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Songs of Praise


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from St Ives, Cornwall
Tonight many Christians from the area join with holidaymakers to make the whole harbour ring with praise. Geoffrey Wheeler joins them and among the people he meets is Eric Kemp-a Trinity House Pilot-who tells of a per. sistent legend in the area about a boat that arrived from the south 2,000 years ago. The boat had on board a young ship's carpenter....
Come let us all unite to sing (God is Love); All hail the power (Diadem); Will your anchor hold? 0 Master let me walk with thee (Anne); Hosanna. Lord! Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita); Brightly beams our Father's mercy (Let the lower lights); The day thou gavest (St Clement) Conductor ERIC TOLL
Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN Series producer jm MURRAY
* Subtitle' on Ceefax page 170


Unknown: Geoffrey Wheeler
Producer: Christopher Mann

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