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Songs of Praise


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This week the harvest celebrations of Cullompton,a small town in agricultural east Devon. Martin Bashir shares the varied experiences of harvest time with a farmer, a vet, a conservationist and a policeman, and he even tries his hand at baking the harvest loaves. The hymns are sung in the beautiful 15th-century church of St Andrew.
Hymns: Come, Ye Thankful People, Come (St George); We Plough the Fields, and Scatter (Wir Pflugen); There Is a Redeemer; Bringing in the Sheaves; 0 Praise Ye the Lord! (Laudate Dominum); Purify My Heart; Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart/He Is Exalted; Now Thank We All Our God (Nun Danket).
Viewers of Songs of Praise are invited to take part in next week's programme, which will mark the series's 30th birthday. There will be outside broadcasts in London. Cardiff, Glasgow and Northern Ireland. For details, write to Songs of Praise 30th Birthday, [address removed], or telephone [number removed].


Presenter: Martin Bashir
Producer: David Kremer
Editor: Roger Hutchings

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