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Songs of Praise

The Rev Kate Bottley’s Favourite Moments

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Rev Kate Bottley shares some of her favourite moments on Songs of Praise.

The Rev Kate Bottley visits Roche Abbey in Yorkshire and shares some of her favourite moments on Songs of Praise, from open water swimming to meeting a man who walked on the moon.

Rev Kate Bottley visits Roche Abbey in South Yorkshire, a place where she loves to walk, as she shares her love of the great outdoors and some of her favourite moments on Songs of Praise.

Kate looks back on her walk along the Cleveland Way, one of Britain’s national trails. She recalls the time she spoke to inspiring Christian, Charlie Duke, who was the tenth and youngest man to walk on the moon but who believes his ‘walking with Jesus’ has been a lot more important.

Kate also talks about one of her greatest passions, open water swimming, and how being in the cold water brings her closer to God. There’s also music from across the UK, including performances from Katherine Jenkins and West End star Marisha Wallace.

Credits

Presenter
Kate Bottley
Executive Producer
Cat Lewis
Executive Producer
Emyr Afan
Series Producer
Matthew Napier
Producer
Charlotte Hindle
Production Company
Avanti Media
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