with the second of two programmes devoted to the Country Music
Association Awards in Nashville. There's a chance to hear some of the best country songs from the last 12 months and backstage Wally talks to some of the award-winners.
In the second of her new series, Gloria Gaynor welcomes you aboard the gospel train for the best in British and American gospel.
Tonight's programme features the Church of God of Prophecy, London District Choir, vintage recordings from the early 1930s including If It Had Not Been for Jesus by the amazing Blind Willie
Johnson, and / Dreamed of Judgement Morning by the Dunham Jubilee Singers. The featured American singer is Shirley Caesar who sings Healed and It's Been Worth Having the Lord in My Life.
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