Roger Royle presents favourite hymns from Holburn West Parish
Come We That Love the Lord; From All That Dwell below the Skies; Now Let Us See Thy Beauty Lord; Join All Glorious Names; That Life; Lord Thy Word
Abideth; Jesus Shall Reign Where'er the Sun; Come Dearest Lord. Musical director and organist Robert Howie.
Gaiety and Chilliness - the Bloomsbury Group
In Edwardian London, a group of writers frequently met at 46 Gordon Square, in the neighbourhood called Bloomsbury. They included the novelists E M Forster and Virginia Woolf , the biographer Lytton Strachey , and the economist John
Maynard Keynes. Committed to a freedom of expression and a new view of old ways, these philosophers, artists and writers made waves which lapped English culture for years. Frank Delaney recalls these controversial, sometimes brilliant creatures with the help of their biographers and students. Producer Stella Hanson
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