Promising young solo instrumentalists on the threshold of their careers compete once again for the Radio 2 Young Musician prize. This afternoon's programme features Susan Frank (flute) from the Northern College of Music and Darragh Morgan (violin) from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Producer Ruth Cubbin
Roger Royle presents hymns for Palm Sunday from the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St Anne, Leeds. Tonight's hymns include Ride On! Ride On in Majesty!; Ah, Holy
Jesus; Christ Triumphant; Ex Ore Innocentium; Meekness and Majesty. Musical director Stuart Thompson. Organist Julie Crosby.
Don Maclean travels to
Nashville to discover the links between country music and God. He visits the Grand Ole Opry , one of the most famous musical institutions in American history, and meets the stars of country who acknowledge the influence of religion on their careers.
Nick Barraclough takes a look at the importance the Christian faith plays in Music City, Nashville. With
Garth Brooks , Ricky Scaggs , Greta Gamer and lots of musicians never before heard in this country.
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