Says Good Morning Sunday. He is joined by Brian Bates , considered the world's foremost authority on the psychology of shamanism, which recognises magic, spirituality, paganism and the concept of good v evil. And Aled Jones reports on the world of ballroom dancing.
Airing the melodies of Broadway, Hollywood and British musicals. Each week Paige spotlights a key work, looking today at The Wizard of Oz, including both the 1939 film classic and the 1975 Broadway musical The Wiz.
Continuing a special series for Advent, Roger Royle reflects on the promise made to the Virgin Mary , with hymns and Advent carols sung by congregations and choirs from across the UK. Featuring the Orlando Singers, with director of music
David Everett and organist Geoffrey Morgan.
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