Says Says Good Morning Sunday. Guests include Buddhist Emily
Maguire. And Christian Forshaw and the Rev Julie Nicholson present a new work dedicated to the victims of the 7 July bombings, which took the life of Julie's 24-year-old daughter Jenny.
Series showcasing the music of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End. Actress and singer Lorna Luft (Judy Garland 's daughter) identifies her five favourite musicals. Choices include Oliver! (1960), Gypsy (1959) and The Roar of the Greasepaint - the Smell of the Crowd (1964).
Brian D'Arcy looks ahead to All
Saints' Day and celebrates the life and ministry of those called to serve God in their lives. Featuring the choir and congregation of St Mary's, Bowdon in Cheshire, directed by Sasha Johnson Manning. With organist Robin Coulthard.
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