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To mark World Aids Day, there's another chance to hear this collage of poetry, readings and songs with a positive approach.
Among the celebrity voices are Sir Ian McKellen, Simon Callow, Anita Dobson,
David Kernan and Maria Friedman.
The programme also includes the voices of people living with HIV and Aids - Nicola, Betty, Mark, Paul, Emma, Maureen, Stephen and Kirk. The pianist is Jason Carr. Rpt
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Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Ian McKellan
Unknown:
Simon Callow
Unknown:
Anita Dobson
Unknown:
David Kernan
Unknown:
Jason Carr.

Country star Eddie Rabbitt continues his personal choice of all-time favourites and includes some of his own hits, like "I Don't Know Where to Start", "I Can't
Help Myself" and "I'm a Wanderer".
Eddie's country music career took off when he moved to Nashville in 1968. Following success in the country music business, he made the difficult crossover from country to pop with the theme for the Clint
Eastwood film Every Which Way but Loose.

Contributors

Unknown:
Eddie Rabbitt

The Gospel Train enters
East Anglia at the Miracle Church of God, Bedford. Standing in for
Carol Pemberton is presenter
Dulcie Dixon who is joined by British award-winning gospel singer David Daniel. The specially formed community choir join the lively audience singing gospel as it should be heard.

Contributors

Unknown:
Carol Pemberton
Presenter:
Dulcie Dixon
Singer:
David Daniel.

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