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says Good Morning Sunday from Marazion in Cornwall.
He is joined by the award-winning Marazion Apollo Male Choir, top Christian singer Sue Rinaldi and Dave Bilborough and the Kingsway Praise Band. Including at 7.40 the Rt Rev Pat Kelly.

Contributors

Singer:
Sue Rinaldi
Singer:
Dave Bilborough
Unknown:
Kingsway Praise Band.
Unknown:
Pat Kelly.

In the fifth of six programmes, Frank Renton presents the British Tuba
Quartet in arrangements of songs from Thomas Morley to Irving Berlin and instrumental music from
Nicolai's Merry Wives of Windsor to the TV theme from Rumpole of the Bailey.

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Renton
Unknown:
Thomas Morley

Roger Royle presents favourite hymns from Queen's Cross Parish
Church, Aberdeen, led by the Rev Bob Brown , with organist Geoffrey Atkinson. Tonight's hymns include
Come let us to the Lord our
God; Christ is alive; Here hangs a man; Come down 0 Jove divine.

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Royle
Unknown:
Bob Brown
Organist:
Geoffrey Atkinson.

In the second of three occasional programmes looking into the lives, hopes and dreams of performers, Angela Rippon explores the world of the actor. Is it the dream of an Oscar and international stardom that drives today's aspiring actors? Or is it simply a love of performing, a compulsion to bring a character to life? And what of the reality? Months spent 'resting', working in bars and cafes, waiting for the big break.
For some, the rewards are great, while others, perhaps, should have heeded Noel Coward 's advice: "...Don't put your daughter on the stage, Mrs Worthington".

Contributors

Presenter:
Angela Rippon
Producer:
Maura Clarke

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