The main location for this week's episode is the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool.Visit the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral website
Tel: 0151 709 9222
The Blessing was given by Canon Anthony O'Brien, Dean.
Conductor: David Lawrence
Organist: Richard Lea
Music advisor: Robert Prizeman
Ray Costello, Historian of Britain's black community
Simon Wong, owner of a Chinese supermarket in Liverpool
Arnold Lewis and Michael Swerdlow, Jewish community members
Rosaria Crolla, owner of Italian Club Cafe, Liverpool
Tommy Walsh, member of committee of St. Michael's Irish Centre, Liverpool
Claire Dove MBE, chief executive, Blackburne House
Pastor Jonathan Wan, Minister at Liverpool Chinese Gospel Church
Matthew Thompson, director of Liverpool Community Spirit
Other information: Chicken Soup and Scouse
In this week's episode we speak to Arnold Lewis and Michael Swerdlow who have made a film documentary, Chicken Soup and Scouse, portraying Liverpool's Jewish Community from the 1700s to the present day. It charts how and why Jews came to Liverpool and how they became one of the most successful and influential Jewish communities in the United Kingdom.Visit the Chicken Soup and Scouse website
Claire Dove MBE talks about Blackburne House and Sense of Sound perform Stevie Wonder's classic, Pastime Paradise.
The combined choirs and congregation of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, accompanied by Cathedral organist, Richard Lea. Brass quintet comprising: Gareth Small (Trumpet 1), Michael Woodhead (Trumpet 2), Andrew Littlemore (Horn), Philip Goodwin (Trombone), Brian Kingsley (Tuba), and Mark Concar (Timpani) and conducted by David Lawrence.
- David Nessim Lawrence
- Richard Lea
- Music Advisor
- Robert Prizeman
- Gavin Peacock
- David Taviner