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Liverpool The World in One City

Gavin Peacock visits Liverpool to discover more about the city's cosmopolitan history and discovers how people from different faiths and communities are learning from each other.

Sense of Sound perform Stevie Wonder's Pastime Paradise and Charlie Landsborough sings My Forever Friend. Popular hymns sung in the city's Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King include God Is Love, Hail Redeemer and The Day Thou Gavest.

Name: God Is Love, His The Care
Music: Melody from Piae Cantiones 1582
Words: Percy Dearmer 1867-1936
Tune: Theodric
Arranger: Gustav Holst 1874-1934
From: Songs of Praise no. 140
Publishers: Oxford University Press 1997

Name: Hail Redeemer, King Divine!
Music: Charles Rigby 1901-62
Words: Patrick Brennan 1877-1952
Tune: King Divine

Name: Pastime Paradise
Music and words: Stevie Wonder
Performers: Sense of Sound

Name: I Need Thee Every Hour
Music: Robert Lowry 1826-99
Words: Annie S. Hawks 1835-1918
Tune: I Need Thee
From: Songs of Praise no. 270

Name: My Forever Friend. Track 10
Music and words: Charlie Landsborough
Arranger: Terry Bradford/Peter Ware
From: The Very Best of Charlie Landsborough
Performer: Charlie Landsborough
Wilma Publishing/Valentine Music Group Ltd.
ROS CD2008

Name: The Day Thou Gavest
Music: C C Scholfield 1839-1904
Words: John Ellerton 1826-93
Tune: St Clement
Arranger: Paul Leddington Wright
From: Songs of Praise no. 394.

35 minutes

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Sun 14 Sep 2008 16:35


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PresenterGavin Peacock
ProducerDavid Taviner

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