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30 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 19 August 2012

Diane Louise Jordan explores the lives of William and Catherine Booth, founders of the Salvation Army. Music includes How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds, When I Needed a Neighbour, and How Great Thou Art. With the Birmingham Salvation Army Citadel songsters and band. Bandmaster: Gavin Lamplough. Songster leader: Lesley Nicholson.


    How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
    St Peter
    Sheffield Cathedral Choir

    O Boundless Salvation
    William Booth
    Birmingham Salvation Army Citadel Songsters and Band

    The Christian Mission
    Anonymous arranged by Ray Steadman-Allen
    Birmingham Salvation Army Citadel Songsters and musicians

    When I needed a neighbour
    Sidney Carter
    Leicester Philharmonic Choir

    Send the Fire
    Lex Loizides
    Birmingham Salvation Army Citadel Songsters and Band

    Nothing but thy blood
    Donna Peterson
    Birmingham Salvation Army Citadel Songsters and Band

    O Lord my God
    How Great Thou Art
    Singers and musicians at the 2005 International Church Music Festival in Bern, Switzerland


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