Music Played7 items
To God Be The Glory Conducted by Gordon Stewart, and accompanied by Dan Soper
TITLE: To God Be The Glory MUSIC: W. H. Doane (1832-1915) TUNE: To God Be The Glory WORDS: Fanny Crosby (1820-1915) PUBLISHER: SOP Hymnbook # 356 Oxford University Press, BBC Books 1997 ISBN 0 19147325-1 LOCATION: Rochester Cathedral PERFORMERS: Conducted by Gordon Stewart, and accompanied by Dan Soper ORIGINAL TX: 13th April 2008
Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind Congregation of Friends Meeting House
TITLE: Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind MUSIC: C. H. Parry (1848-1918) TUNE: Repton WORDS: J. G. Whittier PUBLISHER: SOP Hymnbook #324 LOCATION: Goat Lane Meeting House, Norwich PERFORMERS: Congregation of Friends Meeting House Paul Leddington Wright brass quintet ORIGINAL TX: 5th June 2005
There is a Balm in Gilead The Adventist Vocal Ensemble
TITLE: There is a Balm in Gilead WORDS: African-American Spiritual MUSIC: Traditional TUNE: There is a Balm in Gilead SOURCE: African-American Spiritual ARRANGER: Ken Burton LOCATION: St John at Hackney PERFORMERS: The Adventist Vocal Ensemble CONDUCTOR: Ken Burton ORIGINAL TX: 20th May 2012
And Can It Be Musicians fixed by Colin Sheen, conducted by Paul Leddington Wright, and accompanied by Da
TITLE: And Can It Be MUSIC: Thomas Campbell (1825-76) TUNE: Sagina WORDS: Charles Wesley (1707-88) PUBLISHER: SOP Hymnbook #283 LOCATION: Wesley’s Chapel, London PERFORMERS: Musicians fixed by Colin Sheen, conducted by Paul Leddington Wright, and accompanied by Daniel Moult ORIGINAL TX: 21st October 2007
O For A Heart To Praise My God Congregation and choir of All Saints' Church, Evesham
TITLE: O For A Heart To Praise My God MUSIC: Isaac Smith (d1805) TUNE: Abridge WORDS: Charles Wesley (1707-88) PUBLISHER: SOP Hymnbook #136 LOCATION: All Saints’ Church, Evesham PERFORMERS: Congregation and choir of All Saints’ Church, Evesham + organist John S Bailey + conductor Paul Leddington Wright ORIGINAL TX: 14th February 2010
Amazing Grace/My Chains Are Gone Noel Richards & Band with KingsGate Community Church congregation
TITLE: Amazing Grace/My Chains Are Gone MUSIC: Michael W Smith PUBLISHER: EMI Christian Music Group LOCATION: KingsGate Centre, Peterborough PERFORMERS: Noel Richards & Band with KingsGate Community Church congregation ORIGINAL TX: 4th October 2009
Praise, My Soul, The King of Heaven Congregation of Leeds Cathedral, Cathedral Choir and Sonar Brass
TITLE: Praise, My Soul, The King of Heaven MUSIC: John Goss (1800-1880) TUNE: Praise My Soul WORDS: H.F. Lyte (1793-1847) based on psalm 103 PUBLISHER: SOP Hymnbook #20 ARRANGER: Geoff Ellerby LOCATION: St Anne’s Cathedral, Leeds PERFORMERS: Congregation of Leeds Cathedral, Cathedral Choir and Sonar Brass who comprise Roger Webster (cornet 1) Brian Taylor (cornet 2) Leslie Howie (tenor horn) Michael Dodd (euphonium) & Shaun Crowther (Eb tuba) conducted by Gordon Stewart and accompanied by organist Michael Wynne ORIGINAL TX: 30th March 2008
Factsheet for Sunday 18th November
For Prisons Sunday, Aled Jones is given access to HMP Wayland in Norfolk to meet staff and prisoners and introduce hymns of penitence and forgiveness from churches around the country.
The Rev. Bob Wilson
Free Churches Faith Advisor to NOMS
Secretary for Prison Chaplaincy
CEO National Offender Management Service, Head of the Prison Service. A former Prison Officer and Governor (and former Governor of HMP Wayland), Michael is also a Methodist Local Preacher.
Vocational Training Manager, HMP Wayland. Wayland is a “training prison” which offers a range of educational and vocational training courses designed to help prisoners’ rehabilitation.
Prisoner, Prison Officers and Prison Chaplaincy Volunteers at HMP Wayland
HMP Wayland. Situated near Thetford in Norfolk, Her Majesty’s Prison Wayland is a “Category C” training prison –i.e. for adult males who are not likely to try to escape, but have not yet proven themselves ready to move to an open prison.
Locations for hymns
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Guidelines for Filming Interviews with Prisoners
There are strict guidelines governing media interviews with prisoners. No filming may take place without permissions and clearances from the Prison Authorities, Ministry of Justice, and Victim Liaison, and no prisoner may be clearly identifiable unless the Ministry of Justice has made all the necessary checks to “clear” them to appear in the programme. The above authorities have the final “say” over who they will clear for interview, based on their knowledge of the type of offence committed; the belief that the offender’s remorse is genuine; and, most importantly, in consultation with Victim Liaison. Victim Liaison had made the victim’s family aware of the TV appearance. No payment or promotional opportunities are offered to prisoners, and interviews were accompanied by Prison Chaplaincy and Ministry of Justice staff at all times.
The Prisons Week Prayer
Lord, you offer freedom to all people.
We pray for those in prison.
Break the bonds of fear and isolation that exist.
Support with your love prisoners and their families and friends,
Prison staff and all who care.
Heal those who have been wounded by the activities
of others, especially the victims of crime.
Help us to forgive one another.
To act justly, love mercy and walk humbly together with Christ in His strength
and in His Spirit, now and every day. Amen.
Sycamore Victim Awareness
Sycamore Tree is a victim awareness programme that teaches the principles of restorative justice. It is taught in prisons in groups of up to 20 learners by Prison Fellowship volunteers. Prisoners on the programme explore the effects of crime on victims, offenders, and the community, and discuss what it would mean to take responsibility for their personal actions.
- Aled Jones
- Rowan Morton Gledhill
- Series Editor
- David Taviner
- Executive Producer
- Tommy Nagra