Pam Rhodes introduces hymns from Bradford Cathedral, singer Beth Nielsen Chapman and Tom Courtenay, who reads from the biblical account of the last week of Jesus' earthly life.
Factsheet for Sunday 13th April 2014
Pam Rhodes introduces hymns from Bradford Cathedral, with special guest singer Beth Nielsen Chapman. Tom Courtenay reads from the Biblical account of the last week of Jesus' earthly life.
Daryll Hackett is a street performer using circus skills to bring the story of Holy Week to a new audience.
Sister Catherine Holum, CFR
Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal, Local Servant, St. Clare Convent, Leeds
Sister Catherine tells Pam about her journey from Olympic Speed Skater to religious sister and reflects on the nature of service.
Ben and Kongosi Mussanzi
Ben and Kongosi Mussanzi tell their remarkable story of how their struggle for peace put their lives in danger. They were forced to flee their native Congo but were tested along the way with death threats and life altering decisions.
Tom Courtney, who filmed Billy Liar in Bradford in 1963 and last year received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 19th Bradford International Film Festival, reads the biblical account of the last week of Jesus’ earthly life.
Photograph of Kirstin Holum competing – Cy White, PHOTO ACTION USA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
|Executive Producer||David Taviner|