Live from the Greenbelt Festival
Clare Balding hosts a special Good Morning Sunday live from the Greenbelt - the Christian music and arts festival - which this year is coming from the grounds of one of Britain's grandest stately homes, Boughton House near Kettering in Northamptonshire. Clare's guests will include best-selling American writer Anne Lamott whose 'online diary' was voted The Best of the Web by Time magazine; and Quaker social and environmental activist, Alastair McIntosh. There's live music from singer-songwriter Beth Rowley, folk duo Winter Mountain and one of Britain's first social enterprise bands, The Claze.
Producer: Janet McLarty.
Reverend Mpho Tutu
Beth Rowley is known for her rich, soulful voice and her love of blues and gospel. Following the success of her UK top 10 album Little Dreamer in 2008, for which she was nominated for a Brit Award, she’s back with new material.