Junior Songs of Praise

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Duration: 35 minutes

In this special junior edition, David Grant is joined by CBBC favourite Hacker T Dog, Newsround's Hayley Hassall and The Voice UK winner Jermain Jackman.

The Gospel Choir of the Year lead family-friendly sing-along songs from Gateshead Quays.

Music Played

7 items
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
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    Jermain Jackman O HAPPY DAY

    Choir: The Birmingham Town Hall Gospel Choir. Choir: Gateshead Quay Audience. Supporting Artist: Craig McLeish. Supporting Artist: Nicky Brown. Supporting Artist: Simon Nelson. Supporting Artist: Phil Crabbe . Supporting Artist: Carl Stanbridge. Singer: Chloe Pamplin. Singer: Jonathan Pamplin. Singer: Zara Elliott. Conductor: David Lawrence. Lyricist: Traditional. Music Arranger: E Hawkins. Music Arranger: Craig McLeish.

    Tune: Traditional

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    Gateshead Quay Audience THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE

    Choir: The Birmingham Town Hall Gospel Choir. Supporting Artist: Craig McLeish. Supporting Artist: Nicky Brown. Supporting Artist: Simon Nelson. Supporting Artist: Phil Crabbe . Supporting Artist: Carl Stanbridge. Singer: Chloe Pamplin. Singer: Jonathan Pamplin. Singer: Zara Elliott. Conductor: David Lawrence. Music Arranger: Craig McLeish. Lyricist: H D Loes.

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    Birmingham Town Hall Gospel Choir JESUS PAID IT ALL

    Conductor: Colin Anderson.

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    Bill Withers LEAN ON ME

    Choir: Gateshead Quay Audience. Choir: The Birmingham Town Hall Gospel Choir. Supporting Artist: Craig McLeish. Supporting Artist: Nicky Brown. Supporting Artist: Simon Nelson. Supporting Artist: Phil Crabbe . Supporting Artist: Carl Stanbridge. Singer: Chloe Pamplin. Singer: Jonathan Pamplin. Singer: Zara Elliott. Conductor: David Lawrence. Music Arranger: Craig McLeish. Lyricist: Bill Withers.

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    Gateshead Quays Audience SING HOSANNA

    Choir: The Birmingham Town Hall Gospel Choir. Supporting Artist: Craig McLeish. Supporting Artist: Nicky Brown. Supporting Artist: Simon Nelson. Supporting Artist: Phil Crabbe . Supporting Artist: Carl Stanbridge. Singer: Chloe Pamplin. Singer: Jonathan Pamplin. Singer: Zara Elliott. Conductor: David Lawrence. Music Arranger: Craig McLeish. Lyricist: Traditional.

    Tune: Traditional

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    Jermain Jackman AMAZING GRACE

    Supporting Artist: Craig McLeish. Supporting Artist: Nicky Brown. Supporting Artist: Simon Nelson. Supporting Artist: Phil Crabbe . Supporting Artist: Carl Stanbridge. Singer: Chloe Pamplin. Singer: Jonathan Pamplin. Singer: Zara Elliott. Conductor: David Lawrence. Music Arranger: Nicky Brown. Lyricist: Traditional.

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    Gateshead Quays Audience O WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN

    Choir: The Birmingham Town Hall Gospel Choir. Supporting Artist: Craig McLeish. Supporting Artist: Nicky Brown. Supporting Artist: Simon Nelson. Supporting Artist: Phil Crabbe . Supporting Artist: Carl Stanbridge. Singer: Chloe Pamplin. Singer: Jonathan Pamplin. Singer: Zara Elliott. Conductor: David Lawrence. Music Arranger: Craig McLeish. Lyricist: Traditional.

    Tune: Traditional

  • Factsheet for Sunday 31st August 2014

    In this special junior edition David Grant is joined by CBBC favourite Hacker T Dog, Newsround's Hayley Hassall and The Voice UK winner Jermain Jackman. The Gospel Choir of the Year lead family friendly singalong songs from Gateshead Quays.

  • Interviewees and Contributors

    Jermain Jackman

    Jermain Jackman won BBC One’s The Voice UK 2014. Speaking to David Grant he said he gave thanks to God for the success in his life, and urged young people that “no dream, no ambition is too high”.

     

    Hayley Hassall

    Hayley Hassall is a presenter and reporter for CBBC’s Newsround. She joins David Grant at the front of the stage to gauge reaction from the family crowd, and meets Hacker T Dog.

     

    Father Dermott Donnelly

    Father Dermott Donnelly is Dean of St Mary’s Cathedral, Newcastle. He was interviewed by CBBC’s Hacker T Dog. Hacker asked Father Dermott questions about church which CBBC viewers had sent in, plus a few of his own.

     

    Jono and Chloe Pamplin

    Jono and Chloe Pamplin, backing vocalists in this week’s band, are two siblings from a large family of musicians and have been making music together since they were toddlers. They explained the difference between a lead singer and backing vocalist and described how their Christian faith inspires them to lead worship in their church in Watford.

  • Locations

    Jono and Chloe Pamplin's item was filmed in Watford. Footage of the service at Explore Church was filmed by location cameraman Kris Calver. 

     

    Father Dermott Donnelly and Hacker T Dog's item was filmed at St Mary's Cathedral, Newcastle.

     

    The music items from this week were filmed at Gateshead Quays.

Credits

Presenter
David Grant
Presenter
Hayley Hassall
Performer
Jermain Jackman
Producer
Yvonne Stevenson
Series Producer
Matthew Napier
Executive Producer
David Taviner

Broadcasts

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