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19/06/2016

David Grant explores what makes a great dad, from the mountaineer raising money to help children like his son, to blogger EuGene and his family sharing top tips on fatherhood.

For Father's Day, David Grant explores what makes a great dad, from the mountaineer raising money to help children like his son, to blogger EuGene and his family sharing top tips on fatherhood.

Music:
God Who Is Everywhere Present from St Aidan's Church, Leeds
Good Good Father from Green Pastures, Ballymena
The Father's Love from Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
The Lord's My Shepherd from Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon
Going Up Yonder from the Hackney Empire, London
Beautiful One from Ruach City Church
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind from St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow.

35 minutes

Last on

Sun 19 Jun 2016 16:10

Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • English Traditional Melody

    God Who Is Everywhere Present

    Choir: Choir and Congregation of St. Aidan's Church, Leeds. Choir: Choir and Congregation of St. Aidan's Church, Leeds. Composer: English Traditional Melody. Conductor: Geoff Ellerby. Conductor: Geoff Ellerby. Featured Artist: Geoff Ellerby. Featured Artist: Geoff Ellerby. Featured Artist: Danny Maddocks. Featured Artist: Danny Maddocks. Featured Artist: Steve Callow. Featured Artist: Steve Callow. Featured Artist: David Benfield. Featured Artist: David Benfield. Featured Artist: Nicky Hunter. Featured Artist: Nicky Hunter. Featured Artist: Steve Lawson. Featured Artist: Steve Lawson. Featured Artist: Steve Lawson. Featured Artist: Alex Woodrow. Featured Artist: Alex Woodrow. Featured Artist: Alex Woodrow. Composer: English Traditional Melody. Composer: English Traditional Melody. Composer: English Traditional Melody. Lyricist: John L Bell. Lyricist: John L Bell. Lyricist: John L Bell. Lyricist: Graham Maule. Lyricist: Graham Maule.

    Tune: Here's To The Maiden

  • Pat Barrett

    Good Good Father

    Choir: Choir and Congregation of Green Pastures, Ballymena. Conductor: David Lawrence. Featured Artist: Nathan Jess. Featured Artist: Tim Napier. Featured Artist: David Hamilton. Featured Artist: Gwyneth Reid. Featured Artist: Peter Comfort. Featured Artist: Craig Skene. Composer: Anthony Brown. Composer: Pat Barrett. Music Arranger: Nathan Jess. Lyricist: Anthony Brown. Lyricist: Pat Barrett.

    Composer: Anthony Brown

  • Simon Lole

    The Father's Love

    Choir: Young Choristers of the Year 2015. Featured Artist: Agatha Pethers. Featured Artist: Agatha Pethers. Featured Artist: Angus Benton. Featured Artist: Angus Benton. Featured Artist: Simon Lole. Music Arranger: Simon Lole. Lyricist: Simon Lole.

    Composer: Simon Lole

  • Jessie S. Irvine

    The Lord's My Shepherd

    Choir: Choir and Congregation of Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon. Composer: David Grant. Conductor: Paul Leddington-Wright. Featured Artist: Andrew Jones. Composer: Jessie S. Irvine. Composer: David Grant.

    Tune: Crimond

  • Going Up Yonder

    Composer: Walter Hawkins

  • Beautiful One

    Composer: Tim Hughes

  • Tim Hughes

    Beautiful One

    Choir: Choir and Congregation of Ruach City Church. Conductor: Nicky Brown. Featured Artist: Nicky Brown. Featured Artist: Mark Crawford. Featured Artist: Jerry Logan. Featured Artist: Clive McKinley. Featured Artist: Michael Osbourne. Featured Artist: Olrick Coker. Featured Artist: Marcia Walder Thomas. Featured Artist: Danielle Mahailet. Music Arranger: Nicky Brown. Lyricist: Tim Hughes.

    Composer: Tim Hughes

  • Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind

    Tune: Repton

  • Hubert Parry

    Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind

    Choir: Choir and Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow. Conductor: John Bell. Featured Artist: Steven Rance. Composer: Hubert Parry. Lyricist: John Greenleaf Whittier.

    Tune: Repton

Stories

Men and Marriage

EuGene Jordan runs a blog called 'Men and Marriage' which features videos and messages to support fathers all around the world. In this episode he shares his experiences of fatherhood and takes David Grant to meet his family, including 7 siblings plus mum and dad and all the grandchildren as they enjoy the weekly Jordan Sunday lunch.

Mountain Dad

Kevin Coghlan's son Jackson was born with a rare eye condition which means he's almost totally blind. Kevin is raising money for 'Fight For Sight', a charity funding research into a cure for the condition, by climbing Kilimanjaro.

Agatha Christie

Richard Taylor is on the trail of a personal secret of one of our best loved crime writers, Agatha Christie. He meets up with Christie's grandson Matthew Prichard.

 

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter David Grant
Producer Charlotte Hindle
Series Producer Matthew Napier

Broadcasts

  • Sun 19 Jun 2016 15:40
  • Sun 19 Jun 2016 16:10

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