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Remembrance

Sally Magnusson presents from RAF Brize Norton. Plus stories from a veteran of the Arctic Convoys and a mother whose son died in the line of duty.

Sally Magnusson presents from RAF Brize Norton.

Plus stories from a veteran of the Arctic Convoys and a mother whose son died in the line of duty.

Music:
I Vow to Thee, My Country from the Royal Garrison Church of All Saints, Aldershot
O God, Our Help in Ages Past from the Salvation Army, Sale
Be Still, My Soul from All Saints Church, Cheltenham
Amazing Grace by Katherine Jenkins
Eternal Father, Strong To Save from St Albans, Bristol
The Lord's Prayer by Russell Watson
Abide with Me from St Aidan's Church, Leeds.

35 minutes

Last on

Sun 13 Nov 2016 17:15

Music Played

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

  • Gustav Holst

    I Vow To Thee, My Country

    Choir: The Choir and Congregation of The Royal Garrison Church of All Saints, Aldershot. Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright. Featured Artist: The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals. Composer: Gustav Holst. Lyricist: Cecil Spring-Rice.

    Tune: Thaxted

  • Isaac Watts

    O God Our Help In Ages Past

    Choir: The Choir and Congregation of The Salvation Army, Sale. Conductor: Simon Lole. Featured Artist: The Salvation Army Band. Composer: Isaac Watts. Lyricist: William Croft.

    Tune: St. Anne

  • Jean Sibelius

    Be Still, My Soul

    Choir: The Choir and Congregation of All Saint Church, Cheltenham. Conductor: David Ogden. Featured Artist: Cameron Luke. Music Arranger: David Ogden. Lyricist: Jean Sibelius.

    Composer: Jean Sibelius

  • Katherine Jenkins

    Amazing Grace

    Lyricist: John Newton.
  • J B Dykes

    Eternal Father, Strong To Save

    Choir: The Choir and Congregation of St. Alban's, Bristol. Conductor: David Ogden. Featured Artist: Ross Brown. Featured Artist: Simon Jones. Composer: J B Dykes. Music Arranger: Geoff Ellerby. Lyricist: William Whiting.

    Tune: Melita

  • Albert Hay Malotte

    The Lord's Prayer

    Choir: Russell Watson. Featured Artist: Edward Rugman. Featured Artist: Simon Chalk. Featured Artist: Charley Beresford. Featured Artist: Mathias Svensson. Featured Artist: Katrina McWilliams. Featured Artist: Mark Chivers. Featured Artist: Ruth Woolley. Featured Artist: Mike Nowland. Featured Artist: Clare Spencer-Smith. Featured Artist: Erin Chalk. Featured Artist: Andrea Chalk. Featured Artist: Amy Passey. Featured Artist: Natalie Blake. Featured Artist: Chris Passey. Featured Artist: Nigel Passey. Featured Artist: Richard Skilbeck. Featured Artist: Ben MacSkimming. Lyricist: Matthew 6: 9-13.

    Composer: Albert Hay Malotte

  • W H Monk

    Abide With Me

    Choir: The Choir and Congregation of St. Aidan's Church, Leeds. Conductor: Geoff Ellerby. Featured Artist: Alex Woodrow. Featured Artist: Richard Poole. Featured Artist: Mark Wilkinson. Featured Artist: Paul McDonald. Featured Artist: John Barber. Featured Artist: Steve Ridler. Featured Artist: Neil Raisbeck. Featured Artist: Mark Bousie. Featured Artist: Mel Whyle. Featured Artist: Mike Warriner. Featured Artist: Stewart Baglin. Composer: W H Monk. Music Arranger: Geoff Ellerby. Lyricist: H F Lyte.

    Tune: Eventide

Stories

Remembrance - RAF Brize Norton

Sally Magnusson visits RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire, the largest military airbase in the UK, where the fallen are brought home. She meets some of those who are involved in the ceremony of repatriation.

Remembrance - A Mother's Loss

Josie d'Arby meets Jaquie Holloway who talks about the tragic loss of her son, Captain Richard Holloway, who died in the line of duty in Afghanistan. 

Remembrance - Arctic Convoys

We hear from 97-year-old Royal Navy Veteran, Douglas Sayles, who was a sailor during the Arctic Convoys to Russia. Surviving extreme cold, packed ice and sustained attacks from U-boats and aircraft, Douglas recalls how he saw thousands of his comrades killed.

Remembrance - Derek Derenalagi

We hear from former British soldier, Derek Derenalagi, who explains how his faith helped him overcome devastating injuries in Afghanistan and how - supported by his wife Ana - he went on to compete in the Paralympics and Prince Harry's Invictus Games.

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Sally Magnusson
Presenter Josie D'Arby
Series Producer Matthew Napier
Executive Producer Dave Stanford
Performer Russell Watson
Performer Katherine Jenkins

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