Thirty years after the Zeebrugge ferry disaster, Aled Jones is in Dover to hear from survivors and from people who lost loved ones.
Thirty years after the Zeebrugge ferry disaster, which resulted in the loss of 193 passengers and crew, Aled Jones is in Dover to hear first-hand accounts from survivors and precious memories from people who lost loved ones.
I Will Sing the Wondrous Story by Keith and Kristyn Getty and the congregation of Orangefield Presbyterian Church, Belfast
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind from St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross by Faryl and the International Harp Ensemble
Sing of the Lord's Goodness from Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Sutton Coldfield
Eternal Father, Strong to Save from Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff
The Peace by Graham Kendrick and the congregation of All Saints Church, Sheffield
All My Hope on God Is Founded from St James the Greater, Leicester.
Aled Jones meets survivors and families who lost someone on board the Herald of Free Enterprise and discusses how, 30 years on, the painful memories of that day are still very real.
Kate Bottley visits Eyam in Derbyshire to find out how the One Friday Challenge is inspiring people all over the country to find new, imaginative ways to depict the Stations of the Cross. Kate meets water colourist Jenny Hawke, whose abstract work is being showcased all around the village from the park to the bus stop, and finds out about the vision behind her striking images. Kate then meets some eager young artists in Eyam Primary School to see first hand how Jenny's work is inspiring them to paint their own interpretations of Christ's crucifixion and resurrection.
Millicent Stephenson runs music workshops for female church musicians. After building her own professional music career she realised there were very few women in church bands. She offers these workshops and jam sessions to train up and build confidence in other women so they can play in church.
Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster - 30th Anniversary - Part Two
Aled Jones accompanies Gillian Lashbrooke to St Mary's Church to see the memorial window and plaque to the victims for the very first time.
|Executive Producer||Dave Stanford|
|Series Producer||Matthew Napier|