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Newcastle upon Tyne

Claire McCollum is in Newcastle upon Tyne to see Christian artefacts discovered at Hadrian's Wall. JB Gill meets Gospel Choir of the Year judge Karen Gibson.

Claire McCollum is in Newcastle upon Tyne to see Christian artefacts discovered nearby at Hadrian's Wall, and the programme sees how the city that loves football is helping children with disabilities. JB Gill catches up with Gospel Choir of the Year judge Karen Gibson to find out what it was like to sing at the recent royal wedding, and there are hymns from the Church of St Thomas the Martyr in the heart of the city, led by Philippa Hanna.

Before the Throne of God Above - The Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Newcastle
For the Beauty of the Earth - Kendal Parish Church
Stand by Me - The Drifters
Sing Unto the Lord - St Elisabeth's Church, Reddish
Agnus Dei - Shaun Escoffery
What a Beautiful Name - The Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Newcastle
How Great Thou Art - The Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Newcastle.

35 minutes

Last on

Sun 2 Sep 2018 15:15

Stories

Hadrian’s Wall
Claire meets Frances McIntosh to hear about the artefacts found around Hadrian’s Wall which have Christian connections.

Royal Wedding Choir
JB Gill meets Karen Gibson who reveals what it was like to sing at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Michael W Smith
American singer songwriter explains how his strong Christian faith influences his song writing and about his special relationship with Billy Graham.

Newcastle United Foundation
Claire hears about the work Newcastle United are doing to use football to help children in the area.

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Claire McCollum
Presenter JB Gill
Executive Producer Emyr Afan
Executive Producer Cat Lewis
Producer Judith Sharp
Series Producer Matthew Napier
Production Company Avanti Media

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