It’ll be less Silent Night and more Sunday morning magic as Peterborough Cathedral choir sings carols live on local radio.
Carols definitely make Christmas and few sing them better than the choristers at Peterborough Cathedral who’ll be broadcast live at the end of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s Sunday programme on Sunday December 20.
Tune into the popular BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Sunday morning programme, presented by Louise Hulland, from 6am until 10am and the show will close with a 30-40 minute Carol Service live from the Cathedral, during which the Choir will sing some favourite Christmas carols.
Alongside the carols will be prayers and readings to tell the Christmas story. The readings have been pre-recorded by regular listeners to the programme so that they can be an integral part of it, even though they are at home.
The Cathedral will be closed to the public whilst the live broadcast is taking place but anyone can listen to it on air on their radio or via the BBC Sounds website via www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_cambridge