You'll Never Walk Alone

Sue Johnston explores the history and enduring appeal of You'll Never Walk Alone, the Broadway show tune which became an international anthem and is inextricably woven into the sporting and civic life of her hometown of Liverpool.

The song was written by Rodgers and Hammerstein for their 1945 musical Carousel.

It was recorded by several acts, most notably Gerry and The Pacemakers and then embraced by Liverpool FC fans as an anthem.

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Sue Johnston explores the history and enduring appeal of You'll Never Walk Alone, the Broadway show tune which became an international anthem and is inextricably woven into the sporting and civic life of her hometown of Liverpool.

The song was written by Rodgers and Hammerstein for their 1945 musical Carousel.

It was recorded by several acts, most notably Gerry & The Pacemakers and then embraced by Liverpool FC fans as an anthem.

2008061020090412

Sue Johnston explores the history and enduring appeal of You'll Never Walk Alone, the Broadway show tune which became an international anthem and is inextricably woven into the sporting and civic life of her hometown of Liverpool.

The song was written by Rodgers and Hammerstein for their 1945 musical Carousel.

It was recorded by several acts, most notably Gerry and The Pacemakers and then embraced by Liverpool FC fans as an anthem.Sue Johnston explores the history and enduring appeal of You'll Never Walk Alone, the Broadway show tune which became an international anthem and is inextricably woven into the sporting and civic life of her hometown of Liverpool.

The song was written by Rodgers and Hammerstein for their 1945 musical Carousel. It was recorded by several acts, most notably Gerry & The Pacemakers and then embraced by Liverpool FC fans as an anthem.

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A highly personal introduction to the venue for Radio l's Week Out John Feel makes a nostalgic pilgrimage through the sights and sounds of his Merseyside youth, and talks to

Liverpool luminaries from the land of Lennon and McCartney, Kenny Dalglish and Yosser Hugnes.

Producer TREVOR DANN

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Unknown: John Feel

Unknown: Kenny Dalglish

Unknown: Yosser Hugnes.

Producer: Trevor Dann

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with John Peel