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Episode 4x5; May 02, 2017
In the 1950s a group of school children from Londonderry toured America coast-to-coast for three months performing concerts. They sang alongside Elvis Presley and played to a sold-out Carnegie Hall. More than 60 years on, they reunite for one last performance.
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