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UCL academic and Olympic choir aim for Christmas number one
21 December 2012
Professor Valerie Hazan (UCL Speech Hearing and Phonetic Sciences) sings with the Games Maker choir, made up of more than 300 volunteers from this summer’s Olympic and Paralympic Games. Their single, ‘I Wish For You The World’, is written by Alistair Griffin, who has written a number of sports-related tracks. Read more and watch the video on UCL News.