Health care workers joined residents across the UK for a mass radio singalong on April 9 that was dedicated to the “thousands of nurses working tirelessly around the country,” according to the BBC.
The singalong, organized by the BBC, was started on April 2 as a way to bring the nation together during the lockdown prompted by the coronavirus. The BBC announced the 30-minute radio event would return in weekly installations, with each week dedicated to a different group.
These videos show health care workers jamming to Wonderwall by Oasis, along with clips of families dancing and singing to Flowers by Sweet Female Attitude and Lean On Me by Bill Withers.
“Just back from the hospital after completing forms for my return to the hospital as a children’s nurse to help during this crisis. This has made me feel proud to be a nurse,” a Leicestershire-based nurse said of the singalong.
More videos from the singalong can be seen below. Credit: 1. @nursecadman | 2. @lloveelephants | 3. @lifewithlittlee | 4. Wendy_VF via Storyful