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Diane Louise Jordan celebrates the Church's birthday with a special programme of praise.
Aled Jones gets to look around the new Olympic Stadium in London.
The Songs of Praise team in Oxford illustrate why hymns continue to inspire.
Aled Jones visits a popular London waxworks and introduces more great hymns.
Aled Jones takes a trip on the River Thames for an alternative view of London.
Irish singer Dana talks to Sally Magnusson about her remarkable life.
Pam Rhodes takes a summer break in Salisbury and attends a flower festival.
Sally Magnusson makes her first visit to the historic Kingdom of Fife in Scotland.
Prince William's former university tutor talks to Sally Magnusson in St Andrews.
Sally Magnusson discovers signs of hope on her final journey around the Kingdom of Fife.
Jones introduces hymns and stories inspired by a subject everyone talks about.
Aled Jones visits Pershore in Worcestershire. With hymns from the town's ancient Abbey.
Sally Magnusson meets young people whose faith is inspiring them to strive for peace.
Pam Rhodes celebrates 50 years of Songs of Praise, with Sir Cliff Richard.
Aled Jones presents an anniversary spectacular from London's Alexandra Palace.
David Grant discovers a city full of surprises and introduces contemporary hymns.
Aled Jones introduces traditional hymns inspired by The Bible.
Tenor Alfie Boe talks to Aled Jones about his journey from a car factory to Broadway.
There is an exclusive performance from country music legend Glen Campbell.
Aled meets the veteran who has waited a lifetime for a memorial to his fallen comrades.
Eamonn Holmes hears from people whose faith has been tested.
Diane-Louise Jordan unravels the mystery of how the birth of Jesus was predicted.
Sally Magnusson explores the significance of Jesus' birth, with seasonal hymns.
Aled Jones explores the life and faith of Charles Dickens, with Victorian-style carolling.
Featuring candlelit carols and Christmas readings, and festive music from Joe McElderry.
Aled Jones introduces a festive Songs of Praise celebration from the Royal Albert Hall.
Aled Jones introduces a Songs of Praise celebration from London's Royal Albert Hall.
Dan Walker looks ahead to the major events of 2012, which include the Olympic Games.
There are surprises in store for Aled Jones on a mystery tour in West Yorkshire.
Pam Rhodes discovers how the Essex town of Colchester is facing a high-tech future.
Aled Jones introduces a feast of traditional hymns by some of today's hymn writers.
Rick Wakeman performs some of his favourite hymns, including Morning Has Broken.
David Grant presents highlights from 10 years of The School Choir of the Year competition.
Sally Magnusson meets people who have been seduced by life's temptations.
Aled Jones goes to the zoo to discover why the animal kingdom fascinates us.
Aled Jones explores the popularity of male voice choirs in Wales, past and present.
Eamonn Holmes reflects on the legacy of the Titanic and the many lives lost 100 years ago.
Aled Jones meets mothers including the foster mum who has cared for 93 children.
American gospel music legend Mavis Staples leads a London congregation.
The story of Jesus's last week is told with Bible readings by Julian Rhind-Tutt.
Aled Jones celebrates Easter Sunday from St Mary's Church in Portsmouth.
Six of the best junior school choirs perform a hymn of their choice to impress the judges.
The six best senior school choirs in the land compete for the top prize.
Russell Watson, Suzi Digby and David Grant choose the very best school choirs.
Diane-Louise Jordan introduces hymns from Shakespeare's parish church.
The Adventist Vocal Ensemble sing classic African-American spirituals.
David Grant introduces a toe-tapping gospel music special from St John at Hackney.
Aled Jones introduces hymns from the beautiful Old Royal Naval College Chapel.
Pam Rhodes celebrates fifty years of the architectural icon that is Coventry Cathedral.
Aled Jones introduces hymns for Father's Day, and explores what fatherhood means.
Aled Jones discovers the remarkable story of leading church architect Augustus Pugin.
Sally Magnusson introduces hymns and songs from Dunblane's 13th-century cathedral.
Aled Jones meets staff and passengers at London's bustling railway interchange.
Dan Walker introduces hymns from the Old Royal Naval College Chapel in Greenwich.
Rower Debbie Flood talks about winning at the Olympics. With Aled Jones.
Aled Jones explores how people cope with loneliness.
Aled Jones meets people who have chosen to help others.
Aled Jones learns the value of silence and meets a modern-day hermit.
Diane Louise Jordan meets the novice sailors on a tall-ship fit for a queen.
Eamonn Holmes meets people who have a passion for faith and sport.
Aled Jones introduces hymns from the Old Royal Naval College Chapel in Greenwich.
Pam Rhodes meets the granddaughter of Call the Midwife author Jennifer Worth.
Aled Jones meets some famous faces who, like him, were once choristers.
Greater Manchester's police chief constable, Sir Peter Fahy, speaks about his faith.
Stuart Townend leads the singing at Brighton's Church of Christ the King.
International tenor Russell Watson meets people in his home city of Salford.
David Grant explores the six towns that make up the city of Stoke-on-Trent.
Alfie Boe and Jaz Ellington perform with choirs and singers at the Royal Albert Hall.
Diane Louise Jordan discovers how the church is looking to future-proof itself.
Ann Widdecombe meets others who live a single life, including Roy Castle's widow.
Eamonn Holmes is in Enniskillen, where an IRA bomb exploded at the cenotaph in 1987.
Aled Jones is given access to HMP Wayland in Norfolk to meet staff and prisoners.
Songs and hymns from the National Youth Choirs of Scotland gathered in Dunblane Cathedral.
Poetry and music for Advent, with guests Sheila Hancock and Sir Derek Jacobi.
Celebrating the second Sunday in Advent at the Holy Cross church in Greenford, Middlesex.
Bill Turnbull joins in the Christmas preparations at St Davids in Pembrokeshire.
David Grant introduces carols by candlelight and Christmas readings.
Special episode celebrating 2012, with a choir of 5,000 singers at the Royal Albert Hall.
Hymns and songs from Liverpool's Hope Street and the Radio 2 Young Choristers of the Year.
David Grant explores the past, present and future of the Church in Stoke-on-Trent.
In Dunblane Cathedral, Sally Magnusson introduces hymns and songs by Scottish writers.
Russell Watson explores how Salford has changed since artist LS Lowry painted the town.
Pam Rhodes meets people who believe they have encountered angels.
Aled Jones discovers why Henry Olonga sacrificed his cricketing career.
David Grant explores how music transforms lives, with hymns from Portsmouth.
Aled Jones visits St Davids to discover how the city is celebrating Wales's patron saint.
To celebrate 25 years of Comic Relief, Tim Vine launches a hymn-singing challenge.
Aled Jones is in Liverpool as the best six senior school choirs in the land compete.
Bill Turnbull is in the city of Wakefield, where he visits the Hepworth Wakefield gallery.
How Bear Grylls, Danniella Westbrook and Lord Taylor of Warwick deal with fame and faith.
Connie Fisher introduces hymns and songs from John Owen-Jones at St Davids Cathedral.
David Grant is in Brighton for Pentecost Sunday, the birthday of the church.
Eamonn Holmes meets people whose faith plays an important role in their professional life.
The significant role of Westminster Abbey during HM the Queen's 60-year reign.
Pam Rhodes introduces hymns that reflect every human experience and emotion.
Pam Rhodes selects favourite hymns that mark the milestones in life.
Pam Rhodes talks to children about the Christian calendar and chooses hymns for the year.
How the story of Christianity is portrayed through the ancient Chester Mystery Plays.
Diane Louise Jordan joins the St Albans festival procession.
Bill Turnbull takes the ancient pilgrims' path to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.
Musical celebration of hymns and songs by Irish composers from Belfast.
Eamonn Holmes is in Londonderry for the world's largest gathering of Irish culture.
Aled Jones visits Whitby and the North York Moors in search of some unusual harvests.
In a special programme, Aled Jones interviews singer Tony Christie.
David Grant introduces six gospel choirs from around Britain who must impress the judges.
The judges select the best gospel choir from six remarkable finalists.
Sally Magnusson visits the Scottish town of Paisley, home to a world-renowned sculptor.
The results of a nationwide vote are sung by 5,000 people in the Royal Albert Hall.
Connie Fisher explores the Welsh landscape, and introduces hymns from Llandaff Cathedral.
David Grant encounters people inspired by the Yorkshire landscape along The Wakefield Way.
Pam Rhodes discovers how authors such as CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien inspire generations.
David Grant joins in the festive preparations on the Isle of Man.
Singer Paul Jones talks about how he went from militant atheist to devout Christian.
Sally Magnusson meets young people in Wigan on a mission to get the town singing.
Britain's most popular Christmas carols are revealed, following a nationwide vote.
Bill Turnbull meets people who have been publicly honoured for their actions.
David Grant discovers what can be learned from the wise men in the Christmas story.
Bill Turnbull meets people inspired by the tiny tidal island of Lindisfarne.
Diane Louise Jordan meets people who head to work while most of the country sleeps.
Bill Turnbull discovers churches once on the verge of closure that have been transformed.
Aled Jones visits London's Chinatown and introduces hymns from St Martin-in-the-Fields.
David Grant turns back the clock to the heyday of Sunday school classes.
Pam Rhodes finds out how Liz Taylor's former body double is spending her retirement.
Huw Edwards looks forward to St David's Day with the people of Llandaff.
Pam Rhodes discovers why Lent is significant, and introduces hymns from Bradford.
Dan Walker visits a church transformed into a winter-themed sporting arena.
Eamonn Holmes is in Londonderry to meet people inspired by Ireland's patron saint.
Bill Turnbull celebrates the rich cultural heritage of the Isle of Man.
Candi Staton talks to Aled Jones about her faith and long career.
Sally Magnusson talks to the head of the Catholic church in England and Wales.
Introducing hymns from Bradford Cathedral, singer Beth Nielsen Chapman and Tom Courtenay.
Bill Turnbull eats a traditional Polish Easter meal and learns about a Moravian custom.
The top junior and senior school choirs from around the UK compete for the 2014 title.
The celebrated soprano Lesley Garrett sings her favourite hymns at St Edmund's, Leeds.
Aled Jones looks forward to the football World Cup in Brazil.
A survivor shares their story of faith under fire and fighting the good fight on D-Day.
Diane Louise Jordan celebrates the birthday of the church with dance group Rebirth.
On Father's Day, Claire McCollum chats with Kristyn and Keith Getty.
David Grant and Diane Louise Jordan pack their suitcases and head to the seaside.
Yorkshire's churches are getting involved with the Tour de France.
Sally and Diane are in Glasgow for the final countdown to the Commonwealth Games.
David Grant and Connie Fisher celebrate all things Scottish.
Bill Turnbull travels to Belgium to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War, .
Bill Turnbull and Claire McCollum are in London in search of sacred gardens.
David Grant learns how to Gregorian chant and Sally Magnusson goes cider-tasting.
Pam Rhodes meets participants in Europe's longest running Caribbean carnival.
The Gospel Choir of the Year lead family-friendly sing-along songs from Gateshead Quays.
Bill Turnbull takes a look at some of Britain's most fascinating private chapels.
As the programme celebrates harvest, Claire McCollum visits Kenya.
The bishop and archbishop of Liverpool lead a joint prayer for International Day of Peace.
David Grant introduces six of the best amateur gospel choirs in the country.
A musical tribute from the Royal Albert Hall to Her Majesty the Queen.
David Grant is in Rome as a special cricket match takes place.
Bill Turnbull presents a special Remembrance programme from the Imperial War Museum.
Connie Fisher discovers how cooking and singing is building bridges between religions.
The Archbishop of Canterbury gives his reaction to the atrocities in Paris.
John Craven visits Chatsworth House as it gears up to welcome 100,000 Christmas visitors.
It's Saint Nicholas Day, so there are festive features and carols galore.
Mary Berry lets Songs of Praise into her home to talk about festive family memories.
A feast of carols and festive music from the Royal Albert Hall.
Connie Fisher celebrates musical moments and stories of faith from the past year.
Ann Widdecombe goes behind the scenes of BBC drama Father Brown.
The Songs of Praise Gospel Choir competition is launched.
In the aftermath of the recent floods, John Craven uncovers acts of kindness in Cumbria.
David Grant meets residents at a rehabilitation centre for addiction to drink and drugs.
Libby Lane, first female bishop in the Church of England, reflects on the past 12 months.
Aled Jones presents a tribute to Terry Wogan. Josie d'Arby celebrates Chinese New Year.
Connie Fisher meets residents from what has been dubbed Britain's kindest village.
David Grant visits the Post Office church and the congregation in a tent.
For St David's Day, Richard Taylor traces the history of the patron saint of Wales.
For Mothering Sunday, Pam Rhodes meets grandmothers who are full-time carers.
Josie d'Arby discovers how 'Singing Medicine' helps patients at a Birmingham hospital.
John Craven joins Archbishop John Sentamu on his pilgrimage through the Diocese of York.
For Easter Sunday, Pam Rhodes goes behind the scenes at a community Passion play in Poole.
The top junior and senior school choirs from around the UK compete for the 2016 title.
Pam Rhodes finds out more about HM the Queen's faith ahead of her 90th birthday.
Simon Callow investigates William Shakespeare's spirituality, 400 years after his death.
Sally Magnusson is in Belfast to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
Connie Fisher meets the bloggers and tweeters spreading the Christian message.
Pam Rhodes finds out how the recreation of a 1950s street is helping people with dementia.
Claire McCollum is aboard the only remaining ship to have fought in the Battle of Jutland.
Passengers at Birmingham New Street Station are surprised by a performance of This Train.
Josie d'Arby joins 25,000 people at the annual Big Church Day Out in West Sussex.
For Father's Day, David Grant explores what makes a great dad.
Sally Magnusson commemorates the Battle of the Somme.
On Battle of Britain Memorial Day, Pam Rhodes visits RAF Duxford.
Following the EU referendum, Songs of Praise explores Christians' reactions to Brexit.
Josie visits the tiny Hebridean island of Iona to experience its unique spirituality.
Josie d'Arby returns to the venue for London 2012 to meet Olympic heroes and hopefuls.
Josie d'Arby marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of Lancelot "Capability" Brown.
Josie d'Arby enjoys the rich heritage inside Britain's only Romany museum.
Robert Beckford finds out about the Christian origins of carnival.
Aled Jones and the rugby league choir competition winners sing at Wembley.
Ann Widdecombe explores the making of a saint as Mother Teresa is canonised.
On the anniversary of 9/11, Sally Magnusson meets Christians who have responded with faith
It is London Fashion Week, and David Grant meets some models with a difference.
Pam Rhodes explores why the Great Fire of London in 1666 was described as an act of God.
Featuring a look at the treatment of British Quakers facing imprisonment during wartime.
Fabulous favourite hymns, old and new, from the spectacular Royal Albert Hall.
Kate Bottley is at Billingsgate Fish Market to prepare for a Harvest Festival of the Sea.
Aled Jones hears from two people whose lives were changed by the Aberfan disaster.
The top amateur gospel choirs from around the UK compete for the 2016 title.
Professor Robert Beckford explores the impact of Britain's first black churches.
Connie Fisher meets a man who gave the gift of life to a relative stranger.
The Reverend Kate Bottley visits Lapland with families of children with serious illnesses.
David Grant visits the medieval town of Dunster to take part in the candlelit procession.
Gareth Malone and Laura Mvula join Aled Jones for a feast of favourite carols.
To mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Aled Jones visits Hampton Court Palace.
Josie d'Arby meets those whose faith has brought freedom from spiralling debt.
A look at Donald Trump's family connections to the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.
Aled Jones discovers what being the UK's City of Culture means for Hull.
Josie d'Arby celebrates Chinese New Year at a magic lantern festival in London.
Connie Fisher visits the Hampshire house where Jane Austen lived.
Aled Jones visits north Wales to follow the pilgrim trail to Bardsey Island.
Marking the 25th anniversary of the C of E's vote in favour of women's ordination.
Josie d'Arby is joining girls from inner-city London on a farm in Dartmoor.
Aled Jones is in Dover to hear first-hand accounts of the Zeebrugge ferry disaster.
Josie d'Arby looks at how the church can help with Britain's housing crisis.
Aled Jones follows the work of a hospital chaplain and witnesses life on the wards.
David Grant celebrates Mothering Sunday by meeting two supermums.
Josie d'Arby visits the fishing port of Peterhead.
The Reverend Kate Bottley is in the Yorkshire Dales for lambing season.
Music and worship.
How the people of Manchester stage a performance of Christ's crucifixion and resurrection.
David Grant visits Leybourne Animal Centre in Kent, run by the RSPCA.