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Channel:BBC1 Total number of episodes:118 Last episode broadcasted: 14/12/2014 at 16:25
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Josie D'Arby discovers the inspiration for Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol in Malton, celebrity chef James Martin creates a festive Dickensian tipple and Pam Rhodes goes carolling, hip-hop style. With seasonal singing from around the country.
It's Advent Sunday, so Cerrie Burnell visits a town centre bringing the nativity to the high street. Also featuring the remarkable story of the WWI Christmas truce, a reggae take on a popular hymn and congregations from Scotland to Aldershot.
There are exciting changes this week as Ade Adepitan joins Connie Fisher to bring you diverse stories, from the lottery winner who gave away millions to the plight of a Syrian Catholic family separated by war, all complemented by a rich mix of music from across the UK.
Claire McCollum is in the beautiful countryside of Mid-Ulster where she hears inspirational stories of faith and joins the congregation at St Michael's Church, Lissan for rousing hymn singing. With music from the Priests and Voices of Ireland.
Katherine Jenkins joins Aled Jones and Sally Magnusson in the Royal Albert Hall for a spectacular gala evening of glorious hymns and songs, including How Great Thou Art and Amazing Grace. Features Gregory Porter, Lucy Kay, Nell Bryden and the newly-crowned Songs of Praise Gospel Choir of the Year.
David Grant visits the Royal Albert Hall as preparations are underway for the Big Sing. He meets seasoned Big Sing stars as well as those making their debut, goes behind the scenes with the presenters and we revisit some of the very best performances from Big Sings past.
Pam Rhodes visits Newcastle upon Tyne to explore the continuing significance of St Bede, the Geordie accent and the river itself; and she introduces traditional and modern hymns from Trinity Church, Gosforth, and performances by the High Kings.