Songs of Praise

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Songs of Praise

Aled Jones explores fascinating hidden gem churches in London with historian and tour guide Joanna Bogle.

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The Rev Kate Bottley celebrates the centenary of Liverpool’s Anglican cathedral and meets Christians whose faith has been shaped by this remarkable building.
Katherine Jenkins explores the first church garden to be exhibited at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and meets the horticulturist offering a 'green hug' to their visitors.
To celebrate the RSPCA’s 200th anniversary, the Rev Kate Bottley visits an animal hospital in Birmingham and meets people who believe animals are a gift from God.
Aled Jones cooks up a storm with some Christian dads taking on a cooking challenge with their children. And he meets the 999 call handler who saved her own father’s life.
Ahead of Carers Week, the Rev Kate Bottley is in Norfolk, finding out about the importance of faith for some of those caring for their loved ones.
To mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day, Aled Jones is in Portsmouth to meet 99-year-old veteran Stan Ford and to reflect on why it’s more important than ever to remember the fallen.
To mark the 200th anniversary of the National Gallery, Aled Jones embarks on an exclusive tour behind the scenes and explores the deep connection between art and Christianity.
Claire McCollum is in Bognor Regis to celebrate Pentecost, 'the birthday of the church', with Christians preparing for baptism in the sea and modern worship from St Wilfrid Church.
For Dementia Action Week, Rev Canon Kate Bottley explores what part faith can play for people facing the profound challenges presented by dementia.
Pam Rhodes celebrates the 75th Anniversary of one of the world’s most cherished hymns, How Great Thou Art, and explores the remarkable story of its composition.
Sean Fletcher visits Way Church in Wigan, one of the fastest-growing churches in the UK, to explore how it’s serving the community, and he joins them for dynamic worship led by Jake Isaac.
Reverend Kate Bottley is in Newcastle upon Tyne, meeting Christians who are contributing to their communities through their acts of service and selflessness.
Singer Laura Wright shares her favourite hymns and worship songs with Pam Rhodes and reflects on how they have shaped her life and faith.
To mark World Health Day, Sean Fletcher joins Christians at a spiritual retreat centre in north Wales to explore how faith can impact our health and wellbeing.
Aled Jones visits Canterbury to celebrate Easter at the oldest surviving church in the English-speaking world, and he explores what the message of Easter means to Christians.
On Palm Sunday, Sean Fletcher joins rehearsals for the Trafalgar Square Passion Play and meets stars of The Chosen, a groundbreaking television series on the life of Christ.
To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, Claire McCollum is in Northern Ireland meeting Christians inspired by the saint’s extraordinary story and following in his footsteps.
Rev Kate Bottley is in Stockport to celebrate Mothering Sunday at a Christian-inspired nursery that welcomes children of all abilities, and meets mums empowered by their faith.
The Rev Kate Bottley is in Scarborough to mark 200 years of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and reflects on the Christian values at the heart of saving lives at sea.