Josie d'Arby returns to the venue for London 2012 to meet Olympic heroes and hopefuls.
Josie visits the tiny Hebridean island of Iona to experience its unique spirituality.
Following the EU referendum, Songs of Praise explores Christians' reactions to Brexit.
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On Battle of Britain Memorial Day, Pam Rhodes visits RAF Duxford.
Sally Magnusson commemorates the Battle of the Somme.
For Father's Day, David Grant explores what makes a great dad.
Josie d'Arby joins 25,000 people at the annual Big Church Day Out in West Sussex.
Passengers at Birmingham New Street Station are surprised by a performance of This Train.
Claire McCollum is aboard the only remaining ship to have fought in the Battle of Jutland.
Pam Rhodes finds out how the recreation of a 1950s street is helping people with dementia.
Connie Fisher meets the bloggers and tweeters spreading the Christian message.
Sally Magnusson is in Belfast to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
Simon Callow investigates William Shakespeare's spirituality, 400 years after his death.
Pam Rhodes finds out more about HM the Queen's faith ahead of her 90th birthday.
The top junior and senior school choirs from around the UK compete for the 2016 title.
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For Easter Sunday, Pam Rhodes goes behind the scenes at a community Passion play in Poole.
John Craven joins Archbishop John Sentamu on his pilgrimage through the Diocese of York.
Josie d'Arby discovers how 'Singing Medicine' helps patients at a Birmingham hospital.
For Mothering Sunday, Pam Rhodes meets grandmothers who are full-time carers.
For St David's Day, Richard Taylor traces the history of the patron saint of Wales.
David Grant visits the Post Office church and the congregation in a tent.
Connie Fisher meets residents from what has been dubbed Britain's kindest village.
Aled Jones presents a tribute to Terry Wogan. Josie d'Arby celebrates Chinese New Year.
Libby Lane, first female bishop in the Church of England, reflects on the past 12 months.
David Grant meets residents at a rehabilitation centre for addiction to drink and drugs.
In the aftermath of the recent floods, John Craven uncovers acts of kindness in Cumbria.
The Songs of Praise Gospel Choir competition is launched.
Ann Widdecombe goes behind the scenes of BBC drama Father Brown.
Connie Fisher celebrates musical moments and stories of faith from the past year.
A feast of carols and festive music from the Royal Albert Hall.