Singer Rebecca Ferguson discovers the origins of her favourite hymn, Amazing Grace.
Featuring the vicar sprinkling her sermons with comedy, and hymns for St David's Day.
Jane Hawking talks about her faith and her life married to atheist Stephen Hawking.
Josie d'Arby goes speed dating with Christians in search of love.
Aled Jones uncovers the inspiration behind the adopted FA Cup anthem Abide With Me.
David Grant explores changing attitudes to mental illness.
Claire McCollum visits a church and bingo hall building swap. Plus inspirational singing.
A year on from the devastating Somerset floods, Claire McCollum visits Muchelney.
Sally Magnusson is in Canary Wharf to visit a floating church reaching out to bankers.
David Grant joins Great British Bake Off finalist Luis Troyano for Epiphany treats.
Bill Turnbull celebrates musical moments from the Songs of Praise year.
Bill Turnbull and David Grant with a celebration of Christmas featuring Katherine Jenkins.
Jermain Jackman visits a school to set them a Christmas carol challenge.
Josie D'Arby discovers the inspiration for Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol in Malton.
Cerrie Burnell visits a town centre bringing the nativity to the high street.
Two brothers celebrate their joint 100th birthdays. Plus singing from around the country.
Ade Adepitan and Connie Fisher present a mix of music from across the UK.
Traditional hymns live from Aldershot, the home of the British Army.
Claire McCollum joins a congregation in Lissan for rousing hymn singing.
A spectacular gala evening of glorious hymns and songs from the Royal Albert Hall.
David Grant visits the Royal Albert Hall as preparations are underway for the Big Sing.
Pam Rhodes visits Newcastle upon Tyne to explore the continuing significance of St Bede.
David Grant hosts the final of the Songs of Praise Gospel Choir of the Year competition.
David Grant introduces six of the best amateur gospel choirs in the country.
The bishop and archbishop of Liverpool lead a joint prayer for International Day of Peace.
As the programme celebrates harvest, Claire McCollum visits Kenya.
Bill Turnbull takes a look at some of Britain's most fascinating private chapels.
The Gospel Choir of the Year lead family-friendly sing-along songs from Gateshead Quays.
Pam Rhodes meets participants in Europe's longest running Caribbean carnival.
David Grant learns how to Gregorian chant and Sally Magnusson goes cider-tasting.