Visiting Europe's largest travelling funfair, plus 70 years of Thomas the Tank Engine.
David Grant visits the home of William Blake. Richard Taylor is at Jane Austen's church.
Aled Jones meets all creatures great and small at Ely Cathedral's annual pet service.
Lindsey Chapman reveals how a Suffolk church helped visiting swifts survive the summer.
A musical tribute from the Royal Albert Hall to Her Majesty the Queen.
Sally Magnusson goes behind the scenes on board the Royal Yacht Britannia.
The top amateur gospel choirs from around the UK compete for the 2015 title.
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Songs of Praise joins Christian festival the Keswick Convention in the Lake District.
Sally Magnusson visits a migrant church in Calais. Plus a profile of singer Matt Redman.
Bill Turnbull meets the son of a World War II sailor who sacrificed his life.
Featuring the story of the incredible gift one sister gave to another - a baby.
With the wedding season in full swing, Bill Turnbull joins a couple on their big day.
To mark the tenth anniversary of 7/7, Claire McCollum explores stories of faith and hope.
150 years after it was founded, the team explore the history of the Salvation Army.
Josie d'Arby takes to the water at Cornwall's busiest RNLI station.
Claire McCollum meets a real-life good samaritan.
Rap artists modernise a traditional hymn to celebrate BBC Music Day.
Aled Jones goes backstage at Wembley as the FA Cup Fans Choir sings Abide with Me.
Former political correspondent Martina Purdy reveals why she chose a new life as a nun.
Bill Turnbull joins the nation's celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of VE Day.
The top junior and senior school choirs from around the UK compete for the 2015 title.
School Choir of the Year 2015 homepage
Claire McCollum explores one of the many spiritual stops along the Pennine Way.
Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about getting more churches connected to the internet.
David Grant visits a farm for a traditional 'blessing of the lambs' ceremony.
For the start of Holy Week Pam Rhodes visits Liverpool Cathedral.
Bill Turnbull goes behind the scenes as the remains of Richard III are laid to rest.
For Mothering Sunday, Diane Louise Jordan meets a mother who chose to adopt.
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.