Connie Fisher visits the Hampshire house where Jane Austen lived.
Josie d'Arby celebrates Chinese New Year at a magic lantern festival in London.
Aled Jones discovers what being the UK's City of Culture means for Hull.
A look at Donald Trump's family connections to the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.
Josie d'Arby meets those whose faith has brought freedom from spiralling debt.
To mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Aled Jones visits Hampton Court Palace.
Gareth Malone and Laura Mvula join Aled Jones for a feast of favourite carols.
David Grant visits the medieval town of Dunster to take part in the candlelit procession.
The Reverend Kate Bottley visits Lapland with families of children with serious illnesses.
Hugh Dennis celebrates the 90th anniversary of the Radio 4 Christmas appeal.
Connie Fisher meets a man who gave the gift of life to a relative stranger.
Professor Robert Beckford explores the impact of Britain's first black churches.
Sally Magnusson visits RAF Brize Norton, the airbase where the fallen are flown home.
The top amateur gospel choirs from around the UK compete for the 2016 title.
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Aled Jones hears from two people whose lives were changed by the Aberfan disaster.
Kate Bottley is at Billingsgate Fish Market to prepare for a Harvest Festival of the Sea.
Fabulous favourite hymns, old and new, from the spectacular Royal Albert Hall.
Featuring a look at the treatment of British Quakers facing imprisonment during wartime.
Pam Rhodes explores why the Great Fire of London in 1666 was described as an act of God.
It is London Fashion Week, and David Grant meets some models with a difference.
On the anniversary of 9/11, Sally Magnusson meets Christians who have responded with faith
Ann Widdecombe explores the making of a saint as Mother Teresa is canonised.
Aled Jones and the rugby league choir competition winners sing at Wembley.
Robert Beckford finds out about the Christian origins of carnival.
Josie d'Arby enjoys the rich heritage inside Britain's only Romany museum.
Josie d'Arby marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of Lancelot "Capability" Brown.
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.
On Battle of Britain Memorial Day, Pam Rhodes visits RAF Duxford.