Aled Jones visits Whitby and the North York Moors in search of some unusual harvests.
Eamonn Holmes is in Londonderry for the world's largest gathering of Irish culture.
Bill Turnbull introduces hymns from Holy Cross Church in Greenford.
David Grant introduces hymns from Blackburn Cathedral and music from Carleen Anderson.
Adventurer Bear Grylls meets people inspired by their coastal surroundings.
Sally Magnusson visits Paisley abbey for traditional hymns and songs.
Musical celebration of hymns and songs by Irish composers from Belfast.
Bill Turnbull takes the ancient pilgrims' path to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.
Diane Louise Jordan joins the St Albans festival procession.
How the story of Christianity is portrayed through the ancient Chester Mystery Plays.
Glastonbury festival founder Michael Eavis talks about his Methodist faith.
Pam Rhodes talks to children about the Christian calendar and chooses hymns for the year.
Pam Rhodes selects favourite hymns that mark the milestones in life.
Pam Rhodes introduces hymns that reflect every human experience and emotion.
The significant role of Westminster Abbey during HM the Queen's 60-year reign.
Eamonn Holmes meets people whose faith plays an important role in their professional life.
David Grant is in Brighton for Pentecost Sunday, the birthday of the church.
Connie Fisher introduces hymns and songs from John Owen-Jones at St Davids Cathedral.
How Bear Grylls, Danniella Westbrook and Lord Taylor of Warwick deal with fame and faith.
Bill Turnbull is in the city of Wakefield, where he visits the Hepworth Wakefield gallery.
The top three junior and senior school choirs from around the UK compete for the title.
Aled Jones is in Liverpool as the best six senior school choirs in the land compete.
Aled Jones presents from Liverpool as the finest junior school choirs in the UK compete.
Stephen Tompkinson, Nikki Amuka-Bird and Only Boys Aloud join Aled to celebrate Easter.
Tamsin Greig reads from the King James Bible, and Aled Jones introduces Easter hymns.
Archbishop Justin Welby talks to Bill Turnbull about what Holy Week means to him.
The Belfast Community Gospel Choir join Eamonn Holmes and the Ulster Orchestra.
With hymns from the Military Wives and the congregation at St Alban's Church.
To celebrate 25 years of Comic Relief, Tim Vine launches a hymn-singing challenge.
Aled Jones visits St Davids to discover how the city is celebrating Wales's patron saint.