Claire McCollum is in Ireland to join the celebrations for the visit of Pope Francis.
JB Gill visits Thirsk to learn the story of the vet behind the books of James Herriot.
Sean Fletcher is in Alton in Staffordshire to visit a Catholic youth retreat centre.
200 years after the birth of Emily Bronte we explore the author's Christian upbringing.
Claire McCollum explores the beautiful landscapes of Northern Ireland.
The programme visits the village of Walsingham in Norfolk, a major pilgrimage destination.
The Rev Kate Bottley is in the Lake District to explore the stunning scenery.
Claire McCollum and JB Gill celebrate 70 years of the NHS.
Kate Bottley explores the power of prayer and reveals how more Christians are using apps.
Sean Fletcher is at Tilbury Docks to mark 70 years since the arrival of the Windrush.
Aled Jones returns to Grenfell Tower 12 months on, to hear inspiring stories of faith.
Simon Thomas tells how his faith sustains him after his wife's death from cancer.
Claire McCollum marks the 175th anniversary of the Free Church of Scotland.
Kate Bottley is in Manchester to hear from survivors and families of the terrorist attack.
Aled Jones hosts the final of the Young Choir of the Year 2018 competition.
Aled Jones hosts the second semi-final of theYoung Choir of the Year 2018.
Aled Jones hosts the first semi-final of our new choral contest, Young Choir of the Year.
On the 25th anniversary of Stephen Lawrence's murder, his mother talks about her faith.
Claire McCollum meets Christian charity workers showing compassion around the world.
Sean Fletcher explores the power of singing to express the Christian faith.
For Easter Sunday, Aled Jones is in Bangor in north Wales to hear the Easter story.
For Palm Sunday, Sean Fletcher visits St Albans Cathedral.
The Rev Kate Bottley celebrates spring on a farm run by Christians in Derbyshire.
For Mothering Sunday, Katherine Jenkins meets brand new parents on a maternity ward.
Josie d'Arby is in St David's in Pembrokeshire exploring the city's saintly connections.
JB Gill meets the first person in the UK to donate an organ to a complete stranger.
Graham Kendrick tells Sean Fletcher about his contemporary anthem Shine, Jesus, Shine.
Bishop James Jones reveals the links between Christianity and forests to Claire McCollum.
Rev Kate Bottley visits Mansfield College in Oxford to learn about Constance Coltman.
Sean Fletcher joins a 4am tea run in London's Covent Garden to mark Homeless Sunday.