Songs of Praise
Katherine Jenkins visits the magnificent Salisbury Cathedral to celebrate Candlemas - the commemoration of the infant Jesus being presented at the temple in Jerusalem. She discovers the origins and meaning of this ancient feast day with the canon chancellor and learns more about the cathedral's fascinating history from one of the tour guides.
Sean Fletcher visits Charles Farris Candles, a firm that manufacture and supply ten million candles to churches each year.
And nearly 12 months on from the devasting nerve agent attack in Salisbury, the cathedral's new dean, Nick Papadopulos, tells Katherine how the city is striving for peace and unity.
With hymns and songs from across the UK celebrating God's light shining in the darkness.
Light of the World (Here I Am to Worship) from Church of Christ the Cornerstone, Milton Keynes
Nunc Dimittis from Salisbury Cathedral
Like a Candle Flame from Derby Cathedral
Lux Aeterna from Pershore Abbey
Hear the Call of the Kingdom from Albert Hall, Nottingham
Faithful one from St Thomas the Martyr's Church, Newcastle
The Day Thou Gavest from Salisbury Cathedral. Show less