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Aled Jones meets a scientist from the Oxford vaccine team to celebrate hope.
On Palm Sunday, Aled Jones visits Oxford to celebrate stories of hope and to meet a leading scientist behind the vaccine that is saving lives around the world.
On Palm Sunday, Aled Jones visits Oxford to celebrate stories of hope and meets Professor Andy Pollard, one of the leading scientists behind the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.
At St Cross College, Professor Pollard shares how his Christian faith and the prayers of people all over the world have helped and inspired him, and how he finds great hope in the way scientists and volunteers in many nations have worked together to make the vaccine possible. Aled also visits the city’s largest vaccination centre to witness at first hand the hope the jab is bringing to the community.
Young mum Louise Blyth shares her story of how miraculous answers to prayer led her to find faith and hope in the darkest days of grief. And YolanDa Brown meets the Christian friends using their gifts in medicine and music to help doctors facing burnout.
With hymns and songs to celebrate Holy Week and an exclusive performance of a new blessing for carers.
Katherine Jenkins celebrates Easter Sunday from Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff.
Katherine Jenkins celebrates Easter Sunday from Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, including a special performance from Sir Bryn Terfel.
Katherine Jenkins celebrates Easter Sunday from Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff. She finds out about the meaning behind the Paschal candle, lit especially at Eastertime, and performs one of her favourite hymns, the Sanctus, to Elgar’s stirring tune Nimrod.
Echoing the theme of the Easter story, James Lusted meets a vicar who has turned his life around from darkness into light.
With favourite Easter hymns and songs from Llandaff Cathedral Choir, Vocal Creation, The Voice UK winner Blessing Annatoria and a special performance from one of Wales’s finest - Sir Bryn Terfel.
The Rev Kate Bottley’s Favourite Moments
Rev Kate Bottley shares some of her favourite moments on Songs of Praise.
The Rev Kate Bottley visits Roche Abbey in Yorkshire and shares some of her favourite moments on Songs of Praise, from open water swimming to meeting a man who walked on the moon.
Rev Kate Bottley visits Roche Abbey in South Yorkshire, a place where she loves to walk, as she shares her love of the great outdoors and some of her favourite moments on Songs of Praise.
Kate looks back on her walk along the Cleveland Way, one of Britain’s national trails. She recalls the time she spoke to inspiring Christian, Charlie Duke, who was the tenth and youngest man to walk on the moon but who believes his ‘walking with Jesus’ has been a lot more important.
Kate also talks about one of her greatest passions, open water swimming, and how being in the cold water brings her closer to God. There’s also music from across the UK, including performances from Katherine Jenkins and West End star Marisha Wallace.
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