Aled Jones looks forward to the football World Cup in Brazil and meets the fans who are going out there to do more than just watch the matches.
Katherine Jenkins visits St Mary’s Twickenham, the oldest Catholic University in the UK. Radzi Chinyanganya is in Trafalgar Square at the Thy Kingdom Come festival Show more
Claire McCollum meets a couple getting married in church for just £1,000, and Kate Bottley meets a Christian same-sex couple marrying in the United Reformed Church. Show more
The Rev. Kate Bottley is at Ripon College in Oxfordshire, where she meets a trainee vicar who used to be a heavy metal singer. Show more
Olympic gold medallists, star tenor Alfie Boe, soprano Laura Wright and five thousand singers celebrate 2012 in this special from the Royal Albert Hall. Show more
Katherine Jenkins visits the historic Caernarfon Castle to mark 50 years since the investiture of the Prince of Wales, an event watched by half a billion people around the world. Show more
Fabulous favourite hymns, old and new, from the spectacular Royal Albert Hall, with guest stars Michael Ball and Alfie Boe, Laura Mvula and the Priests. Show more
To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, Aled Jones hears from two people speaking for the first time about the day that changed their lives and shocked the world. Show more
Shauna Muamba tells Aled Jones how the prayers of so many brought hope when her husband Fabrice suffered a cardiac arrest during an FA Cup match in 2012. Show more
Aled Jones introduces a festive Songs of Praise celebration from London's Royal Albert Hall, as five thousand voices raise the roof with carols galore. Show more
Two families battle it out in a range of hilarious games based on the idea of Chinese Whispers and involving anything from remote control football boots to motorized toilets. Show more
Two families battle it out in a range of hilarious games based on the idea of Chinese Whispers and involving anything from remote control football boots to motorised toilets. Show more
Sally Magnusson is in Belfast to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme and the Easter Rising, two events which shaped the history of Ireland. Show more
To mark the tenth anniversary of 7/7, Claire McCollum explores compelling stories of faith and hope, and Pam meets the Christians from Korea on a whistle-stop prayer tour.
For Mothering Sunday, Pam Rhodes meets grandmothers who are devoting their lives to become full-time carers for their grandchildren. Show more
Jermain Jackman visits a school to set them a Christmas carol challenge. Plus there is a chance to sing along with festive favourites from around the country. Show more