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
150 years ago, one man's determination to help the poor in England led to a charity organisation that is still helping millions of people across the world - the Salvation Army. Show more
Songs of Praise marks the 70th anniversary of VE Day with interviews with those who were there and hymns from the original service of Thanksgiving in 1945. Show more
For Mothering Sunday, Diane Louise Jordan meets a mother who chose to adopt rather than have biological children. Plus a performance of Danny Boy from Celtic Woman. Show more
Aled Jones meets all creatures great and small at Ely Cathedral's annual pet service, and the team catch up with former Westlife star Shane Filan, who gives a special performance. Show more
It's Hull's year as the UK's City of Culture. Aled Jones discovers what that means for England's biggest Parish church and how Hull's famous sons are getting in on the act. Show more
Connie Fisher joins the Street Angels of Magaluf as they patrol the Spanish party town, offering aid and advice to dusk-to-dawn revellers. Show more
It's the 200th anniversary of the death of Jane Austen, and Connie Fisher visits the Hampshire house where the celebrated romantic novelist lived. Show more
Days before Donald Trump enters the White House as president, we find out about his family connections to the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. Show more
Connie Fisher celebrates the biggest musical moments and stories of faith from the past year, including the FA Cup Fans Choir singing Abide With Me at Wembley.
Sally Magnusson meets local hero George Parsonage, who has saved hundreds of people from the river Clyde. The Songs of Praise Gospel Choir competition is launched. Show more
It's Saint Nicholas Day and Songs of Praise has festive features and carols galore from across the country.
Aled Jones follows the work of a hospital chaplain and witnesses the highs and lows of life on the wards. Show more
On New Year's Day, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, shares his reflections on the year ahead. Show more
Bill Turnbull presents a special Remembrance programme, including the story of soldier Martyn Compton, who survived a Taliban rocket attack to become a racing driver. Show more
Fern Britton meets former Conservative cabinet member Michael Gove, who played a prominent role in the Brexit campaign and then ran for the Tory party leadership. Show more
Fern Britton meets American jazz singer-songwriter Gregory Porter, who reflects on his upbringing and speaks about how his mother's influence lives on in his music. Show more
Fern Britton speaks to Paralympic athlete Stef Reid, who has won two silver medals at the Paralympics and a gold in the world championships. Show more