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Songs of Praise

Songs of Praise


A religious show, from a different church each week and a choir singing hymns. The show has been a sunday afternoon fixture for over 45 years and has been hosted by many different celebrities over the years.
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Episode Info

Next: 54x32 -- Junior Songs of Praise (Aug/31/2014) [Special Airtime: 05:30 pm]


David Grant is joined by CBBC's Hacker T Dog, Newsround presenter Hayley Hassall and The Voice UK winner Jermain Jackman for a special children's edition of the show.


Prev: 54x31 -- Carnival and Culture (Aug/24/2014)


Pam Rhodes talks to participants in Europe's longest-running Caribbean carnival, which is taking place in Leeds. She also introduces hymns from St Edmund's Church in Roundhay.

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Cast
Aled Jones
As Presenter
Bill Turnbull
As Himself (Presenter)
David Grant (1)
As Himself (Presenter)
Diane-Louise Jordan
As Presenter
Eamonn Holmes
As Presenter
Gavin Peacock
As Presenter
Harry Secombe
As Presenter
Hayley Hassall
As Herself (Presenter)
Jonathan Edwards
As Presenter
Pam Rhodes
As Presenter

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Recurring Guests

David Grant (1) (12 eps)
Suzi Digby (12 eps)
Russell Watson (11 eps)
Hayley Westenra (5 eps)
Katherine Jenkins (4 eps)
Myleene Klass (3 eps)
Ruby Turner (3 eps)
Howard Goodall (3 eps)
Gareth Malone (3 eps)
Alfie Boe (3 eps)

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Warning: Songs of Praise guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Variety
Genre: Family | Music
Status: Returning Series
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Sundays at 05:25 pm
Runtime: 35 Minutes
Premiere: October, 1961
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