David Grant finds out what can be discovered from the wise men in the Christmas story, and introduces hymns from Blackburn Cathedral.
Bill Turnbull talks to some people who have been inspired by the tiny tidal island. He also introduces hymns from the parish church of St Mary the Virgin.
Diane Louise Jordan talks to different people who work at night and takes a trip along the River Thames after dark. She also presents a selection of hymns and performances with a night-time theme.
Bill takes a look at some churches that have been completely transformed from a state of such disrepair they were nearly closed.
Aled Jones is in London's Chinatown where he introduces hymns from St Martin-in-the-Fields, a church with a congregation of Chinese Christians.
David Grant takes a look back at the heyday of Sunday School classes whilst Bill Kenwright reveals how they helped to establish Everton Football Club.
Pam Rhodes learns about how actress Elizabeth Taylor's former body double is spending her retirement.
Huw Edwards looks forward to St David's Day as he pays a visit to Llandaff, north of Cardiff, and talks to Wales rugby union forward Toby Faletau.
Pam Rhodes takes a look at the significance of Lent, and talks to a women whose story provided inspiration for the film Calendar Girls. She also introduces hymns from Bradford Cathedral.
Dan Walker pays a visit to a church that has been transformed into a winter-themed sporting arenaand talks to a Paralympian long jumper hoping to jump into the record books.
Eamonn Holmes is in Londonderry where he talk to people who have been inspired by the St Patrick.
Bill Turnbull finds out more about the cultural heritage of the Isle of Man, and introduces hymns from Peel Cathedral.
Aled presents a special Mothering Sunday edition of the show as he chats to singer Candi Staton about her career and how her faith helped her through a period of domestic abuse.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols chats to to Sally Magnusson about his memories of being a young priest in Wigan.
Tom Courtenay reads the story of Christ's Passion at Bradford Cathedral and he also finds out more about the events of the first Holy Week.
Bill Turnbull visits Polish Catholic Church of Our Lady Of Czestochowa & St Stanislaw Kostka in Leeds. Whilst young Catholics from Leeds, Huddersfield and Bradford sing traditional hymns from the Christian religion.
David Grant presents the annual School Choir of the Year competition from Birmingham. Six junior school choirs sing a hymn in an effort to secure a place in the final.
David Grant presents the annual School Choir of the Year competition from Birmingham. Six senior school choirs sing a hymn in an effort to secure a place in the final.
David Grant presents the final of this year's School Choir of the Year competition.
Aled Jones chats to opera singer Lesley Garrett about her life.
Aled takes a look ahead to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil and talks to fans who will be holidaying there between matches.
The show features a survivor's account of the D-Day Normandy landings on June 6, 1944.
Diane Louise Jordan is in Leicester, where she celebrates Pentecost Sunday.
Claire McCollum hosts a Father's Day edition of the show, as she talks to Kristyn and Keith Getty.
David Grant and Diane Louise Jordan make their way to the seaside to celebrate the British summertime, and find out the connection between one of the country's best known holiday camps and the Church.
Connie Fisher and Claire McCollum are on their bikes ahead of the Tour de France as they learn about preparations being made to welcome the hundreds of cyclists and thousands of fans due to visit the area for the event.
Sally Magnusson and Diane Louise Jordan are in Glasgow as the final preparations for the Commonwealth Games are made.
Bill Turnbull is in Belgium with classical act Libera where they mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Bill Turnbull looks for sacred gardens as he visits Kew to take a look at their new faith trail/ Claire McCollum is at Westminster Abbey to look at its hidden gems.
David Grant and Sally Magnusson take a holiday during the peak of the summer, wanting a trip of peace and reflection.
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.
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.
Bill Turnbull takes a look at some of Britain's private chapels.
Claire McCollum is in Kenya whilst Stuart Townsend performs a variety of traditional harvest hymns.
Diane Louise Jordan pays a visit to some churches taking new initiatives to invite people in and also talks to the Rev Nicky Gumbel, a pioneer of Alpha Course.
David Grant introduces six talented gospel choirs from around the country as they battle it out to be crowned group of the year for 2014.
Carrie Grant, Mica Paris and Muyiwa Olarewaju announce the winner of this year's competition.
Pam Rhodes is in Newcastle upon Tyne where she finds out about the continuing significance of Saint Bede, the Geordie accent and the River Tyne itself.
David Grant takes a look at the preparations being made for this year's Big Sing at the Royal Albert Hall.
Sally Magnusson is joined by Katherine Jenkins and Aled Jones at the Royal Albert Hall. Gregory Porter, Lucy Kay and Nell Bryden perform.
Claire McCollum finds out more about the countryside of Mid-Ulster where she hears inspirational stories and sings hymns with the congregation of St Michael's Church in Lissan.
Bill Turnbull is in Aldershot as he introduces a live programme to mark Remembrance Sunday.
Ade Adepitan, Connie Fisher and Bill Turnbull learn about the lottery winner who gave away millions and the plight of a Syrian Catholic family separated by war.
A couple of footballers from Hull City team up with a rapper from Freetown, Sierra Leone, to raise money to help fight the killer disease of Ebola.
Cerrie Burnell pays a visit to a town centre that is bringing the nativity to the high street.
James Martin makes a festive Dickensian tipple whilst Josie D'Arby finds out about the inspiration for Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol in Malton.
Jenny Bell makes a Nativity painting in the middle of Nottingham railway station.
Katherine Jenkins and Jermain Jackman join Bill Turnbull and David Grant in the Royal Albert Hall for this year's Christmas Big Sing.
The show takes a look at the religious meaning behind the carol, Twelve Days of Christmas, with a recreation of each line.