Connie Fisher learns more about the spiritual side of Elvis Presley.
Sally Magnusson pays a visit to Canary Wharf to learn about a floating church reaching out to the banking community.
A year on from the Somerset floods, Claire McCollum is in Muchelney, which ended up becoming a beacon of hope during the crisis.
Josie visits a Leeds cafe where everything is recycled. Claire visits a church and bingo hall building swap.
David Grant takes a look at the changing attitudes to mental illnesses.
Aled finds out about the history of the adopted FA Cup anthem Abide With Me.
Josie D'Arby finds out more about speed dating with Christians who are looking for love whilst Connie Fisher learns about the history of British Black Gospel music.
Stephen Hawking's wife Jane talks about her faith, her love for music. David Oyelowo talks about how he believes God helped him play civil rights leader Martin Luther King.
David Grant is joined by Hal Cruttenden and they look ahead to Red Nose Day. The show also features hymns to celebrate St David's Day.
Rebecca Ferguson learns about the origins of her favourite hymn Amazing Grace whilst Pam Rhodes hears the story of a rescue at sea and reuniting those involved 35 years on.
Diane Louise Jordan celebrates Mothering Sunday as she talks to a woman who chose to adopt rather than have her own children.
Bill Turnbull finds out about the preparations being made before the remains of Richard III are laid to rest at Leicester Cathedral on Thursday, nearly 530 years after his death at the Battle of Bosworth Field.
Aled is at Liverpool Cathedral for the start of Holy Week for the final rehearsals of their Passion plays.
David Grant is at a farm where religion and agricultural practices come together for the traditional Blessing of the Lambs ceremony.
Connie Fisher talks to Andrew Lloyd Webb to learn why he wants to help more churches get connected to the internet.
It is the 50th anniversary of the Pennine Way and Claire takes a look at some of the many spiritual stops along its route.
Aled presents the Junior semi-final of the School Choir of the Year competition from Nottingham. Tim Rhys-Evans, Yvie Burnett and JB Gill have to decide who will make it through to the final.
Aled presents the Senior semi-final of the School Choir of the Year competition from Nottingham. Tim Rhys-Evans, Yvie Burnett and JB Gill have to decide who will make it through to the final.
Bill Turnbull celebrates the 70th anniversary of VE Day as he talks to people who remember the announcement of victory in Europe.
Aled hosts the final of the School Choir of the Year competition from the Albert Hall, Nottingham as the choirs battle it out to be crowned he Junior and Senior winners.
Jim Errington, the 100-year-old winner of the Songs of Praise FA Cup Fans Choir competition, looks forward to performing at Wembley stadium. Martina Purdy explains why she decided to become a nun.
Aled is backstage at the Cup Final at Wembley as the Songs of Praise FA Cup Fans Choir sings the traditional curtain raiser, Abide With Me.
The show celebrates BBC Music Day, and finds out out about rap artists who are teaching the congregation of a church to modernise a traditional hymn.
laire McCollum talks to a real life Good Samaritan called Nic Vujicic, who was born without arms or legs. He reveals how his faith has given him the strength to overcome his disability, and how he now attempts to encourage others around the world to believe in their own capabilities.
Josie d'Arby is at Cornwall's busiest lifeboat station whilst Diane Louise Jordan performs with a choir of fishwives.
One man’s determination to help the poor in England A 150 years ago led to the Salvation Army being formed.
Claire McCollum presents an episode marking the 10th anniversary of the July 7th London bombings.
Katherine Jenkins and Aled Jones join Sally Magnusson for an evening of hymns and songs from the Royal Albert Hall.
Josie D'Arby talks to a couple on their wedding day to find out how they got ready for a lifetime together. The `wedding angels' helping people realise their dreams are also featured.
David Grant and Sally Magnusson meet a woman who gave her sister a baby and they also meet a group of young singer-songwriters who use money from criminals to make music.