Aled chats to Shauna Muamba who informs him how the prayers of so many brought hope after her husband Fabrice, the former Bolton Wanderers midfielder, suffered a heart attack during an FA Cup match in 2012.
David Grant takes a look at the past, present and future of the Church in Stoke-on-Trent and also introduceshymns from Longton Methodist Central Hall featuring performances by Kristyna Myles and Stuart Pendred.
Sally Magnusson talks to an expert on poet Robert Burns and also chats to a writer, painter and hip-hop dancer.
Russell Watson learns how Salford in Greater Manchester has changed since artist LS Lowry painted the industrial town during the 1920s.
Pam Rhodes chats to different people who think that they have encountered angels. The show also features a selection of several angelic hymns, plus a performance by operatic bass singer Willard White.
Aled finds out why Henry Olonga sacrificed his cricketing career and also helps with animal stocktaking at London Zoo. He also introduces hymns for Lent and Only Boys Aloud perfom in St John's Wood.
David Grant discovers how music has managed to help transform lives with a group of young singers finding harmony together. The show also features performances by soprano Laura Wright and West End star Ramin Karimloo, along with hymns from St Mary's Church in Portsmouth.
Aled pays a visit to St David's in Pembrokeshire to learn how the city is celebrating the patron saint of Wales, and takes a look around the iconic cathedral.
Aled chats to Tim Vine as he launches a hymn-singing challenge to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Red Nose Day. Mary Berry finds out how donations are turned into food for one church-based project.
Pam Rhodes introduces hymns performed by the Military Wives choir from St Alban's Church in Bristol.
Eamonn Holmes hosts a St Patrick's Day edition from the Waterfront Hall in Belfast. The Priests, Anuna and the Belfast Community Gospel Choir perform.
Bill Turnball chats to the Archbishop of Canterbury about what the events of Holy Week mean to him. Emilia Fox reads from the gospel accounts of Christ's Passion and seasonal hymns are performed by the congregation of Canterbury Cathedral.
Aled celebrates Easter Sunday with some seasonal hymns from London's Maida Vale and is joined by Stephen Tompkinson and Nikki Amuka-Bird. Only Boys Aloud also perform some choral music with their version of The Lord's Prayer.
The six finest junior school choirs attempt to impress judges Myleene Klass, Suzi Digby and David Grant as they battle it out for a place in the final.
The six best senior school choirs in the country attempt to impress judges Myleene Klass, Suzi Digby and David Grant, who award three groups from the heats a place in the final.
Aled presents the Final from the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool, featuring performances by the top three junior and senior school choirs from around the country.
Bill is in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, to take a look at the Hepworth art gallery. He also takes a look around the newly refurbished cathedral, where traditional hymns are performed by the choir and Jonathan Veira.
David Grant talks to Bear Grylls, Danniella Westbrook and Lord Taylor of Warwick to find out how they deal with fame and faith living in the public eye.
Connie Fisher returns to her home town of Pembrokeshire to meet local seaside missionaries. She also introduces hymns from St David's Cathedral.
David Grant is in Brighton for Pentecost Sunday, twhere he talks to Stuart Townsend, who performs his thought-provoking song Vagabonds.
Eamonn Holmes is in Co Fermanagh in Northern Ireland to talk to different people whose faith plays an important role in their lives.
Bill Turnbull takes a look at Her Majesty's sixty years on the throne as he learns about the significant roles played by Westminster Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral during the Queen's reign.
Pam Rhodes introduces some hymns that reflect every human experience and emotion.
Pam presents a variety of popular hymns that mark various milestones in life, including baptisms, weddings and funerals.
Pam Rhodes chats to pupils from Forty Hill Church of England Primary School in Enfield, and selects hymns suitable for the whole year.
Diane Louise Jordan presents a summer festival-themed edition of the show as she talks to the founder of the Glastonbury Festival, Michael Eavis.
Alfie Boe and Jaz Ellington perform hymns with choirs and five-thousand singers from the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Diane Louise Jordan finds out how Christianity is portrayed through the ancient tradition of the Chester mystery plays.
Diane Louise Jordan takes a look at why some towns and villages are associated with saints of old, as she learns the stories behind St Neots and St Bees and joining the St Albans festival procession.
Bill Turnbull is on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, where the Lindisfarne Gospels was saved from the first known Viking raid on England more than 1,200 years ago. It is an illuminated manuscript so fragile it cannot be handled by the public and has also survived the upheavals of the Dark Ages and the Reformation.
Eamonn Holmes is joined by The Celtic Tenors, Robin Mark and choral group Anuna from the Waterfront Hall in Belfast as part of a musical celebration of Irish composers from north and south of the country.
Paisley Abbey's 850th anniversary is marked by Sally Magnusson when she pays a visit to the church in Renfrewshire, where the congregation assembles for some traditional hymns.
Bear Grylls presents music and hymns performed by Karl Jenkins, Aled Myrddin, Rhys Meirion, Elin Fflur and Julian Lloyd Webber at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff.
David Grant is in Lancashire to learn about the aspects of the county and introduces hymns sung by the congregation at Blackburn Cathedral.
Bill Turnbull learns about the significance of the Christian cross and introduces hymns from Holy Cross Church in Greenford, Middlesex.
Eamonn Holmes pays a visit to the country's City Of Culture 2013, Derry-Londonderry, for the world's largest gathering of Irish culture.
Aled Jones is in Whitby and the North York Moors looking for unusual harvests. The show also features a selection of hymns from farming and port communities across the country.
Aled Jones chats to Tony Christie, who also performs at his former church in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire where he was once a chorister.
Hope Community Gospel Choir from Nottingham, Birmingham Community Gospel Choir, One Voice Community Choir from Preston, Faith Works from London, the Town Hall Gospel Choir from Birmingham and Fountain of Praise from Dagenham in Essex battle it out to be crowned the country's best gospel choir. Ruby Turner, Bazil Meade and Carrie Grant are the judges.
David Grant introduces the six finalists from gospel choirs across the country, who attempt to be crowned group of the year for 2013.
Sally Magnusson is in Paisley in Scotland, to talk to sculptor Sandy Stoddart, who is creating the `work of a lifetime'.
Bill Turnbull has the results of the hymns voted by viewers as the nation's favourites at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Connie Fisher takes a look at the stunning Welsh landscape and talks to people who have faced difficult challenges in their lives.
Bill Turnbull is at Collegiate Church of St Mary in Warwick, and talks to an unsung hero who maintained the country's lifeline during the Second World War.
David Grant presents hymns and worship from Wakefield Cathedral. He also meets people who have been inspired by the Yorkshire landscape along the walking route the Wakefield Way.
Pam Rhodes finds out more about the influence of authors including CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien and Michael Morpurgo on each generation and introduces hymns from congregations across the country as well as the Senior School Choir of the Year.
David Grant helps with the festive preparations on the Isle of Man and introduces some Manx carols and Advent hymns from the Cathedral of St German in Peel.
Aled talks to Paul Jones about how he went from being an atheist to a devout Christian. He then performs his versions of You Gotta Move and People Get Ready and leads the congregation in some popular hymns.
Sally Magnussonis with young people in Wigan as they get ready for Christmas and make a positive difference in their community.
Aled Jones is at the Royal Albert Hall for the Big Sing: The UK’s Top Ten Carols.