Josie d'Arby finds out how Christians in the Gypsy and Traveller community express their faith, and enjoys the rich heritage inside Britain's only Romany museum.
As the Notting Hill Carnival celebrates its 50th anniversary, Robert Beckford finds out about the Christian origins of carnival and meets the people who put their faith into the festival. Plus music from across the country and a special performance by Heather Small.
It is the big day for Aled Jones and the winners of the Rugby League Challenge Cup Fans Choir Competition as they step on to the pitch at Wembley to sing Abide with Me, accompanied by 80,000 fans at the Challenge Cup final.
To mark Mother Teresa being canonised, Ann Widdecombe explores the making of a saint, and we meet a former orphan who owes his life to Mother Teresa's care. Plus inspirational hymns and music from across the UK.
On the 15th anniversary of 9/11, Sally Magnusson meets Christians who have responded with faith, hope and love in the face of attacks on their freedom. And Terry Waite reflects on 25 years since his release from captivity. Hymns include How Deep the Father's Love and There Is a Redeemer.
It is London Fashion Week, and David Grant is on the catwalk in Old Spitalfields Market to meet models with a difference. TV reverend Kate Bottley tries out some couture clergy wear.
The Great Fire of London in 1666 was described as an act of God, Pam Rhodes explores why and discovers the new city churches that formed the heart of the city that rose from the ashes.
With inspirational hymns and music from across the UK.
Pam Rhodes is at the former Rowntree's chocolate factory in York, discovering how the Rowntree family supported wartime Quakers facing imprisonment as conscientious objectors. Hymns include Mighty to Save and How Deep the Father's Love.
Fabulous favourite hymns, old and new, from the spectacular Royal Albert Hall, with guest stars Michael Ball and Alfie Boe, Laura Mvula and the Priests.
TV vicar Rev Kate Bottley goes behind the scenes at London's iconic Billingsgate Fish Market as she prepares for a Harvest Festival of the Sea. With inspirational hymn-singing and music from across the UK.
To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, which claimed the lives of 144 people, including 116 children, Aled Jones hears from two people speaking for the first time about the day that changed their lives and shocked the world.
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