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Songs of Praise is a BBC Television religious programme that presents Christian hymns which first aired in October 1961. The first edition was broadcast from the Tabernacle Baptist Church in Cardiff, and the series is one of the longest-running of its kind on television anywhere in the world.
Rev Kate Bottley goes open-water swimming to explore the links between faith and fitness, and there is a performance from Christian singer-songwriter Jenn Bostic.
The Rev Kate Bottley and JJ Chalmers join a charity sleep-out in Edinburgh raising funds for homeless people and meet Christians helping those who've slept rough.
Katherine Jenkins visits the stunning Salisbury Cathedral to celebrate the Christian feast day of Candlemas, and to hear how the city has found hope after last year's devastating Novichok attack. Speaking to the cathedral's canon chancellor, she discovers the meaning of the ancient feast day that commemorates the infant Jesus being presented at the temple in Jerusalem.
Sean Fletcher learns the art of candlemaking with a firm that supplies 10 million candles to churches each year.
And nearly 12 months on from the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, the cathedral's new Dean shares how the city has been united in grief and in striving for peace and reconciliation. With wonderful hymns celebrating God's light shining in the darkness.
As St Valentine's Day approaches, Katherine Jenkins visits the Tower of London where it is thought the earliest recorded valentine was written in the 15th century. She explores the tower's two beautiful chapels and meets the first female beefeater. We find out about Christian digital dating and join two young people hoping to find their valentine. Finally, Sean Fletcher hears from the couple passing on the secrets of their long and happy marriage to those planning to tie the knot, and Gregory Porter sings about love.
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