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Songs Of Praise

2019
29:00

Carols From Yorkshire

3.0 9 x
The Huddersfield Choral Society, Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus, Kate Rusby and The Priests join Aled Jones as he explores the story of some popular Christmas carols.
29:00

New Lanark

3.0 8 x
The Reverend Kate Bottley visits New Lanark, 25 miles south of Glasgow, where in 1786 Christian businessman David Dale ran one of the most successful cotton mills in Scottish history.
29:00

Christianity And Cancer

4.0 1 x
Sean Fletcher and the Rev Kate Bottley hear how the Christian faith sustains those affected by cancer. Hymns include God Is Love, His the Care.
30:00

Amazing Faith

4.0 3 x
Sean Fletcher is in Alton in Staffordshire to visit a Catholic youth retreat centre which raises self-esteem, and builds and strengthens friendships.
29:00

Christian Holidays

4.0 4 x
Josie d'Arby visits Lee Abbey retreat centre in Devon to learn why Christians take their holidays there and why it attracts people from all over the world.
28:00

Love Thy Neighbour

4.0 8 x
Aled Jones is on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, exploring its history and seeing how Jesus' teaching 'Love Thy Neighbour' is being put into action in the community.
29:00

Birmingham

3.0 4 x
Reverend Kate Bottley is in Birmingham to hear how Christianity is at work in this modern multicultural city.
29:00

Mental Health - Winchester

4.0 9 x
Katherine Jenkins joins a Christian retreat and Sean Fletcher meets Reverend Richard Coles, who talks about his struggles with mental health.
28:00

Nottingham

3.0 10 x
A trip to Nottingham leads Aled to uncover the Christian history of the underground caves and we learn how the legendary Robin Hood may very well have had a Christian faith.
29:00

Whitby

3.0 20 x
The Rev Kate Bottley visits Whitby, North Yorkshire to discover how Quaker values impacted Captain James Cook's life, and how the life of St Hilda of Whitby influenced the town.
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