Songs Of Praise

November 2017
29:00

Top Ten Hymns

3.0 32 x
Aled Jones counts down the UK's top ten favourite hymns & hears from musicians, writers & performers as to why these hymns are so popular. Contributors include Simon Lole, Ken Burton and the Rev Professor June Boyce-Tillman.
28:00

Windsor Castle

3.0 27 x
Diane Louise Jordan visits Windsor Castle to discover what life is like within the walls. An Irish Guard, a professional photographer and a volunteer steward provide a glimpse of this world famous tourist attraction.
29:00

Harrogate

3.0 16 x
Pam Rhodes visits the elegant town of Harrogate which, in its Victorian heyday, was a magnet for the rich and famous.
October 2017
28:00

From Glasgow By Foot

4.0 57 x
Sally Magnusson samples the West Highland Way, a one-hundred mile walk through Scotland's stunning landscape between Fort William and Loch Lomond.
29:00

From Glasgow By Train

4.0 55 x
Sally Magnusson enjoys one of Scotland's most spectacular railway journeys, visiting Oban, Fort William and Mallaig.
29:00

From Glasgow By Boat

3.0 33 x
Sally Magnusson begins the first of three journeys in the beautiful West Highlands of Scotland, and heads for the islands of Cumbrae and Bute.
September 2017
28:00

Meet The Musicians

3.0 30 x
Diane Louise Jordan meets three musicians - a cellist, a trumpeter and a percussionist - to discover how music inspires their lives.
29:00

Irish Voices

3.0 27 x
Eamonn Holmes returns to Bangor in Northern Ireland, where he recounts tales of childhood holidays by the sea, and introduces special guest Daniel O'Donnell, who recalls his own boyhood. Plus rousing hymns from County Down.
30:00

Calderdale

2.5 24 x
There are surprises in store for Aled Jones on a mystery tour in West Yorkshire, involving all kinds of transport & people who are passionate about the beautiful Calder Valley. Plus glorious hymn singing from Halifax Minster.
29:00

A Tale Of Six Towns

3.5 27 x
David Grant explores the six towns that make up the city of Stoke-on-Trent and the legacy of some of the area's greatest names, such as Josiah Wedgewood and Stanley Matthews.
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