Songs Of Praise

2018
29:00

A Tale Of Six Towns

3.3 44 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.
29:00

Beverley Minster

3.0 45 x
East Yorkshire's most impressive church is the setting for hymns old and new as Aled Jones visits the ancient market town of Beverley, and introduces some very special guests.
29:00

Enduring Hymns

4.0 28 x
Wynne Evans, Melanie Marshall, Wallingford Parish Church Choir and the congregation of Wesley Memorial Church in Oxford illustrate why hymns continue to inspire.
29:00

Colchester Ancient & Modern

4.0 23 x
Pam Rhodes discovers how the Essex town of Colchester, steeped in Roman history, is facing a high-tech future. Plus hymns both ancient and modern, and a performance from new opera star Noah Stewart.
30:00

Easter Praise

3.0 20 x
Aled Jones celebrates Easter Sunday from St Mary's Church in Portsmouth with glorious Easter hymns, festive readings and guest singers Paul Jones, Ramin Karimloo and Laura Wright.
29:00

Mountainous Wales

3.0 32 x
Connie Fisher explores the stunning Welsh landscape, meets people who have faced some uphill challenges and introduces hymns from Llandaff Cathedral and Welsh singers Cerys Matthews, Steve Balsamo and Elin Manahan Thomas.
29:00

Harrogate

4.0 19 x
Pam Rhodes visits the elegant town of Harrogate which, in its Victorian heyday, was a magnet for the rich and famous.
29:00

Fife's Future

3.0 9 x
Sally Magnusson discovers remarkable signs of hope on her final journey around the Kingdom of Fife and introduces hymns and songs from Dunfermline Abbey, St Andrews University and singer Ian White.
29:00

Fife's Finest

4.0 14 x
Prince William's former university tutor talks to Sally Magnusson in St Andrews, the home of golf, with hymns from St Salvator's Chapel and Dunfermline Abbey.
27:00

Fife's Famous

4.5 18 x
Sally Magnusson makes her first visit to the historic Kingdom of Fife in Scotland. With hymns and songs from Dunfermline Abbey, St Andrews University and singer Julie Fowlis.
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