Experience a chorus of heavenly voices, divine worship and inspirational people including Stuart Townend and Kristyna Myles as Songs of Praise journeys to the far corners of the UK in search of Glorious Hymns.
PORTSMOUTH PEOPLE: Diane Louise Jordan visits Portsmouth, the UK's only island city. She meets novice sailors aboard a tall ship, encounters sea creatures and introduces hymns from St Mary's Church, Portsea.
GRANDPARENTS: Pam Rhodes meets the granddaughter of Call the Midwife author, Jennifer Worth, who's been inspired by her grandmother's example and introduces hymns from Coventry Cathedral with music by Peter Howarth from the Hollies.
BRIGHTON: Stuart Townend leads the singing at Brighton's Church of Christ the King, while Aled Jones meets a mum with a high-flying career and a seaside artist finding inspiration in the heavens.
SCOTTISH VOICES: Sally Magnusson meets Paul Mealor, who composed music for the 2011 royal wedding and the Military Wives choir and introduces hymns and songs from the boys of the National Youth Choirs of Scotland gathered in Dunblane Cathedral.
OLD CHURCH NEW CHURCH: David Grant explores the past, present and future of the Church in Stoke-on-Trent and introduces modern and traditional hymns from Longton Methodist Central Hall with performances by Kristyna Myles and Stuart Pendred.
A FEAST OF CAROLS: A selection of carols by candlelight and Christmas readings from St Mark's Church, Maida Vale, London, featuring mezzo soprano Katherine Jenkins, singing Angels From The Realms Of Glory and Sleep Quietly My Jesus and Britain's Got Talent sensations Only Boys Aloud with a new arrangement of Little Drummer Boy.
This is a Region 4 disc, the local region for Australia.