Songs of Praise is a BBC Television religious programme that presents Christian hymns which first aired in October 1961. From November 2014 the programme format changed, adopting more of a magazine format. The stated intention was to evolve the series to reflect the wider Christian audience across the country. Music remains at the heart of the series but is more varied in style, reflecting the broad range of Christian genres in each programme and across the series; there is no longer a single location where the music and stories come from each week. This new format replaced the previous version which included congregations from churches and cathedrals singing hymns whilst the presenter explores that week's theme, all from the same location. The white flowers and candles suggest church and the silver notes the singing of the hymns.
Songs of Praise
‘What shall we watch tonight?’
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