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20080803

From the Church of the Good Shepherd, Belfast. With Father Gerry Patton and Capella Caeciliana, directed by Donal McCrisken.

20080831

From Mourne Presbyterian Church, Kilkeel, County Down. Conducted by the Rev William Bingham.

20080914

A religious service for Sunday morning from the studio in Broadcasting House, presented by Rev David Kerr. Reader is Susie Kelly.

20080928

A religious service for Sunday morning from First Bangor Presbyterian Church, conducted by Rev Willis Cordner.

20081019

From Holy Trinity Church, Glencraig. The Preacher is Rev Paul Hewitt.

20081102

Parish Mass from the Church of the Sacred Heart, Oldpark Road, Belfast. The Celebrant and Preacher is Father Ciaran Dallat.

20081116

Choral Eucharist with the Lowry Singers from St Patrick's Parish Church, Donaghmore, Co. Tyrone. The Celebrant and Preacher is Rev Peter Thompson.

20081123

A religious service for Sunday morning.

20081221

Parish Mass from St Oliver Plunkett Church, Clady, Portglenone.

Parish Mass from St Oliver Plunkett Church, Clady, Portglenone. The Celebrant and Preacher is Father Oliver Crilly.

20081228

A service from the studio in Broadcasting House, presented by Rev Richard Hill.

A service from the studio in Broadcasting House for the last Sunday of the year. Presented by Rev Richard Hill.

20090111

A religious service for a Sunday morning.

20090208

Said Matins from St Mark's Church, Dundela, Belfast, conducted by Rev John McDowell.

20090301

Holy Communion from St Bartholomew's Church, Stranmillis, Belfast. Conducted by the Rev Dr Ron Elsdon and Rev Janice Elsdon.

Holy Communion from St Bartholomew's Church, Stranmillis, Belfast.

20090329

From Enniskillen Presbyterian Church, conducted by Rev David Cupples.

20091011

From Ulsterville Presbyterian Church, Lisburn Road, Belfast, conducted by the Rev Ian Hull.

From Ulsterville Presbyterian Church, Lisburn Road, Belfast, conducted by the Rev Ian Hull

20101017

20111106

From Hillsborough Elim Church, conducted by Jimmy Ritchie.

From Hillsborough Elim Church, conducted by Jimmy Ritchie.

20120429

A religious reflection for a Sunday morning.

20171029

A service to mark the beginning of the Reformation. Presented by Rev Dr Bert Tosh.

Five hundred years ago, on the 31st October 1517, unknown German Augustinian friar Martin Luther published a document containing 95 theses on the subject of indulgences. That event is now generally regarded as the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Rev Dr Bert Tosh looks at Luther's spiritual journey, and the principles that were to drive the Reformation. The service also examines the fascinating mixture that was Luther the man and has extracts from his many writings. Reader is Etta Halliday.