Art historian Dr. Paul Binski visits Leicester and north London to see examples of Hindu and Jain art.
The Greek Orthodox church St Sophia's in London's Regent's Park.
Cambridge art historian Paul Binski considers Liverpool's two contrasting Cathedrals: the neo-Gothic Anglican building and its ultra-modern Catholic neighbour.
Paul Binski visits Coventry and Chichester cathedrals to explore how the period after World War II saw the birth of a new modern style of religious architecture.
Art historian Dr. Paul Binski goes to Brighton and Kilburn Park, north London, to see two missionary churches.
Paul Binski visits St Giles in Cheadle and the Free Church in Glasgow to witness how two great architects shunned Victorian industrialism and returned to the architectural styles of the past.
Paul Binski visits Stanmore in North London and Great Witley, Worcestershire, to view two of the most extravagant Baroque churches in the country.
An investigation into some of the churches and places of worship designed and built by Christopher Wren following the Great Fire of London.
Paul Binski contrasts the lavish chapel at King's College, Cambridge with much simpler post-Reformation churches in Little Gidding and Leighton Bromswold.
Paul Binski visits churches in Oxfordshire and Norfolk in search of ecclesiastical wall paintings dating back to before the Reformation, when most paintings of this type were whitewashed.
A look at how church art moved on from the grotesque gargoyles of the 14th century to the more sophisticated stained-glass art of the 15th century.
A look at the rival cathedrals of England, York and Canterbury.
Paul Binski visits Lincoln Cathedral, which was redesigned in the 13th century, and Wells Cathedral.
Paul Binski travels to Winchester Cathedral and visits Fountains Abbey in rural Yorkshire, built by the Cistercian Monks.