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he series takes audiences inside the community that is the mother church of the Anglican Communion. Viewers will glimpse an insight into the workings of the Cathedral, with access to the Dean and other clergy, together with the wider community of choristers (including the brand new all-girl choir), the stained glass conservators, stone masons, apprentices, and the many pilgrims who come here. Throughout the series, viewers will discover Canterbury Cathedral’s rhythms, history, fabric, rituals, music and treasures, and meet some of its international visitors.
|S01E01||Not Set in Stone||12/12/2014||The first in a series covering a year in the life of Canterbury Cathedral. The new archbishop Justin Welby celebrates his first Christmas in the position, the cathedral's Great South Window is taken down for restoration and a new girls' choir makes its mark after 1,400 years of male domination.|
|S01E02||Pennies from Heaven||15/12/2014||Crisis point has been reached for cathedral repairs and canon Nick, the treasurer, can only hope his application for a staggering £12 million Heritage Lottery Grant is successful. The cathedral gears up for Easter, the busiest and most important festival of the year, and the archbishop of Canterbury reaches out to austerity Britain before his famous Easter sermon|
|S01E03||Pilgrims and Progress||19/12/2014||As mother church to 85 million Anglicans worldwide, the cathedral hosts young priests from four continents in the hope of overcoming divisions and differences. Canon Clare travels to York for the vote on women bishops and the cathedral remembers the Great War.|