The Sandford St Martins Awards for religious broadcasting toast the best TV that deals with issues of faith. And this is your chance to vote for your favourite in the Radio Times Faith Award from the six programmes, below.
Click here to cast your vote, or see the full shortlist below:
1. The Ark (BBC1)
BBC1 A touching and impressive one-off drama telling the Flood story, by former EastEnders writer Tony Jordan.
2. Songs of Praise from the Jungle, Calais (BBC1)
Empathy and compassion shone through as Sally Magnusson and her film crew visited the makeshift church in the Calais migrant camps.
3. Call the Midwife (BBC1)
RT’s TV editor Alison Graham calls it “TV’s most subversive show”. And the series four episode in which Sister Julienne’s faith is tested when a mother refuses medicine for her baby is no exception.
4. A Song for Jenny (BBC1)
To mark the 10th anniversary of the London bombings, this factual drama with Emily Watson explored Anglican vicar Julie Nicholson’s response to her daughter’s death by the terrorists’ bombs.
5. David Suchet in the Footsteps of St Peter (BBC1)
The actor’s enthused and skilled guide to the story of Peter, as told in the gospels.
6. Children of the Gaza War (BBC2)
In 2014, more than 500 children were killed in a 51-day war. Lyse Doucet, the BBC’s chief international correspondent followed kids on both sides of the conflict, divided by religion.
The vote closes on 8th May
Click here to cast your vote, and be in with a chance of winning £1,000
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