Caldey Island, Tenby and Manorbier Castle feature in the BBC's flagship religious programme Songs of Praise today (Sunday).

World-renowned classical singer, Katherine Jenkins, who has joined the Songs of Praise team as its main presenter, travels to the island off Tenby to hear about monastic life in the 21st century.

She is guided around the monastery by Brother David, one of the longest-serving monks, who is also a published poet.

The programme will also feature hymns and songs from the beach at Tenby Harbour.

Welsh girls' choir, Angelicus Celtis, will be seen performing Be Still My Soul from the stunning surroundings of Manorbier Castle.

Presenter Josie D'Arby will be interviewing John Hywel Williams, the founder of the choir, which recently reached the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent. He and his son, Jeremy Hywel, will be talking about Angelicus Celtis and the Hywel Choirs and the tragic accident which led to the loss of their wife, mother and pianist Jean Hywel.

BBC Songs of Praise from Pembrokeshire will be broadcast on BBC1 at 4.30pm today (Sunday September 10).