One of the country's longest-running radio programmes is to be broadcast live from Birmingham Cathedral next week.
BBC Choral Evensong, which has been broadcast from cathedrals, churches and chapels all over Britain every week for almost 80 years, will be broadcast from the cathedral next Wednesday.
Gary O'Neill, acting dean and canon liturgist, said: "We are delighted that the cathedral has featured regularly in broadcasts by the BBC, which reflects the quality and creativity of the music and worship here."
The broadcast will feature the boys' and men's sections of the Birmingham Cathedral choir under its director of music, Marcus Huxley, with organ accompaniment by assistant director Stuart Nicholson.
Mr O'Neill said: "The public are warmly invited to attend the broadcast service which begins at 4pm, but visitors must be seated by 3.15pm at the latest for the necessary sound checks."