This uplifting musical drama follows the struggles of a small town choir, a family and their community. Set against a backdrop of soaring choruses, uplifting arias and infectious melodies, it is another triumph for Debbie Horsfield, the writer of 'Cutting It' and 'True Dare Kiss'. In a town in the north of England the sparky but self-effacing Esther (Sarah Lancashire) sings her heart out in the local choir - a disparate collective whose enthusiasm far outweighs its musical ability, conducted by her husband, the charismatic and inspiring Michael (Neil Pearson). Full-time mother to teens Fred, Georgia and the troubled but musically gifted Kyle (Richard Fleeshman), Esther nimbly juggles the demands of clashing choral egos and chaotic family life. That is, until glamorous soprano Layla (Sarah Alexander) arrives on the scene, tearing apart the harmony of the choir. As Esther's life is turned upside down she unwittingly finds herself at the heart of an eclectic troupe of misfits, united only by their passion for music. So, with support from the unconventional new curate, Jake Barton (Bryan Dick), she sets about creating something new, unexpected and utterly inspirational.