Daily highlights from Steve Wright's afternoon show on BBC Radio 2. Featuring chat with top showbiz guests.
Fri, 13 Dec 13
7 days remaining
Steve and the team chat to the king of one-liners Tim Vine plus actress Marti Webb discusses a new production of Tell Me On A Sunday.
Thu, 12 Dec 13
6 days remaining
Steve and the team chat to actor Anthony Head about playing the role of a centaur in his latest movie. Plus actress Birgitte Hjort Sørensen is on the show talking about hit Danish series Borgen, which is currently on BBC Four. There are also some smashing Thursday Factoids.
Wed, 11 Dec 13
5 days remaining
Steve and Tim chat to the US pop megastar Katy Perry about her latest album and how much she loves being in the UK. They also have actor and musician Laurence Fox on the show talking about his latest West End play Strangers on a Train and he reveals news about ITV drama Lewis.
Tue, 10 Dec 13
4 days remaining
Steve and the team chat to Have I Got News For You team captain Ian Hislop about his latest book. There's also broadcaster Clare Balding looking ahead to the 60th BBC Sports Personality of the Year. Plus we've got some more smashing Factoids.
Mon, 9 Dec 13
3 days remaining
Steve and Tim chat to popstar Olly Murs about his latest album, tour and his new shed. There's also comedian and radio presenter Patrick Kielty with all the latest on the BBC Radio New Comedy Award. Plus The Old Woman returns for some Factoids.
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