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BBC Week 39: 25 September-1 October 2010

BBC RADIO 1XTRA LIVE – Ace And Vis

BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra

Saturday 25 September, 4.00pm. The UK's biggest free urban music event sees performances from a mixture of home-grown talent such as N-Dubz, Tinchy Stryder, Tinie Tempah and Roll Deep, plus US chart-toppers Jason Derulo and B.o.B. The exciting line-up also includes some of the freshest emerging artists bursting on to the urban music scene at the moment such as Jamaican reggae singer Gyptian, grime lyricist Devlin, Katy B and Labrinth. Ace and Vis kick off the proceedings from 4pm with a special warm-up show, live from Wembley.

BBC RADIO 1XTRA LIVE – 1Xtra Live Show

BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra

Saturday 25 September, 7.00pm. Trevor Nelson, Gemma, Westwood and MistaJam bring listeners the ultimate backstage pass from BBC Radio 1Xtra Live, with interviews from performers including N-Dubz, Tinchy Stryder and Tinie Tempah.

Aled Jones With Good Morning Sunday

BBC Radio 2

Sunday 26 September, 6.00am. Aled Jones welcomes comedian Tim Vine, brother of BBC Radio 2 presenter Jeremy, and finds out about his life and his Christian faith.

Any Questions?

BBC Radio 4

Friday 1 October, 8.00pm. This week from Michael Hall School, East Sussex.

Bob Harris

BBC Radio 2

Saturday 25 September, 12.00midnight. Ricky Ross, of Deacon Blue fame, sits in for Bob Harris this week and is joined by Radiohead's Philip Selway, who talks to Ricky about his new album, Famillial.

Bob Harris Country

BBC Radio 2

Thursday 30 September, 7.00pm. Singer-songwriter Eilen Jewell, whose latest project pays tribute to the Queen of Country, Loretta Lynn, joins Bob Harris tonight.

The Craig Charles Funk And Soul Show

BBC 6 Music

Saturday 25 September, 7.00pm. Craig Charles welcomes Mississippi-born blues and soul singer Syl Johnson to the show, with Inverness band Leonard Jones Potential in session.

Dermot O'Leary

BBC Radio 2

Saturday 25 September, 3.00pm. Dermot O'Leary has live sessions from Sir Tom Jones and soulful jazz-styled popstress, Australian singer-songwriter Sia.

HARDtalk

BBC News channel

Monday 27 September to Friday 1 October, 4.30am & 11.30pm. Stephen Sackur interviews...
Monday – Hugh Hendry, CEO, Eclectica Asset Management.
Tuesday – Bob Crow, General Secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union.
Wednesday – Simon Hughes MP, Deputy Leader, Liberal Democrats.
Friday – Patrick Bury, Former Captain, Royal Irish Regiment.

Jamie Cullum

BBC Radio 2

Tuesday 28 September, 7.00pm. Marshall Allen, the current leader of the Sun Ra Arkestra, looks back over his career with Sun Ra and talks about the way the Arkestra have developed over the years, as Jamie Cullum continues to showcase his love for all types of jazz.

Jools Holland

BBC Radio 2

Monday 27 September, 11.00pm. Up-and-coming singer Rumer joins Jools Holland this week.

Later Live With Jools Holland

BBC Two and BBC HD

Tuesday 28 September, 10.00pm. Jools Holland is joined by Jamiroquai, KT Tunstall, San Diego's Delta Spirit, Manchester's Everything Everything and Ray Lamontagne & The Prairie Dogs.

Lauren Laverne

BBC 6 Music

Monday 27 September, 10.00am. Electronica four-piece Fenech Solar join Andrew Collins, who is sitting in for Lauren Laverne

Lauren Laverne

BBC 6 Music

Wednesday 29 September, 10.00am. Andrew Collins, who sits in for Lauren Laverne, is joined by The Charlatans, who also perform live.

Love Bollywood With Raj And Pablo

BBC Asian Network

Saturday 25 September, 9.00am. Raj and Pablo are in conversation with Aamir Khan, one of India's most celebrated actors, on today's show.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Wednesday 29 September, 7.00pm. Sweet Baboo – AKA Stephen Black from the mountains of North Wales – are in session in tonight's programme.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Tuesday 28 September, 4.00pm. Liverpool lads Clinicare are in session on Marc Riley's show, as part of their Bubblegum Tour.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Thursday 30 September, 7.00pm. US band Deer Tick perform live in the studio on Marc Riley's show tonight.

Mike Harding

BBC Radio 2

Wednesday 29 September, 7.00pm. Mike Harding chats to English singer and musician Pete Coe about his new album, Backbone.

Mock The Week

BBC Two

Thursday 30 September, 10.00pm. Host Dara O Briain and regulars Russell Howard, Andy Parsons and Hugh Dennis are joined by guests Jack Whitehall and Chris Addison.

Nemone

BBC 6 Music

Monday 27 September, 1.00pm. Alison Moyet joins Nemone this lunchtime.

Nemone

BBC 6 Music

Tuesday 28 September, 1.00pm. Nemone's guests today are Basque-ravers Crystal Fighters, who bring ancient Basque folk music roaring into the 21st century implanting it with electro and bass.

Nemone

BBC 6 Music

Friday 1 October, 1.00pm. Jo Good sits in for Nemone and welcomes cabaret artist Chaz Royal, head honcho of The Twisted Cabaret Festival, alongside festival performer Dusty Limits.

The New Arts Show With Claudia Winkleman

BBC Radio 2

Friday 1 October, 10.00pm. Claudia Winkleman talks to author Jacqueline Wilson about her new book, The Longest Whale Song.

Question Time

BBC One

Thursday 30 September, 10.35pm. This week introduced by David Dimbleby from Manchester. The panel features Conservative Party Chair Baroness Warsi; Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats Simon Hughes MP; Labour leadership contender Diane Abbott MP; historian David Starkey; and the Hollywood actor Brian Cox.

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Monday 27 September, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie embark on a bold new challenge for 2010, walking more than 80 miles of England's Jurassic Coastline. Tonight's guests are include folk troubadour Billy Bragg, up-and-coming British singer Eliza Doolittle.

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Tuesday 28 September, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie continue their bold new challenge, walking over 80 miles of the Jurassic coastline, and are joined by Steve Knightley and Phil Beer, who form the BBC Radio 2 Folk Award-winning acoustic roots duo Show Of Hands.

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Wednesday 29 September, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie are in Sidmouth, home to a week-long folk festival in summer, in this third live travelogue of their bold new challenge – walking over 80 miles of the Jurassic coastline. Tonight's special guests are Squeeze.

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Thursday 30 September, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie reach the finale of their Jurassic adventure, broadcasting live from Exmouth after 80-plus miles on the road. Tonight, they're joined by Scottish singer-songwriter and former Orange Juice front-man Edwyn Collins and Fisherman's Friends, whose album deal and subsequent chart success will soon provide the focus of an Ealing Studios film.

Simon Mayo

BBC Radio 2

Monday 27 September, 5.00pm. Travis front-man Fran Healy joins Simon Mayo and performs two songs live.

Simon Mayo

BBC Radio 2

Tuesday 28 September, 5.00pm. Sir Bob Geldof joins Simon Mayo in the Drivetime studio tonight.

Guests are subject to change. Page last updated at 3.05pm on
30 September 2010

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