Russell celebrates the art, craft and inspiration of the popular song.
Russell Davies says farewell to Jane Harvey, Marian McPartland and David Jacobs.
Russell Davies plays some September songs and says goodbye to Rita Reys.
Russell Davies and a show with a quasi-Viennese flavour... well, sort of!
Russell Davies asks 'Who were Otto Harbach and Bob Crosby?', and then finds out!
Russell Davies with music from 1927 to the latest Madeleine Peyroux.
Russell Davies delivers a Sentimental Sandwich and many more tasty treats.
Russell Davies bids adieu to keyboard giants Paul Smith and Bengt Hallberg.
Russell Davies Says It on Sunday with Kisses, Cheese and A Purple Cow!
Russell Davies Makin' Whoopee...Close To You...Three O'Clock in the Morning!
Russell Davies recalls Coronation Day, Johnnie Ray and some cute etchings.
Russell Davies focusses on Texas, with Willie Nelson, Stan Freberg and many others.
Russell Davies features Tin Pan Alley, with Max and Bernard in Winkle Picker Shoes Blues.
Doodle-De-Doo to the Ho-Ho Song; all life is here!
Ella, Sinatra, Brook Benton, Bing; he goes for that!
Trains, axes and Hot Lips provide Russell Davies with subject matter.
From Crazy Mixed Up Song to The 1,000 Islands Song.
Fran, Frankie, Francis, Frances and Fransisco in Song.
Russell explores Mel Torme and Frankie Laine. Plus, time changes!
Musical salutes to Kenny Ball, Dave Frishberg and Eddie Lang.
Russell celebrates St Patrick's Day in popular music. Plus, who is Hannah Williams?
Russell covers popular music history, from Harry Barris to Mike Stoller.
Russell Davies remembers Ella Logan, Patsy Cline and the Comedy Harmonists.
Russell features songs from Duke Ellington and Jack Jones.
Russell pays a late tribute to Patti Andrews and ponders the subject of flat feet.