Bryan Burnett plays essential music chosen by listeners.
Gerry Marsden talks about 1960s fashions, plus Bryan Burnett plays 1960s song requests.
Bryan Burnett asks which songs best celebrate the strength of the written word.
Bryan Burnett asks listeners what songs best describe their jobs.
Bryan Burnett asks which duets deserved to top the charts.
Bryan Burnett rewinds to the 1980s with favourite hits from the decade.
Bryan Burnett asks listeners what albums they play from start to finish.
Bryan Burnett with the songs that you love but have never bought.
Ross Macfadyen sits in for Bryan Burnett and plays songs about outer space.
Bryan Burnett creates a playlist of essential summer songs.
Bryan Burnett asks listeners what songs and bands their siblings introduced to them.
Bryan Burnett plays songs celebrating a summer of sport.
Vinyl sales are rising, so Bryan Burnett asks about listeners' recent vinyl purchases.
Bryan Burnett plays songs about the colours of the rainbow.
Bryan Burnett plays essential songs about brothers and sisters.
Bryan Burnett plays the essential protest songs to motivate listeners.
Bryan Burnett with the songs from the school common room.
Bryan Burnett with the music you enjoyed for free.
Bryan Burnett plays listeners' favourite songs with 'love' in the title.
Bryan Burnett plays farming-related songs.
Bryan Burnett celebrates the piano in pop music.
Bryan Burnett plays tracks by artists from around the world.
Bryan Burnett plays songs about long-distance relationships.
Bryan Burnett plays artists who have released entire albums of cover versions.
Michelle McManus sits in for Bryan Burnett and plays artists known by stage names.
Bryan Burnett asks listeners about the big bands they saw in small venues.