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Professor Michael Trimble reveals the research behind his book Why Humans Like to Cry.
Are we more like a camel or a sponge? Chris learns about the wonders of water.
After a weekend of bird-watching, Chris is back for another jam-packed week of shows.
The 500 Words launch week comes to a close with our final judge Charlie Higson.
Frank Cottrell Boyce, the man who wrote the Olympics Opening Ceremony, joins 500 Words.
500 Words launch week continues with Chris talking to new judge Malorie Blackman.
As 500 Words launch week continues, Chris catches up with Dame Jacqueline Wilson.
Alex Jones, Helen Skelton and Richard Hammond help get 500 Words underway for 2013.
It's all about the music today! Plus four for the price of one in today's history lesson.
Tickets for CarFest North and South go on sale - check out bbc.co.uk/pudsey for more info.
The newly appointed Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley speaks to Vassos.
Vassos breaks the news that Gordon Strachan is the new Scotland manager!
Gok Wan is our Mystery Guest, here to talk pencil skirts.
Alfie Boe joins the show for Breakfast ahead of Les Miserables opening in cinemas.
The temperature is low but the energy is high in the studio! How are you keeping warm?
Chris kicks off Why Not Wednesday with an energetic '80s disco throwback.
Chris plays the new single from birthday boy David Bowie, his first release in a decade!
Chris and the gang are back for a new year of nearly new shows. Who's back to work today?
Love, love, love. Love is all you need. Love and a cup of tea and Richard Allinson.
Pushing our canoe onto the Amazon of life armed with nothing but our paddle of music.
Day Two of 2013. Richard has come into Radio 2 to present a Breakfast Show.
Aspirin? Check. Splitting headache? Check. Pile of awesome rock records to play? Check!