Coldplay, Seal, Heston Blumenthal, Alexander Armstrong and Bradley Cooper join Chris.
Tickets for CarFest North and South go on sale for BBC Children In Need.
Chris launches a competition to win a pair of tickets to attend Dine and Disco 2016.
Mark Goodier sits in for Chris with music, headlines and a Pause for Thought.
Sara Cox sits in for Chris Evans with a fully interactive show for all the family.
Chris is joined by Nigella Lawson, Roger Taylor, Faithless and James Morrison.
Chris Evans presents music, news headlines, a look at the papers and a Pause for Thought.
Chris is joined by Adele, Dawn French, Guy Martin, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott.
Chris and Nick Grimshaw announce some of the 2015 BBC Music Awards line-up.
Chris Evans presents a fully interactive show for all the family.
Chris is joined by Olivia Colman, Michael Bolton, Robbie Savage and Scouting for Girls.
James Martin drops in to give Chris a flavour of his new tour.
Chris chats to singer Lulu about her upcoming tour.
Chris chats to Philippa Forrester about the harvest season.
Ken Bruce chats to Chris about a special PopMaster for Children In Need.
Chris chats to Steve Coogan, Tom Jones and Stellan Skarsgard, plus Bryan Adams in session.
Chris talks to Nadiya Hussain, the winner of the 2015 Great British Bake Off.
Chris chats to Paul Hollywood ahead of the Great British Bake Off 2015 final.
Chris chats to actor Laurence Fox about his music and the new series of Lewis.
Chris chats to Fergus Fleming about the new Bond book, based on letters from Ian Fleming.
Chris chats to Sue Perkins, Anne-Marie Duff and Ray Davies, plus live music from Lemar.
Chris chats to Geri Halliwell on the phone about a possible Spice Girls reunion tour.
Chris talks to Olympic champion Chris Hoy on the phone.
Chris dedicates the show to the Wales rugby team.