Professor of gastrognomy Nigel Barden joins Simon to cook up another tasty dish.
Dr Mosh delivers a massive Middle-Age Mosh for her Majesty, and Simon talks Zebra burgers.
The Modfather himself, Paul Weller, live in session on Drivetime.
Jess Richards joins Simon in the Radio 2 Book Club to discuss her debut novel Snake Ropes.
Simon and the team present another All Request Friday, where you pick the tunes.
Nigel cooks up a melanzane, and we get into a sunny mood with a brand new Beach Boys song.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Drivetime - Simon is joined by Simon Jones and Geoff McGovern.
A whole lotta Griff Rhys-Jones, talking archaeology and long-lost roads.
Midge Ure joins Simon in the studio and Paul Gambaccini pays tribute to Robin Gibb.
Simon and the team bring you another All Request Friday, where you pick the tunes.
Nigel rustles up a rich rum baba while Pete Waterman mourns the death of Donna Summer.
One of the great new voices of 2012, Emeli Sande, joins Simon in the studio to play live.
Felicity Kendal talks about her career and admits to owning Lederhosen.
Mark Haddon joins Simon Mayo for the Radio 2 Book Club to discuss his latest novel.
Barden's back - and he's a day early. This time he whips up a seasonal Asparagus Gratin.
Nine great enigmas, but only one Drivetime! Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks 'Paradox'.
Goodness gracious it's the GastroGnome! Nigel Barden returns with a new recipe.
It's the middle of the week, and we're feeling middle-aged... what should we do? Mosh!
Founder member of Genesis, Tony Banks, joins us to talk about his new orchestral album.
Don your reading glasses as Simon brings you another page-turner in the Book Club.
It's your choice of tunes tonight as Simon and the team present another All Request Friday
Get your apron on - Simon welcomes gastrognome Nigel Barden back to the studio.
Queen of the Bumbles, Kate Humble, joins us to talk bees and honey.
Yes, Chief! Drivetime welcomes the Chieftans and the Secret Sisters, who play live.
Simon welcomes Louis Theroux to the studio to discuss his latest series 'Extreme Love'.
Entertainment, information, intelligent conversation and audience interaction.
Another gastronomic explosion with Nigel Barden cooking vegetarian 'mee goreng'.