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It's catalan beef stew with chocolate from resident chef Nigel Barden in Foodie Thursday.
Author Marian Keyes is Simon's special guest for his new feature 'Desert Island Books'.
Celebrating the BBC's My Generation 1970s Season it's a special 70s Tunesday!
David Essex drops in to see Simon to chat about his debut novel 'Faded Glory'.
Simon Mayo launches the weekend with All Request Friday.
Goats cheese and caramelised onion tart is served up by resident chef Nigel Barden.
Ken Hom drops in to Drivetime to discuss his autobiography 'My Stir-Fried Life'.
Author Anthony Horowitz chats to Simon about his new book 'Magpie Murders'.
Bestselling author Robert Harris joins Simon for his second time in the Radio 2 Book Club.
Old-fashioned Goan vindaloo is on the menu from chef Nigel Barden on 'Foodie Thursday'.
Marc Almond is Simon's guest, discussing the release of a new career-spanning CD boxset.
Tunesday = listen to your favourite long songs between 6pm and 6.30pm.
Actor and presenter Sir Tony Robinson talks about his autobiography No Cunning Plan.
Blackberry and apple bake is served up by resident chef Nigel Barden for Foodie Thursday.
Monty Don chats about 'My Family And Other Dogs', his new book on life as an animal lover.
Derren Brown drops in to discuss his new book Happy, plus there'll be another Confession.
Simon welcomes author Laure Eve to the Book Club to discuss her new YA novel The Graces.
Turkish Eggs, yoghurt, chorizo butter and mint are on the menu with chef Nigel Barden.
Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Ron Howard join Simon to discuss a new Beatles documentary
Comedian David Baddiel pops in to chat about his new live show My Family: Not The Sitcom.
Resident cook Nigel Barden serves up a dish for Foodie Thursday.
Superstar historian Yuval Noah Harari joins Simon to discuss the future of humanity.
Nadiya Hussain joins Simon to talk about her new book Bake Me a Story.
Simon features The Last Days of Jack Sparks, our latest Book Club choice by Jason Arnopp.