Music Played13 items
Madness - Divine Madness, Virgin
The Pierces Glorious
(CD Single), Polydor, 1
Julian Lennon Too Late For Goodbyes
The Greatest Love Vol.2 (Various), Charisma
Gordon Lightfoot If You Could Read My Mind
If You Could Read My Mind, Reprise
Nerina Pallot Put Your Hands Up
(CD Single), Geffen, 1
Glen Campbell Walls
Meet Glen Campbell, Capitol, 2
The Andrew Oldham Orchestra The Last Time
The Rolling Stones Songbook
Elvis Costello Watching The Detectives
Elvis Costello & Attractions- The Man, Imp Records
Panic Of Girls, Phasm 8, 1
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark Souvenir
The Best Of O.M.D., Virgin, 4
25 Years Of Rock'n'Roll Vol.2 (1974), Connoisseur Collection
ABC When Smokey Sings
Now 1987 - The Millennium Series, EMI
Jonathan Jeremiah Heart Of Stone
(CD Single), Island, 1
Ken Clarke, Justice Secretary got into trouble yesterday for suggesting that some types of rape are more serious than others.Find out more on BBC news online
We talk to someone that says that the effect of rape on the victim is always devastating, and somebody else who says that Ken Clarke might just be right.
Jeremy talks to rape campaigner Jill Saward and Christina Patterson; Independent columnist.
Should cycle helmets be made compulsory?
Do they make a difference anyway, and if they were made compulsory would this stop people from cycling?
Jeremy talks to Labour MP Emily Thornberry and Julie Townsend; Campaigns Director of the Road safety charity BRAKE.
Much of Britain is suffering from a drought. Some places have had only 10% of the usual rainfall in the last two months.Find out more in this Telegraph article
Are you somebody who's loving it or hating?
Jeremy talks to Antonio Coronato; Owner of Coronato Ice Creams, gardener Daphne Ledward, Paul Keene; Primrose Vale Pick-Your-Own strawberry farm, Angela Hill; Commercial director of Garden and Homes DirectAlan Attwood; Drought manager for the Environment Agency in Wales and David Strang; Water UK.
Two men will now face trial for the murder of Stephen Lawrence. As a result of his killing, many things in Britain have changed.Find out more on BBC news online
For the better, or for the worse?
Jeremy talks to Henry Bonsu; Broadcaster and director of Colourful Radio and writer and former police officer, GP TAYLOR.
Jeremy Vine explores what makes us human with leading thinkers and writers in this landmark BBC…