Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals raids his personal record collection.
BBC Radio 2
Musical tribute to Elvis, 60 years after he recorded his first single That's All Right. (R)
A look back at the 1950s, a decade often seen as having the wildest pop music of all time. (R)
Chris Hawkins presents Hazel O'Connor and her band at the BBC's Paris Theatre in 1981.
BBC Radio 6 Music
1/2 Documentary about British youth's attempts to copy American rock 'n' roll in the late 50s. (R)
The Style Council live in 1984, plus sessions from Wisdom of Harry and The Ralfe Band.
Charlie Gillett tells the musical story of New Orleans, also known as The Big Easy.
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Brian Matthew kick starts the weekend with hits, facts and obscurities from the 60s.
Owen Money presents his own brand of music and humour.
BBC Radio Wales
Wales's star of the stand-up circuit presents two hours of comedy and banter.
The music you remember from the man who never forgot for your Saturday lunchtime.
BBC Radio Cumbria
With music from Billy Fury, The Searchers, Joan Baez, Luther Vandross and Freddie McGregor
5/5 Steven Rainey and his guests peel back the skin of some of the greatest albums ever made.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Travel back in time as John Platt plays the best pop music from the 1950s to the 1980s.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Geoff marks the anniversary of the very first music event ever held at Wembley Stadium
BBC Radio Bristol
BBC Radio Cornwall
BBC Radio Devon
BBC Radio Guernsey
BBC Radio Jersey
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Nos Sadwrn gyda Wil Morgan â'ch ceisiadau.
BBC Radio Cymru
Fleetwood Mac biography.
Eamon Friel's opinionated guide to music from Louis Armstrong to Frank Zappa.
Tom Morton plays tracks associated with Russ Kunkel in A Sideman's Journey.
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
BBC Radio Scotland MW only
Profile of the singer and actress. With contributions from friends, family and colleagues. (R)
Paul Zervas and Kathryn Pepper perform some new material in a prerecorded session.
The Triffids in London in 1989, plus sessions from Brendon Benson and Kings of Oblivion.
Charlie Gillett looks at Sun Records of Memphis, a catalyst for 1950s rock and roll.