Neil Sedaka performs hits from his rock 'n' roll days and his later, more lyrical age. (R)
A look back at the 1950s, a decade often seen as having the wildest pop music of all time. (R)
Placebo live in 1998, plus Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan, and The Free Association.
BBC Radio 6 Music
43/52 Alan Freeman takes a look at the controversy generated by militant forms of rap.
Ymunwch yn yr hwyl bob bore gyda Dafydd Meredydd a Caryl Parry Jones.
BBC Radio Cymru
Bryan Burnett looks to Sochi and the Winter Olympics for inspiration.
BBC Radio Scotland FM, Highlands and Islands only
Alex Goodlad and Rory Gillies present an eclectic mix of funk, disco and soul.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Shetland
BBC Radio Scotland except FM, Highlands and Islands
1979 saw disco, new wave, 2 Tone, reggae, rock, folk and electro all make the top five. (R)
Green Gartside sits in for Gideon Coe and plays archive sessions and tracks.
Dwy awr o gerddoriaeth a sgwrs hwyliog yng nghwmni Geraint Lloyd.
Iain Anderson with country, folk, blues, soul and rock 'n' roll.
BBC Radio Scotland
Stuart Bailie delivers an eclectic mix of bluegrass, punk, cajun, folk, blues and soul.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
44/52 Alan Freeman celebrates women's contribution to popular music.
2/10 Featuring Bob Marley and the Wailers, Steel Pulse, Janet Kay and other hit reggae acts. (R)
Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.
Deep Purple in London in 1974, plus Fast Freddie's Fingertips and Mystery Jets.
Elizabeth Alker takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
Tuesday 18 February 2014