This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Wichita Lineman by Glen Campbell and Ray Charles.
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Photographer Clive Boursnell and musician Esperanza Spalding.
‘Whose London’ on streets and photographer Simon Barker.
‘Your Old School’ is Old Palace School and musician Nell Bryden.
Actress Sadie Frost and book reviews with Alex Clark.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Jerry Lee Lewis.
This week’s Cover To Cover is The Tracks Of My Tears by The Miracles and Linda Ronstadt.
Author Wendy Wallace, broadcaster Alan Dein and actress Jill Halfpenny.
Live from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show with St John Stephens and Maxwell Hutchinson.
Listed Londoner managing director of the Barbican Nicholas Kenyon and The Zombies.
Musician Graham Gouldman and St John Stephens on gardening.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is the Pet Shop Boys.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Tower Of Song by Leonard Cohen and Tom Jones.
Writer Jonathan Kydd and journalist and author Jimmy Burns.
‘Whose London’ on water and musician Robert Glasper.
'Your Old School’ is Archbishop Tenison's School.
History teacher Victoria Gallagher and authors Lindsey German and John Rees.
Musician JD McPherson, this week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Suzanne Vega and author Peter York.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is I’m Her Daddy by Bill Withers and Mario Biondi.
Russell Clarke on Ian Dury and musician Melody Gardot.
‘Whose London’ on coffee, Maxwell Hutchinson on architecture and The Proclaimers.
Russell Henderson M.B.E is in and My Darling Clementine perform live.
Tony Travers is in and the historians take a look at London's election history.
Robert is joined by journalist Andrew Martin, Johnny Homer and Polish singer Basia.
With Damon Smith, Claudia Hammond, 'Cover to Cover' and live music from Marlon Roudette.
Roberts talks to author Peter Prescott and the legendary Cilla Black plus live music.
With Maxwell Hutchinson, Vanessa Valley and live music from Quantic and ALice Russell