Steve Springett brings you Rock 'n' Roll Heaven. It's the best of the 1950s and 1960s.
BBC Essex, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, BBC Radio Norfolk, BBC Radio Suffolk, BBC Three Counties Radio
Paul Gadsby sits in for Bernie Keith. He's joined by Julian Clary.
BBC Radio Northampton
Join Bernie for his mid-morning music and entertainment show.
Gadders talks to local singer Charlotte Henry and Stevie Jones from the Wildfire Sessions.
Paul Gadsby sits in for Bernie Keith. He's joined by Kay Mellor and Lesley Garrett.
Paul Gadsby sits in for Bernie and is joined by Hugh Bonneville.
Steve Springett stands in, and brings you the best rock and roll of the 1950s and 1960s.
Pete Cooper sits in for Bernie and speaks to Linus Roache about Titanic.
Bernie speaks to The Antiques Roadshow's Judith Miller.
Bernie speaks to Denise Welch, who is about to tour with Steel Magnolias.
Bernie speaks to local children's author Mark Robson.
Bernie speaks to comedian Mark Steel and Michael Simkins who is in Yes, Prime Minister.
Bernie Keith brings you Rock 'n' Roll Heaven. It's the best of the 1950s and 1960s.
BBC Essex, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, BBC Radio Norfolk, BBC Radio Northampton, BBC Radio Suffolk & 1 more…
Bernie speaks to Jeffrey Archer about his latest book Sins of My Father.
Bernie speaks to Gardener's World presenter Monty Don and singer/songwriter Mark Nevin.
Bernie is joined by country group Red Sky July who play live in the studio.
Bernie speaks to historian Dr Suzannah Lipscomb about Kirby Hall and Holdenby House.
Bernie speaks Richard Vranch, one of Paul Merton's 'Impro Chums'.
Bernie speaks to Singin' In The Rain stars Adam Cooper and Scarlett Strallen.
Bernie speaks to former drummer in ELO and The Move, Bev Bevan.
Bernie chats to Hue and Cry about their new album Hot Wire.
Bernie talks to Jeremy Howe about his book MummyDaddy.
Bernie chats to Michael Pennington, starring in Sweet William at the Royal & Derngate.
Bernie chats to Charlie Landsborough about his new album, Destination.
Bernie chats to Sir Andrew Motion ahead of his visit to Northampton.