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The best clips from Radio 2
Was Ziggy part of David's persona or was Bowie living out his fantasies on stage?
Jo chats with John about visiting some of the Comic Relief projects over the last year.
American producer Tom Dowd speaks about Otis Redding recording an abum in one weekend.
Looking ahead to the London Marathon, Tony thinks about the unsung heroes in life.
Malcolm Gladwell, Jude Law, Sophie Ellis-Bexter and Paul Carrack discuss their own drive.
Jamie features a few words from Manchester-based trumpeter, and producer Matthew Halsall.
Bill Wyman chats to Claudia about his new exhibition.
David Bowie on how his announcement of his bi-sexuality affected his persona.
Jo chats with Paloma about lyric writing and the possibility of co-writing with Jake Bugg.
BBC Folk Award winners Chris While and Julie Matthews chat with Bob Harris.
Slade guitarist Dave Hill joins Ken on Tracks of My Years to pick some favourite music.
David Bowie talks about insanity, his family and his private persona.
Jo chats with Noel about David Bowie's music and why he got involved with Comic relief.
Abdul-Rehman celebrates Holy Week in the run up to Good Friday & Easter and Passover.
David Bowie talks about the early days of Hunky Dory and how Kooks came into being.
Val Ogden concludes this week’s theme in aid of World Water Day.
Jo chats with Eddie about his determination to raise money and his next big challenge!
Darren Pih, Curator of the GLAM! Exhibition, helps decipher the phenomenon of Glam Rock.
Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O'Connor chats with Liz about Image and female freedom.
Producer Eddie Kramer reveals the quirks of working with visionary artist Jimi Hendrix.
Hollywood star Cillian Murphy discusses his latest film, Broken.
Abdul-Rehman Malik remembers the incredible examples set for him by his Grandmother.
Michelle Paver joins Simon to talk about her ghost story, Dark Matter.
Steve chats to Dr Who stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan!
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