Watch and listen to the very best of the week's video and audio clips from BBC Radio 2.
Liverpudlian funny man John Bishop joins Chris and the team for Breakfast.
Jeremy Vine talks to economist Jonathan Davies and director of Tax Research UK, Richard Murphy about the recent stock market instability.
Jamie interviews the jazz guitarist and composer Pat Metheny.
Actor Chris Eccleston picks three reggae tracks for Jo Whiley's Mixtape.
Actor Andy Serkis in conversation with Steve Wright.
Actress and comedienne Maureen Lipman joins Chris for breakfast, choosing some of her favourite music and chatting about her new book.
Tim Smith speaks to the 007 star about his latest role.
Johnnie Walker talks to Dave Stewart about his first taste of musical success in the 70s.
Scottish actor David Tennant joins Chris and the team for Breakfast.
Liza talks to queen of British soul Beverley Knight.
The legendary Doris Day is Michael Ball's special guest for Sunday Brunch.
Simon Mayo interviews Mark Billingham about his novel Good As Dead.
Listen to highlights as TV chef James Martin of BBC 1's Saturday Kitchen joins Chris Evans and the team for Breakfast.
Jeremy asks how you cope when your friend gets pregnant, and you're devastated - but you can't show it?
Hear highlights from Johnnie Walker's extended interview with Queen's Roger Taylor and Brian May.
Matt Lucas and his mum join Dawn and Jennifer in the studio.
Pete Townshend concludes his first-hand account of a life in rock 'n' roll.
Vanessa Redgrave talks to Jeremy about her support for the Dale Farm traveller site.
The Royle Family and Brookside actress Sue Johnston drops by The Chris Evans Breakfast Show.
Jonathan Ross talks comics, superhero movies and career highs and lows with Steve.
Comedian Marcus Brigstocke tells Aled Jones about his issues with faith and addition.
Harry Hill talks to his comedy mate Al Murray.
James Blunt joins Steve Wright to preview BBC Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park
Simon Mayo interviews Joe Dunthorne about his novel Wild Abandon.
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