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Watch and listen to the very best of the week's video and audio clips from BBC Radio 2.
Peter Gabriel speaks to Jo Whiley ahead of his gig with the BBC Concert Orchestra for Radio 2.
Chris and co had Strictly Come Dancing's Nancy Dell'Olio on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show.
Debbie Harry talks to Bob Harris about Blondie's New Year's Eve concert in 1979.
Nerina Pallot joins Jools to talk about her new album, Year of the Wolf.
A penitent Derek confesses to Simon, his family and to the nation his web of deceit that led to a family move across the UK.
As part of the BBC's Give An Hour Week, we drag Vanessa kicking and screaming to a computer to show her how to get online.
Strictly Come Dancing star Russell Grant joins Chris and the team for breakfast.
Gary Barlow chats with Sir Terry Wogan Live at the BBC Children In Need concert at London's Savoy Theatre.
Graham Norton chats to Dr. Who actress, Karen Gillan.
and catches up on what she's been up to
R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe and Mike Mills chat to Simon Mayo in one of their last interviews as a band.
Strictly Come Dancing stars, James Jordan, Anton Du Beke and Flavia Cacace co-hosted Friday's show.
Paul talks to international recording star Susan Boyle about her new album and projects.
Steve chats to singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran.
Gloria Estefan shares her passion for Latin music in a new series for Radio 2.
Thea Gilmore's specially-composed music for Radio 2's Remembrance Week documentary, Victor
Kelly Rowland talks to Steve Wright about her new album and being an X Factor judge.
Simon meets musician and producer Nile Rodgers.
Speaking to Jeremy Vine, Prime Minister David Cameron pays tribute to Britain's fallen soliders and reflects on hearing the moving Radio 2 documentary series, The Songs My Son Loved.
Keith Urban, Vince Gill & Brad Paisley pay tribute to Glen Campbell at the 45th Annual CMA Awards.
Glen Campbell continues to share memories of a lifetime lived in the limelight.
Don Black talks to the creative team behind The Phantom of the Opera musical.
Hear extracts of Sting's interview with Johnnie Walker.
Patrick Kielty sits in for Steve and chats to Michael Buble.
Johnnie catches up with Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones.
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