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Watch and listen to the very best of the week's video and audio clips from BBC Radio 2.
Steve and the team chat to Noel Gallagher about his new album, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
One of the architects of disco music, Nile Rodgers of Chic remembers his 1970s.
Suggs joins Steve to talk about his new live show, Suggs: My Life Story in Words and Music.
Jamie and Nigel Kennedy discuss their mutual appreciation of jazz music which disregards technique.
Steve and Tim Smith chat to Ringo Starr about his new album, Ringo 2012.
Jeremy discusses whether parents should be able to go into classrooms to help schools root out and sack failing teachers.
Sir Bruce Forsyth picks his Tracks Of My Years for Ken Bruce.
Charles Hazlewood and Mick Jones lead an impressionistic portrait of London.
Contributors Gary Barlow, producer David Arnold and Dame Shirley herself tell Paul Sexton about her 2009 album ‘The Performance’.
Steve chats to Florence Welch from Florence + the Machine about her latest work.
Jo Whiley welcomes Maverick Sabre as her special guest.
JLS join Steve, Tim and Janey to talk about their sport Relief single, Proud.
Cyndi Lauper remenisces on her memories of the 1970s.
Singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey speaks to Steve about her album, Born to Die.
Violinist Nigel Kennedy picks his Tracks of My Years for Ken Bruce.
Jeremy Baker joins Jeremy in the studio and tells consultant cancer surgeon Malcolm Cameron why he doesn't deserve a bonus, but Stephen Hester does.
Johnnie chats to popstar Jimmy Osmond, the youngest sibling of the Osmond Family.
Paul Jones pays tribute to the late and great Etta James.
Jo Whiley chats with Alison from Goldfrapp.
Emeli Sande chats to Steve Wright
Johnnie looks at classic LPs. This week it's David Bowie's Hunky Dory.
Robin Gibb chats to Steve Wright
Paul McCartney talks about bonding over classic jazz tracks with John Lennon.
Bernie Nolan speaks to Graham about starring in Chicago and her family's showbiz fortunes.
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