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Watch and listen to the very best of the week's video and audio clips from BBC Radio 2.
Paul pays tribute to the late Howard Tate.
Gary Barlow chats to Steve Wright about the Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace
Stephen Fry chats to Steve Wright
Mancunian singer Mick Hucknall picks his Tracks Of My Years for Ken Bruce.
Paul Jones presents a tribute to Johnny Otis who died last month.
Mike Harding speaks to June Tabor and John Jones from Oysterband about their success at the Radio 2 Folk Awards.
Vocalist and bassist Jack Bruce chooses his Tracks Of My Years for Ken Bruce.
Johnnie Walker looks at Paul Simon's Still Crazy After All These Years.
Simon Mayo interviews Sophie Hannah about her novel Kind Of Cruel.
Queen drummer Roger Taylor joins Chris Evans to reveal a very special gig announcement.
Michael Ball celebrates great songwriting partnerships, beginning with Lieber and Stoller.
Frank Renton and Simone Rebello present the the Overall Radio 2 Young Brass Award 2012 winner.
Jo Whiley talks to Adele - the winner of the British Female Solo Artist and British Album of the Year backstage at the 2012 BRIT Awards.
Gary Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Webber have a Diamond Jubilee announcement.
X Factor star Alexandra Burke pops in to see Graham.
Meatloaf chats to Chris Tarrant, in for Steve Wright
Sally Boazman explores the rise of female singer/songwriters in the 60s.
Katie Melua speaks to Janice Long about her new album and performs a Spoken Word Session.
Rufus Wainwright talks to Jo Whiley about his collaboration with Mark Ronson.
Johnnie Walker on Rod Stewart's classic album 'Every Picture Tells A Story'.
Roger Daltrey from The Who chats to Steve Wright
Australian singer Darren Hayes picks his Tracks Of My Years for Ken Bruce.
Sir Terry chats to Gary Kemp about production and group memories.
Roger Daltrey profiles soul legend Wilson Pickett.
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