Musical highlights from the past week and beyond on BBC Radio 2
Jamie Cullum's joined in the studio by UK jazz and soul singer, Alice Russell.
Media megastar Piers Morgan joins Breakfast to tell Chris about his new show.
Richard Hawley catches up with Dermot O'Leary.
Mick Fleetwood chats to Johnnie Walker about Fleetwood Mac's 1977 album 'Rumours'.
Mumford & Sons chat with Jo Whiley about their chances of winning a Brit award.
English singer-songwriter Ben Howard chats with Jo before receiving his Brit award.
Lana Del Rey chats with Jo before she hears she's won the best International Female award.
Coldplay, Winners of the best British Live Act, chat with Jo before the Brit Awards.
English rock band Muse chat with Jo, prior to performing at this year's Brit Awards.
Sir Terry chats with vocal quartet Blake.
London four-piece Bastille chat to Jo Whiley about their debut album Bad Blood.
David Bowie on how his announcement of his bi-sexuality affected his persona.
David Bowie talks about what drove him to get into the rock scene.
American duo Anaïs Mitchell and Jefferson Hamer catch up with Mark Radcliffe.
Hear clips from Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell in session for Bob Harris.
Wilko Johnson chats to Paul about his final tour and his recent diagnosis with cancer.
Musician and producer Ethan Johns speaks to Janice Long about his new album.
Birmingham singer-songwriter Laura Mvula joins Jo Whiley in the studio.
Manchester duo Hurts chat to Dermot O'Leary.
The Willows catch up with Bob Harris in the studio.
Fairport Convention are in conversation with Bob Harris.
Seb Fontaine joins Dave for a look back at his career in dance music.
Paul Humphreys and Andy McClusky of OMD talk to Janice Long about their new album.
E from Eels joins Jo Whiley to chat about their new album "Wonderful, Glorious".
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