Musical highlights from the past week and beyond on BBC Radio 2
Barbra chats to the Academy Award winning lyricist Don Black from her home in Malibu.
Pete Waterman examines what makes Northern Soul music so all-consuming for the devoted fan.
As he reaches sixty, Sting talks to Johnnie Walker about 25 years as a solo artist.
Michael Buble chats to Jo Whiley before the last festive In Concert of 2011.
Pogues members Phillip Chevron, Darryl Hunt, James Fearnley, Jem Finer and producer Steve Lillywhite recall the production of Fairytale of New York and how Kirsty MacColl came to record the female vocals in the song.
Bob welcomes Seasick Steve to talk about his new 'best of' album. You can also hear clips from his three session tracks.
Suzi Quatro takes a personal journey in the footsteps of her musical idol, Otis Redding.
Suzi talks to friends and fellow musicians to uncover the real Janis Joplin.
Suzi Quatro searches for the real Jim Morrison, the man behind the image. Contributors include Doors keyboard player Ray Manzarek and Jim's friend Alice Cooper.
Joe McElderry talks to Graham about his Christmas album.
X Factor winners Little Mix join Graham in the studio to talk about winning the show.
Join Suzi Quatro in her quest for the woman behind the myth that is Patsy Cline.
Highlights From Your One Hundred Best Tunes with Alfie Boe.
As David Bowie's 65th birthday approaches, Radio 2 celebrates the iconic popstar.
Boy George talks to Johhny Walker about his musical debt to 70s glam rock heroes.
Legendary Broadway composer Charles Strouse talks with Elaine.
British Indian Artist and composer Nitin Sawhney joins Janice to chat about his new show on Radio 2, plus performs a Spoken Word Session.
Michael Ball takes a look at the career of composer Leslie Bricusse and profiles the man behind the music.
Lyricist Don Black shares personal memories of John Barry.
Steve and the team chat to Noel Gallagher about his new album, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
Simon is joined in the studio by Juan Zelada and his band.
Bob speaks Pokey Lafarge and the South City Three, a four-piece band who celebrate the old time string, ragtime and swing music of 1930s America. You can also hear clips from their session tracks.
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