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Musical highlights from the past week and beyond on BBC Radio 2
Jo Whiley welcomes Maverick Sabre as her special guest.
Orlando from The Maccabees speaks to Jo about the band's new album and tour.
Mike Harding chats to Irish folk musician Nuala Kennedy about her latest musical projects.
JLS join Steve, Tim and Janey to talk about their sport Relief single, Proud.
Simon chats with Jack and asks him about his favorite bass lines.
Adele picks her Tracks Of My Years for Ken Bruce.
Bob Harris is joined by singer-songwriter, story-teller, writer and painter Tom Russell.
Nitin is joined by Sitar virtuoso Anoushka Shankar.
Suzi continues to profile acclaimed stars of the rock 'n' roll era. This week, Brenda Lee.
Cyndi Lauper remenisces on her memories of the 1970s.
Mott the Hoople's legendary Hammond organ player Verden Allen was in session with his band Soft Ground for Bob Harris - hear the full interview and clips from the session.
The Cranberries joined Sir Terry Wogan in the studio. Hear the full chat and clips from their live session.
Craig Finn, frontman of The Hold Steady, joins Dermot to talk about his new solo album. You can also hear clips from Craig's live session tracks.
Radical Face, AKA Ben Cooper, joined Dermot in the studio. Hear the full conversation and clips from his live tracks.
Singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey speaks to Steve about her album, Born to Die.
Dodgy join Janice live in the studio and perform a Spoken Word Session.
How Sinatra’s ‘Great Songs From Great Britain’ album was received by the UK press in 1962.
Jo Wiley is joined in the studio by Ricky and Simon from the Kaiser Chiefs.
Jamie chats to the Grammy nominated and Brooklyn-based singer songwriter Gregory Porter.
Rock 'n roll musician Chris Isaak joined Simon in the studio to talk about his new album, Beyond the Sun.
Violinist Nigel Kennedy picks his Tracks of My Years for Ken Bruce.
Paul Gambaccini looks at the history of the record label set up and owned by Frank Sinatra.
BBC Sound Of 2012 winner Michael Kiwanuka talks to Steve about his music.
Bill Kenwright looks at Tony Hatch's work in the world of musical theatre.
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