Musical highlights from the past week and beyond on BBC Radio 2
Broken Bells speak to Jo Whiley about their second album After The Disco.
Singer, guitarist and record producer Dave Edmunds catches up with Simon Mayo.
Singer, songwriter and campaigner Annie Lennox joins Johnnie Walker in the studio.
Boy George speaks to Jools Holland about his new album This Is What I Do.
keyboard tinkler Rick Wakeman gives an amazing twist to some classic nursery rhymes.
Leee John, from successful 80s outfit Imagination, is Sara's special guest.
Clare's special guest is bandleader and trombonist Gordon Campbell.
Echo and The Bunnyman's Ian McCulloch speaks to Janice Long about Meteorites.
Dermot talks to the man behind TV theme tune classics such as Neighbours and Crossroads.
Mark King from Level 42 joins Sara Cox to remember his time in the 80s.
BBC Big Band leader Jay Craig joins Clare to choose some of his favourite tunes.
Charles Hazlewood does the Spoken Word session, and chats about the music he loves.
Patrick Kielty chooses tracks by Bruce Springsteen, The Stone Roses, Don Henley and more!
The Brit Award winning singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran chooses his final Tracks Of My Years.
10 tunes from Frank Ifield as he chooses the Tracks Of My Years this week.
Ben Volpeliere-Pierrot from Curiosity Killed the Cat joins Sara to chat names and hats!
Sharron Davies picks the Tracks of My Years this week.
Jamie features a few words from Manchester-based trumpeter, and producer Matthew Halsall.
David Bowie talks about his choice lyrics and considers why he selected some of them.
American producer Tom Dowd speaks about Otis Redding recording an abum in one weekend.
Darius Rucker talks to Bob Harris backstage at the Country 2 Country event.
Was Ziggy part of David's persona or was Bowie living out his fantasies on stage?
David Bowie talks about insanity, his family and his private persona.
Producer Eddie Kramer reveals the quirks of working with visionary artist Jimi Hendrix.
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