21/05/2018 - 'I could never take to two of the characters'
A mix of music to accompany listeners' dedications and requests. Presented by Sean Coyle.
Boomtown, Boy Bands and Beyond
Gerry Anderson explores the success of Irish pop bands.
Radio 6 Music
World of Twist, the Naturalites and Otis Clay
6 Music presents gems from the vast BBC archive including concerts and live sessions.
Nostalgic music and magical memories from the golden era of entertainment.
Lisa Gwilym with classic songs and great guests for a Sunday night.
Late night sounds from Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Astrud Gilberto and Harry Nilsson
Music until Midnight - the best in easy listening sounds and timeless standards
Dai Jones yn darllen cyfarchion ac yn chwarae ceisiadau.
Geraint Vaughan Jones
Sgyrsiau am Gymru, ei phobl a'i diwylliant.
Johnnie Walker plays classic tracks from the Seventies
Amrywiaeth o gerddoriaeth, blas ar raglenni Radio Cymru, a dewis Hywel o'r jiwcbocs.
Join Joe Costin on BBC Radio Cumbria.
Exploring the links between classic albums and the cities in which they were created.
A blend of classic love songs, dedications and real-life romance stories
Nicola Meighan Sits In
A selection of rock and pop music from Scotland and around the world.
Ceisiadau a chyfarchion ar nos Sadwrn, yn ogystal ag ambell jôc!
Great music from the 1970s and 1980s and your guide to the weekend.
Live sessions, essential interviews and a mix of classic rock and pop
Rock n Roll Wedding Party
Put on your dancing shoes as Geoff plays those Rock 'n' Roll hits from the 50s and 60s.
1961 & 1971 (19/05/2018)
Join Roger Day on BBC Radio Kent.
Great summer music and entertainment with Tony and Angela.
Connie plays great music and talks through the issues that matter to you with guests.
1981 and 1984
Counting down two popular music charts from this week in decades past.
The comedian blends music, comedy, idle chat and a bit of banter with the listeners
Laughs, competitions and a wide selection of classic tracks
The very best of music from the 1960s, from the hits to the totally obscure
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