Lou Reed and Hal Willner return with more eclectic selections.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Frampton's Camel recorded in London in 1972, plus The Flowers and No Doubt in session.
Join the 3.46 club with your early morning host Richard Allinson.
BBC Radio 2
2/3 Ray Davies continues the story of the band's career with a look back on 1966 and 1967.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by The New Pornographers.
Comedian Justin Moorhouse shares the last two songs of his Fourtrax with Chris Hawkins.
Music from the golden years of entertainment, presented by Dewi Griffiths.
BBC Radio Wales
Sir Terry Wogan eases you into your Sunday lunch with Emma Kennedy and Clare Teal.
Pop music and nostalgia plus a tribute to Clive Dunn, who died this week.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Richard Allinson plays some CD classics and the best new releases.
BBC Radio Cumbria
BBC WM 95.6
Brian May drops by to catch up with Johnnie and flick through Queen's 1970s records.
Remembering the music from a forgotten era.
BBC Three Counties Radio
When Paul berated Malcolm for another iffy music choice.
Dei Tomos yn sgwrsio â hwn a'r llall ar draws Cymru ac yn cyflwyno ychydig o gerddoriaeth.
BBC Radio Cymru
Sir Tim Rice's musical journey reaches Illinois, the Prairie State. (R)
Dai Jones fydd yma yn cyflwyno eich ceisiadau ac yn chwarae'ch hoff ganeuon.
Stuart has freakiness from Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Hawkwind and Jandek.
Swingers and Singers - nostalgic music from a time when songs had a real melody.
BBC Radio Bristol
BBC Radio Cornwall
BBC Radio Devon
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
BBC Radio Guernsey
BBC Radio Jersey
Don't expect to nod off during the show - it's hip hop, dub hop, trip hop and flip flop.
Don's plays tracks by Lupe Fiasco, Alton Ellis and Big Youth, William Bell and The Slits.
Great music and top chat after midnight, including indie classics and BBC Re-Introducing.
Witty chat and top tunes for all night-owls on the Best Time of the Day Show with Alex.
Bruce Springsteen, Super Furry Animals and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.
3/3 Ray Davies, lead singer of the Kinks, looks back at the group's career in 1968 and 1969.
Monday 12 November 2012