2/2 Vicki Wickham continues her first-hand account of the swinging sixties.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Nicki Chapman sits in for Janice with great music and top chat after midnight.
BBC Radio 2
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Witty chat, great music and more on the Best Time of the Day Show with Alex.
Renaissance live London in 1977, plus Bert Jansch and The Merton Parkas in session.
3/52 Alan Freeman looks at the importance of blues and R&B in the evolution of popular music.
Jo Good delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Vanessa features your remarkable stories of lost and found on today's show.
Pushing our canoe onto the Amazon of life armed with nothing but our paddle of music.
Ymunwch yn yr hwyl gyda Caryl Parry Jones a Daniel Glyn gyda'r gwesteion gorau.
BBC Radio Cymru
Steve and the team chat to superstar singer Barry Manilow and boxer David Haye.
Simon is joined again by resident chef Nigel Barden, who will offer up some culinary tips.
Roger plays the sounds of your life and talks to those who made them.
BBC Radio Kent
As we get started with a new year Bryan wants to hear what songs feature other years.
BBC Radio Scotland except MW, BBC Radio Shetland
Second band of the new year and it's a good 'un. BC Camplight is in for your delectation.
We bring you music and memories from a featured year.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Super sounds of the sixties.
BBC Radio Cumbria
BBC Radio Oxford
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Shetland
BBC Radio Solent
3/3 Paul Gambaccini examines techniques to create a chart hit - discounting, remixes and more.
Ymunwch yn yr hwyl gyda Caryl Parry Jones a Daniel Glyn gyda'r gwesteion gorau. (R)
Join Ralph for a look back over his favourite new album releases of the last 12 months.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Gideon celebrates the colours green and blue in song, session and concert.
Dwy awr o gerddoriaeth a sgwrs hwyliog yng nghwmni Geraint Lloyd.
Wind down with the best music - old tunes, new tunes, heartsongs and headsongs.
A new and special mix of music, from classic Americana to new directions in folk-rock.
BBC Radio Scotland
Stuart Maconie looks back on the fateful day in 1970 when the Fab Four split.
Feelgood Friday time with Alex, superb music and chat to take you through the night.
Sugarcult at Glastonbury 2003, plus sessions from A Guy Called Gerald and King Creosote.
4/52 Alan Freeman continues his epic exploration of the evolution of popular music.
Friday 4 January 2013