1/3 Tom Robinson celebrates the unlikely alliance between punk and reggae.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Music, chat and a weekly spoken word session.
BBC Radio 2
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Alex Jones from BBC TV's The One Show sits in for Alex Lester.
Placebo at Manchester Academy in 1998, plus BBC sessions from Krokus and Laura Marling.
Pete Townshend talks to Roger Scott about the Who's 1971 classic Who's Next.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Vanessa asks about the battles with technology that you have fought and lost.
Dai Jones fydd yma yn cyflwyno eich ceisiadau ac yn chwarae'ch hoff ganeuon. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Two of the best seats in the house for Emeli Sande's In Concert and they could be yours!
Ymunwch yn yr hwyl bob bore gyda Dafydd Meredydd a Caryl Parry Jones.
Patrick Kielty chats to electro-pop duo Hurts and TV presenter Carol Vorderman.
Simon and the team are joined by songwriter, producer and composer Nitin Sawhney.
Bryan Burnett plays two hours of songs for the Get It On parents' taxi service.
BBC Radio Scotland FM, Highlands and Islands only
Happy face - Marc has the sublime Caitlin Rose in session.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Orkney, BBC Radio Shetland only
Ralph McLean presents the best in current releases, re-issues and classic albums.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Gideon plays archive sessions and live tracks.
Dwy awr o gerddoriaeth a sgwrs hwyliog yng nghwmni Geraint Lloyd.
Wind down the day with late-night music. Old tunes, new tunes, heartsongs and headsongs.
Iain Anderson with country, folk, blues, soul and rock 'n' roll.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/3 Tom Robinson celebrates the unlikely alliance between punk and reggae.
The Bert Jansch Conundrum, Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Butch Hancock and My Sad Captains.
Kate Bush talks to Richard Skinner about her best-selling 1985 album.
Thursday 28 February 2013