Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Music and conversation after midnight with Janice Long.
BBC Radio 2
Jonathan Swain introduces a recital by pianist Francesco Piemontesi.
BBC Radio 3
Benji has a special carnival-themed 3am Request Line.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
3/3 Jo Whiley concludes her profile of the Roxy Music frontman.
BBC Radio 1
Paul Morley explores the music people were really listening to during the Blitz.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/3 Jarvis Cocker concludes with a look at how artists continue to have an impact on pop.
Two journalists have been shot dead on live US TV and have you ever run out of fuel?
BBC London 94.9
Aswad at Manchester Apollo in 1988, plus BBC sessions from Hefner and Cate Le Bon.
Tony Blackburn plays a selection of classic chart hits from 1962 and 1976. (R)
Chris Hawkins plays back-to-back music plus exclusive BBC sessions and his Spotlight Act.
Teklife founder member DJ Spinn delivers a pummelling guest mix. (R)
Adele has another round of iPlayer Experts!
The Hawk has another edition of the 5.15 Request and two hours of really great music.
Alex Jones sits in for Vanessa Feltz with music, chat and a first look at the newspapers.
Richard Rees yn cyflwyno'r gerddoriaeth orau o bob cyfnod, o'r 70au a'r 80au hyd heddiw. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Film critic Rebecca Perfect previews the weekend's big releases.
BBC Asian Network
Chris's Dirty Dozen stop off at Chewton Glen for Children In Need.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, with listener requests.
Catfish & The Bottlemen pop in and we have Dermot O'Leary on the phone
Hear what happened when Twin and Yasmin caught up with Ice Cube.
Thursday sees Shaun searching for Earworms once again.
Proms Artist of the Week: flute player Emily Beynon, featured in Farrenc's Trio, Op 45.
Champion of the West Midlands and the Black Country, and your views on today's stories.
BBC WM 95.6
Tony Banks picks the Tracks of My Years, with songs from Gerry Rafferty and Dion.
Trevor has another RnB hour and Zak Abel joins him for a chat
Lauren presents a pop art-inspired People's Playlist.
Kwabs performance from 2014's Live Lounge Month gets a rewind ahead of 2015's fun!
Tha Morag Dhòmhnallach a' feitheamh ribh le taghadh de dh'òrain Ghàidhlig.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
14/15 Live from the Queen's Hall, the Zehetmair Quartet performs works by Haydn and Hindemith.
Paddy Moloney recalls working with Van Morrison on an album of traditional Irish songs.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
David Rodigan drops by to chat all things carnival, plus listeners pick a Changes 3@3!
Stuart Maconie presents solo and is joined by Motown songwriter and producer Lamont Dozier
Huw Stephens sits in for Scott Mills to get you through the afternoon.
3/4 Performances of Brahms and Schubert from the 2015 Clandeboye festival.
Listeners pick the tracks in the Khandaan Takeover!
The wee man from Strabane presents the best of his popular country music collection.
Jonathan Ross sits in for Steve Wright and is joined by Amanda Redman and Frances Quinn.
BBC SSO performs Sibelius: Finlandia; Symphony No 1 in E minor, Op 39; Symphony No 2 in D. (R)
Digon o sgwrsio, cyngor, cerddoriaeth a chwerthin yn fyw o stiwdio Caerfyrddin.
Tha ceòl aig Seonag an diugh bho Heidi Talbot, Eddi Reader, Norah Rendell agus Sver.
Jack Miles sits in. Hidden gems and the great outdoors, arts, culture and history.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Stephen McCauley presents requests, dedications and lots of good music.
Charlie Sloth presents the people's show!
Classic tracks and amazing new music.
Dev sits in for Greg James to get you home.
Cailean MacIlleathain le ceòl na pìoba bho leithid Scott Wood agus Seonaidh Mac an t-Saoir
Sean Rafferty with a lively mix of music, chat and arts news.
Patrick Ness talks about Terry Pratchett's new release The Shepherd's Crown.
Bobby reads a true story of heartache sent in by a listener in Teri Meri Kahani.
Steve is joined by three guests to discuss the week's releases.
Dev sits in for Greg James with BBC Radio 1's Summer Mix - non-stop music!
John Lipscombe and Nell Dunn showcase the best in local and live music.
BBC Radio Cumbria
4/5 Donald Macleod introduces works Schubert wrote with some of his musician friends in mind. (R)
Bryan Burnett plays songs that remind listeners of the 1990s.
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
Cerddoriaeth dda, hen a newydd, o Gymru a thu hwnt.
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Saxon Sound's 60 Minutes, plus MC Grindah from Kurupt FM drops a special announcement
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Riley favourites the Wave Pictures join him to play a live session.
Annie goes One On, One Off with the Rebel Sound crew and interviews Royal Blood & PVRIS.
Bob plays music from the US state of Georgia, including Jason Aldean and Kristian Bush.
Prògram beò bho Potterrow aig Fèis Dhùn Èideann le Coinneach Mac a' Ghobhainn.
Stephen McCauley hosts an alternative music show, playing local and seldom-heard music.
Robbie Hannan presents traditional Irish music from contemporary and archive recordings.
1/2 Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra under Andrew Litton in music by Orjan Matre and Mendelssohn.
BBC Radio Scotland MW
Every Thursday, Jo plays some forgotten and nostalgic music from the movies.
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Ralph plays a selection of Van Morrison tracks chosen by listeners.
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2/2 Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra in Firsova: Bergen's Bonfire. Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring
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Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Gideon Coe with three hours of live tracks and sessions.
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Ray Khan talks to professional Sri Lankan cricketer Kumar Sangakarra in Mera Safar.
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Phil is back with another future music mix.
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Edith Bowman presents live performances from Jack Savoretti and the Hazey Janes.
BBC Radio Scotland
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Join Chris Needs in his friendly garden for music, laughter, chat and late-night teasers.
BBC Radio Wales
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Paddy Moloney recalls working with Van Morrison on an album of traditional Irish songs. (R)
Alissa Firsova discusses Bergen's Bonfire and introduces performances of her chamber works
Cymysgedd o'r hen ffefrynnau a'r gerddoriaeth ddiweddara gyda Marc Griffiths.
Helen Jones sits in with late night conversation.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Seani celebrates all things carnival with a Top 5 and an Old Skool Art of Juggling mix.
Heidi with stripped-down techno and bass-jackin' house including Seven Davis Jr in the mix
Eamon celebrates some of the best songs past and present.
Cailean MacIlleathain le ceòl na pìoba bho leithid Scott Wood agus Seonaidh Mac an t-Saoir (R)
4/5 Exploring the impact of Bach's St Matthew Passion on its first audiences in Leipzig. (R)
Nigel Ogden presents standards including Hooray for Hollywood and Fly Me to the Moon.
Max Reinhardt presents a varied selection of music.
Vic has sets from Idlewild, Kathryn Joseph and Paws recorded at the Edinburgh Festivals. (R)
Wind down the day with a unique mix of songs from the heart and songs from the head.
Frank Renton presents English music for brass band.
Steve Lamacq and trusted guide DJs share the best new music.
Underground club jams and record store obscurities with Breach.
Music and conversation after midnight with Alex Lester.
Jonathan Swain presents a concert from the Danish Radio Chamber Orchestra.
Serocee brings fresh, upfront sounds from Jamaica, plus Dismantle with a carnival mix.
1/2 Madness frontman Suggs tells the story of the influential record label.
The hunt for the truth about the most influential and enigmatic of graphic designers.
Lively debate and topical discussion as London starts its day.
The Hothouse Flowers at Glastonbury 1998, plus tracks from Helen Love and Mishaped Pearls.
Paul blends tracks from the week's US charts with hits from the last six decades. (R)
Toddla spends some Tea Time with Shakka and Famous Eno is in the mix. (R)
Staying up or getting up, Adele is here to help.