Pauline Black sits in for Guy Garvey and brings her own unique taste to 6 Music. (R)
BBC Radio 6 Music
We celebrate the 86th Birthday of Denzil Stephens, with a selection of his arrangements. (R)
Ahead of the Beatles v Elvis Top 50, Janice plays Beatles and Elvis cover versions.
BBC Radio 2
BBC Radio Bristol
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
The alternative music show with Roger Hill.
BBC Radio Merseyside
John Shea presents a Russian performance of Rachmaninov's Vespers.
BBC Radio 3
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Icarus takes care of the Lights On Mix, plus Monki has another Simmer Down Selection. (R)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
BBC Radio 1
Beats, Breaks and Bass: Championing the world of bass led electronic music.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Futureheads in Brighton in 2004, plus BBC sessions from the Heart Throbs and Islet.
Brian Matthew selects more classics and rarities from pop's golden decade. (R)
Edu has a new Africa In The House guest mix from Botswana house DJ Gouveia. (R)
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2/2 Andy Peebles continues his profile of Atlantic Records engineer and producer Tom Dowd.
Adele has a few Live Lounge classics, plus Sienna the intern picks a Mellow Monday tune!
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Chris Warburton sits in for Chris Hawkins with the 5.15 Request.
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Join Vanessa Feltz for music, chat and a first look at the day's newspapers.
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Rhys Meirion fydd yn diddanu ar fore Sul gyda chaneuon clasurol gan gynnwys ei ffefrynnau. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
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Panjabi Hit Squad sit in for Tommy Sandhu with the bank holiday breakfast show.
BBC Asian Network
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A great selection of tunes for your Bank Holiday Monday morning.
BBC Radio Guernsey
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Scott Mills sits in for Grimmy with another Instant Dragon's Den!
Sara Cox sits in for Chris Evans and kicks off Radio 2's Elvis v the Beatles countdown.
Ian Skelly presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Twin and Yasmin keep the carnival vibes flowing!
With no management around, Shaun is off the leash. Expect bank holiday fun.
Brian Keenan remembers how Van Morrison’s music helped him through the toughest of times.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Artist of the Week: pianist Mitsuko Uchida, featured in Mozart's Piano Sonata No 15.
Criw Tudur Owen yn edrych yn ôl ar uchafbwyntiau'r Steddfod yn eu ffordd unigryw.
Aled talks to Welsh actor Nerys Hughes. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Ken continues the Elvis v the Beatles top 50, and Anita Harris picks Tracks of My Years.
Trevor checks in with Seani B and Target at Leeds Carnival.
Mary Anne Hobbs sits in for Lauren Laverne with a session from Slime, aka Will Archer.
Gagal Grewal presents a Bank Holiday Special.
Clara gets in the mood for Live Lounge Month with a few classics from the archive!
Tha Morag Dhòmhnallach a' feitheamh ribh le taghadh de dh'òrain Ghàidhlig.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Your say on the day's top bank holiday stories. Call 01743 248321 (national rate).
BBC Radio Shropshire
Sir Bob Geldof celebrates the genius of Van Morrison's songwriting.
The Soul Marathon: Seven hours of soul from the Essex soul man himself.
1/5 Donald Macleod recounts the first meeting between Brahms and Clara Schumann. (R)
Cyngerdd mawreddog i ddathlu Ysgol Glanaethwy yn 25 oed eleni. Cefin Roberts sy'n cyflwyno
Big Narstie is Sarah-Jane's Hottie of the Week.
Mark and Stuart are joined by John Grant and Radiohead's Philip Selway.
Noreen presents a special extended bank holiday show with all the latest tunes.
Everything you would expect from Scott Mills... but with Matt Edmondson sitting in.
Elisabeth Leonskaja (piano) and the Emerson Quartet play Barber, Debussy and Shostakovich.
The wee man from Strabane presents the best of his popular country music collection.
Steve presents a show featuring the music of the Beatles and Elvis Presley.
Osmo Vanska conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Sibelius: Symphonies Nos 5, 6 and 7. (R)
Hoff ganeuon gwrandawyr Radio Cymru 2015 yn #40 Mawr 2015!
Tha ceòl aig Mairead an diugh bho Barrule, Salsa Celtica, Joy Dunlop agus Sketch.
Van Morrison performs live in concert on Cyprus Avenue.
13/13 Paul Gambaccini chairs the 2015 final of the wide-ranging music quiz.
BBC Radio 4
Toddla T has a special Carnival Mix for Charlie, plus highlights from the latest Rap-Up!
Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Steve Lamacq with classic tracks and amazing new music.
Dev sits in for Greg James with live music from Reading, plus a more Live Lounge classics!
Join Keith Fletcher for three hours of great tunes for your Bank Holiday Monday evening.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Anna Nic na Ceardaich le ceòl Americana bho leithid Gretchen Peters agus Steve Earle.
Rhod presents an hour of comedy and music live from the 2015 Machynlleth Comedy Festival. (R)
Verity Sharp presents, with guests including young American violinist Kevin Zhu.
Musicians and writers talk about the inspiration of Van Morrison's music.
Bobby winds down the summer with big anthems and celebrates the London mela with big hits.
Simon Mayo and the team present music, sport, travel and money news.
Music and memories from a featured year on this bank holiday - but which one?
BBC Wiltshire's resident film buff Daniel Garrett is back for Music from the Movies.
Tom Girard looks at the accoustic scene in Guernsey. (R)
With Philip Pullman in Uganda, Matthew Teller the Middle East, & Faith Elliott in Serbia.
BBC Radio Oxford
We bring you Cherry Lee Mewis live at Ipswich Jazz Club.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Kelly Betts plays you the bands that performed Reading & Leeds from 1961 to this weekend
BBC Three Counties Radio
Bryan Burnett plays songs with the names of singers and bands in their titles.
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
The ultimate guide to new music, including 60 Minutes of TC.
Django Django give up their bank holiday to perform live in the studio for Marc Riley.
Daniel P Carter sits in for Annie Mac and turns it up to 11!
BBC Radio 2 marks the 50th anniversary of when Elvis Presley met the Beatles.
Cerddoriaeth newydd ar ei orau gyda Huw Stephens.
Ceòl is fuaimean ùra air Radio nan Gàidheal.
1/2 Michael Tilson Thomas conducts the San Francisco Symphony in music by Ives and Bartok.
BBC Radio Scotland MW
Rigsy and Stuart Bailie round up the best new music from Ireland north and south.
Hermione Lee discusses American writer Willa Cather's 1915 novel The Song of the Lark.
2/2 Michael Tilson Thomas conducts the San Francisco Symphony in Beethoven's Symphony No 3.
Green Gartside sits in for Gideon Coe and plays David Bowie and friends live in 1971.
Ray Khan profiles Indian producer, director and actor Sanjay Khan in Bhooli Bisri Yaadein.
Y gerddoriaeth orau ddiweddar a'r cyfle i sêr taith ysgolion C2 serenu.
Featuring live sessions and new material from the best alternative artists.
BBC Radio Scotland
Join Chris Needs in his friendly garden for music, laughter, chat and late-night teasers.
Jamz Supernova sits in for Monki with a Lights On Mix from the Heatwave.
Huw has highlights from the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds.
The best in 1980s reggae.
From the Albert Hall's Elgar Room, music from Project Jam Sandwich and poetry by Liz Berry
Dwy awr o gerddoriaeth a sgwrs hwyliog yng nghwmni Geraint Lloyd.
Late night conversation with Linda McDermott.
Vinny meets 12-year-old World Kids Golf Champion Tom McKibbin.
Anna Nic na Ceardaich le ceòl Americana bho leithid Gretchen Peters agus Steve Earle. (R)
12/12 Russell Davies interviews US-born conductor and composer Carl Davis.
Chicago-based saxophonist Ken Vandermark performs with his ensemble Made to Break.
Roddy Hart shines a spotlight on great contemporary and classic songwriting.
Wind down the day with a unique mix of songs from the heart and songs from the head.
Lauren Laverne curates an hour of her favourite new releases.
Music and conversation after midnight with Janice Long.
John Shea presents concertos by Slovak composers and music performed by Slovakian artists.
Rockwell sits in for Friction with Blocks & Escher in the mix and a Viper Recordings DNB60
Andy Peebles talks to the man behind the sounds of the Beatles, the Goons and others.
Record producer Tony Visconti considers Oasis' 1995 hit Wonderwall.
Lively debate and topical discussion as London starts its day.
BBC London 94.9
Madder Rose at Reading Festival in 1993, plus BBC sessions from Pentangle and Alto 45.
Johnnie hears 70s memories from singer and songwriter Ray Dorset. (R)
Chris Hawkins plays back-to-back music plus exclusive BBC sessions and his Spotlight Act.
Friction has a guest mix from Jaydan, plus Exit Records deliver the DNB60. (R)
Adele has another Accidental Remix - a little overnight BBC radio fused with a banger!