With Janice Long
1976 and 1985
Suzi Perry sits in
Pat Kane picks the Tracks of My Years
Pat Kane picks the Tracks of My Years, with music from Frank Sinatra and Anita Baker.
Colin Cloud and Vicky Pattison
Gregory Porter sang an intimate concert at BBC Maida Vale studios
England won the World Cup and London swung but what else happened in this momentous year?
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Listen to the concluding story of the Monkees told through interviews and memories.
Kiki plays music including the Rolling Stones, Gladys Knight & the Pips and Joni Mitchell
Joan Collins recalls her return to acting in the 1970s and playing Alexis in Dynasty.
It's Raining Men
You Don't Know Love
Glitz, glamour and goss from the hottest celebrities on Radio 2.
Vicky discusses her latest role in the BBC One drama 'The Secret Agent'.
Jamie talks to Steve about his new book 'Super Food Family Classics'.
Dodgy cover Northern Soul classic the The Night by Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons.
Alicia talks about starring in Jason Bourne and how grateful she is to The Big Show!
Tour De France champion Chris Froome on his third victory and Rio 2016.
The star of Friday Night Dinner tells us the secret behind the best comedians.
Mo Farah tells us what he's thinking before a big race and other Olympic secrets.
The best pop sounds from today and yesteryear...
Chrissie Hynde was working as a waitress when she enjoyed an unbelievable fangirl moment.
Jamie Lawson covers The Beatles' We Can Work It Out live in session.
Submitting pop music to its severest test - a trial by rock.
Live at the BBC's Maida Vale studios, Gregory Porter sings from his new album.
The Last Shadow Puppets perform a stripped-back acoustic session for Jo.
Frances performs a cover of the Elton John classic, at the very man's piano at Radio 2
Biffy Clyro perform an acoustic version of their smash hit single for Jo Whiley.
Topical and personal stories from Radio 2
Jeremy speaks to two callers with extraordinary first hand experience of nuclear weapons
Chris speaks to three heroes across the country who are enduring the heatwave.
Michael describes his sudden and almost fatal illness to Jeremy Vine.
Amanda Hamilton busts some myths as she chats all things nutrition
Claire Fox on how teenagers from all walks of life seem more easily offended.
New research suggests using hands-free could be just as distracting as a handheld mobile.
A couple return to the US with their biological son after they were given the wrong baby.
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