Monday 18 May - Friday 22 May
Throughout the week, Jeremy will be addressing numerous subjects affecting local communities. On Monday, BBC Home Editor Mark Easton reveals the UK's friendliest town, while on Tuesday Jeremy talks to listeners about neighbourhood disputes.
On Wednesday, we ask; Town or Country - Which has the best sense of community? While on Thursday, Jeremy wonders if every community should have a youth club.
And on Friday, Jeremy asks whether you should be personally responsible for the pavement outside your house.
Join Drivetime's Sports Reporter, Jonny Saunders as he is joined 'In the Locker' by a community hero who gives up hours of their spare time to help run their local sports club.Visit Chris' Drivetime pages
All week Janice speaks to established and emerging artists about their community roots.
On Monday, The King Blues play live, while on Tuesday former-Pulp star Jarvis Cocker talks about forming a band at the age of 15 that took sixteen years to make it big.
On Wednesday, Birmingham-based five-piece The Lights talk about how they enlisted the help of local neighbours and the worldwide internet community to make music, and on Thursday Janice is joined by singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti, who'll explain how constantly moving around Europe as a child influenced his take on community.
Finally, on Friday, Kid Rad tells Janice about the musical journey from his makeshift bedroom studio via community radio stations to the national stage.
Wednesday 20 May
Sarah is joined by RAF chaplain Eleanor Rance for a special Pause For Thought in which she details her recent house move and getting to know her new neighbours.Find out more about the show
Thursday 21 May
Terry will be joined by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams for a special Pause for Thought reflecting on the importance of the local community and the value of neighbourliness.Visit Terry's homepage
Friday 22 May
As part of Alex’s Feel-Good Friday feature, he’ll be hearing from listeners about the most bizarre and heart-warming favours they’ve done to help bond with their neighbours.Find out more about the show
Claudia discovers how you can set up a local community arts group.Visit Claudia's homepage
Steve is joined by Aled Jones to talk about the Radio 2 Great British Street Party.Visit Steve's homepage
Saturday 23 May
Dermot will be hearing from listeners about the most heroic thing their neighbour has done for them.Visit Dermot's homepage
The Love Where You Live campaign culminates on Bank Holiday Monday (25 May) with The Radio 2 Great British Street Party.
From 1300 - 1600, Radio 2 will provide the soundtrack as you get together with your neighbours, perhaps for the first time, for a meet-up, party, social soiree or BBQ.
Top psychologist Professor Cary Cooper has prepared a quiz to find out what kind of neighbour you are.
Are you always ready with a cup of tea, or do you hide behind the sofa when the doorbell rings?
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