Dermot O'Leary presents live music sessions from new and emerging bands
Dermot invites guests to pick tracks that tell the story of their life
Desmond Carrington looks at the careers of entertainers who created their own unique style
Desmond Carrington presents words and music from stars who were a hit during the 1950s
Desmond Carrington dips into classics from all musical genres
Richard E Grant explores the reasons behind films getting stuck in Development Hell.
Doctor Who star Christopher Eccleston reads a series of stories with a sting in the tail
Bob Harris recalls the life and extraordinary career of session pianist Nicky Hopkins.
Songwriter Diane Warren discusses her working methods and the stories behind her hits.
Craig Charles on the moment when legendary blues singers played Chorlton Railway Station.
Unpredictable comedy show
Ahead of Dolly's forthcoming album and world tour, Paul Sexton meets her in Nashville.
The multi award-winning lyricist presents a selection of iconic songs.
Lyricist Don Black shares personal memories of John Barry.
Veterans, friends and families of the fallen talk about the impact the conflict
The story of the last days of the BBC's Light Programme and the birth of Radio 2.
Clubbers up and down the UK reminisce about how dance music has impacted on their lives.
The story of The Beatles in the words of their fans
Bob Harris introduces Bob Dylan's greatest hits, compiled from over 40 years of concerts.
Richard Hawley explores the rich and fascinating tradition of the sea shanty song.
Guy Barker explores the talents of Dudley Moore, who released over a dozen jazz albums.
A look at the remarkable story of influential folk artist Woody Guthrie
A mix of the latest news and travel, plus great entertainment and music
Candi Staton examines the 1979 event that signalled the death of disco.
Sally Rodgers and Chris Coco the chillout scene to the airwaves.
Join Chris Coco and Sally Rodgers for music ranging from electronic disco pop to acoustic.
A feast of Easter music, hymns and readings from St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square
A feast of Easter music, hymns and readings with the Huddersfield Choral Society.
Joan Rivers tells the tale of a TV phenomenon that transformed popular culture.
Another chance to hear Joe Brown present a tribute to Eddie Cochran.
Johnny Mathis tells Elaine Paige about his singing career. Features his most popular hits.
Elaine talks to multiple Oscar-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch.
EP's back for three festive specials and the second looks back at the Year On Broadway.
Elaine Paige celebrates the best of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End.
Profile of Giorgio Moroder, the producer behind Donna Summer
A festival of music featuring a series of concerts with rock's most established names
Steve Wright tells Elton's 70s story exclusively through archive interview and performance
Steve Wright introduces a look back at Elton John in the 70s, taken from the BBC archives.
Sir Elton John's Red Piano Show, recorded at London's 02 Arena.
Elton turns DJ and plays two hours of his favourite songs, picked from his own collection
Chris Evans presents a concert of Elvis' best loved and most popular songs.
Emma eases you into Sunday with the Early Breakfast show
Bill Kenwright talks to Engelbert Humperdinck in the run-up to his Eurovision appearance.
Steve Lamacq looks back on the events of 1976, which led to the explosion of punk music.
Liza Tarbuck celebrates the Morecambe & Wise Christmas specials.
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Mark Goodier introduces Eric Clapton recorded in concert at the Odyssey in Belfast.
Steve Lamacq celebrates one Liverpool's musical landmarks - a club called Eric's.
Tim Blackmore marks the 40th anniversary of commercial radio's arrival on British soil.
Ken Bruce presents the 54th Eurovision Song Contest from the Olympic Stadium, Moscow.
Ken Bruce presents live coverage of the 55th Annual Eurovision song contest from Oslo.
Ken Bruce from the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest. This is a repeat voting is now closed.
Ken Bruce presents coverage of 2012's Eurovision Song Contest, live from Baku, Azerbaijan.
The 58th Eurovision Song Contest, broadcast live from Malmo with commentary by Ken Bruce.
Ken Bruce presents live coverage of the 59th Eurovision Song Contest from Copenhagen.
Can Andy Abraham win for the United Kingdom in Serbia?
Sara Cox continues the Malmo vibe with classic Euro hits, special guests and your reaction
Noddy Holder looks back at the 1970s phenomenon that was the Top of The Pops albums.
Richard Allinson celebrates the music of the 1980s.
Paul Sexton tells the tangled tale of the Rolling Stones' epic Exile On Main Street.
KT Tunstall explores our fascination with space and its influence upon musicians.
A first-hand account of the Swinging 60s from Vicki Wickham, who edited Ready Steady Go!
Music publicist Tony King shares his 60s memories of the Stones, the Beatles and more.
A reflective anthology which considers the impact of 9/11, ten years on.
The life of Canadian arranger Percy Faith is celebrated by Dr Richard Niles and guests
Simon Mayo looks at what's available when you click on God.
An edition of the record request show that started life on the BBC Light Programme in 1945
New family sitcom written by and starring Irish comedian Jason Byrne.
Mark Radcliffe and his buddy Wammo set off on a poignant search for Doctor Feelgood.
Spotlighting the life and career of disco pioneer Donna Summer.
Nina's daughter Simone explores her mother's life and career
Chris Stuart presents the Royal British Legion's Festival of Remembrance.
Chris Stuart presents highlights from the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance.
The annual event pays tribute to the armed forces and remembers all victims of conflict.
Dougray Scott celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of the world's best-selling novels.
Singer-songwriter James Taylor talks to Johnnie Walker about his remarkable life.
The Rev Colin Semper revisits the first religious broadcast on the network.
A musical odyssey about the novelty band
Mark Radcliffe explores the wide range of folk and acoustic music from around the world
Hardeep Singh Kohli recreates the Star of Bethlehem at the Greenwich Planetarium.
Steve Earle profiles the life and work of the prolific songwriter
Elbow's Guy Garvey examines the Leonard Cohen classic Hallelujah.
David Jacobs presents a 13-part series on the life and times of Francis Albert Sinatra
Hugh Masekela explores the role of music in the freedom struggle of his home country
Much-loved comedians Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders present seasonal specials
Manilow presents his own personal view of lyricist and songwriter Johnny Mercer.
Clarke Peters explores Johnny Mercer's Savannah roots and how they influenced his songs.
The world's longest-running orchestral live music programme with the BBC Concert Orchestra
Maria McErlane talks Eurovision with Engelbert Humperdinck, Terry Wogan and Cheryl Baker.