Peter Curran joins Spinal Tap for a catch-up and to hear tracks from their new album.
How Labour snatched defeat from the jaws of victory as England lost the World Cup Crown.
A Music Club Special with Simon Mayo talking to performers and guests at the Brit Awards.
A montage of archive recordings, newsreels and music telling the story of 1970.
Extraordinary moments from the history of the Olympic Games are told in words and songs
Craig Charles follows a project which aims to rehabilitate prison inmates through music.
Brian Matthew celebrates the golden age of British dance bands.
Barbara Windsor takes us on a tour of the famous London nightclubs of yesterday.
Barbara Windsor celebrates the lives of the biggest names in popular entertainment
Barbara Windsor celebrates the lives and careers of influential female comedy icons
Barbara Windsor leads a series on musical legends
From her home in Malibu, Barbra chats with Academy Award-winning lyricist Don Black.
Barbra chats to the Academy Award winning lyricist Don Black from her home in Malibu.
Paul Gambaccini talks to award-winning singer, actress and director Barbra Streisand.
Dame Shirley Bassey, 'The Girl from Tiger Bay', tells her story to Paul Sexton
Nancy Wilson and Guy Barker honour pioneering jazz pianist Sir George Shearing
Mark Lamarr tells the story of the Bay City Rollers.
Paul Gambaccini presents the BBC Jazz Awards.
The annual Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, featuring orchestral classical music
Celebrating folk music and the people who make it.
A nationwide search to find the best new stand-up talent in the UK
Harry Shearer mixes archive with brand new interviews and a sun-soaked soundtrack
How did Liverpool shape the Beatles, and what did they share of the city with the world?
Ken Bruce has a collection of BBC Beatle moments, with 60s archive sessions and interviews
A rare chance to hear the Beatles as BBC audiences would have originally encountered them.
Bill Kenwright presents Beatles songs and interviews recorded at the BBC during the 60s.
Cilla Black presents a two-hour programme devoted to cover versions of Beatles hits.
Paul Gambaccini tells the story of how the Beatles made Magical Mystery Tour in 1967.
Paul Gambaccini explores the legacy of The Beatles
Johnnie Walker speaks to the Bee Gees' Robin and Barry Gibb.
John McCarthy sheds light on the experiences of survivors of captivity.
Marc Almond delivers a personal exploration of the life and works of Jacques Brel
Dermot O'Leary presents the story behind the Christmas classic Fairytale of New York.
Another chance to hear the story of the record producer, who died in March 2013.
Boy George looks back on the most decadent disco in history: Studio 54.
30 years after his death, Alexander Armstrong profiles the legendary Peter Sellers.
Curtis Stigers celebrates the life and music of clarinettist and bandleader Benny Goodman
Bernie Taupin discusses the creative impulses behind his partnership with Elton John.
Bette Midler presents an hour of her favourite seasonal music.
Bette Midler plays her favourite music interspersed with her own stories.
Hugh Dennis celebrates the work of The Salvation Army's Family Tracing Service.
A compilation of the best bits from Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish's weekly BBC 6 Music show.
Charles Hazlewood presents the best of BBC Maida Vale Studios anniversary celebrations.
Bill Kenwright pays tribute to the singer and Coronation Street actress, Betty Driver.
A vibrant half hour of inspiring spiritual music
Beyond the Rumours - Johnnie Walker Meets Fleetwood Mac.
Curtis Stigers presents an hour of swinging sounds, featuring the BBC Big Band and guests.
The very best big band music, from the 1930s to the present day
Stephen Fry presents a tribute to Viv Stanshall, lead singer of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band
Story of the interview in which John Lennon said the Beatles were more popular than Jesus.
A look at the moment when John Lennon claimed The Beatles were more popular that Jesus.
Bill Kenwright shares his passion for the hits of the late 50s and early 60s
Bill Kenwright's Magnificent Seven, including HM the Queen's Christmas message.
Paul Sexton presents the story of American singer, songwriter and pianist Billy Joel
Michael Freedland goes on the trail of Bing Crosby
An irreverent and light-hearted look at the career of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
David Quantick takes a comic look at the world of jazz
David Quantick with everything you need to know about music in easily digestible chunks
David Quantick with more comical and occasionally fabricated explanations of music
Mariella Frostrup celebrates iconic blondes: Doris Day, Diana Dors and Marilyn Monroe
Mariella Frostrup celebrates more iconic blondes
Don Letts looks at the Rastafari movement and its influence on Jamaican music.
Kenny Ball talks candidly to Claire Teal about his life and career spanning over 50 years.
A series of programmes celebrating Bob Dylan's 70th birthday.
Bob Harris tells the story of Bob Dylan's first visit to London during the winter of 1962.
Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour returns with a programme dedicated to the Telephone.
Bob presents his choice of country, roots and Americana music
Bob raids his personal record collection and plays overlooked and forgotten gems
DJ Bob Harris picks an eclectic mix of new tracks
Michael Freedland tracks the life of 'the fastest gagman in the business'
...A Man in A Hurry. Story of the performer Bobby Darin, who died 35 years ago this month
Nikki Bedi looks at the British love of Bollywood
Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi plays two hours of classic rock music.
John Barry talks to Paul Sexton about his 007 years and a distinguished life in music.
The Oscar-winning lyricist Don Black explores what makes a great Bond song.
Petula Clark presents a profile of the great French chansonnier Charles Aznavour
Johnnie Walker tells the story of the music behind Easy Rider.
Johnnie Walker selects the best moments from 30 years of interviews with Bruce Springsteen
Christopher Timothy hosts a concert of Christmas music and carols.
Christopher Timothy presents a special Christmas concert.
The sound of Christmas with the Black Dyke Band, Joe Stilgoe and others.
Stephen Tompkinson presents a celebration of the UK's long love affair with brass bands
Paul Hollingdale re-creates his breakfast special which opened Radio 2 40 years ago.
The colourful life of South Africa's most popular female vocalist, Brenda Fassie.
AC/DC's Brian Johnson shares the songs and artists that provide the soundtrack to his life
Brian Matthew guides listeners through the Sixties.
James Moir celebrates the Sony Award-winning Brian Matthew, a true icon of the airwaves.
Jenny Seagrove and Nigel Havers star in a live production of Brief Encounter.
Alice Cooper tells the story of how The Beatles opened the doors for the British Invasion.