Dale Winton catches up with Dolly Parton in Nashville in a life-affirming interview.
Dame Edna's Christmas Leftovers.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa presents a selection of her favourite seasonal music and carols.
Danny Baker and Zoe Ball present three hours of music, chat and calls from listeners
The 2012 Sony Award for Speech Radio Personality of the Year presents a live special.
Two special shows for Easter 2007 with the Irish comedian and broadcaster
Drama by Sir Tom Stoppard, celebrating Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon.
Michael Ball fulfils his longtime ambition to meet Dolly Parton
Ed Byrne examines the life, career and comic legacy of Dave Allen.
Dave Gorman hosts a silly, Olympic themed panel show in a pub.
Dave Pearce presents classic disco tracks
Dave Pearce celebrates dance music from the past 40 years
Nature broadcaster David Attenborough on his early TV work - producing folk music shows.
An interactive Christmas Day special with the sport and celebrity icon.
Stars of the silver screen share insights and anecdotes with Sir David Frost.
David Jacobs presents a relaxed programme of easy-listening music and anecdotes
Friends and colleagues pay tribute to the legendary broadcaster, who died in 2013 aged 87.
James Moir presents a tribute to the doyen of British broadcasters, David Jacobs CBE
David Jason serves up classic moments from an array of festive television and radio shows.
David Puttnam and Brian Sibley chart the story of the first hundred years of popular film
David Rodigan showcases his love for all types of reggae music
A recreation of the moment when John Lennon and Paul McCartney first met in 1957.
Jeremy Vine marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
4 Extra Debut. Mitchell and Webb are a hack sci-fi scribe and his gormless lodger.
The Pink Floyd story from their Cambridge beginnings to the Live 8 reunion
Johnnie Walker explores the lasting appeal and influence of Led Zeppelin.
Deana Martin marks the 15th anniversary of her father's death with favourite songs.
Singer Rufus Wainwright celebrates the 50th anniversary of Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall.
Zoe Ball looks at the story of UK dance music, as told by the biggest names on the scene
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