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Alan Titchmarsh marks the 250th anniversary of the death of George Frideric Handel
Liza Tarbuck tells the story of our holiday camps, with a little help from her friends...
Sir Tim Rice presents an extravaganza celebrating the music of Abba.
A tribute to the groundbreaking American songwriter Stephen Foster
Musician Soweto Kinch takes a journey of musical discovery in Harlem
BBC Radio 6 Music
The story of session player Harold Bradley, the world's most recorded guitarist.
Harry Shearer delves into his record collection and plays some wonderful hand-picked tunes
Stephen Merchant considers the success of the entertainment giant, Home Box Office.
Billy Bragg tells the story of Pete Seeger's remarkable life in folk music and politics.
Comedian Sanjeev Bhaskar celebrates Monty Python's The Life of Brian.
David Jacobs tells the story of multi award-winning American composer Marvin Hamlisch
Paul Gambaccini celebrates the voice and career of Johnny Mathis
Actor Michael Sheen looks back at the legendary career of Sir David Frost.
German comic Henning Wehn shares his views on Britain and its unique foibles
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A celebration of the career of US singer and bandleader Cab Calloway
Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic talk to Steve Lamacq about the heady days of Nevermind.
The story of the Monkees told through interviews with the three surviving band members
Roger Daltrey celebrates the life and music of the late rock 'n' roll legend Bo Diddley
Robin Gibb celebrates the story of the falsetto voice from church music to chart hits.
Paul Gambaccini presents a series chronicling the life of singer Jackie Wilson
Hardeep Singh Kohli looks in India for those who journeyed the Hippy Trail.
Pete Mitchell plays rare Motown tracks and learns all about the label
The Queen's Christmas message to the peoples of the Commonwealth.
BBC Radio 4
Her Majesty the Queen delivers her annual Christmas message.
Events celebrating HM the Queen Elizabeth II's 60 years on the throne
A profile of the original hobo, bluesman David 'Honeyboy' Edwards.
The story of record producer and sonic innovator Joe Meek, as told by Tom Robinson
Series profiling some of Hollywood's most charming leading men
Shilpa Shetty brings Bollywood to the mainstream
Radio 2's irreverent comedy panel show about showbiz and celebrity news.
Documentary to mark the 20th anniversary of the first World Aids Day.
Miranda Sawyer explores how Britpop brought pop music into the mainstream media.
Richard Herring irreverently intertwines the fall of communism with the rise of The Hoff.
David Tennant reveals how the stories of Roald Dahl have inspired pop songwriters.
Candi Staton presents the story of one of the world's most recorded songs and its composer
Howard Goodall presents seasonal choir favourites.
Series on the quality of young musical talent in British specialist schools and colleges
Bruce Dickinson continues the story of one of the greatest Chicago bluesmen - Howlin' Wolf
Bruce Dickinson presents a profile of Howlin' Wolf, one of the greatest Chicago bluesmen
An exclusive interview with the Rolling Stones' guitarist.
Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals raids his personal record collection
Huey Morgan returns to NYC to uncover how a poem from 1823 shaped the modern Christmas.
Sir Trevor McDonald presents the untold story of the West Indies' role in the Great War.
Hugh Laurie performs in a concert recorded at The 2011 Cheltenham Jazz Festival.
Hugh Laurie examines the way in which the blues has influenced pop music
Documentary to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
David Quantick profiles the long-lived fictional detective and adventurer Sexton Blake.