Exploring how the Beatles' last public performance, a rooftop concert in 1969, came about.
Mariella Frostrup takes a look at Helen Reddy's classic hit I Am Woman.
Trevor Nelson looks back at the rise and fall of Motown's last great act.
Nina Myskov confronts the ultimate question for '70s teenage girls - David or Donny?
Steve Wright examines the phenomenon of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody.
A look at human ingenuity and spirit
Phil Daniels remembers The Who's drummer Keith Moon, who died on 7 September 1978.
Pete Mitchell tells the tale of a lauded singer who hardly got a penny from his music.
An irreverent and fun panel game, with a variety of games based on the world of film.
Serialisation of Robert Graves' story of the Roman emperor, read by Sir Derek Jacobi
The comedy spirit medium is joined by special celebrity guest Melanie Sykes for a new show
Comedy series about celebrity spirit medium and psychic reader Ian D Montfort.
A series of programmes featuring some of Radio 2's finest music profiles
Imelda May and husband Daryl Higham present an hour of their favourite rockabilly records.
Documentary telling the story of pop great Roy Orbison
Trevor Nelson takes a look at the life and times of singer Mariah Carey.
Steve Lamacq showcases artists who have performed at the BBC's Maida Vale studios.
Holly Johnson visits Hamburg to explore the origins of the Beatles.
JLC tries to define "lounge music" and plays an all-embracing selection.
A programme paying tribute to Joe Loss, the undisputed doyen of big bandleaders.
Hardeep Singh Kohli travels the UK to see how British and Indian cultures have integrated
As David Bowie's 65th birthday approaches, Radio 2 celebrates the iconic popstar.
Radio 2 tells the story of American DJ Alan Freed's downfall in the payola scandal.
The story of Rod Temperton, the man who wrote some of the biggest pop hits.
Annie Nightingale ponders the impact of the Falklands war through the song 'Shipbuilding'.
Don Letts tells the story of Island Records, founded by Chris Blackwell fifty years ago
Contemporary re-interpretations of Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, with a northern twist
The hapless DJ's precarious broadcast pilot at Queen Elizabeth Hospital radio station.