A look at the music and influence of Noel Coward
Actor Ewan McGregor celebrates the fiftieth birthday of America's iconic Ford Mustang.
Charles Hazlewood uncovers the unique pop music heritage that has shaped Britain
The songstress performs at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2013, presented by Jamie Cullum.
Music and chat with Richard Madeley to ease you into your Sunday
The story of those who took the overland trail from Europe via Istanbul to Kathmandu.
Barry Manilow plays the perfect soundtrack to Christmas Eve.
The best of the big bands.
The last edition of this show was broadcast on 26 July 2009.
Malcolm McLaren tells the story of the jukebox within organised crime and rock'n'roll.
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Malcolm McLaren tells the extraordinary story of his 1983 album, Duck Rock.
McLaren gives an account of his observations, memories and stories about London.
Musician and impresario Malcolm McLaren sets out in search of his true self.
Lenny Kravitz celebrates the life and musical achievements of soul artist Curtis Mayfield
Lenny Kravitz pays tribute to Curtis Mayfield's life and achievements.
Jarvis Cocker looks at German electronic music and its top exponents.
Marc Riley dips into the BBC's archives and unearths seminal rock interviews
Maria Elena Holly talks to Don McLean about her life with Buddy before and since his death
Maria chats to comedian Jeremy Hardy about his thirty years in stand-up.
Maria McErlane presents a vibrant mix of music and celebrity guests.
Mariah Carey looks back on her career.
Kim Cattrall explores the enduring appeal of Marilyn Monroe, 50 years after her death.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa profiles the stormy life of singer Mario Lanza
Mark Kermode heads to Memphis, Tennessee, to trace the musical history of the city.
Mark Goodier, 'the man who plays the best music', returns for a series of festive specials
Mark Kermode leads a tour through soundtracks from his favourite movies
Mark Lamarr presents the best music you never knew you loved from the last 70 years.
Mark Lamarr plays the coolest sixties tracks from both sides of the Atlantic
Mark Lamarr traces the history of redneck music
Mark Radcliffe and Liza Tarbuck fill in for Steve Wright and chat to Annie Lennox.
Mark plays an eclectic selection of new and classic music from his own record vaults
Bruce Dickinson explores the world of hard rock
Guitarist Pete Townshend and lead singer Roger Daltrey look back on the birth of the band.
Radio 2's coverage of the Cheltenham Jazz Festival continues with Melody Gardot in concert
Michael's special guest is actress Imelda Staunton.
Michael's special guest is actor Jonathan Pryce.
Sunday Brunch with Michael Ball and guests
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Michael Ball takes an in-depth look at the greatest songwriting partnerships of all time
Michael Grade tells the inside story of Britain's television industry
With words and music recorded at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.
Parky plays forgotten masters, musical legends and the next generation of singers
Michael returns to Radio 2 live from LA with 2 hours of music and special guests.
Actor Michael Sheen presents his picks of eighties music
Gary Kemp marks the 20th anniversary of the death of his guitar hero Mick Ronson.
A look at the impact of the influx of East European immigration on the West's music scene.
Mika presents party tracks to help welcome in the New Year.
Folk, roots and acoustic music, plus artist news and the latest album releases
Rory Bremner looks at the life and career of his hero, impressionist Mike Yarwood.
Craig Charles explores the music that Miles Davis produced in his Electric Era.
Comedians Miranda Hart and Jon Holmes present laughs, music, games and guests
The tall and unconventional comedienne has lots to learn about retail and men.
A gala performance of the whole show with a finale starring the current and original casts
Mo Dutta starts off Saturday and Sunday mornings with dry wit, quizzes and music
Music until Midnight - the best in easy listening sounds and timeless standards
DJ and broadcaster Chris Coco tells the history of the music now known as chillout.
Radio 2 pays tribute to Davy Jones by re-visiting this 2006 documentary.
Short series celebrating the Montreux Jazz Festival
The Mighty Boosh meet Monty Python to tell the story of the Python comedy albums
Charles Hazlewood explores the musical legacy of the first moon landing.
Bob Harris takes a tour round the building known as 'the mother church of Country music'.
Catherine Tate celebrates the life of theatre director Joan Littlewood.
Pete Mitchell explores the history and music of Detroit, home of US soul music.
Adam White profiles the Tamla Motown label, which launched 40 years ago in Britain
Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the artists and teams behind the Motown label.
Well-known figures review their favourite movie with the assistance of expert contributors
Danny Boyle presents a profile of Indian composer AR Rahman.
Jerry Hall explores the hedonistic lifestyle of The Doors' lead singer.
An exploration of the 'missing' 13 months in the life and career of Paul Simon.
Dermot O'Leary brings you live coverage of Mumford & Sons at Glastonbury 2013.
Sophie Ellis-Bexter presents upbeat music to get New Year revellers in the party mood.
Exploring the power music has to make people feel better
A concert featuring James Blunt, KT Tunstall, Mika and The Hoosiers at the O2 Arena.
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Radio 2 takes in all the excitement and build up to this year's Brit Awards.
Paul Gambaccini presents a six-part history of music radio in the UK and USA.
Kris Kristofferson explores the music and musical legacy of the American Civil War
Jamie Cullum presents highlights from the 43rd Montreux Jazz Festival
DJ Iyare Igiehon sets out to explore the complex relationship between music and the mind.
John Sebastian explores the creative influence of Greenwich Village in New York
Paloma Faith takes a musical tour of Olympic boroughs Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham.
Celebrating the world's most popular and successful form of theatrical entertainment
Emmylou Harris picks out the tracks that have most influenced her career in country music
Jeremy Vine meets five UK immigrants and discovers the soundtracks to their lives
Chrissy Iley chats to British actor Michael Sheen about his life and career.