Sally goes on a musical journey around Britain to find the country's very own 'Route 66'.
The story of one of the world's greatest guitarists, Mexican-born Carlos Santana
Sara presents highlights from BBC Music Day ahead of Duran Duran live from Eden Project.
The show for early risers - Pause for Thought, Swing Time, Showtune,& entertainment news.
The jazz legend sings, talks and tells jokes in largely unheard home recordings.
Melanie C celebrates the life and music of British band leader Ivy Benson.
Rev Richard Coles explores morality for Radio 2's Faith in the World week.
Chris Isaak is in Memphis to meet Scotty Moore, Elvis' right hand man on stage and studio.
A showcase of the best comedians on the Edinburgh Fringe
Guy Barker explores the making and continuing legacy of Miles Davis' album Kind of Blue.
Hollywood actor Elliott Gould celebrates the life and career of Danny Kaye.
An edition of Semprini Serenade, featuring Alberto Semprini and the Serenade Orchestra.
Sir Terry Wogan's Memorial Service is broadcast live from Westminster Abbey.
Seth Lakeman looks back at the folk music of 2014.
Significant days in the history of music
BBC Radio 6 Music
Chris Evans celebrates the seven wonders that have helped James Bond become such a success
Musicians record their own interpretations of tracks from the classic Beatles album.
The story of CS Lewis' love affair with poet Joy Gresham, read by Ian Richardson
Mark Lamarr's rock 'n' roll show, playing gems from his own collection
Texas frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri shares her love for Northern Soul.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne answer questions from the Radio 2 audience, led by Kate Thornton.
With a selection of music.
Valerie Simpson tells the story of the multi-Grammy Award winning American singer
Huey Morgan tells the story of the Rolling Stones' 1969 Let It Bleed tour.
Sheila Hancock hosts music and conversation to reflect on 2014 and look forward to 2015.
Sheila Hancock presents popular music written to reflect the world and make us think.
Sheila Tracy speaks to great jazz and big band musicians about their lives and careers.
Dotun Adebayo investigates the circumstances in which Sam Cooke was shot dead in 1964.
Ruby Turner tells story of the guitar playing gospel singer, Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Ruby Turner tells the extraordinary story of gospel musician Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Paul O'Grady presents a special two-part tribute to Bill Cotton
Mark Kermode presents a tribute to the musicians of the silent movies.
Nicki Chapman chats to the entrepreneur and artist manager about his favourite music.
Challenge Simon with your knowledge of trivia.
An original mix of entertainment featuring live music and in-depth interviews.
Leo Green tells the story of Frank Sinatra's unsuccessful 1953 UK tour.
Hollywood actor Angie Dickinson looks back on Frank Sinatra the actor
The story of Frank Sinatra's fall from popularity, and how he blossomed once again in 1953
Sir Cliff Richard finds out the truth behind the world's most famous Christmas carol.
Ian McMillan explores the rich history and variety of terrace chants in British football.
Michael Aspel tells the story of the bestselling singer from Greece
Paul Sexton profiles the musician and songwriter Leon Russell.
David Quantick looks at the extraordinary impact the record single has had on pop music
A tribute programme featuring newly discovered - and mostly never heard before - archive.
Ken Bruce talks to Sir Jimmy Young on the eve of his 90th birthday.
Sir Tim Rice returns to Radio 2, for one week only, and is joined by Celia Imrie.
Radio 2 rocks out with one of the most iconic guitarists of all time
The rock icon & former Guns N' Roses guitarist counts down his all-time favourite axe-men.
Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures on a variety of subjects
To mark the 70th birthday of Smokey Robinson, Johnnie Walker talks to the Motown legend.
Artists are interviewed about their life, music and the skills involved in writing songs.
Clarke Peters presents a profile of jazz clarinettist Acker Bilk.
Famous figures reveal the hidden stories and personalities behind some well-known songs
Peggy Seeger talks to Sally Boazman about how politics and music have defined her life.
Bob Harris delves into the music written but not necessarily recorded by The Beatles.
Richard Allinson showcases the song choices of some of Britain's finest songwriters.
Tony Blackburn explores three great US soul cities - Detroit, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Tony Blackburn looks at the soul music label Atlantic.
Tony Blackburn explores the music of the soul label, Philadelphia International.
Tony Blackburn explores the music of soul music label, Stax.
Tony Blackburn looks at the music of Tamla Motown.
Soul diva Mica Paris returns with a new series of the best in soul old and new
Cerys Matthews explores the power of music to bring us together.
Radio 2 celebrates The Sound of Motown - 50 years on.
Pete Mitchell looks at how the Motown sound has influenced musicians around the world.
A special edition with no narrator, no hindsight and no-one sharing their reminiscences.
Jeremy Vine introduces Radio 2's audio journey through the years
The very best music from the decade that had everything.
The very best of music from the 1960s, from the hits to the totally obscure
Classic album tracks and obscurities from the 1970s
The best music from the 1980s - hits, classics, album tracks, 12" singles and rarities
Johnnie Walker introduces an audio collage of news, music and media from 40 years ago.
Comedian Lee Mack tells the story of the Northern clubs in their heyday
The story of one of the most innovative and influential guitarists of the past 30 years.
Girl power is back with higlights of the group's two gigs at the 02 Arena in London.
Paul Gambaccini looks back at the life of Robin Gibb and his extensive musical career.
In tribute to Stan Tracey, his Under Milk Wood suite, recorded in concert.
Tony Blackburn reveals what was going on in 1967 in a collage of news, music, TV and radio
Jeremy Vine examines pop music's response to Thatcherism
Patrick Kielty celebrates Radio 2's comedy talent, including Jason Byrne and Russell Kane.
Nile Rodgers celebrates the impact Saturday Night Fever still has 30 years on.
Cilla talks about her life as one of the most popular female singer of the 1960s.
Cilla talks about her life as the most popular female singer of the 60s.
Playing his own choice of music and introducing listeners to emerging artists.
Classic tracks, his own choice of new music and introducing listeners to emerging artists
Steve Wright's afternoon show with special guests, music and a host of other features
A blend of classic love songs, dedications and real-life romance stories
The story of the New Orleans-born singer-songwriter and musician
Sting talks to Paul Gambaccini about his life and music and plays acoustically.
Tom Robinson examines the legacy of the Stonewall protests for the gay community.