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Tony Blackburn counts down the 40 biggest songs by acts who only ever had the one hit.
Tim Rice celebrates Sweden's biggest musical export with a countdown of their hits.
In Cliff Richard's 70th year, Radio 2 celebrates the platinum prince of pop.
Fifty years after the disaster, Max Boyce returns to Aberfan to meet its choir.
Neil Tennant explores the life and times of Andy Warhol.
Martin Sheen explores the continuing magic of Irving Berlin's best-selling song.
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Roger Daltrey, lead singer of The Who and a Wilson Pickett fan, profiles the soul star.
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Award-winning comedian Jesse Griffin stars as outlaw country singer Wilson Dixon
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Brian Matthew looks at Woolworth's colourful musical history.
Cerys Matthews presents her own world music show.
The world's 100 best-selling artists
Zoe Ball hosts a live show, with hits of today and great feelgood tunes from the past.
Bob Dylan's eclectic mix of music, guests, interviews and commentary
Christopher Biggins presents a historical look at the art of pantomime.
Brian Matthew presents a two part profile on The Hollies
Brian Matthew presents a profile on the Hollies, featuring specially recorded interviews
Paul Gambaccini looks at the history of the record label set up and owned by Frank Sinatra
50 years after Radio Caroline, a look at the pirates' huge influence on music and radio.
Andy Davies tells the story of dance marathons and their influence on modern reality TV.
Barry Manilow looks at the lives and works of composers of the Great American Songbook
The programme - recorded in LA - will focus on the writers of Motown's golden era.
Stephen Fry tells the story of how the Third Reich developed recording techniques
Gary Kemp charts the often controversial life and times of Boy George.
Richard Carpenter presents the story of the trumpet legend and record company boss
A collage of archive recordings, newsreels, clips and music based on the 1968 Olympics.
Jarvis Cocker celebrates Roxy Music and reflects on their legacy.
25 years on from the landmark album and video, Trevor Nelson tells the story of Thriller.
Music and comedy from Edinburgh Fringe Award winner Tim Minchin.
Comedian and writer Tim Minchin is joined by his band in this Peaceful Yuletide Half Hour.
Tim Rice plays favourites from his personal collection and celebrates great song lyricists
Sir Tim Rice explores the music and musicians of each American State
Paul Sexton looks at the art of the protest song and its story from past to present.
Jeremy Vine, Dermot O'Leary and Penny Smith mark the moment the Titanic sank 100 years ago
Radio 2 investigates many of the stories that continue to haunt the famous ship.
Topical chat hosted by former showbiz columnist turned presenter, Ben Tittle
Sitcom about a mother and daughter struggling to make ends meet. Maureen Lipman stars.
Pete Mitchell discovers the story of ToeRag Studios which has pre 1960s equipment.
Rob Brydon tells the story of the Welsh singer who made it from the Valleys to Vegas.
Sean Lock celebrates the life and career of the one and only Tommy Cooper!
Celebration of the life of singer and actor Tommy Steele as he reaches his 80th birthday.
Don Black celebrates the 75th birthday of Tommy Steele, Britain's first rock 'n' roll star
A night of live stand-up from one of the greatest living stand-ups, Tommy Tiernan.
Barbara Windsor tells the story of the 1951 Festival of Britain and examines its heritage.
A series of programmes to mark the 50th anniversary of West Side Story opening on Broadway
Elaine Paige presents highlights of the 2015 Tony Awards.
Elaine Paige presents highlights of the 2016 Tony Awards.
Tony Bennett presents his selection of 40 defining songs from the Great American Songbook.
Tony Bennett guides the Radio 2 audience through his Great American Songbook
Tony Blackburn's cellar full of soul for New Year's Eve.
Tony Blackburn counts down the 30 biggest selling songs from the movies of all time.
A bank holiday mix of Tony's Top Tunes with the latest travel news and your dedications.
Tony pops in for the occasional knees-up, celebrating the best of British
Tony and Trevor present two hours of the very best soul music for the bank holiday.
Tony Blackburn spins his personal pick of the hits from across the decades.
Tony Hatch celebrates 80 years of BBC Television by way of their theme tunes.
Van Morrison looks back over his long career in an interview with Leo Green.
Paul Sexton tells the story of the 2-Tone label
Tony Blackburn counts down the biggest selling singles of the 1960s.
The three-man comedy team with sketches, music and a fictional interactive quiz.
Trevor's pick of the best in soul
Leading soul DJ Trevor Nelson plays the best in soul music past and present
A tribute to the late jazz great and broadcasting legend, Humphrey Lyttelton.
Ken Bruce pays tribute to the late Sir Jimmy Young.
Remembering the life of jazz musician Sir John Dankworth
On the 30th anniversary of Marvin Gaye's death, his wife Jan looks at his life and career.
Don Maclean looks at the work of Ray Stevens.
Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson combine the mundane with the surreal in their comedy show
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