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Late-night music and chat, with Colin MacIntyre in his 'Mull Historical Society' guise.
Join the 3.46 club with your early morning host Richard Allinson.
Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to actor Frank Williams.
Steve and the Love Songs team get Sunday morning off to a romantic start.
Sir Terry Wogan has live music from Katie Melua and The Coronas.
Elaine Paige is joined by James Horner, composer of the Titanic film score.
Johnnie speaks to record label founder Seymour Stein and folk musician Judy Collins.
With another Lost TV Theme, two more All Star Triples and the latest Mystery Year.
Brian Sibley examines the differences between Walt Disney's private and public personas.
Diane Louise Jordan presents a feast of Easter music and readings from Lincoln Cathedral.
Russell Davies celebrates the art, craft and inspiration of the popular song.
Clare presents the best in big band sounds from the 1930s to the present day.
1/13 David Jacobs presents a 13-part series on the life and times of Francis Albert Sinatra.
Great music and top chat after midnight on Radio 2, including indie classics.
Great tunes and oddball conversation with Alex on the Best Time of the Day Show.
Monday 9 April 2012