Great music and top chat after midnight, including indie classics and BBC Re-Introducing.
Witty chat and top tunes for all night-owls on the Best Time of the Day Show with Alex.
Discussing the fibs you were told by your parents, plus some unexpected Mel Torme.
Canadian crooner Michael Bublé joins the show for a spot of breakfast.
Steve Miller chooses two more favourites in Tracks of My Years, plus the PopMaster quiz.
Jeremy discusses leaving prison, porn, the Liverpool Care Pathway and women bishops.
Steve and the team are joined by Sebastian Coe and comedian Lee Nelson.
Simon and the team are joined by TV Masterchef Gregg Wallace, plus a new Confession.
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts talks to Jamie about his lifelong passion for jazz.
Jo chats to Brandon Flowers from the Killers, and plays some great tunes old and new.
Nigel Ogden presents some entertaining recordings from the organ world.
2/6 Paul Gambaccini traces developments from the end of the Second World War to the early '60s
In an exclusive interview, the Rolling Stones look back over almost 40 years on the road. (R)
Great music and chat after midnight, including indie classics and Tunes of the Unexpected.
Safe places that are so safe you can't find them - what have you hidden and lost forever?
Wednesday 21 November 2012