Krissi Murison, the first female editor of the NME, offers a spoken word session.
Witty chat and top tunes for all night-owls on the Best Time of the Day Show with Alex.
Vanessa is here to welcome early risers - and the late-to-bed brigade - into a new day.
The newly appointed Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley speaks to Vassos.
Joining Ken with two more of their all-time favourite songs are Dougie and Harry of McFly.
Jeremy discusses the helicopter crash, horse meat in beef burgers, God and pets at work.
Steve chats to national treasure Trevor McDonald and self-help expert Paul McKenna.
Simon Mayo is joined by actor Mark Williams to talk about his role as Father Brown.
Mark presents his new folk and acoustic show, with live music from songwriter Chris Wood.
Jo presents a great new music and classic album tracks, and plays a listener's Mix Tape.
Frank Renton presents winning music from Brass in Concert 2012.
Stuart Maconie recounts the social change, optimism and Beatle-mania of the early '60s.
Trevor's Album Of The Week is a 1978 self-titled release from Hi-Tension.
Great music and top chat after dark, including indie classics and Tunes of the Unexpected.
Celebrating two years on Early Breakfast, Vanessa asks about your discarded cookbooks.
Thursday 17 January 2013