BBC Radio Gloucestershire joins BBC Radio 5 live.
A look ahead to the classical music event of the year which is coming to Gloucester.
Meet the Cirencester man with archive films of summer Agricultural Shows in the 1920s.
Pete Wilson visits Dursley and looks for clues to its historical past.
Richard Green hosts a countdown of the official chart for this very week in 1989 and 1960.
Cleo Laine talks about the famous Stables Theatre and Tex Beneke chats about Glenn Miller.
Radio Winchcombe discuss Marilyn Monroe and BCFM talk mixed faith relationships.
A Cheltenham Asian ladies group is encouraging women to join a brand new sewing bee.
Vere talks about gay marriage with Teddy Burton from a black church in Gloucester.
Birthday anniversary tributes to Harry Parr-Davies, plus Peggy Lee and Alma Cogan.
Phillip features the letter "S" including Safroni, Sousa, Strauss, Suppe and Sullivan.
We bring you an early mix of music, chat, and a delve into the papers.
Monday 27 May 2013