Celebrating 90 years of BBC radio, a selection of short features marking some memorable radio moments.
Including Christopher Stone, one of the BBC's first DJs, introducing gramophone discs with his Time for a Tune programme.
Including Vera Lynn, George Orwell and CS Lewis.
Includes some "jolly joshing" between the Beatles and a BBC reporter, and Jimi Hendrix being asked to keep the noise down.
Including the news of Indira Gandhi's death, and torchlight and typewriters for Sue MacGregor.
Including Radio 1 cautiously embracing the digital revolution, and worries over the Millennium Bug.
A suffragette, attitudes to sexuality, and Monica Lewinsky tells Jenni Murray why she kept that dress.
An early excursion to record the 'actual' world provides the opportunity for a hop picking holiday.
Including a year in the life of The Archers.
Including excerpts from The BBC Variety Programmes Policy Guide For Writers and Producers.
Including journalist Najiba Kasraee revealing how a children's radio character captivated a Taliban Commander.
Including Vera Lynn's weekly letter in words and music, bringing the forces and their sweethearts together.
Including Clare Balding applauding 5 live's Jacqui Oatley, the first female football commentator on national radio.
Including a 13-year-old Jeremy Vine making his radio debut on his own home made station - down a sewage pipe.
Including The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix - and John Peel in his own words, which were heard on BBC radio for almost 40 years.