A bonus Tunesday, where Simon will play your LONG SONGS on the subject of AMERICA!
Simon welcomes debut author John Marrs to the Radio 2 Book Club to discuss, The One.
Simon Mayo launches the weekend with All Request Friday.
Foodie Thursday offers up persian joojeh chicken wing kebabs with skewered tomatoes.
Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh from Deacon Blue are Simon's special guests.
Simon plays more of your favourite LONG SONGS in full - nothing less than 5 minutes.
Professor Robert Winston chats to Simon about his new book 'My Amazing Body Machine'.
Tea-smoked lamb with spicy Korean miso is the delicious dish in Foodie Thursday.
William Dalrymple and Anita Anand discuss their book on the infamous Koh-I-Noor diamond.
Alice Roberts discusses her tour 'Tamed', where she asks: 'how do you tame wildness?'.
Simon welcomes author Gail Honeyman to the Radio 2 Book Club to discuss her new novel.
Elderflower custard tart with poached gooseberries is on offer in Foodie Thursday.
Ben Macintrye - author and historian - discusses his new book 'SAS: Rogue Heroes'.
It's another Tunesday, where Simon plays your 'long song' requests in full after 6pm.
David Hepworth discusses new book 'Uncommon People - The Rise and Fall of the Rock Stars'.
Nigel cooks up chopped raw hanger steak with mozzarella, borlotti beans and wild garlic.
Legendary Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters discusses his first solo album in 25 years.
Clive Anderson chats about the latest Edinburgh Fringe version of Whose Line Is It Anyway.
Simon welcomes Imran Mahmood to the Radio 2 Book Club to discuss 'You Don't Know Me'.
Suzi Perry starts the weekend with another All Request Friday, where you choose the tunes!
Nigel Barden serves grilled mackerel with pickled bean sprout salad and roasted chili oil.
Suzi sits in with special guest James May, talking about his new book 'The Reassembler'.
Dame Jacqueline Wilson is Suzi's special guest as she sits in for Simon all this week.
Suzi Perry sits in all week and kicks off with a special Bank Holiday All-Request show.
Pork vindaloo is on offer from cook Nigel Barden in another mouth-watering Foodie Thursday
English cricket legend Phil Tufnell drops in to talk about his latest book of anecdotes.