Late night music, Skues style.
In the middle hour, the first of a two-part feature with Hollies drummer Bobby Elliott.
After midnight, Keith looks back at the UK singles chart top five of 52 years ago.
In the middle hour, Keith plays some Academy Award-winning songs.
Keith plays LP tracks in the first hour, 45s in the second, and 78s in the third.
Keith pays tribute to the American singer who died this week at the age of 89.
After midnight, Keith has the UK top five from this week 43 years ago.
After 11, vinyl record expert Eric White joins Keith for a look at the Parlophone label.
Keith plays highlights of a show from 1993 and the UK top five of this week in 1968.
After midnight, Keith plays the top five from the UK singles chart of this week in 1975.
A middle hour of famous instrumentals and their lesser-known vocal versions.
After 11, Keith looks back at his involvement with Pirate BBC Essex last August.
In tonight's middle hour Keith plays songs he remembers from when he was 21, in 1960.
A chance to hear some highlights of Keith's Radio 1 special from Broadcasting House.
Excerpts from some of Keith's interviews with music greats, and some festive No. 1 hits.
Keith looks back at what was in the top five of the UK singles chart at Christmas 1963.
This week's middle hour looks at acclaimed Christmas songs which weren't chart hits.
Keith marks the passing of "the French Elvis," Johnny Hallyday, who died this week.
Tonight's show features the top 5 bestselling singles in the USA from 1973.
Keith and guest Alan Thompson look back at some of the early British rock and rollers.
Keith turns over the middle hour of the programme to some listener selections.
Tonight's archive hour feature is an interview Keith recorded with Johnny Mathis in 1976.
Keith turns over this week's middle hour choices to the BBC computer!
Keith looks at what was topping the charts this week in 1960, 57 years ago.
Keith pays tribute to pioneering TV music show producer Jack Good, who died last month.
Keith, one of Radio 1's original DJs, is live where it all began, at Broadcasting House.
Keith and guest record expert Eric White tell the story of the Liberty label from 11pm.