Watch and listen to the very best of the week's video and audio clips from BBC Radio 2.
Tim Burgess from The Charlatans joins Jo Whiley in the studio.
Former Guns 'n' Roses guitarist Slash picks his Tracks of My Years.
Craig Charles meets Alice Russell and Will Quantic for the Funk and Soul Show, on the cobbles of Coronation Street, to catch up on their new collaboration.
Jimmy, Merrill and Jay Osmond chat to Steve Wright.
Soul legend Dionne Warwick chats to Trevor Nelson as part of the Matthew, Nelson and Wright Radio 2DAY show
The Buzzcocks' Pete Shelley explains to Steve Lamacq how he wrote 'Ever Fallen in Love'.
Aled Jones says Good Morning to Norwegian singer Morten Harket, formerly of the band A-Ha.
Graham chats with two of the Scissor Sisters.
Singing legend Barry Manilow chats to Steve Wright
Jo Whiley chats to Musician and entertainer Tim Minchin.
Hollywood A-lister Will Smith chats to Steve Wright
Simon talks with Pete Waterman about the sad passing today of Donna Summer.
Sir Tom Jones chats to Steve Wright
Gary Barlow talks us through the official Diamond Jubilee song!
King of the big beats Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim, shares his favourite dance tunes.
Annie Nightingale joins Graham to chat about her Radio 2 Bank Holiday special.
Jeremy talks to Matt, a listener, who kept a sofa in his garden.
Jo Whiley chats to Beth Ditto's Gossip about their new album.
Singer and actress Paloma Faith chats to Paloma Faith.
Dermot sings the official Diamond Jubilee song while Gary Barlow plays the piano.
Former N-Dubz vocalist and X Factor judge Tulisa picks her Tracks Of My Years.
Steve Wright looks at the links between the monarchy and the Thames.
Bob recalls his fondest memory of Robin and his brothers.
Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading.
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