BBC Radio programmes on the 90th anniversary
Hear a montage of highlights from 90 years of BBC Radio.
Paul Gambaccini tells the story of the early radio pioneers, from 1906 to 1945.
Radio 1 cautiously embraces the digital revolution - presenters struggle with the jargon.
Simon celebrates 90 years of the BBC from the Science Museum, joined by Damon Albarn.
Simon Mayo unveils the recovered lost gems of The Listeners' Archive project.
Dominic Sandbrook tells the story of how British radio began.
Roger Bolton explores the genesis of 'Reithian' values at the BBC.
Kirsty Young tells the story of the long-running radio programme.
The Desert Island Discs Story presented by James Naughtie. First broadcast 1992
In his last letter, Alistair Cooke examines Iraq’s influence on the Presidential Election.