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Mark Kermode conducts a very personal tour of the last 60 years of pop music in cinema.

Ken Bruce

Anastacia chooses the Tracks of My Years

Anastacia chooses the Tracks of My Years in an interview first broadcast in 2014.

Anastacia, American born popstar, chooses the Tracks of My Years in an interview first broadcast in 2014. There's the daily love song, record and album of the week plus PopMaster.

Anastacia, American born popstar, chooses the Tracks of My Years in an interview first broadcast in 2014. The song "I'm Outta Love" shot her to worldwide fame in the year 2000, with her popularity continuing to rise after the global success of songs "Left outside Alone" and "Sick And Tired". At the time of the interview she had just released a brand new album called "Resurrection", her first of original material in nearly five and a half years which was written primarily during her second battle with breast cancer. The album went on to be a commercial success in Europe entering the top five in Italy, Germany, Spain and Switzerland and the top ten in the Dutch and UK charts. That same year Anastacia embarked on a European promotional tour in support of "Stupid Little Things" then at the start of October 2014, she embarked on her third headlining tour, The Resurrection Tour, with a second single "Staring At The Sun" appearing in September. The first two tracks Anastacia has picked come from Aretha Franklin and Simply Red.

Ken also has the daily love song, record and album of the week plus PopMaster. If you'd like to get in touch with the show email Ken.Bruce@bbc.co.uk

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Jeremy Vine

17/07/2020

Jeremy and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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The Craig Charles House Party

Stevie, Aretha, Sylvester, and more!

Craig Charles provides your ultimate Saturday party playlist with fab funk and soul tunes.

Let Craig Charles provide your ultimate Saturday night party playlist as he spins his way through seven decades of the finest funk and soul tunes for your listening pleasure. If it feels like funk and sounds like soul it'll be The Craig Charles House Party.

Jeremy Vine

Care Homes and the TV Licence

Jeremy discusses care home visits, the TV licence, easing lockdown and Terry's allotment.

Jeremy discusses visiting care home residents who have dementia, the end of free TV licences for over-75s, has the easing of lockdown been sexist and Terry Walton's allotment.

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With DJ Silly Boi, the hottest tunes and no 'g's.

DJ Silly Boi takes over the Big Show for 45 minutes of the hottest dance tunes from across the years, all fully cranked but with absolutely no 'g's.

DJ Silly Boi takes over the Big Show for 45 minutes of the hottest dance tunes from across the years, all fully cranked to maximum weekend volume but with absolutely no 'g's.

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Ken Bruce

Anastacia and PopMaster

Anastacia picks the Tracks of My Years in an interview first broadcast in 2014.

Anastacia, American born popstar,, picks the Tracks of My Years in an interview first broadcast in 2014. There's the daily love song plus another round of PopMaster.

Anastacia, American born popstar, chooses the Tracks of My Years in an interview first broadcast in 2014. The song "I'm Outta Love" shot her to worldwide fame in the year 2000, with her popularity continuing to rise after the global success of songs "Left outside Alone" and "Sick And Tired". At the time of the interview she had just released a brand new album called "Resurrection", her first of original material in nearly five and a half years which was written primarily during her second battle with breast cancer. The album went on to be a commercial success in Europe entering the top five in Italy, Germany, Spain and Switzerland and the top ten in the Dutch and UK charts. That same year Anastacia embarked on a European promotional tour in support of "Stupid Little Things" then at the start of October 2014, she embarked on her third headlining tour, The Resurrection Tour, with a second single "Staring At The Sun" appearing in September. The next two tracks Anastacia has picked come from Celine Dion and AC/DC..

Ken also has the daily love song, record and album of the week plus PopMaster. If you'd like to get in touch with the show email Ken.Bruce@bbc.co.uk

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Jeremy Vine

16/07/2020

Jeremy and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Steve Wright in the Afternoon

Angela Scanlon has the exclusive extended play of "Learn To Fly" by Surfaces and Elton John

Joining Angela Scanlon today is Amar Latif, who is competing in Celebrity Masterchef.

Joining Angela Scanlon today is entrepreneur and travel presenter Amar Latif, who is competing in Celebrity Masterchef. Choosing today's Non-Stop Oldies is Mike Carciero.

Angela Scanlon has the exclusive extended play of "Learn To Fly" the latest single by American band Surfaces who are joined by superstar Sir Elton John. Her guests are entrepreneur and travel presenter Amar Latif, who is competing in Celebrity Masterchef, Bobbie Pryor helps us to get out and about with the latest travel updates and the sports news is delivered by Mike Williams. Choosing today's Non-Stop Oldies is Mike Carciero from Llandudno.

Jo Whiley

Reading Together Day with Jacqueline Wilson

On Reading Together Day, Jo chats to author Jacqueline Wilson. Plus Emma Bullimore.

On Reading Together Day, Jo chats to children's author Jacqueline Wilson. Plus Emma Bullimore's TV FOMOS. This week's Thursday Theme is songs related to books.

On Reading Together Day, Jo chats to top children's author Jacqueline Wilson.

Jacqueline is one of the nation’s favourite authors, and her books are loved and cherished by young readers not only in the UK but all over the world. She has sold millions of books and in the UK alone the total now stands at over 40 million. One of Jacqueline’s most successful and enduring creations has been the famous Tracy Beaker, who first appeared in 1991 in The Story of Tracy Beaker.

This year is the very first Reading Together Day, which invites children and families across the UK to take part in a celebration of the magical world of stories and the power of shared reading. The aim of day is to bring families, friends, schools and wider communities together to share stories and have fun.

Plus Emma Bullimore has her unmissable TV FOMOS.

After 10, this week's Thursday Theme is songs related to books. Send in your suggestions to jo.whiley@bbc.co.uk

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The Country Show with Bob Harris

Ingrid Andress joins Bob direct from her home in Nashville!

Bob's joined by Ingrid Andress for a 3 song session direct from her home in Nashville!

Bob's joined by Ingrid Andress for a three song session direct from her home in Nashville! Plus all the very best in country music all in one place!

Bob's joined by Ingrid Andress for a three song session direct from her home in Nashville! Plus all the very best in country music all in one place!

The ACM New Female Artist of the Year nominee has already broken numerous long-held records since her first major-label track release in 2019.

She co-wrote and co-produced every track on her critically-acclaimed debut album, Lady Like, which currently holds the title of highest streaming

country-female-debut of all time.

Plus there's exclusive new music from Cam, Rumer, Mary Chapin Carpenter, A Thousand Horses & Deanne Dexeter and a rockin' reissue of the week from the great British rockabilly band Jack Rabbit Slim!

During the Covid-19 pandemic, when so many musicians are unable to tour, Radio 2's Country Show is asking artists to perform from their own front room, doing a little to keep the bond between artist and audience alive. First up was Carly Pearce, followed by Thomas Rhett, Mandy Barnett, Gretchen Peters, Steve Earle, Kip Moore, Lukas Nelson, Willie Jones, Ruthie Collins, A Thousand Horses & Billy Strings with the likes of Scotty McCreery & Cam to come.

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OJ Borg

Gethin Jones sits in

Gethin Jones sits in for OJ Borg with great music and great chat through the night.

Live from midnight with features like Midnight Mastermind and Wish You Were There. Plus your texts, tweets and emails throughout the night.

Live from midnight it's Gethin Jones sitting in for OJ Borg - making night times fun each weeknight from midnight til 3am. For your chance to be on Radio 2, you can put Gethin to the test on Midnight Mastermind. What would YOUR specialist subject be? Get in touch! Plus there's Wish You Were There - this is your chance to suggest the perfect song to go with a fictional situation.

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Ken Bruce

Phil Collins and PopMaster

Phil Collins picks the Tracks of My Years from an interview first broadcast in 2016.

Phil Collins picks the Tracks of My Years from an interview first broadcast in 2016. There's the daily love song, record and album of the week plus PopMaster.

Phil Collins, best known as the drummer/singer of the rock band Genesis and for his hugely successful solo career, chooses the Tracks of My Years from an interview first broadcast in 2016. Between 1982 and 1990, Collins scored three UK and seven US number-one singles in his solo career. When his work with Genesis, his work with other artists, as well as his solo career is totalled, he had more US Top 40 singles than any other artist during the 1980s. His most successful singles from the period include "In the Air Tonight", "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)", "One More Night", "Sussudio", "Two Hearts", "A Groovy Kind of Love" (featured in the film Buster), "I Wish It Would Rain Down" and "Another Day in Paradise".

In May 2015, Collins signed a deal with Warner Music Group to have his solo albums remastered and reissued with previously unreleased material. In October of that year, he announced that he was no longer retired and had started plans to tour and make a new album. By mid-2016, all eight of his albums were reissued with the artwork updated to display Collins as his older self, the exception being Going Back, which had a new cover. He talks about this with Ken plus his hopes for the future throughout the week and his next two chosen tracks come from Tom Petty and The Ronettes.

Ken also has the daily love song, record and album of the week plus another round of PopMaster. If you'd like to get in touch with the show email Ken.Bruce@bbc.co.uk

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Jeremy Vine

07/07/2020

Jeremy and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Steve Wright in the Afternoon

With guests Jane Fallon and Sam Neill

Jane's novel is Queen Bee and Sam's presenting Captain Cook’s Pacific.

Jane Fallon chats about her novel Queen Bee and Sam Neill discusses his six-part travel series, Captain Cook’s Pacific.

Jane Fallon chats about her novel Queen Bee which is out in paperback and Sam Neill discusses his six-part travel series, Captain Cook’s Pacific with Sam Neill. Plus there's Factoids, Non-Stop Oldies and the latest news.

Sara Cox

07/07/2020

Sara gets you home with plenty of giggles and some fab music.

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Greg Foat joins Jamie for a Take 5 interview

Greg Foat, a jazz pianist, session musician, songwriter, and film scorer, joins Jamie for a Take 5 interview

Greg Foat, a jazz pianist, session musician, songwriter, and film scorer, joins Jamie for a Take 5 interview. He talks to us about his route into jazz and what he is working on at the moment

Sara Cox

08/07/2020

Sara gets you home with plenty of giggles and some fab music.

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OJ Borg

09/07/2020

OJ Borg has great music and great chat through the night.

Live from midnight with features like Midnight Mastermind and Wish You Were There. Plus your texts, tweets and emails throughout the night.

Live from the Salford Riviera it's OJ Borg - making night times fun each weeknight from midnight til 3am. For your chance to be on Radio 2, you can put OJ to the test on Midnight Mastermind. What would YOUR specialist subject be? Get in touch! Plus there's Wish You Were There - this is your chance to suggest the perfect song to go with a fictional situation.

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Jeremy Vine

Face Coverings and Garment Factories

Jeremy discusses face coverings, garment factories, Richard Madeley and roadside verges.

Jeremy discusses face coverings being worn in shops, unregulated garment factories, What Makes Us Human with Richard Madeley and roadside verges.

Jeremy discusses the announcement that face coverings must be worn in shops in England, unregulated garment factories in Leicester, What Makes Us Human with Richard Madeley and letting roadside verges grow to encourage wild flowers and bees.

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