Zoe Ball broadcasts live from an exclusive after-show party for the Oscars ceremony in Los Angeles, thrown jointly by Radio 1 and the Hollywood branch of Bafta. She will also be announcing the results of the Radio 1 Millennium Movie Awards - an exhaustive survey of young people's film tastes in the UK.
Steve Lamacq continues his series on Essential Albums with a look at Primal Scream's 1991 release Screamadelica, with contributions from Noel Gallagher
and James Dean Bradfield. Plus, Kula Shaker in concert in Wolverhampton.
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