Says Good Morning Sunday.
Today's guests include London-based singer/songwriter Tom Baxter and. reflecting on spiritual matters for Mothering Sunday, Gabby Logan 's mother, Christine Yorath.
Pop songs tied to listeners' romantic and/or sentimental requests.
Music, news and chat. Today's guest is stage and screen actor Benedict Cumberbatch (Hedda Gabler , Hawking). Writer/ broadcaster Michael Prescott reviews the Sunday papers and perky film journalist Angie Errigo provides an entertainment guide.
Showcasing the music of Broadway, the West End and Hollywood. Singer and actress Summer Strallen - Oliviernominated for The Drowsy Chaperone and now playing
Maria in the West End revival of The Sound of Music - identifies her five favourite musicals. Producer Malcolm Prince
Top 40 chart nostalgia.
Dale Winton rewinds to this week in both 1966 and 1977, with countdowns featuring hits by the Shadows, Barbara Dickson and Abba.
Spiritually inclined chat show, featuring a chat with Scottish singer/songwriter KT Tunstall , who performs two songs in the studio. Producer Natasha Costa Correa
With Melodies for You, featuring radio, stage and film oldies, and a selection of light classical pieces. Today's show includes music by Frank Loesser , Arthur Sullivan and Stephen Sondheim. Producer Bridget Apps
Brian D'Arcy continues his series of Lent programmes linked with wise women, past and present.
For Mothering Sunday he looks at the life of St Non, the mother of St David. Featuring Cantorion, with musical director Tim Rhys-Evans and organist Jeffrey Howard.
Series celebrating the art and craft of popular songwriting, with tributes to some of the great tunesmiths of the last century.
Today's programme recalling two British artists born a century ago showcases trumpeter Nat Gonella and actor Rex Harrison.
Featuring hits and rarities from the swing era of big bands and dance bands and beyond, from
Benny Goodman to Quincy Jones.
Easy-listening recordings, with tracks from Hollywood,
Broadway and Tin Pan Alley.
Music, chat and regular features, including a track from Radio 2's showcased album of the week.