Including at 6.15 Pause for Thought.
Brian Matthew returns with hits, B-sides, obscurities and requests.
With guests, ex-Spandau Ballet crooner Tony Hadley and, performing live, Jarvis Cocker.
Go to www.radiotimes.com for guest details
6/6. Sitcom in which
Adrian Edmondson stars as Vernon, an ageing punk rocker. The story concludes with Vernon's return to college - the same one his kids are attending. With Ben Elton.
6/6. The comedian hosts a variety show featuring stand-up comedy and Sketches. Repeated from Thursday
Current tunes, hip oldies, requests and picks for a record collection. DVD review: page 36
Featuring a live set from Toronto-based soul-influenced singer/ songwriter Justin Nozuka.
With America's Greatest Hits.
Riding high on the charts with his number one single Grace Kelly, Beirut-born Londoner Mika (born Mica Penniman) performs an invitation-only gig to coincide with this week's release of his debut album, Life in Cartoon Motion. Inspired by Freddie Mercury and marked by a suitably striking vocal delivery and theatrical stage and video presence, the genre-skirting 23-year-old singer discusses his life and sparkling new career with Stuart Maconie.
(Digital TV listeners can access a special Mika performance at Maida Vale by pressing the red button from any BBCTV channel between 10.35pm tonight and 1.45am on Friday)
Music and manic, surreal chat. What Russell Brand's been watching: page 32
Including at 2.30 Pause for Thought.
6.15 as 2.30