The Dawn Patrol this week Aled Jones. 'Pause for Thought' at 05:45, 'Swing Time' at 06:15 and the 'Show Tune' at 06:45. Plus your mentions and up-to-the-minute travel news. Show more
Chris Evans kicked off his four-day Children in Need extravaganza with a live Breakfast broadcast from his home, with seven bidders who donated nearly Â£250,000 to the charity. Show more
Jeremy discusses soldiers and Ed Miliband joins us in the studio. We also talk about healthy eating and we hear the tragic story of the death of a young girl in Manchester. Show more
Steve, Tim and The Old Woman try and out-trivia each other with more brain-busting Factoids and interview more top celebrity guests. Plus tonnes of toe-tapping tunes. Show more
Barbie's at the ready Drivetime's resident chef Nigel Barden is cooking up Bloody Mary Chicken in Thursday's food slot. Show more
Bob is joined by veteran Texan singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard, who performs live and talks about his latest album 'A. Enlightenment B. Endarkenment (Hint: There is No C)'. Show more
Jo Whiley presents the very best of live music on BBC Radio 2, featuring highlights from the weekend's Glastonbury Festival. Show more
Nigel Ogden visits the Saltair Museum of Victorian Reed Organs and Harmoniums and plays on some classics instruments from around the world and dating back to 1832 Show more
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Tim Rice continues to celebrate the musical heritage of the US, reaching South Dakota. Featured artists include Doris Day, Bob Dylan, Elmer Bernstein, and Frank Sinatra. Show more
Top chat, great music and the best live sessions to keep you going through the night. Includes rare tracks, remixes and unusual cover versions in Tunes Of The Unexpected.
Winding up your week with the Dark Lord's final musical instalments from Lester's Library and the Listener's Library, Record & Album of the Week and Pause for Thought at 3.20am. Show more