Lynn Parsons sits in for Zoe Ball. Andrew Collins reviews Source Code, from award-winning Moon director Duncan Jones, and British success story Made in Dagenham. Show more
Brian Matthew with hits from the golden decade of pop. The Chronicles remembers the Budget of 1960, Sandie Shaw and Eurovision, and the assassination of Martin Luther King in 1968. Show more
The play's the thing as Cause Celebre star Anne Marie Duff and director Kathy Burke drop in. Plus, the Tune with A Tale is The Everly Brothers' Ebony Eyes. Show more
Tony Blackburn counts down the charts from this week in 1965 and 1979, with hits from Them, The Who, Dire Straits and The Real Thing.
Dermot has a Saturday Session from Swedish trio Peter, Bjorn and John, the Swedish trio behind the catchy, whistle-fuelled hit Young Folks. He also chats to Moby. Show more
Alan Carr helps kick-start Saturday evening, hosting two hours of fun and laughs.
Two hours of America's latest and greatest hits from the last five decades.
Matt Lucas returns as host of his own awards do - The Lucases - with gongs for more unlikely categories. With guests Justin Edwards, Harry Enfield and Dave Gorman. Show more
Popular Irish comedian Jason Byrne looks at the meaty subject of Marriage in the third series of his themed audience comedy show with high-energy stand-up and sketches. Show more
Steve Lamacq selects his favourite new tracks from his record collection for his Saturday Night In. Margate-based rock four-piece Two Wounded Birds are in the Introducing slot. Show more
The quirky and highly acclaimed folk band 3 Daft Monkeys play live for Bob. You may have seen them at Glastonbury or Cropredy, or heard Mike Harding raving about them on Radio 2. Show more
Join the 3.46 club with your early morning host Richard Allinson.