Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to Songs of Praise presenter Pam Rhodes and our faith guest is Hayley Matthews. Show more
Steve and the Love Songs team help put the romance into Sunday morning, with two hours of great music accompanied by listeners' calls, emails and letters.
Sir Terry Wogan eases you into your Sunday lunch with music and musings. This week he catches up with actor Nigel Havers and Juan Zelada performs. Show more
Barbara Windsor stands in for Elaine, with special guest John Barrowman. She'll also have your Break-A-Leg messages and all the latest news from the West End and Broadway.
Johnnie catches up with keyboardist Ian McLagan, a former member of the Small Faces and then Faces, who recently reformed with Mick Hucknall on vocals and Glen Matlock on bass. Show more
Reeking of perfume, Paul had to explain why he was sounding Irish this week. And keeping it Celtic, he also had the world exclusive first play of Susan Boyle's brand new song. Show more
Tony Bennett, a legend from the American swing era, guides the Radio 2 audience through his selection of the 40 defining songs from the Great American Songbook. Show more
Episode 3: Where Is It Written?
30 minutes on BBC Radio 2
The Bergmans recall writing lyrics for their two musicals: the Broadway show Ballroom and Barbra Streisand's film Yentl. Presented by David Jacobs. Show more
Brian D'Arcy celebrates the season of harvest with hymns and songs including We Plough The Fields And Scatter, Come Ye Thankful People, Come, and For The Fruits Of His Creation. Show more
This week's main theme is the music of Jerome Kern. We hear four of his compositions performed by such diverse talents as Tommy Dorsey, Rebecca Kilgore and Angela Lansbury. Show more
Clare Teal with an hour of great tunes from Benny Goodman, Harry James and Ambrose. There's new releases from Shorty Rogers and Johnny Hodges and vocals supplied by Frank Sinatra Show more
The greatest songs and performances from Hollywood, Broadway and Tin Pan Alley. Plus the Weekly Common Denominator.
Top chat, the best alternative music and popular classics to keep you going through the night. Includes rare tracks, remixes and unusual cover versions in Tunes of the Unexpected.
Entertaining you through the night with his inspired daftness and eclectic music choices, it's Alex on the Best Time of the Day Show, including a new Record and Album of the Week. Show more