A new pill can stop you going grey! Vanessa asks what you would fix if you could, Plus 90 minutes of great music and a first look at the day's papers. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miranda Hart and Jon Holmes sit in for Chris Evan. Listener sing-a-longs, the most interesting jobs in the UK, and broadcaster Clare Balding drops by for a natter.
This week it's the turn of singer-songwriter Brett Anderson to select the 'Tracks Of My Years' and his first two choices include songs by Kate Bush and The Smiths. Show more
Paddy O'Connell sits in for Jeremy Vine to discuss the Amanda Knox trial, the carers caught stealing from a disabled woman, cold and flu remedies and goths in graveyards. Show more
Steve, Tim and The Old Woman try and out-trivia each other with more brain-busting Factoids and chat to actor James Earl Jones and The Countess Of Carnarvon. Show more
Drivetime show packed with entertainment, information, intelligent conversation and audience interaction.
Rhythm and blues tunes from Paul Jones, combining classics, new releases, sessions and occasional interviews.
Jo Whiley presents her evening show with a mix of new music and classic album tracks. She is joined by Garry Mulholland to review some new albums releases. Show more
Clare Teal presents the BBC Big Band in session with conductor Jiggs Whigham. Together they perform music composed by James Williams, Neal Hefti and Thad Jones. Show more
Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of Pink Floyd, with access to original recordings and contributions from David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Joe Boyd and others. Show more
Jools Holland welcomes ex Sex-Pistol bassist Glen Matlock into his studio for conversation and another unique performance with his Rhythm Section.
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.
Another slice of inspired daftness and great music to keep you happy through the night. More from Album and Record of the Week, plus Lester's and Listener's Library song choices. Show more