Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday as we listen to highlights from guests and performers of 2011. Show more
Janey Lee Grace looks after this morning's Sunday Love Songs and has the usual serving of romantic tunes along with your dedications and messages.
Live from London, Al Murray welcomes 2012 in with a bang of the drums and your failed resolutions. Al hears from people who got a drum kit for Christmas. Show more
Comedians French and Saunders bring you the second of their three seasonal specials with guests former Cagney and Lacey star Sharon Gless and Foodie and broadcaster Kirsty Wark. Show more
Johnnie is joined by Boy George, one of the bright lights of the New Romantic movement who talks about his musical debt to 70s glam rock heroes, including David Bowie and Iggy Pop. Show more
Paul told us that he's dreading a trip to the dentist, and featured two cracking All-Star Triples from The Beach Boys and Lady Gaga. Show more
1 hour, 27 minutes on BBC Radio 2
...We Were... To The Way We Are. Barbra chats to the Academy Award winning lyricist Don Black from her home in Malibu. They reminisce about mutual friends and being Oscar rivals. Show more
Brian D'Arcy looks forward to a new year and the season of Epiphany which saw the arrival of the Wise Men with their gifts to honour the child Jesus. With the Renaissance Singers. Show more
Russell Davies celebrates the art, craft and inspiration of the popular song.
Clare Teal celebrates the New Year and aims to help keep out the winter weather with big band gems from Artie Shaw, Woody Herman, Ted Heath, Ray Anthony and Ray Noble. Show more
The greatest songs and performances from Hollywood, Broadway and Tin Pan Alley. Plus the Weekly Common Denominator.
The best alternative tunes and popular classics, plus rare tracks, remixes and unusual cover versions in Tunes of the Unexpected, and nightly topical chat chosen by you. Show more
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