What's that in your butty? A nation's lunch box laid bare. Plus a first look at the day's news, great music, chat and a Pause For Thought. Show more
Can we get some dancing diggers at Car Fest? Rollo the barefoot runner is the Mystery Guest, advising us to shed the shoes and start running like children again. Show more
This week it's the turn of American singer Beth Hart to choose the 'Tracks Of My Years' and today's selection includes songs by Bob Marley and legendary songwriter Carole King. Show more
Jeremy discusses why we are allied with the US, plus gay marriage, a survey that says 80 per cent of rapes and sexual assaults go unreported, and unexpected interview questions. Show more
Steve and Tim chat to Jason Donovan and Bang Goes The Theory's Liz Bonnin, plus more fascinating factoids, and the latest entertainment and lifestyle news. Show more
It's another Marvellous Monday from Drivetime - with top tunes, a pudding club and Jenny Agutter to boot. Plus Matt Williams talks to our Olympic correspondent Gordon Farquhar. Show more
An obituary tribute to Louisiana Red, plus some classic rhythm & blues and new releases.
Jo Whiley presents her evening show with a mix of new music and classic album tracks, plus she's joined by Kate Mossman who reviews this week's album releases. Show more
Clare Teal presents the second part of Nils Landgren and his Funk Unit, in concert with the BBC Big Band and conductor Joerg Achim Keller. Show more
Roger Daltrey, singer with The Who and a Wilson Pickett fan, tells the story of the soul star with contributions from Wilson's brother, his ex-partner Dovie Hall and Bobby Womack. Show more
Blues singer-songwriter Charlie Woods joins Jools and his band on an impromptu version of 'Moody's Mood for Love'. Show more
Janice is on holiday, so Dave Pearce sits in with two hours of classic tunes and chat.
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