Aled Jones sits in for Vanessa for an ideal start to the day - a first look at the papers and great music to ease you in, plus Word of the Day and more. Email email@example.com.
Ryan Tubridy sits in for Chris Evans with a fully interactive show for all the family, featuring music, special guests and listeners on the phone.
Geddy Lee, the award-winning singer and bassist with Rush, chooses his Tracks of My Years. Today's choice includes one of the band's best-known hits and a Rufus Wainwright song. Show more
Jeremy presents news, views and live guests.
Steve and the team chat to actor Willem Dafoe and writer and critic AA Gill, plus there's more factoids, the latest entertainment and lifestyle news and the non-stop oldies. Show more
Simon Mayo and the team welcome Michael Palin to the studio to talk about his new novel The Truth, plus we discuss life on an oil rig with Ken Robertson. Show more
Matt Schofield, recorded in concert at Cheltenham Jazz Festival.
Jo presents her evening show with a mix of new music and classic album tracks, plus she is joined by music journalist Jude Rogers to review the week's album releases. Show more
Clare Teal presents the BBC Big Band in session with conductor Jiggs Whigham. Their set includes music by Thad Jones, Henry Mancini and Francy Boland.
Words and specially-written songs tell of victory wreaths at Olympia from 776 BC, the revival of the modern Games, and how London stepped in to save the Games in 1908 and 1948. Show more
David Rodigan plays an hour of classic roots and reggae from the '60s to the present day, and rising UK reggae star Hollie Cook introduces her favourite lovers' tune. Show more
Great music and top chat after midnight, including indie classics and more unusual tracks in Tunes of the Unexpected. Show more
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