Women apparently spend £15,000 in a lifetime replacing lost make-up; Vanessa wants to know what you regularly have to replace? Plus, the third of V's vocal warm-ups for 2Day! Show more
Chris meets Martin Connor, captain of the HMS Illustrious, which is marking the 70th anniversary of the Battle Of The Atlantic, plus a euphonium-playing ten-year-old! Show more
Former ABBA band member Agnetha Faltskog talks to Ken about being part of one of the world's most successful pop groups ever, as well as her solo music career. Show more
Jeremy presents news, views and live guests.
Steve chats to columnist Julie Burchill and country music group The Band Perry. Plus, more fascinating Factoids, the latest showbiz news and half an hour of the Non-Stop Oldies. Show more
Simon and the team welcome resident chef Nigel Barden to the studio, to sample another culinary delight. Plus, Simon plays your oldie suggestions and unleashes a new confession. Show more
Bob's personal selection of the best country, Americana and roots releases. The acclaimed John Fullbright is in session, with songs from his debut album, From the Ground Up. Show more
Jo meets the young British-American singer-songwriter Jamie N Commons. His debut blues album, The Baron, was released in 2011 and he is back with the single Rumble and Sway. Show more
Richard Hawley celebrates the sound of a genre close to his heart, Rockabilly. Including R&B, country, blues, hillbilly, honky tonk and rock 'n' roll.
Sir Tim Rice showcases the music, lyrics and acts associated with the state of North Carolina. The music mix includes John Coltrane, Roberta Flack, Ben E King and Kathryn Grayson. Show more
Steve Lamacq opens the doors to his Rock College to educate you on the best music, new and old. Steve's fact celebrates Giorgio Moroder and the Guest Lecturer is Martin Carr. 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