Advice to the generations to come, and Vanessa reveals Mantilla as the final Word of the Week. A first look at the day's news, plus great entertainment and music. Show more
A fully interactive show for all the family, featuring music, special guests and listeners on the phone.
Kian Egan chooses the tracks of his years and talks to Ken about what they mean to him. Plus, another track from our Album of the Week and, of course, PopMaster. Show more
Jeremy discusses the arrest of Gerry Adams, workplace defibrillators, whether distributing 'revenge porn' should be a crime and an abandoned ship which Cornwall has to look after.
Dame Julie Andrews and Kevin McCloud of Grand Designs fame chat to Patrick. Plus today's Non-Stop Oldies are selected by Jimmy Cheadle in Newcastle Under-Lyme. Show more
Jeremy Paxman oldies, Maurice Hamilton on Ayrton Senna's legacy and an belated answer to our Homework question about the history of time. Show more
Making their national radio debut, new UK duo The Shires are in session. The band, Ben and Crissie, recently became the first UK country act to sign to a major Nashville label. Show more
Jo ends the week with a night of great music and a Three-In-A-Bed from Johnny Cash. Plus, she's got What We Learned Today and the last spin of this week's New Favourite Thing.
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Nigel Ogden offers a selection of performances from the world's largest theatre organ, the 80-rank Wurlitzer based at the Sanfilippo Foundation Collection in Barrington, Illinois. Show more
Frank Renton features the European Festival of Brass, which hosts the prestigious Championship competition in Perth. Show more
Buffoonery, twaddle and terrific tunes for night owls across the UK with the Dark Lord.