Vanessa Feltz presents music, chat and a first look at the day's newspapers.
Sir Roger Moore talks to Chris about the speculations surrounding the coveted Bond role. Dr Toni Steer shares her tips for preventing hunger when dieting. Show more
Kate Rusby chooses the Tracks of My Years. There's the daily love song, record and album of the week plus PopMaster. Email email@example.com. Show more
Jeremy discusses Amber Rudd ruling out an inquiry into the Orgreave clashes, whether cyclists should be forced to wear high-viz jackets, using a phone while driving and Halloween.
Queen drummer Roger Taylor, TV personality Carol Vorderman, actor Jake Gyllenhaal and Radio 2's Patrick Kielty join Steve and the team. Show more
Johnny Marr chats to Simon about his autobiography 'Set The Boy Free', plus another listener Confession and the first All Request Rollover of the week.
Jamie Cullum's guest is the pianist Dominic J Marshall who talks about his jazz influences and inspirations in Take 5. Show more
Jo Whiley hosts a mix of new music and classic album tracks.
Eighty years ago, the BBC officially opened its television service. To celebrate, leading composer Tony Hatch will present an hour of memorable TV theme tunes. Show more
Featuring the sounds of Christie Organs as played by Len Rawle, Douglas Reeve, Sidney Torch and Simon Gledhill. Show more
Music and conversation after midnight with Janice Long, featuring Record and Album of the Week. Show more
Matt Goss chats to Sara about the Bros reunion, making it big in Las Vegas, and the making of 1988 album 'Push'. Plus the Top Five from this week in 1980 and some Halloween hits! Show more