Vanessa Feltz presents music, chat and a first look at the day's newspapers.
Chris is joined by two new skating stars from the upcoming tenth series of Dancing On Ice and tastes sausages with Claire Holland on Great Job Wednesday. Show more
Rob Stringer, CEO of Sony Music Entertainment worldwide and recipient of this year's Music Industry Trusts Award picks the Tracks of My Years. Plus Ken has the PopMaster quiz. Show more
Jeremy discusses the terror attack in Manhattan, Westminster sexual harassment allegations, Robert Webb tells us what makes us human, and a bus company sacks all its staff. Show more
Gino D'Acampo talks about his book and TV series Gino's Coastal Italian Escape, and Roy Orbison's sons Roy, Wesley and Alex discuss their dad and their new projects. Show more
TV presenter and documentary maker Reggie Yates talks to Simon about his debut book 'Unseen'. Plus Simon has the first play of the new U2 single 'Get Out Of Your Own Way'. Show more
Jo has Baxter Dury in the studio to perform two tracks. He'll be doing Miami, which was Jo's former New Favourite Thing. Plus, a Vinyl Revival from David Bowie, and Taxi Service. Show more
In his last ever interview, George Michael gives Kirsty Young a frank first-hand account of the incredible success and devastating loss he's faced across both his life and career. Show more
Marcus Mumford, lead singer and songwriter with Mumford & Sons, plays the music that shaped his life. This week, it's his earliest influences. Show more
The Professor of Pop relives the charts. From 1978 John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John enjoy Summer Nights. In 1985 Jennifer Rush and A-Ha are tearing up the charts. Show more
Bob Harris with songs from nominees at this year's CMA Awards which take place in Nashville on November 8th. There'll be hits from Keith Urban, Garth Brooks and Kelsea Ballerini. Show more
Phil Gayle presents easy music throughout the decades to maintain that mellow mood.