Maxine Peake on her new play Queens of the Coal Age. Elaine Paige, Cameron Mackintosh and Arlene Phillips discuss Gillian Lynne's work and legacy, plus Whitney film documentaries. Show more
Michelle Ackerley and Dr Xand Van Tulleken guide you through the challenges of the coronavirus lockdown, with help from musical superstar Elaine Paige and Watchdog’s Nikki Fox. Show more
Gethin and Jacqui are joined by weather presenter Carol Kirkwood, and queen of musicals Elaine Paige tells us why she is saying a big thank you this Sunday. Show more
Hairy Bikers Si King and Dave Myers present the weekly cookery programme with help from chefs Sabrina Ghayour and Lyndey Milan. Elaine Paige faces her food heaven or food hell. Show more
1998 Ground Force is at its height and Simon feels a desperate need for a water feature. Elaine Page makes a stunning appearance in Simon's imagination. Show more
James Martin takes a look back at some his favourite recipes from the previous year on Saturday Kitchen. These include recipes by Mark Sargeant, Atul Kochhar and Michel Roux. Show more
A look at how British musicals reclaimed the West End from American domination after WWII, with contributions from Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cameron Mackintosh and Tim Rice. Show more
Elaine Paige is in the studio, looking back over her 50 years on stage and screen. Iwan Thomas has been down in the South West covering the extraordinary storms. Show more
Matt Baker and Alex Jones talk to Elaine Paige and Kiefer Sutherland. And Jess Mills, daughter of the late Dame Tessa Jowell, discusses her mum's final campaign.
Alex Jones and Michael Ball celebrate musicals with West End stars Elaine Paige and Jason Donovan, including a very special performance from one of the world’s biggest musicals.
Amol Rajan and Alex Jones are joined by Liam Gallagher. Plus Elaine Paige and Nigel Havers talk about their socially-distanced panto.
Highlights from Proms in the Park celebrations in London's Hyde Park, Glasgow Green, Swansea's Singleton Park and for the first time Castle Coole in Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh.
Gyles Brandreth joins Alex Jones to talk to Elaine Paige and Russell T Davies. Plus the winners of 500 Words and ABC perform.
Sitcom set in the Lake District. Neil takes the family on a perilous mountain walk and Robert steps into avoid an inevitable disaster. Show more
Sitcom set in the Lake District. It's the Hacketts' anniversary and Neil has bagged a great table at the best local restaurant. Sadly, Fiona isn't feeling very well. Show more
Sitcom set in the Lake District. Neil lets slip about an old crush and Fiona is not impressed. Penny and Robert contemplate selling up, and Neil's mum comes clean. Show more
Star of the stage Elaine Paige talks to Matt and Alex about her latest compilation album, and a creative writing student is given a very special gift from a Hollywood A-Lister. Show more
Alex Scott and Gethin Jones are joined by stars of the stage Miriam Margolyes and Elaine Paige. Plus Westlife's Nicky Byrne helps out with the latest One Big Thank You surprise.