John Peel and David Jensen present appearances from Matt Bianco, Van Halen, Alexei Sayle, Break Machine, Wang Chung, Slade, Nena and Julia & Company. Show more
Graham’s special guest is Singer and Songwriter Mark Reilly of Matt Bianco whose new Jazz & Latin album has just been released. Show more
Gary Davies and Mike Read present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 16 June 1988 and featuring Sabrina, the Sisters of Mercy, Eurythmics, Sade, Matt Bianco and Bros. Show more
Gary Davies and Peter Powell present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 30 June 1988 and featuring Hazell Dean, Tracy Chapman, Matt Bianco, Salt-N-Pepa, T'Pau and Bros. Show more
The actor chooses Dory Previn's Play It Again Sam and Matt Bianco's Get Out of Your Lazy Bed.
Gary celebrates Billy Idol's 65th birthday with a rockin' Billy Mastermix. Plus, Mark Reilly of Matt Bianco guests on My 80s.
D:Ream perform Things Can Only Get Better and Shakespear's Sister sing Stay. Matt Bianco, Headgirl, Tymes and Eva Cassidy also feature.
Second of five programmes. Presented by Steve Colman with Sophie Aldred, Peter Simon.
Last week Steve's mysterious guests ranged from megastar Dame Edna Everage to pop superstar Matt Bianco.
Today's hidden surprises are just as exciting, so find out 'who's there'.
The best of modern and classic soul.
Steve Lamacq has the Friday Free For All, an hour of music chosen by listeners to soundtrack the final hour of the show. Expect the weird and the wonderful to the end the week. Show more
Soul, R&B, funk, disco and everything in between. 5 Seconds to Name proves tough and Trevor looks forward to National Album Day with a very special Rhythm Medley. Show more
with Mike Read, Keith Chegwin and Sarah Greene.
In store this morning another heat of Superstore Search for a SuperStar talent competition. Four more acts compete for this coveted trophy. Among the guests appearing in the music department are Matt Bianco. They play their new single live in the store.
Fast Forward's Joanna Munro is the special guest who's looking after the coffee shop this morning. Botanist David Bellamy is with Keith on the delivery van, but he's still able to take your calls on [number removed]. If you're thinking of having music lessons but haven't decided which instrument to learn, then Anne Fergusson from Which? magazine has some useful advice. She reports on a special SuperStore survey of musical instruments.
Also in store, all the latest pop videos and your favourite cartoons.