Exploring how the Beatles' last public performance, a rooftop concert in 1969, came about.
Kirsty Wark explores the cultural impact of the 1929 financial crash and Great Depression.
A documentary marking the 30th anniversary of the glam rock star's death.
Celebrating the top 30 hits of Madonna, Michael Jackson, Prince and Motown as they turn 50
Insight into the making of an album which marked the beginning of the end for the Beatles.
Presenters from BBC 6 Music give Radio 2 listeners a taste of their shows
Jamie Cullum tells the story of Blue Note Records and the rise of modern jazz
Wynonna Judd explores Nashville's New Traditionalist movement of the 1980s.
Amanda Holden celebrates Phil Spector's popular album A Christmas Gift for You.
Festive story about a couple on a long car journey, narrated by Christian Slater.
Michael Ball fulfils his longtime ambition to meet Dolly Parton
David Quantick takes listeners through 100 years of jazz, with The Jazz Repertory Company.
Barry Manilow provides the soundtrack for Christmas Day afternoon.
Lenny Kravitz celebrates the life and musical achievements of soul artist Curtis Mayfield
The BBC Big Band in concert with the Grammy Award-winning vocal quartet New York Voices.
Celebration of the anniversary of an extraordinary musical and social flowering in 1967.
Remembering the life of jazz musician Sir John Dankworth
Sarah Lancashire honours those non-combatants whose wartime experience is often overlooked
ABC perform their album, The Lexicon of Love, accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Chris Coco discovers the stories behind the last great youth movement - Acid House.
Spike Milligan's war memoirs, read by lifelong Milligan fan Paul Merton
Steven Van Zandt looks back at the role music played in the anti-apartheid movement.
Tribute to singer Al Bowlly, described as the voice of the Thirties
... Outings. New comedy clip show featuring the distinctive humour of Alan Carr