Ken Bruce - 01/03/2010
Ken Bruce and the UK's biggest mid morning show. Plus Popmaster and "Tracks of my years", a new Album and Record of the Week, a Love Song and Randy Edelman picks his favourite tunes in Tracks Of My Years.
Today Popmaster goes fully interactive - with a shiny new version that you can play on the Radio 2 website and on your mobile phone.
As ever in PopMaster, we'll be challenging you to prove your knowledge of the last five decades in pop music, by answering ten questions, including three of the bonus variety. And there'll be a certain voice that you're all familiar with popping up throughout the game to let you know how you're doing.
You'll also be able to challenge your friends and get yourself onto the PopMaster high score table. Don't worry if at first your score is a little disappointing, you can play the game as often as you like to improve your ranking.
Also, in our show's first tentative step into the world of social networking, you'll be able to play PopMaster on Facebook. If you already have a Facebook account, you can add the game to your profile. Or you can sign up for a Facebook account for free, then add the game.
To get to any version of the game, and find out all the details of how to play, just visit bbc.co.uk/radio2, either on your computer or on your mobile phone's internet browser, and click on the PopMaster logo.
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