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A lively and unpretentious look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.
 
Catch up with the latest Breakfast fun with Chris Evans. Hear the best stories and the biggest guests, every week. From BBC Radio 2.
 
Jo and Simon hear listeners' shameful secrets, including ones that were too shocking for radio! Plus more from the Parish Notice Board and another Confessions From The Crypt.
 
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Graham Norton entertaining the nation, with a vibrant mix of celeb guests and chat. From BBC Radio 2
 
Daily highlights from Steve Wright's afternoon show on BBC Radio 2. Featuring chat with top showbiz guests.
 
Jeremy Vine explores what makes us human in this landmark BBC Radio 2 series.Guests deliver their thoughts on the essence of human existence, reflecting on their own lives.
 
Clare Balding talks to guests about their life and beliefs exploring matters of faith and spirituality . First broadcast each Sunday morning on BBC Radio 2's Good Morning Sunday
 
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Steve and the team are joined by Hollywood stars Kevin Hart & Tiffany Haddish to talk about their new movie 'Night School', Ore Oduba's hosting 'The National Lottery Awards' and The Goodies drop by with their new DVD box set ‘The Goodies: The Complete BBC Collection’.
 
Iwan's in the play Foxfinder & Nadiya's published Nadiya’s Bake Me a Celebration Story.
 
The singer discusses her new revealing book and how she created her latest album
 
David's back with more live dates across the UK, as part of the 'Legends Live Tour 2019'.
 
Alan seeks forgiveness in his swimming pool fiasco ‘I’m In Love with a German Theme Park’; Emma reveals her haunting ‘Woman In Black’ prank in ‘Black & Fright’; Bob shares his naughty motor bike story ‘Motor Spiking’ and Ian tells us his window breaking scandal in ‘Miser Chiefs’. Plus in this week's Confession from the Crypt we relive Sam’s Spa ...…
 
Chris kicks-off the weekend with a superstar line-up of live guests and music.
 
Steve and the team are joined by 'GBBO's' Prue Leith to share her favourite recipes in her first new cookbook in 25 years. Plus former Home Secretary Alan Johnson discusses his latest book 'In My Life: A Music Memoir’ and Sir Trevor McDonald is back on ITV with a new hard-hitting documentary called 'To Catch a Serial Killer'.…
 
Steve and the team are joined by comedians Jack Dee & Kerry Godliman who star in the second series of the sitcom 'Bad Move' on ITV, and James & Tom Norton have published their book 'Shetland: Cooking On The Edge Of The World’.
 
Steve and the team are joined by fact finder and author Mark Mason who has published 'The Book of Seconds - which looks at all the ‘seconds’ you’ve never heard of because someone or something else got there first. Plus broadcaster Cherry Healey discusses her latest three-part documentary ‘Sex, Knives & Liposuction’ on W.…
 
Steve and the team are joined by Olympic champion Daley Thompson who has launched a fitness programme called 'Daley5Minutes’, and Sarah Steele stars in the award-winning Broadway hit play 'The Humans' at the Hampstead Theatre.
 
Stephen Hendry on winning, losing and ghost-writing an autobiography plus Grill Graham
 
Edinburgh Festival's 'Joke of the Fringe' winner and stand-up comedian Adam Rowe on THAT joke and his upcoming 'Undeniable' UK tour.
 
Chris broadcasts from Paul Weller's Black Barn Studios with some special Friday guests.
 
With Jo and Simon off this week. We take a look back at some Classic Confessions from the last few years. In this episode Kim seeks forgiveness for her ‘Billy Goat Gaffe’ story (sadly it’s not THAT famous goat confession); Caz shares the story of her husband’s hairy reveal in ‘The Hair Bare Bunch’; Davy Jones confesses his tipsy tale ‘The Crate ...…
 
Dr Hilary Jones opens his September surgery which covers the flu, hair loss, toe jam, gout and more! Matthew Goode stars in 'A Discovery Of Witches' on Sky One and Now TV plus Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock has published 'The Book Of The Moon'.
 
Gemma Chan discusses starring in 'Crazy Rich Asians', Jenni Murray's written 'A History Of The World In 21 Women' and Ray Mears is celebrating the 35th anniversary of Woodlore - Britain's first School of Wilderness Bushcraft.
 
Paul chats about Egypt Station, James talks about writers and Amy has help for mums.
 
Tony Robinson discusses the book 'Battles That Changed History' and Kevin Woodford is cooking up traditional British desserts, including apple and blackberry crumble and sticky toffee pudding.
 
Faye's excited for the Strictly Come Dancing 2018 sparkle and Susan is 'Sunny Side Up'.
 
Archie seeks forgiveness in his fire liar tale - ‘I Didn’t Start The Ire’, Monica shares her dad’s Rock n Roll confession ‘A Hard Day’s Plight’ - which includes one of the legendary Beatles, Neil lifts the burden of guilt off his shoulders in his broken vase story ‘Can I Stick it, Yes I Can’ and Tim reveals his yodeling classroom prank in ‘Fren ...…
 
Chris has a superstar Friday show to kick-start the weekend.
 
Annette's in The Seagull, Alex is Just a French Guy Cooking & Ross is with armed police.
 
Robert's book's set in Vegas, Jono's podcasting, and Toff's Always Smiling.
 
The hip hop artist, poet and campaigner says it’s loving art that makes us human.
 
Katie's tells us all about classical music & Niklas chats about Happy Food.
 
Jack's got a new cookbook & Sir Ian discusses his new volume of European history.
 
Matt Goss talks about his new single & is appearing at this year's BBC Proms In The Park.
 
Rebecca seeks forgiveness for her classroom catastrophe - ‘Teach Your Children Smell’; Mr C shares his tale ‘Au Pair of Blue Eyes’, and Reverend Graham reveals his cheeky confession ‘Hey Teacher, Leave Those Ears Alone’. In this week's Confession from the Crypt we relive Michael’s horrible hamster confession, plus there's also a chance to hear ...…
 
Shappi chats about the play Women In Power & Pete's got all the latest facts & figures.
 
Kate's written 'The Stepney Doorstep Society' & we talk about 'You, Me And The Big C'
 
Olivia's starring in 'Vanity Fair' & Grayson explains his 'Rites Of Passage' series.
 
The veteran cricket commentator gives us his take on life.
 
Chris welcomes a bumper line-up of guests to Maida Vale for the usual Friday fun.
 
Jo and Simon presented their shows live from Edinburgh this week and hosted live confessions from four comedians performing on The Fringe. Seeking redemption from the panel - and the live studio audience – are Al Murray, Mark Watson, Angela Barnes and Hugh Dennis.It’s over to you again next week, so if you have a Confession or want to get in to ...…
 
Ahead of our week at the Edinburgh Fringe, we’ve dug out some of the best celebrity confessions from our previous shows from the festival over the years. Hear shocking Confessions from the likes of Tim Vine, Greg Proops, Marcus Brigstocke, Jason Bryne and Russell Grant.We’ll be live from Edinburgh Monday – Thursday from 5pm on Radio 2, featurin ...…
 
In a special edition of the series, our allotmenteer joins us to answer the question.
 
Starring in The Festival which has been made by the producers of The Inbetweeners.
 
Unpack this week's podcast of hilarious holiday confessions! Featuring Ann’s foul bowel story, clumsy Kath’s cycling confession ‘You’ve Placed a Hill in My Heart’, Tom’s cruise confusion, Prankish Paula’s hilarious tale and M’s swimming spectacle ‘If My Friends Could See Me Now’.If you have a request for a confession from days gone by, email Fa ...…
 
Chris gets the weekend going with live guests and music from Maida Vale Studios.
 
Steve and the team are joined by Rob Rinder to discuss his episode of 'Who Do You Think You Are?'. Shaun Ryder talks about his upcoming tour with Black Grape and Dani Dyer is back from Majorca after winning 'Love Island'.
 
Steve and the team are joined by Hayley Atwell, who's starring in the Disney film ‘Christopher Robin’ with Winnie-the-pooh and friends and Pascal Jacob discusses his book about the history of circuses, which is simply titled, 'The Circus'.
 
Steve and the team are joined by George and Larry Lamb who are back for a second series of their father-and-son road trip show, 'Britain By Bike' and Joan Armatrading is heading off on a UK tour after the release of her latest album ‘Not Too Far Away’.
 
Steve and the team chat to Hollywood star Margot Robbie, who's starring in the film Terminal and etiquette expert and coach William Hanson discusses 'office etiquette’ & 'going to balls'
 
Alistair talks about his UK tour 'Introductions to Classical Piano'.
 
This week's podcast treats you to some of the best 2018 confessions so far! Featuring a Reverend Gary’s sinful story, Katie’s manipulative love triangle, A’s farting grandma confession, Kristy's tale ‘Where The Streets Have No Shame’ and Mark’s Harry Potter Panic story.If you have a request for a confession from days gone by, email Father Simon ...…
 
Chris has some of the brightest West End stars in this magical musical Breakfast Show!
 
Steve and the team are joined by TOWIE's Megan McKenna to discuss her music career and autobiography 'Mouthy', Jeanette Kwakye is providing commentary of all the action from the first ever sports European championships, and former Royal Marine Arthur Williams is 'Flying Across Britain' for his new TV series on Channel 4.…
 
Steve and the team are joined Samuel Barnett & Sacha Dhawan who are starring in the new Alan Bennett play 'Allelujah!', comedian Camilla Cleese is heading to the Edinburgh Fringe with the show 'Camilla Cleese and Steve Hofstetter: Produced by John Cleese', and we've got the stars of the new series of 'The Real Marigold Hotel'.…
 
Angela discusses The Memory Activity Book & Jack's written Jack Stein's World On A Plate.
 
Michael chats about his film Ant-Man and the Wasp and Helen discusses her book about bees
 
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