The People’s Songs was a weekly series that was broadcast throughout 2013 on BBC Radio 2.
Across 50 episodes, Stuart Maconie presented the epic story of how modern Britain was fashioned and shaped, as told by the music, stories and memories of this nation’s people.
From “We'll Meet Again” to “Ghost Town”, from “Rehab” to “God Save The Queen”, we told the story of modern Britain via the records that sound-tracked the times - a period of conflict, social change, parties, prosperity, plenty, poverty, peace and war.
On this channel we asked you to contribute to the series, by sending us your Boos, memories, photos, comments, and song suggestions that helped to shape each programme.
Have a listen to our preview clips and contributions from other listeners and visit bbc.co.uk/peoplesongs to find out more.
BBC Radio Sheffield’s Football Heaven.
#1 for Football in South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire.
Paul Walker, Rob Staton and Andy Giddings bring you the latest news and interviews on your team.
Follow @footballheaven and listen to the show every weeknight from 6-7pm. www.bbc.co.uk/sheffield
World Have Your Say is the BBC’s global conversation programme.
We’re on BBC World Service radio at 1100GMT & 1700/1800GMT on weekdays and BBC World News TV at 1500GMT every Friday.
If you’ve got something to contribute to the discussion, record it here – we may play your comment on air. Your comments are moderated before they’re published.
Record your message here for the BBC Commonwealth Voices Challenge!
Just record the following phrases for us:
"BBC Commonwealth Voices" "Commonwealth Voices” “BBC” “Glasgow” “2014” (twenty fourteen)" “Voices” “My name is [name] and I’m from the Commonwealth country of [country]. This is my voice.”
You can also add any personal message you'd like to send to the world. Please speak as clearly as possible - and try and get somewhere as quiet as possible when you record.
The Telegraph Cycling Podcast
Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the world of professional cycling.
Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling.
Richard Moore is the author of Slaying the Badger and Sky’s the Limit, Daniel Friebe writes for Procycling and is author of The Cannibal, a biography of five-time Tour winner Eddy Merckx, and Lionel Birnie is co-editor of The Cycling Anthology, a collection of essays about the Tour.