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01Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009101920091225 (R1)
20091026 (R1)

Big Brother, Kylie's hotpants and Eminem. It must be the year 2000.

Big Brother, Kylie's hotpants and Eminem. It must be the year 2000.

Big Brother, Kylie's hotpants and Eminem. It must be the year 2000. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial.

01Comedy Greats20090815 (BBC7)
20120609 (BBC7)
20160305 (BBC7)
20130817 (BBC7)

Barry Cryer presents comedy including Clare in the Community and Radio Shuttleworth.

Barry Cryer presents Small World of Dominic Holland, At Home With The Snails, Clare in the Community, Radio Shuttleworth, Mark Watson and Little Britain.

Decade by decade, Barry Cryer showcases some of the funniest and finest shows ever broadcast by the BBC.

Baz finally reaches the 21st century of radio comedy with his first selection from the noughties:

* The Small World of Dominic Holland

Series 1 (6/6)

Dominic ponders the journey of life to adulthood. Stand-up and sketches with Dave Lamb, Sally Grace and Simon Greenall. From 2000.

* At Home With The Snails

Series 1 (1/4)

Fed-up Alex has done nothing since university, but then he discovers an unusual hobby. Stars Geoffrey Palmer, Angela Thorne, Gerard Foster and Miranda Hart. From 2001.

* Clare in the Community

Series 1 (4/6)

Social worker Clare Barker is racked with relief when her most detested client dies. Stars Sally Phillips, Alex Lowe, Richard Lumsden, Gemma Craven, Ellen Thomas and Nina Conti. From 2004.

* Radio Shuttleworth

Series 2 (5/6)

1997 Eurovision Song Contest winner Katrina Leskanich drops into visit Sheffield singer John Shuttleworth, but his wife Mary gets the ironing board out. From 2000.

* Mark Watson Makes The World Substantially Better

Series 1 (3/6) Pride

Welsh comic Mark continues his quest to free us from the seven deadly sins. With Tim Key and Tim Minchin. From 2007.

* Little Britain

Series 2 (3/4)

Fat fighting with Marjorie and the hypnotic Kenny Craig. Back where it started out - Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit - without the cameras. From 2002.

Produced and scripted by Peter Reed

First broadcast on BBC 7 in 2003.

Barry Cryer presents comedy including Clare in the Community and Radio Shuttleworth.

Decade by decade, Barry Cryer showcases some of the funniest and finest shows ever broadcast by the BBC.

Baz finally reaches the 21st century of radio comedy with his first selection from the noughties:

* The Small World of Dominic Holland

Series 1 (6/6)

Dominic ponders the journey of life to adulthood. Stand-up and sketches with Dave Lamb, Sally Grace and Simon Greenall. From 2000.

* At Home With The Snails

Series 1 (1/4)

Fed-up Alex has done nothing since university, but then he discovers an unusual hobby. Stars Geoffrey Palmer, Angela Thorne, Gerard Foster and Miranda Hart. From 2001.

* Clare in the Community

Series 1 (4/6)

Social worker Clare Barker is racked with relief when her most detested client dies. Stars Sally Phillips, Alex Lowe, Richard Lumsden, Gemma Craven, Ellen Thomas and Nina Conti. From 2004.

* Radio Shuttleworth

Series 2 (5/6)

1997 Eurovision Song Contest winner Katrina Leskanich drops into visit Sheffield singer John Shuttleworth, but his wife Mary gets the ironing board out. From 2000.

* Mark Watson Makes The World Substantially Better

Series 1 (3/6) Pride

Welsh comic Mark continues his quest to free us from the seven deadly sins. With Tim Key and Tim Minchin. From 2007.

* Little Britain

Series 2 (3/4)

Fat fighting with Marjorie and the hypnotic Kenny Craig. Back where it started out - Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit - without the cameras. From 2002.

Produced and scripted by Peter Reed

First broadcast on BBC 7 in 2003.

Barry Cryer presents The Small World of Dominic Holland, At Home With the Snails, Clare in the Community, Radio Shuttleworth, Mark Watson and Little Britain.

Barry Cryer presents comedy including Clare in the Community and Radio Shuttleworth.

Barry Cryer presents Small World of Dominic Holland, At Home With The Snails, Clare in the Community, Radio Shuttleworth, Mark Watson and Little Britain.

Barry Cryer presents comedy including Clare in the Community and Radio Shuttleworth.

02Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009102620091225 (R1)
20091102 (R1)

2001 brought us the iPod, Harry Potter on the big screen and the attack on New York.

2001 brought us the iPod, Harry Potter on the big screen and the attack on New York.

2001 brought us the iPod, Harry Potter on the big screen and the attack on New York. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial.

02Comedy Greats20070428 (BBC7)
20120616 (BBC7)
20120623 (BBC7)
20160716 (BBC7)
20130831 (BBC7)

With Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format and Dead Ringers.

Barry Cryer presents Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format, Linda Smith's A Brief History of Timewasting and Dead Ringers.

Listen up! Barry Cryer's six-pack includes Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format, Linda Smith's A Brief History of Timewasting and Dead Ringers.

With Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format and Dead Ringers.

Listen up! Barry Cryer's six-pack includes Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format, Linda Smith's A Brief History of Timewasting and Dead Ringers.

With Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format and Dead Ringers.

Barry Cryer presents Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format, Linda Smith's A Brief History of Timewasting and Dead Ringers.

With Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format and Dead Ringers.

Barry Cryer presents Absolute Power, The Boosh, Think the Unthinkable, The Sunday Format, Linda Smith's A Brief History of Timewasting and Dead Ringers.

03Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009110220091225 (R1)
20091109 (R1)

2002 - we were all watching The Office, reality TV and Ali G.

2002 - we were all watching The Office, reality TV and Ali G.

2002 - we were all watching The Office, reality TV and Ali G. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial.

03 LASTComedy Greats20120630 (BBC7)
20130907 (BBC7)

With Cabin Pressure, The Boosh, Flight of the Conchords and Ed Reardon's Week.

Barry Cryer presents: Cabin Pressure, The Boosh, Flight of the Conchords, I've Never Seen Star Wars and Ed Reardon's Week.

With Flight of the Conchords, I've Never Seen Star Wars and Ed Reardon's Week.

Barry Cryer concludes his decade-by-decade trawl of Auntie's archives with Cabin Pressure, The Boosh, Flight of the Conchords, I've Never Seen Star Wars and Ed Reardon's Week.

With Cabin Pressure, The Boosh, Flight of the Conchords and Ed Reardon's Week.

Barry Cryer presents: Cabin Pressure, The Boosh, Flight of the Conchords, I've Never Seen Star Wars and Ed Reardon's Week.

04Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009110920091225 (R1)
20091116 (R1)

It's 2003, the year of the White Stripes, grime and the launch of MySpace. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial.

It's 2003 - the year of the White Stripes, grime and the launch of MySpace.

It's 2003 - the year of the White Stripes, grime and the launch of MySpace.

05Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009111620091225 (R1)
20091123 (R1)

The year of the chav, Goldie Lookin' Chain and zombie rom-com Shaun of the Dead.

The year of the chav, Goldie Lookin' Chain and zombie rom-com Shaun of the Dead.

The year of the chav, Goldie Lookin' Chain and zombie rom-com Shaun of the Dead. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial.

06Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009112320091225 (R1)
20091130 (R1)

Dr Who was back after 16 years and the UK went mad for Arctic Monkeys.

Dr Who was back after 16 years and the UK went mad for Arctic Monkeys.

Dr Who was back after 16 years and the UK went mad for Arctic Monkeys. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial.

07Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009113020091225 (R1)
20091207 (R1)

Nu Rave arrived, Ibiza rocked and Lily Allen led the girls back into the charts.

Nu Rave arrived, Ibiza rocked and Lily Allen led the girls back into the charts.

It's 2006 - Nu Rave arrived and Ibiza rocked, but the boys in skinny jeans started to lose the fight as Lily Allen led the girls back into the charts.

08Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009120720091225 (R1)
20091214 (R1)

Remember 2007? It was all about downloads, rehab and The Mighty Boosh.

Remember 2007? It was all about downloads, rehab and The Mighty Boosh.

Remember 2007? It was all about downloads, rehab and The Mighty Boosh. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial.

09Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009121420091226 (R1)
20091221 (R1)

2008 - Jay-Z headlines Glastonbury and Barack Obama is elected US president.

2008 - Jay-Z headlines Glastonbury and Barack Obama is elected US president.

2008 - Jay-Z headlines Glastonbury and Barack Obama is elected US president. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial.

10Bbc Radio 1 And 1xtra's Stories2009122120091226 (R1)

The story concludes with a look at 2009. This episode is available until 9pm on 28th December as part of the Series Catch-up Trial. Part of the BBC Christmas 2009 season.

Radio 1's story of the decade concludes with a look back at the year just gone.

6M01200220120305

This March sees the 10th birthday of BBC Radio 6 Music, which launched on 11 March 2002 with Phill Jupitus playing Ash's Burn Baby Burn.

From today, 6 Music's night schedule will celebrate the station's decade on air by revisiting documentaries from this period.

First up, BBC Radio 6 Music Celebrates: 10 Years with a look at the music, culture and life of 2002. Fearne Cotton presents with contributions from Ricky Gervais, a look at music reality shows, and a rounds-up of the films of the year. It first broadcast on Radio 1 in 2009.

6 Music celebrates 10 years of music, culture and life, beginning with the story of 2002.

6M02200320120306

6 Music Celebrates 10 Years. The Story of The Noughties, 2003, presented by Huw Stephens. With The Libertines, The White Stripes and The Darkness; the year of MySpace, Grime, and Michael Eavis talks about Glastonbury selling out in record time. First broadcast on Radio 1.

Huw Stephens tells the story of 2002.

6M03200420120307

6 Music Celebrates 10 Years. The Story of The Noughties - 2004. With a look at music downloads, boutique festivals, Heat magazine and the death of John Peel. Featuring interviews with Biffy Clyro and Goldie Lookin Chain. First broadcast on Radio 1.

A look at music downloads, boutique festivals and the death of John Peel.

6M04200520120308

6 Music Celebrates 10 Years. Trevor Nelson continues The Story of The Noughties. Tonight: 2005. With music from the Killers, Kanye West and the Arctic Monkeys. Doctor Who returned to our tv screens and UK underground Hip-Hop hit the mainstream. First broadcast on Radio 1.

Trevor Nelson continues with music from The Killers, Kanye West and Arctic Monkeys.

6M05200620120309

Pete Tong continues with a look at 2006 and the rise of female artists such as Lily Allen.

6 Music Celebrates 10 Years. Pete Tong continues The Story Of The Noughties with a look at 2006: the revival of credible female artists such as Lily Allen; the Ibiza scene and Nu Rave. First broadcast on Radio 1.

6M06200720120312

6 Music Celebrates 10 Years. Jo Whiley looks back at 2007 including celebs and rehab via Amy Winehouse and Pete Doherty, also featuring the Live Earth and Concert for Diana events and The Mighty Boosh, Kasabian, Muse and Radiohead. First broadcast on Radio 1.

Jo Whiley looks back at the music and events of 2007.

6M07200820120313

6 Music Celebrates 10 Years. Tim Westwood looks at 2008, band re-unions, Jay -Z at Glastonbury, Barack Obama's election, Kings of Leon hitting the big time. Featuring My Chemical Romance and The Ting Tings. First broadcast on Radio 1.

Tim Westwood looks back at 2008 with band reunions and Barack Obama's election victory.

6M08200920120314

Scott Mills looks at Twitter, dubstep, the death of Michael Jackson and the Oasis split.

6 Music Celebrates 10 Years. Scott Mills looks back at 2009. Including Twitter, Dubstep, the death of Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, the Oasis split and Susan Boyle. James King discusses the success of Slumdog Millionaire. First broadcast on Radio 1.