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Multi-award winning Paul O'Grady returns to Radio 2 with a brand new live show for Easter Saturday. Featuring special guests and celebrity chat, the best music, and a whole host of competitions.

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A Bank Holiday Holiday special showcasing five decades of number one hits. Paul is joined by Elaine Paige and Lesley Garrett.

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Paul sits in for Elaine Paige, and celebrates the best of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End. Paul also plays his own favourite songs from some of Britain's 'lost' stage musicals.

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Paul sits in for Elaine Paige, and celebrates the best of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End. Paul also plays his own favourite songs from some of Britain's 'lost' stage musicals.

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Elaine Paige introduces the best of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End.

She is joined by American singer and actress Kaye Ballard, who chats about her long career and features songs from some of her favourite musicals from both stage and screen.

Ballard established herself as a musical comedienne in the 1940s, joining the Spike Jones touring revue of entertainers. In 1957, she and Alice Ghostley played the two ugly stepsisters in the live telecast of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, starring Julie Andrews in the title role.

Later, on Broadway, she starred in The Golden Apple, where she introduced the classic song Lazy Afternoon. Kaye went on appear opposite Jerry Orbach in Carnival and the Paper Mill Playhouse's 1998 revival of Stephen Sondheim's Follies. She has also tackled such demanding roles as Mama Rose in Gypsy and appeared on the big screen opposite Jane Powell in The Girl Most Likely.

Plus an exclusive performance in the studio from Rolan Bell, who is currently starring in the West End show The Harder They Come at the Playhouse Theatre.

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Paul sits in for Elaine Paige and features a 'more musical Sunday', with tracks from the very best Broadway and West End cast recordings. Malcolm's Big One comes from the smash hit musical Hairspray (Broadway 2002).

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Paul O'Grady is back on the wireless with his weekly dose of Motown classics, northern soul favourites and a whole host of songs that you have probably forgotten. There are also more of your Thank You messages to the people in your life who have made a difference. Plus the competition - Tea For Two on 2. Take part in the programme by post or email. Paul O'Grady, he's what the wireless was made for.

With great music and a unique competition.

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Presenting a unique mix of Motown and Northern Soul gems, plus Elsie the studio mouse!

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With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way. Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else. The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as Pet Clark, Ada Lee and Lord Sitar. Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk with your messages and Thank You greetings.

Back again with his unique combination of wit, listener messages and lost standards.

20100711

Lost films, much-missed pubs and forgotten shops: it must be Paul's Sunday show.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as

Henry Jerome, Marlene Dietrich and Pat Boone. Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk with your messages and Thank You greetings.

Paul plays pop, reads requests and throws out thank yous - it's what wise wirelesses want!

20100725

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as

Amos Milburn, Elvis Presley and The Nolan Sisters. Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk with your messages and Thank You greetings.

More timeless music and witty chat with Paul on the show that brings sunshine to Sundays.

20100801

Jodie Prenger holds the fort for Paul this week and has a Cocktail Hour offering from Terry Snyder, the Northern Soul and Motown Triples and more of your heartfelt Thank You messages. To get in touch with the show, email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk.

Jodie Prenger sits in for Paul with a magical mixture of music and more listener messages.

20100808

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as

Willis Jackson, Abba and Johnnie Ray . Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk with your messages and Thank You greetings.

Willis Jackson, Abba & Johnnie Ray in the same show? It must be Paul O'Grady on the radio.

20100815

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as

Willis Jackson, Abba and Johnnie Ray . Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk with your messages and Thank You greetings.

The latest on Elsie the pregnant studio mouse and details of the next Triple Action shot.

20100822

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as

Willis Jackson, Abba and Johnnie Ray . Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk with your messages and Thank You greetings.

Bringing sunshine to your Sunday, it's the radio show that shines whatever the weather!

20100829

He's the king of Lost Property, he has a mouse in the studio and he loves a tipple, sorry, that should read triple.

Yes, it's Paul O'Grady.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as

Willis Jackson, Abba and Johnnie Ray . Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk with your messages and Thank You greetings.

More Northern Soul & Motown Triples, another Cocktail Hour track plus all your Thank Yous.

20100912

Taking a break from the stage, Jodie Prenger holds the fort for Paul this week and will have more of your Thank You messages, a Cocktail Hour song and, ahead of Radio 2's Elvis Forever show, there'll be two very special Elvis Triples.

To get in touch with the show, email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk.

With Paul away this week Jodie Prenger once again is Mr O'Grady's more-than-able deputy.

20100919

If you've lost a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man. With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as

Willis Jackson, Marlene Dietrich and Bucks Fizz. Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie. Plus today's Lost TV Theme takes us to Amsterdam.

Summer may be over but between 5 & 7 Paul is guaranteed to bring sunshine to your Sunday!.

If you've lost a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man. With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

The Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music including such diverse artists as

Willis Jackson, Marlene Dietrich and Bucks Fizz. Paul favours album tracks and rarities over the latest releases and also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. Motown, Hi-NRG classics and a 'cocktail hour' offering complete his unique mix. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie. Plus today's Lost TV Theme takes us to Amsterdam.

Summer may be over but between 5 & 7 Paul is guaranteed to bring sunshine to your Sunday!

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Paul presents a lively mix of eclectic music and chat, including anecdotes from his week.

20101003

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'Tales Of the Unexpected'. And, if you've lost a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

A music mix like no other, including the new 'All-Star Triple' and another Lost TV Theme.

20101010

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'Bewitched'. And, if you've lost a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Paul presents a Cocktail Hour song, a Lost TV theme and radio's only All-Star Triple.

20101024

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'Prisoner Cell Block H'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Presenting more lost standards, the Northern Soul & All-Star Triples and the odd cocktail!

20101031

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'All Creatures Great And Small'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

A special show with a Halloween theme - Paul's favourite time of the year!

20101107

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'The Littlest Hobo'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

The latest All-Star Triple, more Thank You messages and another 'Wish You Were There' song

20101114

Paul is joined by Jodie Prenger as Radio 2's Children In Need Music Marathon continues.

Paul is joined by Jodie Prenger as Radio 2's Children In Need Music Marathon continues.

20101121

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'thirtysomething'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else. Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple.

There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Paul returns with more Thank Yous, and thirtysomething featuring as the Lost TV Theme.

20101128

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'Cheers'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else. Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple.

There's a Hi-NRG classic from The Communards and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

More heartfelt Thank You messages, your letters & emails and plenty of Paul's caustic wit.

20101205

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'WKRP in Cincinnati'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else. Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple.

There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Featuring more All Star and Northern Soul Triples plus a Lost TV Theme from the archive.

20101212

More quirky music from Paul including the 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'The Darling Buds Of May'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else. Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple.

There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Bringing sunshine to your Sunday, it's the radio show that keeps you warm all year round!

20101219

More quirky music from Paul including the 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'Cheers'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else. Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple.

There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

The latest on Elsie, Olga and whatever happens to be getting on Paul's nerves this week!

20101225

The grumpiest man with his own seasonal extravaganza on Christmas Day morning?

Paul O'Grady isn't known for his love of December 25th, so that makes him the obvious choice for a three hour show on Christmas Day!

There'll be plenty of seasonal music including a festive triple from Cliff, and another from the Motown vaults. Paul will also have plenty of suggestions on how to survive the Big Day and he'll be reading out messages for friends and family around the world. And there'll be a few celebrity callers too including Matt Smith, JLS, Julie Walters and Take That.

Oh, unlike his regular Sunday show, Paul promises there'll be no Dead Pet messages with that smelly lady on the piano.

Paul's annual seasonal extravaganza: music, dedications and Christmas celebrity greetings.

20110123

There's no other show on the wireless quite like it.

Join Paul O'Grady for two hours of music you've probably forgotten and a myriad of things you might have lost including the odd pub, a favourite movie or even possibly a friend.

There's not one but two All-Star Triples (that's three great songs from one great artist), a weekly dose of special Thank You letters, plus Paul's cocktail recipe (and please remember to drink responsibly).

Find out the latest on Elsie, Paul's studio mouse, and there's piano accompaniment from Mrs Bala Clava.

You can take part in the show any time, just email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk or write to him at Radio 2, London W1A 1AA.

Music, listener messages and helping to find lost things, whether shop, film or song.

20120506

He puts the sun into Sunday.

Join Paul O'Grady for two hours of music you've probably forgotten and a myriad of things you might have lost including the odd pub, a favourite movie or even possibly a friend.

There's not one but two All-Star Triples from Cyndi Lauper and Vera Lynn, and 80s American soap 'Melrose Place 'is this week's Lost TV Theme. Plus, you can play along with the Mystery Year and, of course, there's the weekly dose of your special Thank You letters.

If you want to take part in the show, just email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk or write to him at Radio 2, London W1A 1AA.

20120513

He puts the sun into Sunday.

Join Paul O'Grady for two hours of music you've probably forgotten and a myriad of things you might have lost including the odd pub, a favourite movie or even possibly a friend.

There's not one but two All-Star Triples from Manfred Mann and The Osmonds, and Murphy Brown is this week's Lost TV Theme. Plus, you can play along with the Mystery Year and, of course, there's the weekly dose of your special Thank You letters.

If you want to take part in the show, just email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk or write to him at Radio 2, London W1A 1AA.

20120520

He puts the sun into Sunday.

Join Paul O'Grady for two hours of music you've probably forgotten and a myriad of things you might have lost including the odd pub, a favourite movie or even possibly a friend.

There's not one but two All-Star Triples from Kylie and Elton John, and 'Blossom' is this week's Lost TV Theme. Plus, you can play along with the Mystery Year and, of course, there's the weekly dose of your special Thank You letters.

If you want to take part in the show, just email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk or write to him at Radio 2, London W1A 1AA.

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West End star Jodie Prenger takes a break from treading the boards to hold the fort for Paul this week.

....the One In Which Paul Returned

...the One Where Jodie Sat In For Paul And Dusted His Studio

...the One Where Paul Played A Record For A Listener Who Wasn't Listening

...the one where Paul suffered 'It's A Small World' over and over again

...the one where Paul suffered 'It's A Small World' over and over again20101017

More quirky music from Paul including the brand new 'All Star Triple', another 'Wish You Were There' track plus a 'Lost TV Theme' - this week it's 'Moonlighting'. And, if you've mislaid a film, a pub or even a pal, then Paul O'Grady is your man.

With his unique voice, observations and wit, the programme is a fun and lively mix of eclectic music and chat that includes Paul's anecdotes from his week. Listener emails and letters - ranging from children to their great-grandparents - play a huge part and Paul deals with them in his own hilarious and sometimes 'Savage' way.

Paul's regular features draw heavily on audience interactivity including the 'Dead Pet Slot', shared ironing tips and not forgetting the weekly Thank You's, where Paul recognises those who go that little bit further for someone else.

Each week, the Radio 2 playlist gets ditched in favour of Paul's favourite music and he also invites listeners to 'Keep the Faith' with his Northern Soul Triple. There's often a Hi-NRG classic and a 'cocktail hour' offering, complete with a weekly recipe. Oh, and Paul is joined in the studio each week by his pious mouse, Elsie.

Paul presents a Cocktail Hour song, a Lost TV theme and radio's only All-Star Triple.

...the one where Paul suffered 'It's A Small World' over and over again20101017

...the One Where Paul Swallowed His Tongue

..the one where Dawn told Paul about the pan she hates20100905

Finding one twin or the other, Paul ranting about his Mum taking him to see Dumbo and Bambi, and why Dawn - one of Paul's listeners - hates a pan - it's another two hours in the company of Paul O'Grady on the wireless.

'Cinema Paradiso' by The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra was Paul's Wish You Were There song; this week's Cocktail Hour track was 'Charade' by Si Zentner and the Lost TV Theme was Sons & Daughters.

Email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk with your messages and Thank You greetings.

Paul rants about his Mum taking him to see Dumbo and tries to find one twin or another!

A Eurovision Special20170507

Paul plays two Triples featuring the very best of Eurovision.

Christopher Biggins sits in20170514

Christopher Biggins sits in for Paul O'Grady.

Jodie Prenger sits in for Paul

Jodie Prenger Sits In For Paul

Jodie Prenger Sits in for Paul

Jodie Prenger Sits In For Paul

Jodie Prenger sits in for Paul20110102

Jodie Prenger holds the fort for Paul this week and will have more of your heartfelt Thank You messages, the Northern Soul and All-Star Triples and another Cocktail Hour track.

To get in touch with the show, email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk.

With Paul away Jodie Prenger gets to play, with more great music you'd forgotten about.

Jodie Prenger Sits in for Paul20110109

Keeping Paul's seat warm again this week is Jodie Prenger, who'll have another winning mixture of lost standards, your messages and dedications and her own brand of Northern charm.

To get in touch with the show, email paulogrady@bbc.co.uk.

Jodie sits in for Paul O'Grady again with another Lost TV Theme and Thank You messages.

Paul O'grady And The One With A Moan About Footie

Paul O'Grady and the one with a moan about footie20100613
The One Where Elsie Sang With Andy Williams

The One Where Jodie Played the King

The One Where Jodie Sits In For Paul...again

The One Where....elsie Revealed She Was Expecting!

With Triples featuring Peter Skellern and Victoria Wood20170528

With Triples featuring Peter Skellern and Victoria Wood.

With Triples starring Dame Shirley Bassey and Madness20170430

With Triples starring Dame Shirley Bassey and Madness.

With Triples starring Michael Jackson and Fleetwood Mac20170521

With Triples starring Michael Jackson and Fleetwood Mac.

With Triples starring Petula Clark and Elvis Costello20170423

With Triples starring Petula Clark and Elvis Costello.