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About BBC Radio 2

Listen online to the internet radio of BBC Radio 2 live here, on UK Radio Live!
BBC Radio 2 is the most popular radio station in the United Kingdom. With almost 15 million weekly listeners, BBC Radio 2 deserves the BBC radio station fleet’s flagship title. As started on 30 September 1967, more than 50 years of experience in broadcasting polished the programme structure to it's impeccable fusion of popular music and a wide selection of specialist music as well as documentaries, comedies and talkshows. For the best orientation of the music palette of the broadcaster, what covers more than 40 years in numerous genres, the most skilled musical experts supervise the navigation in the vast ocean of melodies. In time of talk, frontline presenters lead the verbal communication for the highest level of intelligibility.
The station serves morning shows on every day of the week. On weekdays the "Zoe Ball Breakfast Show" ignites the mornings from 6:30am to 9:30am with news, sport news, and newspaper watch besides the carefully selected music, all for helping to pick up the momentum of the day. Saturday’s morning shows from 8am to 10am are led by Dermot O’Leary with various popular guests, and the Sunday’s morning shows from 6am to 9am with various expert guests from the musical profession.

Music genres: pop, classic, rock 'n' roll, country, jazz, folk, gospel, blues, organ music, big band, brass band
Musical experts: Jamie Cullum, Craig Charles, Trevor Nelson, Mark Radcliffe, Bob Harris, Paul Jones
Presenters: Zoe Ball, Tina Daheley, Sara Cox, Ken Bruce, Jeremy Vine, Steve Wright, Simon Mayo, Jo Whiley, Dermot O'Leary, Graham Norton, Johnnie Walker, Claudia Winkleman, Paul O'Grady

You can listen to station on the traditional analogue radio way on 88-91 FM in the territory of the United Kingdom, and the less limited, and better quality digital ways are also optionable, we recommend the online radio stream.

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Postal address: Radio 2, BBC Broadcasting House, London, W1A 1AA, United Kingdom

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Frequency: United Kingdom - 88.0 FM - 91.0 FM
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Ken Bruce named as Britain’s favourite radio presenter
BBC Radio 2 presenter Ken Bruce has been named as Britain’s favourite radio presenter in a new poll. Capital’s Roman Kemp takes second place with BBC Radio 2’s Zoe Ball in third. Chris Evans takes 4th and Jeremy Vine is in 5th place. Research carried out by digital radio manufacturer Pure also shows millions more Brits have turned to radio since the pandemic, regarding it as a trusted source of breaking news and instant information. Ken Bruce takes the top spot, despite not making the Top 10 in the same survey last year. Here’s how the top 10 shapes up...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 15.02.2021
Vernon Kay to host Super Bowl LV on BBC Radio 5 Live
The Super Bowl is back on BBC Radio 5 Live for the first time in five years with a new show hosted by Vernon Kay. Live radio coverage of the showdown between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs begins this Sunday at 11pm on 5 Live and BBC Sounds. BBC One will also provide live TV coverage from 11.30pm. Vernon Kay, a frequent visitor to Super Bowl as a fan and broadcaster, is also a former player himself with the London Warriors. His last regular radio show was with Radio X four years ago but he’s also covering on BBC Radio 2 at the moment...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 08.02.2021
BBC Radio 2 presenters get in the musicals mood
Presenters from BBC Radio 2 have been dressing up ahead of the station celebrating musicals this weekend. Zoe Ball, Sara Cox and Ken Bruce all dressed up as characters to mark a weekend of only songs from musical theatre, stage and screen all day from 5am-7pm. In the Breakfast Show on Friday, Zoe will be leading a sing-a-long of three songs from musicals and is encouraging listeners to get dressed up as their favourite musicals character for it. There will be musicals themes and guests across all the Radio 2 shows on Saturday and Sunday, culminating in Musicals: The Greatest Show on Sunday night hosted by Sheridan Smith...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 28.01.2021
BBC Radio 2 celebrates musicals with BBC One
Musicals: The Greatest Show is coming to BBC Radio 2 forming part of three days of special programmes about the stage and screen. Hosted on radio and television by performer Sheridan Smith, the initiative puts the songs, the shows, and the stars, back on stage at the London Palladium. It will be broadcast from 7pm – 9pm on Sunday 31 January on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds, and as a 75-minute show in February on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. From Friday 29 January to Sunday 31 January, for Radio 2 Celebrates Musicals the station has lined up an array of music, programmes and documentaries...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 12.01.2021
Graham Norton to drive his own desk at Virgin Radio
After years of not operating a radio desk at BBC Radio 2, Graham Norton has spoken of his delight to be able to finally drive his own at Virgin Radio. He appeared on Breakfast with Chris Evans Friday morning ahead of his first show on Saturday from 9.30am till 12.30pm. Graham said: “We did a little dummy run the other night and it’s fun – I really liked it. “Here’s my confession – at Radio 2 I was never allowed to touch a button, I was just gloves on, and I’d sit there and talk. So everything happened around me. But here, I’m pushing some buttons and it’s pathetic how excited that makes me...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 09.01.2021
Clare Teal is joining Bauer for new Jazz FM show
Clare Teal, who hosted her final show on BBC Radio 2 this week, is joining Jazz FM. Clare announced she was leaving Radio 2 in November, and did her last programme on January 3rd 2021. Now Jazz FM’s breakfast presenter Nigel Williams has announced the broadcaster is joining the national jazz station to present big band and swing every Sunday night for two hours on The Clare Teal Show. Her first show will be on Sunday 24th January and her weekly two-hour slot will feature music handpicked by Clare. Clare says: “I am beyond thrilled to be joining Jazz FM. To find a new home as excited as I am, to share the music I love with like-minded folks, is just brilliant" ...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 05.01.2021
Festive programmes and schedule changes at BBC Radio 2
Details of the Christmas specials and changes to the schedule for 2021 have been released by BBC Radio 2. Changes include an earlier start time for Vanessa Feltz who will be on from 4am till 6.30a starting on January 4th. Vanessa says: “When Radio 2 asked me to extend my show I was thrilled! It’s a real privilege to spend such intimate time with the UK’s early birds – and they continue to fascinate and astound us with their messages.” Radio 2 today launches a listener vote to discover the nation’s all-time favourite song from a musical. From 12pm on Friday 18 December to 12pm on Monday 11 January, listeners can take their pick from a long list of 50 classics spanning nine decades...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 18.12.2020
More syndicated programmes for BBC Radio this Christmas
The official launch of Christmas at BBC network radio will take place on Tuesday 1st December when Radio 1, Radio 1 Dance, 1Xtra, Asian Network, Radio 2 and 6 Music come together for a syndicated show. The BBC Radio Christmas House Party will see the six services come together to launch their festive celebrations at 5pm. And BBC local radio stations will be handing over their local frequencies for more networked shows than usual over Christmas with only seven hours of local output on Christmas Day as all 39 stations take the same shows before 7am and after 2pm. Between Christmas and New Year, local stations will also syndicate from 6pm till 6am with Nana Akua from 6pm and Jim Davis from 10pm...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 30.11.2020
Claudia Winkleman to take over Radio 2 Saturday morning show
BBC Radio 2 has announced Claudia Winkleman as Graham Norton’s replacement on Saturday mornings from next February. Graham will leave the station at Christmas to join Virgin Radio UK for weekend mornings. The BBC says Claudia’s Saturday 10am-1pm show will ‘welcome some of the world’s most popular stars to Wogan House for a chat against a backdrop of a brilliant mix of music and musings of the day’. Claudia says: “I’m not often speechless but the chance to be with the wonderful Radio 2 listeners every Saturday has left me, quite frankly, gobsmacked. I hope my voice comes back in time for the first show as I can no longer simply rely on a fake tan and a fringe. There’s nobody I’d rather be with at the weekend, it’s a privilege and an honour.”...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 23.11.2020

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