BBC Radio 2 is starting a new programming feature, called Love Where You Live.
The national station aims to celebrate the spirit of the local community. asking listeners how well they really know their neighbours.
As well as on-air programming throughout the week including Jeremy Vine, Steve Wright and Drivetime, listeners can also go to BBC Online for more information and to find out if they are a good neighbour with Radio 2's online quiz.
Jeremy Vine says: "This is a great one for us! It's all about the connections you make in your street and your neighbourhood – in the same way that Radio 2 is about the connections between us all.
"I'm excited because it'll take me back to the first house I lived in. I wish the treehouse my dad built was still at the end of the garden, but I fear it might not be after 40 years…"
Bob Shennan, Controller of Radio 2 and 6 Music, says: "BBC Radio 2 holds a mirror up to life and events in Great Britain and Love Where You Live is really important in allowing us to interact with our audience."