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Lauren Laverne curates an hour of her favourite new releases.
4/4 Steve Lamacq concludes his in-depth profile of the influential band. (R)
Steve Lamacq celebrates Nirvana's second album Nevermind, released in 1991. (R)
The Truth in Chippenham in 1984, plus BBC sessions from Flats and The Mission.
Chris Hawkins plays back-to-back music plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Chris Hawkins celebrates the twentieth anniversary of World Book Day.
Nemone sits in for Shaun Keaveny with producer Guillaume Atlan picking some tracks.
Alison Goldfrapp spins some favourite records and talks about the new Goldfrapp album.
Stuart Maconie presents solo and is joined by Bob Stanley of Saint Etienne.
Steve looks ahead to the South By Southwest festival in Austin, Texas.
Classic and cutting-edge tracks with live sessions.
Tom Ravenscroft curates an hour of his favourite new music.
1/2 Steve Lamacq chronicles the Britpop years. (R)
Steve Lamacq looks back at (What's the Story) Morning Glory? released in 1995 by Oasis. (R)
Chris Hawkins presents sessions from Decoration and Bob Mould.