Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
9/13 The story of the soul music label continues, featuring Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce.
3/4 Pete Townshend continues his personal account of his life in rock 'n' roll.
Featuring Moby at Homelands from 2000 and sessions from the Decemberists and Laura Marling
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back-to-back music.
The Hawk has another edition of the 5.15 Request, plus two hours of really great music.
Shaun is after listeners' Earworms, plus he has another Small Claims Court caller.
Lauren is joined by actor Jim Broadbent, who talks about his forthcoming film Get Santa.
Mark and Stuart are joined by comedian and writer Richard Herring.
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Steve hosts Roundtable with Bloc Party frontman Kele, Viv Albertine and artist Pete McKee.
Marc Riley have a session from indie four-piece Fiction.
Gideon Coe plays as many records as he can manage in three hours.
Steve Lamacq and trusted guide DJs share the best new music.
10/13 Johnnie Walker hears how Roberta Flack got signed to Atlantic.
4/4 Pete Townshend concludes his first-hand account of a life in rock 'n' roll.
Featuring Yellow Magic Orchestra in London in 1980 and sessions from Bauhaus and Keel Her.