Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
43/52 Alan Freeman takes a look at the controversy generated by militant forms of rap. (R)
3/4 David Quantick looks at the evolution of the Wild Bunch and the birth of trip hop. (R)
Third World live in London in 1982, plus sessions from Hagar the Womb and Devon Sproule.
Chris Hawkins plays back-to-back music plus exclusive BBC sessions and his Spotlight Act.
Chris Hawkins has another edition of the 5.15 Request and two hours of really great music.
Shaun has more from new feature Jeremy Vinyl, plus he is joined by Tim Booth from James.
Lauren plays out listeners' selections for the week's People's Playlist.
Mark Radcliffe presents the show solo and is joined in the studio by Tame Impala.
Classic tracks and amazing new music.
A News Quiz special edition with Jeremy Hardy, Justin Moorhouse and Susan Calman.
Marc Riley has a live session from Laura J Martin ahead of the release of her second album
Three hours of records from Bristol, and the West Country.
Steve Lamacq and trusted guide DJs share the best new music.
44/52 Alan Freeman celebrates women's contribution to popular music. (R)
4/4 David Quantick concludes with a look at that intense period from 1994 to 1996. (R)
The Mutts in Brighton in 2004, plus BBC sessions from Thompson Twins and Songhoy Blues.