2/2 Bruce Dickinson concludes his profile of blues giant Howlin' Wolf, aka Chester Burnett.
Getting you ready for Friday with back to back music, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
27/52 Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.
The Penguin Café Orchestra, TV Personalities & We've Got A Fuzzbox And We're Gonna Use It.
The Hawk chats to Pauline Black about The Selecter's upcoming UK tour.
Featuring Prof Brian Cox and Middle-Aged Shout Outs.
Lauren Laverne with all the latest movie news in Friday Film Club and Memory Tapes.
Metronomy pop into the studio for a chat with Stuart.
Steve gets the weekend started with a bang with the Friday Free For All.
Tom Robinson reflects on seven days of online music conversation.
Tom has a session from singer-songwriter Holly Fulbrook, known as Tiny Ruins.
Jonny Trunk of Trunk Records talks about his collection of unusual religious music.
Ed Simons, Noel Fielding and Django Django, Laura Viers, Afrika Bambaataa and others.
Featuring Manic Street Preachers recorded at the Astoria, London in 1994.
28/52 Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings.
Featuring Cast at V Festival from 1996, plus sessions from The Soup Dragons and Oysterband
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album from Infadels.
Saturday 11 February 2012