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.
Including film critic Ambrose Heron and Finnish electronic trio Pepe Deluxe's Most Played.
It's Richard Bacon's last week entertaining the nation on Saturday mornings.
Liz is joined by 6 Music's funk 'n' soul brother Craig Charles for 6 of the Best.
Jon is back with his usual nonsense and chaos with jazz guru Jamie Cullum on the show.
Put your dancing shoes as The City Champs join the show from Memphis.
Mark Jones explores Kraftwerk's huge influence on electronic music. (R)
The Don's selections include J-Star, John Holt, The Magnetic Fields and Underworld.
Tom is joined by guest Romo and plays session tracks from Natalie Ross.
29/52 Alan Freeman looks back at the rise and fall of punk rock in Britain.
Midnight Oil at Glastonbury in 1993, plus Kid Galahad and Alien Ant Farm in session.
A featured album by Infadels and a long song by Traffic.
Sunday 12 February 2012