Stuart presents his favourite progressive rock concept albums.
Jarvis Cocker on the Oscars, Peter Serafinowicz, Ron Mael and Kathleen Edwards in session.
Chris Hawkins presents Melanie recorded at the BBC's Paris Theatre, London in 1975.
49/52 Alan Freeman takes a look at the rave scene of 1988 onwards.
The Tourists live in London in 1980, plus L'Augmentation and Cat Power in session.
An Album of the Weekend by Roy Ayers Ubiquity and a rare gem by San Francisco's Dreamdate.
Sharon Van Etten shares her Most Played tracks and Boothby Graffoe chairs Culture Club.
Peter Serafinowicz, comedian and music fanatic, is joined by actor Terence Stamp.
Nemone talks Liz through her 6 of the Best tracks.
Jon is back with his usual nonsense and chaos amongst music and some puns.
It's Saturday night and it's time for Craig to open his trunk of funk.
Nerm returns to the 6 Mix playing the alternative side of electronic and dance music. (R)
The Don's selections include Jagwar, Pulp and Stephen Malkmus, and The Jicks.
Tom is joined by Stuart Rook from Lux Lisbon and plays session tracks from Fanfarlo.
50/52 Alan Freeman peers into the darkness of the recording studio and plots its evolution.
Soulwax recorded in Reading from 2000, plus Urusei Yatsura and Dream City Film Club.
An album of the weekend by Roy Ayers Ubiquity and a long song from The Decemberists.
Sunday 4 March 2012