Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
2/2 Paul Gambaccini continues his frank and insightful interview with Marvin Gaye.
David Rudder and Charlies Roots in Cambridge in 1988, plus La Sonora Dinamita and Lush.
A 5 Fif-theme Request, Parish Notices and a great mix of early morning music.
Shaun chats to musician Richard Hawley and actress Lyndsey Marshal.
Lauren plays out selected tracks suggested by the listeners in the People's Playlist.
The Divine Comedy's Neil Hannon chats about his Linbury Theatre/Royal Opera House project.
Andrew Collins sits in for Steve Lamacq and looks ahead to the Roundtable.
Andrew Collins sits in for Steve Lamacq to discuss some of the week's hottest releases.
All the way from Oklahoma, Marc's live band is Other Lives.
Gideon plays Dexys Midnight Runners in concert, plus Ride in session.
Mark Radcliffe celebrates the pioneers of rhythm and blues, including Ruth Brown.
Stuart Grundy examines the works of Norman Petty and Bill Nelson.
Rod Stewart live at London's Olympia in 1976, plus Bivouac and Kurt Vile in session.
The Hawk chats to Gemma Hayes about her latest album, Let It Break.
Friday 6 April 2012