Stuart is joined by Radio 3's Jez Nelson to talk about trends in current British jazz.
Blur live 6 Music session, The First Time with Slash, and Richard Hawley.
Featuring Bob Marley and The Wailers at the BBC's Paris Theatre in 1973.
Black Slate recorded in London in 1980, plus Barrington Levy and Black Roots in session.
1/8 Brinsley Ford explores how independence helped shape the form of Jamaican music.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by Nick Drake.
Jo Good sits in for Nemone and Hollie Cook chooses Jamaican-inspired tracks in Most Played
A man named Jon Holmes is back to turn your Saturday morning upside down and inside out.
Liz chats with Brinsley Forde of Aswad in Legend In Your Lunchtime.
The Don celebrates 50 Years of Jamaican Independence in style.
Craig celebrates 50 years of Jamaican independence with a special mix.
Tom is joined by John from webzine The Quietus.
Ben Watt returns to the 6 Mix. (R)
4/15 Matt Everitt talks to rock icon and former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash. (R)
Jimmy Lindsay in London in 1980, plus Peel sessions from Culture and Misty in Roots.
2/8 Brinsley Ford delves into the heartbeat that has driven Jamaican music for 40 years.
Sunday 5 August 2012