Stuart Maconie examines how Bob Dylan shocked the audience at Newport Festival in 1965.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Morrissey at Glastonbury in 2004, plus My Latest Novel and The Wedding Present in session.
4/6 We hear what happened after Pet Sounds and why the album Smile wasn't released.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Jaws, the best Bond villain ever (aka actor Richard Kiel), chats to Shaun about Bond 50.
Charlie Higson joins Lauren in the studio to talk about his new book The Sacrifice.
Mark and Stuart chat to US pianist, singer and songwriter Tori Amos.
Robin Ince returns for another musical profile and Steve sets up the Rebel Playlist.
Last with him in 2009, Marc welcomes back Barbarossa - aka James Mathe.
The Cardigans in concert, plus sessions from Rock of Travolta and Amadou and Mariam.
Stuart Maconie assesses the impact of the festival headlined by The Who and Jimi Hendrix.
Robin Trower live in London in 1975, plus Echo and The Bunnymen and Mogwai in session.
5/6 Bob finds out about the band changing labels and their relationship with Charles Manson.
Wednesday 26 September 2012