6/7 Martin Fry explores how by the mid-1980s the New Romantic movement was beginning to wane.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Steve Winwood in Manchester from 1997, plus Beth Rowley and Max Merritt and The Meteors.
Susan Sarandon explores the career-defining moments John Lennon experienced in New York.
The Hawk launches the brand new Wednesday feature Pet Sounds.
Brian Cox, the man who single-handedly made science cool, is back for his weekly slot!
Lauren sets up the week's Peoples' Playlist and offers you free music with MPFree.
It's a midweek double-bill with actress Maxine Peake and musicologist Sid Griffin.
Wednesday sees Steve joined by his New Favourite Band.
Marc has the joyous sonic melting pot that is Micachu and The Shapes in the studio.
Doves in concert, plus sessions from The Members, Wave Pictures and others.
7/7 Martin Fry examines the lasting influence of the New Romantic period.
The Rezillos in London from 2006, plus The Fall and The TV Personalities in session.
1/3 John Peel's profile of record producer and Atlantic Records executive Jerry Wexler.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Thursday 18 October 2012