Stuart Maconie looks back on the fateful day in 1970 when the Fab Four split.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Regina Spektor at Truck Festival, plus sessions from Ranking Roger and Minimal Compact.
2/3 John Peel continues his three-part profile of influential record producer Jerry Wexler.
The Hawk chatted to Suede guitarist Richard Oakes and producer Sean McGhee aka Artmagic.
Your Middle Age Shout Outs and a poem from Murray Lachlan Young to round off the week.
Lauren talks to actor Bryan Cranston, aka Walter White in hit American drama Breaking Bad.
Supergrass star and solo artist Gaz Coombes and singer Claudia Brucken are the guests.
Lammo kicks off the weekend in style with the Friday Free For All.
Tom presents his own unique blend of music, unlike anything else on the radio.
Glasgow's Mash takes control of the 6 Mix.
Anne Hilde-Neset joins Stuart with some brand new records from the vibrant city of Oslo.
Featuring Lou Reed, John Cale, Will Self, Molly Ringwald, Maxine Peake and Kevin Rowland.
Chris Hawkins presents Doves recorded at Rock City, Nottingham in 2002.
Pink Floyd live in London in 1970, plus Killing Joke and Cristian Vogel in session.
3/3 John Peel concludes his three-part profile of influential record producer Jerry Wexler.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by Edwyn Collins.
Saturday 20 October 2012