1/4 Paolo Hewitt tells the story of The Who.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Train live in London in 2002, plus sessions from Ten Years After and Wolf People.
1/3 Mark Radcliffe looks at the Manchester punk scene and the 1960s beat boom.
The Best Song in the World Ever is back.
Legends Week continues with Johnny Marr dropping into the studio to chat to our Shaun.
Nemone speaks to Lucy Hedges for all the latest technology news in Tech Know How.
Craig Charles sits in for Mark and Stuart and chats to Joey Negro about his new album.
Lammo broadcasts live from Salford's Media City as part of the 2012 Radio Festival.
Pins don't have far to travel, they're only crossing the border from Manchester.
Gideon plays archive sessions and live tracks.
2/4 Paolo Hewitt continues the story of The Who.
Featuring Aerosmith at Donington in 1994, plus Woodpigeon and Luke Sital-Singh in session.
2/3 Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson and focuses on mainstream Manchester acts.
Wednesday 14 November 2012