2/4 Nina Simone's daughter continues to explore her mother's life and career.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Partners In Crime live in 1985, plus sessions from Eek-A-Mouse and The Len Price 3.
51/52 Alan Freeman delves deep into the murky world of the record industry.
Featuring new music by Natalie McCool, Swim Deep, Khushi and Flume/Chet Faker.
Nemone sits in for Shaun Keaveny with music and entertainment.
Free music with MPFree, plus Lauren speaks to the people behind an independent website.
Stuart Maconie chats to journalist David Quantick.
Misty Miller joins Steve as his New Favourite Band.
Brace yourself, Marc has the fantastic Mogwai live in session.
Gideon has a tribute to the late Kevin Ayers - his 1971 concert at the BBC Paris Theatre.
3/4 Nina Simone's daughter continues to explore her mother's life and career.
Lords of the New Church live in 1982, plus sessions from Owen Pallet and Mazes.
52/52 Alan Freeman concludes the series by looking at pop music's involvement with global issues
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Thursday 21 February 2013