2/2 Craig Charles explores Miles Davis' controversial electric period from 1969-1975.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Racing Cars live in London in 1977, plus sessions from Mumford and Sons and Danielle Dax.
4/5 Stuart Grundy tells the fascinating story of Stevie Wonder.
Including new music by Coves, Mumford and Sons, Public Service Broadcasting and Neon Neon.
Your Middle Age Shout Outs and a poem from Murray Lachlan Young to round off the week.
Lauren Laverne welcomes in the weekend with the Friday Film Club.
Stuart Maconie is joined by PJ Harvey producer John Parish and Goldfrapp's Will Gregory.
Lammo wraps up the week with another Friday Free For All.
Tom has a guest mix from British-Ghanaian artist Larry Achiampong.
Nitin Sawhney takes the 6 Mix on an audio journey.
Stuart presents a selection of records by artists who chose to conceal their identities.
Featuring Nick Cave, Sigur Ros, Phoenix and Hollywood stars Jude Law and Cillian Murphy.
Chris Hawkins presents The Cribs recorded at The Fleece in Bristol in 2007.
JoBoxers live in Aylesbury in 1983, plus James and The Five Blind Boys of Alabama.
5/5 Stuart Grundy tells the fascinating story of Stevie Wonder.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Stereo MC's.
Saturday 9 March 2013