Canada's electro ambassador Tiga returns to the 6 Mix. (R)
1/4 Miranda Sawyer explores the gloriously inextricable links between music and emotion. (R)
REM live in 1984, plus BBC sessions from L'Augmentation, Woodbine and Cat Power.
9/11 Stuart Grundy continues the story of the incomparable Motown label.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by The 2 Bears.
Brett Anderson completes Key of Life and 2Pac's hologram creator gives an Epiphany.
Tuba due Ore give us drones, improvisation and minimalism.
2/4 Dr Marcus de Sautoy and Blur's Dave Rowntree discuss calculation and maths in music.
It's definitely spring in Huey's record box - let's hope the Gulf Stream is listening.
Expect tracks from Kurt Vile, Jon Brooks and Bob Dylan in the week's Sunday Service.
Nemone sits in for Tom and plays a listener compiled Queens of the Stone Age playlist.
The Haxan Cloak chats to Stuart about his album of dark and disorientating soundscapes.
Another chance to hear Guy Garvey's last show from the Big Apple.
Culture Clash Radio - The Don's selections cross time, space and genre.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Eddie and The Hot Rods live in 1977, plus Urusei Yatsura and Dream City Film Club.
10/11 Stuart Grundy continues the story of the incomparable Motown label.
The Hawk delivered early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Monday 15 April 2013