Barry Hogan, founder of All Tomorrow's Parties, joins Stuart.
Featuring Seasick Steve, John Cooper Clarke, Eric Burdon of The Animals and Ian McCulloch.
4/4 Miranda Sawyer presents Six Degrees of Jubilation with Jeremy Deller and Sister Bliss. (R)
Featuring Just Another Dream at Glasgow Barrowlands in 1993.
2/8 Brinsley Ford delves into the heartbeat that has driven Jamaican music for 40 years.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Cody ChesnuTT enters Mary Anne's sonic landscape to answer the question 'what is soul?'.
It's the time of year when there's a buzz in the air - Cerys spins bee-themed records.
Matt Everitt chats to movie director Quentin Tarantino.
Dubstep pioneer Mala joins Huey to talk about his Mala In Cuba project.
Jarvis chats to Johan Kugelberg about his latest book, Enjoy the Experience.
It's a Vampire Weekend playlist with Chris Baoi from the band taking control via Twitter.
Stuart's featured record is The Flying Lizards' debut album.
Paul Smith of Maximo Park steps into Guy's shoes with his own take on the Finest Hour.
The Don's selections include King Tubby, Teleman, Salif Keita and Indians.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Alarm live in 1984, plus 18 Wheeler and Jesca Hoop in session.
3/8 Brinsley Forde looks at how reggae and Jamaican music spread across the globe.
Monday 6 May 2013