1/4 How doo-wop began with the emergence of vocal harmony groups such as The Ink Spots.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Graham Paker recorded live in London in 1982, plus Chew Lips and Sun Carriage in session.
The story behind the sessions that Jimi Hendrix recorded for the BBC in the 1960s.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Shaun catches up with Franz Ferdinand and opens the Small Claims Court.
Lauren looks into how music affects your Biorhythms.
Songwriter Norman Blake talks to Mark and Stuart about his new band, The New Mendicants.
Comedian Robin Ince returns as the Musical Profiler.
Marc has a live session from San Francisco band Moon Duo.
The White Stripes at London's Forum from 2001, plus sessions from The Rachels and others.
2/4 With the success of the Ravens and the Orioles, vocal groups became familiar in the charts
The Europeans in Chippenham from 1984, plus sessions from Suns of Arqa and The Carpettes.
Andy Peebles looks back at the many sessions Bowie recorded for the BBC from 1969-1972.
Wednesday 17 July 2013