3/4 As doo-wop took root, the mainstream music industry moved in for a slice of the action.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Barenaked Ladies at Glastonbury 1999, plus from Jesca Hoop and The High Plane Drifters.
The story of the many live session recordings Marc Bolan and T.Rex made for the BBC.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Kings of Leon talk about their new material, plus Guy Garvey and the Small Claims Court.
Lauren plays out the week's People's Playlist.
Intelligent music, conversation and guests.
Lammo warms up for Roundtable with his usual banging playlist.
Roundtable sees Tom from Teleman, Gideon Coe and comedian Holly Walsh join Steve.
Marc plays classic and cutting-edge tracks.
As the Tour de France reaches a close, Gideon presents a Mod and Cycling special.
4/4 Ronnie Spector looks at why some doo-wop acts didn't reap their deserved rewards.
Lianne La Havas in London from 2012, plus Pink Kross and Orchestre Poly-Rythmo.
Bob Harris tells the story of the live session recordings The Smiths made for the BBC.
Friday 19 July 2013