Nemone plays new and old skool dance, plus Miss Kittin picks the tunes in An Evening With.
Chris Hawkins presents Garbage at Leeds Metropolitan University in 1996.
The Georgia Satellites live in London in 1988, plus Roy Harper and Lil Gizelle in session.
1/2 John Sebastian explores the creative influence of Greenwich Village in New York.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins with a great mix of music for the weekend.
Katie Puckrik sits in for Mary Anne Hobbs with Jeremy Deller in the Three Minute Epiphany.
Tom is joined by Nick Duncalf and Matt Everitt to discuss rockumentary Springsteen and I.
Liz chats to Clem Burke and James Stevenson from The International Swingers.
Gilles is joined in the studio by Matthew Herbert.
Martha Reeves (without her Vandellas) calls in ahead of her UK mini-tour.
Tom talks to musician, producer and composer Nitin Sawhney about his career to date.
Marcus O'Dair talks to Stuart about how the legacy of The Incredible String Band lives on.
Highlights of the week, including Johnny Marr, Young Fathers, Graveola and Robert Webb.
Foals present an hour of music choices ahead of their appearance at the Latitude festival. (R)
Toploader at Glastonbury 2000, plus BBC sessions from the The Jam and Horace Andy.
2/2 John Sebastian continues his journey through the musical history of Greenwich Village.
Sunday 28 July 2013