A selection of records that are definitely not by the Italian prog-funk group Goblin.
The 6 Music Prom, Public Service Broadcasting, Sykur and Bob Geldof's Sunday Service.
The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne explores the band's 30-year musical history in 60 minutes. (R)
Beth Jeans Houghton in London in 2012, plus sessions from Ween, Cat Power and The Members.
Actress Pam Grier continues the story of funk music.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Mary Anne invites her comedy heroes Jason Sudeikis and Shaun Keaveny onto the show.
Cerys has a very special announcement regarding The Clash, one that fans should not miss.
Electronic music pioneer Gary Numan presents an hour of his favourite music.
Get down with your boy from NYC. Huey has three hours a week and he is making them count.
Tom Ravenscroft lends his unique musical ear to the Sunday Service for one week only.
Tom Robinson invites listeners to collaborate on a Clash-inspired playlist.
Anna Meredith chats to Stuart about her new EP Jet Black Raider.
Guy returns with a show inspired by the sea and all things nautical.
This week including Trombone Shorty, The Tamlins, Tamikrest and Black Canvas.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Gentle Giant in London in 1978, plus BBC sessions from Tindersticks and Euros Childs.
Pam Grier concludes with a look at how the scene began its inevitable decline.
Monday 19 August 2013