Nemone plays the best electronic tracks and Bestival's Rob Da Bank picks a trio of tunes.
Another classic performance from the archives.
Ian McCulloch live in Leicester in 2003, plus Ten Years After and The Blue Angels.
1/6 Charlotte Greig looks back to the girl groups of the 50s.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for The Hawk and delivers early morning music and chat.
Katie Puckrik sits in for Mary Anne Hobbs with plenty of tunes to ease you into Saturday.
Edith chats to Summer Camp and the creative duo behind new film The Way Way Back.
Liz chats to Morcheeba ahead of the release of their eighth album, Head Up High.
Gilles is joined by London production duo Mount Kimbie, who perform live from the Hub.
Soul II Soul join Craig to perform tracks from their classic album Club Classics Vol. One.
Tom has a BBC Introducing session from London band Elia and The Low Tears.
Lightning Bolt, No Age and Japanther are just some of the noisy two-pieces featured.
Featuring Trent Reznor, John Foxx, Soul II Soul, DJ Kool Herc, Goldie and Mr Thing.
Debbie Harry, the iconic singer with Blondie, presents an hour of her favourite music. (R)
Nanci Griffith live in Cambridge in 1992, plus The Mighty Lemon Drops and Daisy Chainsaw.
2/6 Charlotte Greig looks back at the groups produced by Phil Spector.
Sunday 1 September 2013