2/3 Peter Gabriel discusses his landmark 1986 album So.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
The Chemical Brothers live at Glastonbury 1997, plus Dark Dark Dark and Marine Research.
Andrew Collins explores the persistent subculture of goth music.
Beardyman joins Chris to create a brand new tune from elements of classic tracks.
Shaun is joined by his man in the north, Elbow frontman Guy Garvey.
Lauren has a People's Playlist Halloween special, plus another free download in MPFree.
New Romantic singer-songwriter Boy George on his latest album, This is What I Do.
Lammo warms up for Roundtable and chats with Billy Bragg about writing love songs.
Luke Sital-Singh and Abandoman's Rob Broderick join Steve to review some new releases.
Menace Beach are in session for Marc, all the way from sunny Leeds.
Gideon has a live session from Ben Watt accompanied by Bernard Butler.
3/3 Peter Gabriel discusses his landmark 1986 album So.
Sia live in Leicester from 2004, plus BBC sessions from General Public and Tiny Ruins.
Pete Mitchell tells the story of the unsung new wave guitar hero who played for Magazine.
The Best Song in the World Ever is revealed live on the breakfast show.
Friday 1 November 2013