A music review show looking at the latest releases.
31/52 Alan Freeman celebrates the 'new breed' of independent labels in Britain from 1976 to 1981
2/2 Candi Staton recalls the 1979 anti-disco protest led by a local Chicago DJ.
Electric Six at Glastonbury 2003, plus BBC sessions from I'm So Hollow and Dressy Bessy.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Adam Hills joins Shaun to chat about the return of The Last Leg.
Lauren sets the theme to the week's People's Playlist.
Synthpop-meister Marc Almond pops in to tell Mark about his new EP.
The Heartbreaks, Steve's Favourite New Band, are in The Hub for a session.
Marc plays classic and cutting-edge tracks.
Fleetwood Mac in concert, plus sessions from Subway Sect, Jonathan Wilson and Grinderman.
Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
32/52 Alan Freeman celebrates James Brown and the funkiest music ever recorded.
1/2 Pete Mitchell tells the remarkable tale of Northern Soul star Dean Parrish.
Wildlife recorded live in London in 1980, plus Amon Duul II and School of Language.
Thursday 6 February 2014