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Tom curates an hour of his favourite new music, including Survive, I, a Man and Slothrust.
52/52 Alan Freeman concludes the series by looking at pop music's involvement with global issues
2/2 Neneh Cherry concludes the story of musical pioneer and cultural revolutionary Fela Kuti.
Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames and the Rolling Stones live in London in 1964.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
The Hawk asks what mundane things are niggling you in the Wednesday Whine.
Steve Hicks talks about marking 20 years since the death of his brother, comic Bill Hicks.
Lauren has a live session from Neneh Cherry.
Alison Goldfrapp is Mark and Stuart's guest, chatting about her new album-inspired film.
Steve looks at the Britpop timeline and documents what happened in February 1994.
Marc has a session from Carlisle band The Lucid Dream.
Clinic live in 1999, plus sessions from Diblo Dibala, Aztec Camera and The Mountain Goats.
Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
1/8 Brinsley Ford explores how independence helped shape the form of Jamaican music.
1/2 Craig Charles tells the extraordinary story of George Clinton, Parliament and Funkadelic.
Uriah Heep live in London in 1988, plus Peel sessions from Voodoo Queens and Mikey Dread.
The Hawk has another edition of The Mission, as well as two hours of really great music.
Thursday 27 February 2014