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Tom curates an hour of new music, including Forest, Full Ugly and Douglas Dare.
Robbie Robertson of the Band talks to Roger Scott about their self-titled 1969 album.
2/4 Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.
The Tubes recorded in London in 1981, plus BBC sessions from Yes and Summer Camp.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins and closes the Oasis/Blur debate for good.
Wenesday sees comedian Olivia Lee joining Shaun to chat about her new show, Man Up.
Lauren sets the theme to the week's People's Playlist.
Actress Vicky McClure joins Mark and Stuart to talk about her new film, Svengali.
Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Steve Lamacq and is joined by Brooklyn band The Men.
Mike Joyce, drummer with The Smiths, sits in for Marc Riley.
Tony Joe White live in 1992, plus sessions from The Blue Aeroplanes and Thurston Moore.
Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
Ian Anderson discusses the 1971 Jethro Tull album Aqualung.
3/4 Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.
British Sea Power recorded in 2003, plus the Afro-Cuban Allstars and Mantler.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins solves another of rock's greatest debates.
Thursday 13 March 2014