Lauren Laverne curates an hour of her favourite new releases.
Kate Bush talks to Richard Skinner about her best-selling 1985 album.
1/6 Mark Lamarr presents a series documenting the role of Atlantic Records in soul music.
Featuring Traffic live in 1970, plus Bobby Valentino and the Musicians and Django Django.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins with The Mission and the Tuesday Texter.
Brian Cox joins Shaun to enact a Shakespeare scene for the year's Shakespeare Week.
Lauren has a session from London eight-piece Ibibio Sound Machine.
Comedian Bill Bailey joins Mark and Stuart with news of his latest adventures.
Nemone sits in for Steve Lamacq in is joined by Robin Ince as the Musical Profiler.
Marc has a live session from Young Knives, plus more from Rob Hughes.
Loudon Wainwright live in 1976, plus The Monochrome Set and These New Puritans.
Tom curates an hour of his favourite new music, including Notwist, Neneh Cherry and Yuck.
Join Roger Scott and his guest The Edge as they look at U2's 1989 album The Joshua Tree.
2/6 Mark Lamarr presents a series documenting the role of Atlantic Records in soul music.
Faithless live in 2002, plus James King and the Lone Wolves and Chapman Whitney.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins with The Mission, plus her Big Question.
Wednesday 19 March 2014