Lauren Laverne curates an hour of her favourite new releases.
4/6 Bob Harris explores what happened after Pet Sounds and why Smile was not released.
1/4 The story of doo-wop, beginning with the emergence of vocal harmony groups.
The Damned in London in 1977, plus sessions from The Young Knives and Loop.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
The Hawk has another edition of The Mission. And what will be Tuesday's Texter?
Irreverent music-lover Shaun serves up music, features and entertainment.
Nemone sits in for Lauren Laverne with a live session from Amazing Snakeheads.
Mark presents the show solo and is joined by comedian David Baddiel.
Steve plays new music and classic tracks.
Marc has a session from Manchester band Pins.
Hugh Masekela live in 1985, plus Galaxie 500, The Walkmen, Joy Division and John Martyn.
Tom curates an hour of his favourite new music.
5/6 Bob Harris finds out about the band's change of labels and the way their music developed.
2/4 Ronnie Spector tells how groups like The Ravens and The Orioles became familiar names.
Kerbdog at the Plymouth Pavillion in 1993, plus BBC sessions from Spirea X and Tiger.
The Hawk asks what mundane things are niggling you in the Wednesday Whine.
Wednesday 23 April 2014