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.
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.
Shaun is after your Earworms, plus he opens up the Small Claims Court.
Nemone sits in for Lauren Laverne and talks to director Lukas Moodysson.
Mark's guest is Stereolab singer and solo artist Laetitia Sadier.
Steve is joined by Glass Animals live in session from Maida Vale.
Marc plays classic and cutting-edge tracks.
Joe Ely live in 1991, plus Buzzcocks, Wolf People, The Ex, Guana Batz and Family Cat.
Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
6/6 Bob Harris concludes his profile of The Beach Boys.
3/4 As doo-wop took root, the mainstream music industry moved in for a slice of the action.
Noah and the Whale at Glastonbury 2009, plus BBC sessions from Artery and Emma Pollock.
The Hawk has another edition of The Mission, as well as two hours of really great music.
Thursday 24 April 2014