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Experimental music promoter Lisa Meyer chats to Stuart.
The week's highlights with Jimmy Page, Blondie, Jack White and 6 Music at the Hay Festival
New music in one handy bitesize programme.
Keane at the Eden Project in Cornwall in 2005, plus sessions from Force Fed and Big Deal.
2/6 Alexis Korner takes up the story in January 1964.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by The Lightning Seeds.
Ken Loach joins Mary Anne to discuss dance hall culture and his new film Jimmy's Hall.
Cerys Matthews has a live session from Kent-based band Tom Williams and The Boat.
Seth MacFarlane discusses his influences and picks a selection of his favourite records.
Guy is in Los Angeles, playing music from some of his favourite Los Angelenos.
Alison Goldfrapp takes time out from touring to spin some of her favourite tracks.
Tom Robinson invites listeners to choose two hours of music inspired by South America.
Stuart chats to Norwegian guitarist Hedvig Mollestad about her new instrumental rock album
The Don's Crucial Vinyl is George Harrison's epic 1970 triple album All Things Must Pass.
Guy is in Los Angeles, playing music from some of his favourite Los Angelenos. (R)
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Morning Runner in Leicester in 2006, plus BBC sessions from Back Door and Stars of Heaven.
3/6 The band tour the US and start to acquire their rock 'n' roll reputations.
Another team features in Home Team Glory: 2014 World Cup Special.
Monday 9 June 2014