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Norman Cook picks a trio of tunes for Nemone to soundtrack his perfect night.
Chris Hawkins presents Crawler at the University of London in 1978.
Eric Clapton live in 1986, plus Sam Dees' Beauty and the Beat and The Wedding Present.
1/2 Nina Simone's daughter explores her mother's life and career.
Chris Warburton sits in for Chris Hawkins with a featured album by Shuggie Otis.
Electronic music pioneer, qualified pilot and cult hero Gary Numan joins Mary Anne.
Katie Puckrik sits in for Huey Morgan to get you up and moving.
Liz is joined by former Byrds frontman and guitarist Roger McGuinn.
Gilles speaks to the principle architect of P-funk, George Clinton.
Craig replays his Latitude Festival set, recorded the previous weekend at Henham Park.
Tom talks to American musician Conor Oberst, best known as the frontman of Bright Eyes.
Iconic minimalist composer Steve Reich speaks about his most celebrated compositions.
Featuring Gary Oldman, Sandi Toksvig, Neneh Cherry, Latitude and a session from Teen.
New music in one handy bitesize programme.
Soft Machine at the BBC's Paris Theatre in 1972, plus The Hot Snakes and Ezra Furman.
2/2 Nina Simone's daughter explores her mother's life and career.
Sunday 27 July 2014