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Guy Garvey's Hottest Hour features Van Morrison and he plays music on an enigmatic theme. (R)
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Splinter live in 1975, plus The Mighty Lemon Drops and Jeffrey Lewis and the Junkyard.
Bruce Dickinson presents a profile of blueman Howlin' Wolf, aka Chester Arthur Burnett.
The Hawk lanches a new feature focusing on US states, called 50 States in 50 Plays.
Guitarist Slash joins Shaun to chat about his new album.
Lauren has the best of the week's new releases in New Music Monday.
Stuart presents solo and chats to musicologist Sid Griffin about his love of Gram Parsons.
Comedian Mark Steel talks about his travels as part of a week looking at British towns.
Marc has a session from Cuz, a collaboration between Sam Dook and Mike Watt.
Oliver Mtukudzi live in 2014, plus Steel Pulse, Aztec Camera and others.
Lauren Laverne curates an hour of her favourite new releases.
Nitin Sawhney explores the work of Qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
1/2 Alexis Petridis tells the story of chillout from Bach, Brian Eno and beyond.
James Taylor in concert at TV Centre, London in 1970, plus The Cuban Boys and Starsailor.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
Another US state features in 50 States in 50 Plays.
Tuesday 29 July 2014