Late-night music and conversation.
Glasgow rock band Gun have reformed and play live for Bob.
New releases and reissues in the Listening Booth and anniversary music in Rock Date Diary.
Bob hosts Judith Owen performing with Leland Sklar and Russ Kunkel.
Bob hosts a session from Joy Williams, who also discusses the break-up of the Civil Wars.
Bob talks to Karen, Lorna and Joleen McLaughlin about their work as the Henry Girls.
Bob hosts a session from Ben Glover.
Bob features new releases, reissues and anniversary music.
Mark E Nevin plays live and talks about his life before and after writing Perfect.
Bob is joined by Steve Pilkington of the Classic Rock Society.
Bernie Marsden comes in to play some Whitesnake classics and new blues numbers live.
Bob features new releases and reissues, plus anniversary music from the Rock Date Diary.
Dorset-based husband-and-wife harmony driven alt-pop duo the Gravity Drive play live.
Mick Houghton discusses I've Always Kept a Unicorn: The Biography of Sandy Denny.
Bob presents a session from Mississippi Delta singer-songwriter Bronwynne Brent.
Bob features new releases and reissues, plus anniversary music.
Montreal-based folk group the Barr Brothers talk about and play from their second album.
More new releases and classic reissues in the Listening Booth.
British blues performer Joanne Shaw Taylor plays and discusses her Memphis-recorded album.
Bob looks through his Rock Date Diary for anniversary music.
English country-folk collective Police Dog Hogan play tracks from their LP Westward Ho!
Bob Harris hosts a session from quintet Blackberry Smoke.
Gideon Coe sits in for Bob Harris and is joined by songwriter Ned Roberts.
Gideon Coe sits in for Bob with Boo Hewerdine in session and looking back over his career.
Bob Harris hosts a session from Seth Lakeman, who performs tracks from Word of Mouth.
Bob Harris hosts a session from Nashville singer-songwriter Brigitte DeMeyer.
Bob picks his favourite live sessions and album tracks from 2014.
Bob Harris returns with Christmas treats.