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Bob features the cream of new releases and reissues and anniversary music.
Dodgy return to the studio to talk about their fifth album What Are We Fighting For.
Bob features his choice for 2015's special BBC Introducing night, Dan Bettridge in session
Madeleine Peyroux plays live and discusses her new album Secular Hymns.
Bob features the best of the releases, live sessions and interviews from 2016.
As usual for this time of year Bob digs out some seasonal favourites.
One of Bob's favourite bands perform an atmospheric session and talk about their new album
Joan Armatrading talks about her recent world tour and songs for The Tempest.
Webb Wilder performs live and talks about his journey from rural Mississippi to Nashville.
Paul Sexton sits in with Sarah Jarosz in session.
Deacon Blue play live tracks from their new album and Nick Seymour talks Crowded House.
Paul features new releases, reissues and anniversaries and talks to Andy Partridge of XTC.
The Avett Brothers look back over their previous meetings with Bob and play live.
Canada's Monster Truck are in session and talk about their new album Sittin' Heavy.
Giles Martin talks about his groundbreaking work on The Beatles Live album and film.
Bob welcomes Gary Louris and the Jayhawks to play live and talk about their career.
Paul Sexton sits in for Bob Harris.
Bob hosts a session from singer-songwriter and producer Anna Krantz.
Bob features new releases and reissues, plus anniversary music from the Rock Date Diary.
Rod Picott plays live and talks about his recent album Fortune.