Liz Kershaw chats to Graham Parker about his new album with Graham Parker and the Rumour.
Liz Kershaw chats to bassist Jah Wobble about the release of his retrospective collection.
A Legend in Your Lunchtime, themed suggestions and a listener's All Killer No Filler album
Liz Kershaw chats to Simon Donald, co-founder and former co-editor of comic magazine Viz.
Liz Kershaw chats to singer Roisin Murphy ahead of the release of her album Hairless Toys.
Liz Kershaw chats to twins Jez and Andy Williams of Black Rivers, previously of Doves.
Liz Kershaw chats to singer Tom Williams about his new solo album, New Guitar.
Liz chats to musician, author, musicologist, antiquary and social commentator Julian Cop.
Liz Kershaw chats to singer, guitarist and presenter Brix Smith Start.
Liz chats to David Graham, the voice of Parker from Thunderbirds.
Liz Kershaw chats to iconic singer-songwriter and musician Bryan Ferry.
Amy Lamé sits in for Liz Kershaw to share some treasured tunes.
Soft Cell frontman Marc Almond joins Liz to discuss his new album, The Velvet Trail.
Liz Kershaw chats to Rod Jones, guitarist and founder member of Idlewild.
It's Valentine's Day and Liz plays songs about peace, understanding and love for mankind.
Liz celebrates the seventieth anniversary of Bob Marley with Brinsley Forde.
Liz chats to Hayden, frontman with Kendal four-piece Wild Beasts.
Liz chats to Mike Scott of the Waterboys, about the band's new album, Modern Blues.
Liz chats to Kent duo Slaves.
Liz chats to Doves frontman Jimi Goodwin, who released his solo album Odludek in 2014.
Liz Kershaw chats to American rock musician Nils Lofgren.
Liz presents a Best of Legends show featuring Matt Johnson, Tony Visconti and Billy Bragg.
Katie Puckrik sits in for Liz Kershaw and shares musical gems on the theme of the solstice
Stiff Records favourite Wreckless Eric joins Liz for a chat.
Liz chats to Tim Wheeler of Ash ahead of the release his debut solo album, Lost Domain.
Liz chats to Jake Burns, founder member and frontman of Stiff Little Fingers.
Liz chats to Martyn Ware and Glenn Gregory of Heaven 17.
Liz chats to Richard Balls, author of a new book about music label Stiff Records.
Liz replays her interview with Storm Thorgerson, who created artwork for Pink Floyd.
Liz is joined by Carl from reformed Leeds indie-rock band Cud.