A Legend in Your Lunchtime, themed suggestions and an All Killer No Filler album.
Liz Kershaw chats to British musician Graham Nash about his career.
Liz chats to Akil from LA hip-hop act Jurassic 5 about the band and their philisophy.
Liz chats to Ranking Roger from the Beat, who are releasing their first album in 34 years.
Liz chats to Portland, Oregon act the Dandy Warhols about their album Distortland.
Liz Kershaw plays live music recorded at Glastonbury, including James, Savages and ZZ Top.
Liz Kershaw chats to author Stuart Cosgrove about his history of northern soul.
Liz presents a special Bruce Springsteen show, featuring archive interviews.
Liz Kershaw chats to Mele Mel and Scorpio from Grandmaster's Furious Five.
Liz Kershaw chats to English musician and songwriter Barry Adamson.
Liz chats to Midge Ure and Rusty Egan formerly of 70s new wave act Rich Kids.
Liz chats to Alan Rankine of The Associates about the re-issue of their original albums.
Liz chats to cult Californian garage rock and power pop pioneers the Flamin' Groovies.
Liz chats to German-born British pop and folk singer-songwriter Tanita Tikaram.
Liz Kershaw chats to Steve Harley and Lisa Ronson ahead of the Rock for Ronson event.
Liz chats about the 1950s with fashion designer and entrepreneur Wayne Hemingway.
Liz chats to Belfast duo Exmagician about their recently released debut album.
Liz Kershaw has an interview with Fat White Family as well as plenty of Easter tunes.
Vangoffey is the Legend in Your Lunchtime, plus All Killer No Filler with the High.
Liz Kershaw chats to Sid Griffin, frontman with the Long Ryders.
Liz chats to Andy Bell of Erasure about his new musical, Torsten the Beautiful Libertine.
Liz Kershaw chats to former Transvision Vamp singer Wendy James about her new album.
Liz chats to English musician and singer-songwriter Joe Jackson.
Liz chats to Crispian and Paul from Kula Shaker, who recently released the album K 2.0.
Liz Kershaw chats to Duke Fakir, the only surviving original member of the Four Tops.
Liz pays tribute to David Bowie with clips from guests such as Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti.
Liz chats to Gary and Eddie from Liverpool act China Crisis.
Liz presents a best of the guests show, including Donovan, Slaves and Julian Cope.