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Craig Charles heads back to the 1990s and the days of acid jazz.
Unique Records is the focus of the week's 30-minute Trunk of Funk.
Craig Charles has a session and interview with St Paul and the Broken Bones.
Eddie Piller sits in for Craig Charles to take care of the funk and soul show.
Craig Charles's search for a Steve Wonder interview leads him to talk to Keith Harris OBE.
Craig Charles plays funk and soul sounds. The Trunk of Funk features Brunswick Records.
Craig finds out if Junior Giscombe can help him score an interview with Stevie Wonder.
Craig Charles plays funk and soul sounds.
Craig takes a look at some of the big funk & soul hitters coming out in 2017.
Craig Charles presents his essential New Year's Eve Funk and Soul Show party.
Craig celebrates the life, legacy and music of James Brown, ten years on from his death.
Craig Charles takes a look back at some of the biggest releases from 2016.
Craig Charles has an All-Request Special, opening up the playlist to the 6 Music listeners
Craig Charles has a live session from Copenhagen band D/troit.
Craig Charles dedicates the show to funk and soul artists Sharon Jones and Mose Allison.
Craig Charles shares a 30-minute, non-stop Blue Note Records Trunk of Funk.
Craig Charles catches up with Benjamin Zephaniah as part of #LovetoRead.
Craig Charles has Lady Wray in session, featuring songs from her Queen Alone album.
Craig Charles goes on a mission to get an interview with Stevie Wonder.
Craig Charles heads back to the 1970s as part of the BBC's My Generation season.
Craig Charles takes a look at the pivotal protest songs in funk and soul.
Craig Charles has a 30-minute Tru Thoughts Records Trunk of Funk.
Jalapeno Records provide the week's 30-minute Trunk of Funk Mix.
Craig opens up the playlist to the trusted 6 Music listeners.
In Funk Family Tree Craig links Del La Soul, Bob Dorough, Mel Torme and Ray Charles.
In Funk Family Tree Craig links James & Bobby Purify and 60s Maverick Andre Williams.
Craig Charles takes a look back at the biggest hitters of 2016.
Duke Fakir tells Craig about the competition between Martha Reeves and the Temptations.