Craig Charles plays funk and soul sounds.
Craig pays tribute to Maurice White from Earth, Wind & Fire, who passed away recently.
Craig launches his new feature, the Funk Family Tree.
Craig Charles talks to Paul Trynka, author of David Bowie biography Starman.
Craig Charles has a live session and interview with Brian Auger.
Craig Charles takes a look ahead at what the big funk and soul tunes will be in 2016.
There ain't no party like a Craig Charles NYE house party.
Craig Charles spins 50 songs spanning five decades.
Craig takes listeners back through the biggest tunes of 2015.
Craig Charles plays funk and souls sounds and chats to Lance Ferguson from the Bamboos.
Craig Charles is joined by American funk and jazz star Lonnie Liston Smith.
Craig Charles presents the best of the Funk and Soul Sessions from 2015.
Craig Charles has a 30-minute Trunk of Funk mix put together by the Allergies.
Craig Charles has a session from the Hot 8 Brass Band from New Orleans.
Craig celebrates the fortieth anniversary of Ace Records with founder member Dean Rudland.
Craig Charles has a session from American psychedelic soul group the Monophonics.
Craig Charles is joined by saxophonist Maceo Parker.
Craig's show is an All-Request Special as he opens up the playlist to his listeners.
Craig Charles is joined by Mary Wilson of American singing group the Supremes.
Craig Charles has a session from London-based soul collective the Ephemerals.
Craig Charles catches up with American doo-wop and R&B vocal group the Drifters.
Craig invites Juliette Ashby and her band into the studio for a session.
Craig Charles is joined by James Junior, who is working with funk band Speedometer.
Craig Charles has a session from funk, hip-hop and jazz outfit Renegade Brass Band.
Craig Charles heads back to 1990 in the Funk and Soul Years.
Craig Charles heads back to 1989 in the Funk and Soul Years.