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 plays funk and soul sounds.
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.
Craig Charles heads back to 1988 for the Funk and Soul Years.
UK DJ and producer Sam Redmore stops by to show off his new project.
Craig Charles presents a 30-minute Independence Day Trunk of Funk Mix.
DJ and producer Rory Hoy brings a 30-minute Trunk of Funk mix.
Craig plays live music recorded in Liverpool for BBC Music Day.
Craig Charles returns to Liverpool for a night of live music as part of BBC Music Day.
Craig Charles has a session from Cymande, a British funk group that formed in the 1970s.
Craig Charles goes back to 1981 in the Funk and Soul Years.
Candi Staton checks in ahead of her UK tour, plus Craig heads back to 1979.
Craig Charles's tribute to soul singer Ben E King, following the news of his death.
Craig goes back to 1977 in The Funk and Soul Years, featuring Stevie Wonder and Roy Ayers.
Craig Charles pays tribute to US soul singer Percy Sledge, who died recently.
Craig Charles goes back to 1975 in The Funk and Soul Years.
Craig Charles is joined by American singer Gloria Gaynor.
Craig Charles is joined by Martha Reeves of Motown girl group Martha and the Vandellas.
Craig takes listeners back to 1972, featuring the Bar-Kays, Candi Staton and Spinners.
Craig Charles's guest is Carleen Anderson, who talks about her new projects.