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Stuart Maconie travels to the furthest flung corners of left-field music.
Composer and electronic manipulator Tyondai Braxton chats to Stuart Maconie.
Stuart Maconie talks to composer Laurence Crane about his music.
Stuart Maconie celebrates the late British composer and drummer Basil Kirchin.
Stuart features a chat with Canadian Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq.
Stuart Maconie collates tributes to Can drummer Jaki Liebezeit.
Stuart chats to Portuguese singer Lula Pena about her new album Archivo Pittoresco.
Stuart invites a listener to create the Freak Zone's first Wyrd Dysko.
Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips joins Stuart with his popular guide to unpopular music.
Move over Matt Baker, the Freak Zone brings in the New Year under the theme of #1.
Stuart celebrates 2016 with guests Laura Cannell, Andrew Male and others.
Stuart Maconie's featured album is Third Ear Band's 1969 album Alchemy.
Stuart chats to bass saxophonist Colin Stetson and features Colin Newman's A-Z album.
Stuart talks to Wardruna about their Runaljod trilogy based on the ancient runic alphabet.
Stuart Maconie talks to singer-songwriter Regina Spektor, who is currently on her UK tour.
Peter Broderick talks to Stuart about his peaceful and contemplative music.
Stuart Maconie is joined by music writer and literature buff Andrew Male.
Squarepusher sits in for Stuart and showcases the outer edges of his record collection.
Anna Meredith sits in for Stuart Maconie and presents the Freak Zone.
Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson sits in for Stuart as the BBC's My Generation hits the 1970s.
Blue Note Records president Don Was sits in for Stuart Maconie for one week only.
Stuart chats to American composer Steve Reich, who is celebrating his eightieth birthday.
Stuart is joined by Jenny Hval, who talks blood, vampires and capitalism.
Stuart chats to Peter Hammill from Van der Graaf Generator about their thirteenth album.
Stuart features Meredith Monk's Doleman Music plus a chat with Silver Apples' Simeon Coxe.
Stuart talks to Current 93's David Tibet about his collaboration with Youth.
Stuart is joined by Craig Fortnum from North Sea Radio Orchestra.
Gilles Peterson sits in for Stuart Maconie with a Brazilian Freak Zone special.
Stuart's featured album is This Heat's debut record.
Stuart Maconie celebrates Song Cycle, an often overlooked album by Van Dyke Parks.