Strange, surprising Sunday evenings, the perfect journey to the Freakier Zone.
Stephen O'Malley sits in for Stuart Maconie and embarks on a 120-minute sonic adventure.
Stuart chats to Norwegian psychedelic prog-rock exponents Motorpsycho.
Stuart finds out about missing Coil album Backwards, original intended for release in 1995
Battles talk about their new album and coping with the departure of singer Tyondai Braxton
Stuart presents live music from the Tusk Festival, a showcase of international artists.
Laurie Anderson joins Stuart to talk about her new film Heart of a Dog.
One half of F-Buttons, Benjamin John Power, talks Blanck Mass, his solo project.
Pere Ubu frontman David Thomas joins Stuart to talk about midwestern groove rock.
Deerhoof's Greg Saunier defends creativity in pop music.
Stuart has live music from HMS Morris and Let's Eat Grandma from Festival Number 6.
Stuart chats about prog rock with Steven Wilson from Porcupine Tree.
Stuart looks back on the relationship between Andy Warhol and the Velvet Underground.
Stuart's featured album is David Byrne and Brian Eno's My Life in the Bush of Ghosts.
Stewart Lee sits in for Stuart Maconie and presents an Edinburgh Fringe-themed special.
Stuart chats to the organisers of experimental art and music festival Supernormal.
Ambient duo A Winged Victory for the Sullen talk about performing at the 6 Music Prom.
Chelsea Wolfe chats about her dynamic new album of sultry vocals, sludge metal and drone.
Stuart features Japanese avant-rockers Boris and their celebrated album Akuma No Uta.
Stuart is joined by director Peter Strickland, who talks about music and his films.
Joachim Irmler from Faust and drummer Jaki Liebezeit from Can chat to Stuart Maconie.
Elizabeth Bernholz, aka Gazelle Twin, talks about her new record, Unflesh.
Stuart finds out about Doug Aitken's Station to Station.
Stuart hears about The Dark Outside FM, a station broadcasting previously unheard music.
Stuart talks to Lars Horntveth from Jaga Jazzist about their new album, Starfire.
Dutch Uncles' Robin Richards talks about his soundtrack to 1928 silent film Lonesome.
Christian and Stella Vander from French progressive band Magma chat to Stuart.
Wire magazine editor Tony Herrington talks about a book based on the Epiphanies column.
Stuart finds out about WFMU, an independent free-form radio station in New Jersey.
Martin Gore from Depeche Mode chats about his new solo electronic instrumental album.