Strange, surprising Sunday evenings, the perfect journey to the Freakier Zone.
Stuart explores Saisonscape and talks to experimental musician Rob St John.
The Freak Zone's highlights of the 6 Music Festival, including Wire and Richard Dawson.
Stuart explores the soundtrack to new Peter Strickland film The Duke of Burgundy.
Eric Chenaux talks about his woozy psychedelic ballads and inimitable guitar playing.
Jan St Werner from Mouse on Mars chats about his new album and live event, Miscontinuum.
Stuart chats to Ben Chasny from Six Organs of Admittance about new album Hexadic.
Mute Records founder Daniel Miller sits in for Stuart Maconie on the Freak Zone.
Stewart Lee sits in for Stuart Maconie and plays some of his favourite left-field music.
Stuart looks at upcoming music and events in 2015 and chats to Sara Lowes about her album.
Stuart revisits his favourite moments from the Freak Zone in 2014.
Klara Lewis chats to Stuart about her MSUIC EP created from processing everyday sounds.
Stuart chats to solo artist Chris Reeves about his super-charged angular electronic music.
Robert Wyatt and his wife Alfie Benge talk about their creative partnership.
Author Peter Bebergal talks about his book Season of the Witch: How the Occult Saved Rock.
Patrolling space ships and ancient alien life feature in Stuart's science fiction special.
Stuart raids the music room of Manchester Central Library.
Chris Cutler from Henry Cow talks about reforming the band in memory of Lindsay Cooper.
Canadian sound artist Tim Hecker joins Stuart ahead of his UK tour to chat about his music
Stuart talks to Scott Walker about his new collaboration with drone experts Sunn O))).
Stuart chats to Tyneside troubadour Richard Dawson about his new album.
Stuart chats to Mark Stewart and Gareth Sager from the Pop Group about their upcoming tour
Stuart is joined by singer Vashti Bunyan, who talks about her new record.
Stuart chats to Alex Moskos and Nate Young about their debut album with Dan'l Boone.
Ben Shemie from Montreal band Suuns chats to Stuart about headlining Liverpool Psych Fest.
Stuart hears from Festival Number 6, where Laetitia Sadier chats to Andy Votel.
Bristol-based producer Vessel chats about his hotly-tipped second album Punish, Honey.
Stuart Maconie's featured album is Ornette Coleman's The Shape of Jazz to Come.
Geoff Barrow from Portishead sits in for Stuart Maconie and plays left-field music.
Harvey Milk bassist Stephen Tanner talks to Stuart about his new solo record.