Cluster, Aphex Twin and Spanish Psychedelia all in the zone.
Roll up for Throbbing Gristle, Nigerian Afro-beat and art-rock. It can only be The Zone.
Featuring art-rock in a Slapp Happy style and an archive set care of The Cravats.
Captain Beefheart, Brazilian psychedelia and Martin Carthy. A freaky Sunday is guaranteed.
Featuring pick of the frankly weird pops care of Jack Barnett of These New Puritans.
Stuart brings you a psychedelic Valentine from Love.
A 150-minute trip into the unknown with Stuart.
Featuring Gentle Giant, Pharoah Sanders and Spanish-Christian psychedelia.
Delia Derbyshire's experimental electronica, avant-garde flute fare and Brit-jazz?
Breton Harp, post-punk and German language Beatles covers - it's gotta be The Freak Zone.
Including a featured LP from COB and live material from Sun Ra.
The Children of the Zone take over. Be afraid.
It's 1969 OK, and on the 'Zone there'll be some weirdness from the end of the decade.
It's a kids' music special, because Christmas is all about children, isn't it?
Featuring Gentle Giant in conversation plus a session from the Stu Brown Sextet.
Miles Claret talks Ghanaian blues and there's a session from Bristol's Beak.
Stuart welcomes Alisha Sufit of cult psych-folk act Magic Carpet into the Zone.
Stuart revisits modern jazz sets from Tubby Hayes and Joe Harriott.
Featuring a look at the career of Cornelius Cardew.
Featuring an interview with LA mavericks Sparks and the premier of their radio musical.
Featuring an unearthed set from Black Sabbath originally broadcast in 1970.
Mr Fox seize the Featured Album slot with their eerie Northern folk stylings.
Featuring musician and entrepreneur Jonny Trunk plus The North Sea Radio Orchestra.
Featuring classic modal jazz from John Coltrane.
Featuring Julian Cope's Black Sheep in session at the Maida Vale studios.
Featuring a look at the work of Lloyd Miller and a session from Led Bib.
Featuring Tony Engle of Topic Records discussing the world's oldest record label.
Stuart presents a live set from The Soundcarriers.
Normal service is suspended for a 150-minute trip into the unknown with Stuart.
Featuring Young Marble Giants in conversation and outsider folk care of Ed Askew.