Shaun is joined by impressionist Alistair McGowan.
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Shaun is joined by the stars of Michael Cera's new film Paper Hearts.
Bad Lieutenant drop in and there's an exclusive play of Them Crooked Vultures' new single.
Shaun has an exclusive interview with Amy Winehouse and all the Q Awards gossip.
Hear what happened when Westlife got rid of their stools.
Johnny Marr from The Cribs is on the phone from Japan to update their Tour Diary.
Shaun settles the North-South battle once and for all with writer Martin Wainwright.
Shaun is joined by film producer Micheal Deeley.
How Not To Live Your Life's Dan Clark joins Shaun for some breakfast.
Shaun chats with the nicest man in blues - Seasick Steve.
Shaun catches up with Jeff Forshaw and a brass band playing rock covers invade the studio.
Shaun's show is influenced by the decade that gave us Britpop, Britney and Menswear.
Shaun explores Terry Gilliam's new film by talking to the director.
Shaun talks to comedian Jo Brand and gets advice on running a pub from Al Murray.
Featuring an exclusive play of the new Michael Jackson track.
Three hours of Northern wit and wisdom, plus The Cribs begin their tour diary for Shaun.
Shaun is joined by Matt Everitt for an irreverent take on the day's music news.
Shaun is joined by director Shane Meadows, who talks about his new film.
Three hours of Northern wit and wisdom, plus Shaun is joined by Maxine Peake.
Shaun is joined by actor and singer Alan Fletcher and comedian Dara O Briain.
Join Shaun for a better, more substantial breakfast.
Shaun is joined by comedian Sean Lock and Matt Everitt has the day's music news.