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Lammo looks ahead to the Roundtable.
Steve welcome's his New Favourite Band into the studio.
Chris and Dom from Muse join Lammo to talk about their Classic album Origin of Symmetry.
Lammo chats to Noel Gallagher live on the phone about his new solo record.
Get ready for the weekend with your Friday Free For All suggestions.
Steve is joined live in the studio by his New Favourite Band, Skint and Demoralised.
Lammo is joined by Phil and Paul Hartnoll, aka Orbital.
Lammo kicks off the week by unveiling the Rebel Playlist winner.
Steve is joined live in the studio by Lucy Rose, his New Favourite Band.
Lammo is joined by Pete Shelley and Steve Diggle from the Buzzcocks.
Steve welcomes his New Favourite Band, This Many Boyfriends, into the studio.
Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne joins Steve to talk about making The Soft Bulletin.
Steve Lamacq kicks off the weekend with the Friday Free For All suggestions.
Leeds four-piece Alt-J are in session from the BBC's Maida Vale studios.
Comedy genius Robin Ince joins Lammo for another musical profile.
Lammo begins the week with the announcement of the Rebel Playlist winner.
Steve Lamacq gets the weekend started with your suggestions for the Friday Free For All.
Thursday means group of Roundtable guests, including NME editor Krissi Murison.
We welcome Steve's New Favourite Band, Town, into the studio.
Robin Ince is in the studio to sketch out another listener's musical profile.
Steve kicks off the week by unveiling the Rebel Playlist winner.
Lammo wraps up Classical Music week, joined again by his Radio 3 mentor Tom Service.