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Tom Robinson chats to Derry singer-songwriter Soak, aka Bridie Monds-Watson.
Tom Robinson talks to Irish folk-rock singer Luka Bloom about his new album and tour.
Matt Black from Coldcut curates the After-Hour in the final hour of the show.
Tom talks to Jack and George of London-based art-rock trio These New Puritans.
Tom chats to Yorkshire folk duo O'Hooley & Tidow about their third album, The Hum.
Tom chats to enigmatic Dexys frontman Kevin Rowland.
Tom Robinson chats to William Doyle, aka electronic musician East India Youth.
Tom chats to Wolverhampton singer-songwriter Scott Matthews.
Tom Robinson talks to Swiss musician, conceptual artist and industrialist Dieter Meier.
Tom Robinson has a BBC Introducing session from Northern Irish act Best Boy Grip.
Tom chats to music industry manager Simon Napier-Bell.
Tom Robinson has a session and interview with experimental New York three-piece Liars.
Tom Robinson has a BBC Introducing session from London-based folk septet Mishaped Pearls.
Tom chats to various acts live from the Green Man Festival in South Wales.
Tom chats to Matt Johnson of The The about the band's 1983 debut album Soul Mining.
London-based artist Imogen Heap performs a live session and chats to Tom.
Tom talks to American musician Conor Oberst, best known as the frontman of Bright Eyes.
Tom is joined by folk-rock musician Richard Thompson for live music and conversation.
Tom chats to Anton Newcombe, frontman of notorious act The Brian Jonestown Massacre.
Tom presents highlights of the BBC Introducing Stage from this year's Glastonbury festival
Tom has a BBC Introducing session from Bridie Jackson and The Arbour.
Tom chats to American singer-songwriter and producer Joe Henry.
Professor Singleton Purblind from The Gaslight Troubadours joins Tom to talk steampunk.
Tom chats to Canadian singer and composer Owen Pallett.
Tom chats to Scottish singer-songwriter Roddy Frame, formerly of Aztec Camera.
Tom has a BBC Introducing session from London five-piece The Savage Nomads.
Tom chats with London singer Ed Harcourt, who recently released the mini-LP Time of Dust.
Tom chats to Mark Williamson of Spotify about artist payments and reaching new audiences.
Tom presents his unique mix of music including BBC Introducing tracks.
Simon Deacon from Goldsmiths University music department curates the After Hour.