Cerys is joined by photographer Kevin Cummins, who talks about his new book.
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Alex Heminsley joins Cerys to talk about the week's book releases.
Cerys takes over the lunchtime show on 6 Music.
Cerys is joined by alt-country husband and wife outfit The Handsome Family.
Cerys is joined by Jason Solomons for a look at the latest film releases.
Cerys meets journalist Stevie Chick, author of Pyschic Confusion - The Sonic Youth Story.
Singer-songwriter and former Ash member Charlotte Hatherley joins Cerys.
Cerys is joined by San Franciscan duo Girls, aka Christopher Owens and Chet JR White.
Cerys Matthews takes over the lunchtime show on 6 Music. Penetration play a live session.
Cerys is joined by Kansas singer Piney Gir, who plays tracks from new album The Yearling.
Cerys is joined by writer Iain Banks, who talks about his new novel Transition.
Cerys is joined by Nick Cave, who talks about his new novel The Death of Bunny Munro.
Cerys Matthews takes over the lunchtime show on 6 Music.
Cerys is joined by mesmerising modern folk band Joker's Daughter.
Cerys Matthews reflects the build-up to the Mercury Prize 2009.
Beth Ditto and her band The Gossip join Cerys to chat about their new album Music For Men.
London folk band Mumford And Sons drop in to the 6 Music Hub to play a session for Cerys.
Cerys visits a another location from around the world and examines its musical history.
Cerys picks another classic album you'd want to take to a desert island.