Stuart takes fans of the Freakzone on a journey into the weird and the wonderful.
Stuart discusses about new experimental music releases with Graham Massey and John Doran.
Stuart celebrates the music of Norwegian producer and electronic artist Helge Sten.
John Doran from the Quietus uncoils the complex history of British avant-garde group Coil.
Stuart is joined by music journalist Marcus O'Dair for a look at electronic math rock.
A frightful mix of spooky sounds presented by the Right Honorable Freak, Stuart Maconie.
Jonny Trunk of Trunk Records joins Stuart to play music inspired by pets and animals.
Stuart celebrates the late composer Steve Martland with his former pupil Joe Duddell.
Stuart looks at the origins of Pere Ubu with film producer Paul Williams.
Stuart is joined by Mojo deputy editor Andrew Male and musician Sara Lowes.
Stuart creates an avant-pop playlist celebrating confrontations with the pop genre.
Bethan Elfyn joins Stuart with the best maverick music makers from across Cymru.
Music writer Rob Young discusses why prog should not be considered a four-letter word.
Stuart creates a playlist of musical art and arty music.
Stuart Maconie and 808 State's Graham Massey look at early use of vocal samples in music.
Fielding Hope joins Stuart to showcase the best new sounds coming out of Scotland.
Stuart defends Lancashire against Yorkshireman Alex Neilson in the War of the Roses.
Stuart focuses on composers with classical roots who work in ambient music.
Stuart winds down to the weekend with a sleep-themed playlist.
Stuart discusses experimental music releases with John Doran and Crispin Parry.
Stuart is joined by sound artist Robin the Fog to talk about the use of foley in music.
Stuart is joined by Fiona Talkington to discuss what makes a great improvising partnership
Stuart looks back on the line-ups at Glastonbury 1970 and 1971.
Daniel P Carter from the Radio 1 Rock Show joins Stuart with his experimental music picks.
Stuart and Andy Votel from Finders Keepers look at Japan's stranger musical exports.
Stuart presents a playlist of pioneering electronic sounds from the 1960s.
Stuart is joined by Jez Nelson, who presents a round-up of the hottest records in jazz.
Stuart looks at the different approaches to writing modern soundtracks for silent films.
Graham Massey shares zeuhl music - a genre created by French progressive band Magma.
Journalist and rock biographer Nina Antonia showcases the stranger side of glam rock.