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A post-midnight module in left field, weird and experimental music.
Stuart Maconie showcases modern British composers working in classical music and beyond.
US band Grails compile a playlist of dreamy psych and rare European film soundtracks.
Canadian Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq selects an hour of her favourite tunes.
Stuart Maconie presents a special tribute to Can drummer Jaki Liebezeit.
Folk artist Martin Green creates a 60-minute playlist of brass, synths and folk.
American composer, writer, arranger and vocalist Annette Peacock chooses an hour of music.
Greg Anderson from Sunn 0))) and Southern Lord records compiles a 60-minute playlist.
Stuart collates a series of classic records of adventurous music from across the decades.
Stuart collates a playlist celebrating the fusion of eastern and western musical cultures.
Stuart Maconie explores the left field, weird and experimental music of the 1980s.
Stuart presents a playlist of outsider artists - musicians outside the commercial industry
Stuart presents a playlist of the best British folk of the mid-1970s.
Stuart's guest is Peter Broderick, who offers a 60-minute playlist.
Stuart showcases new releases from Let's Eat Grandma, The Lucid Dream and others.
Stuart presents an Ode to Autumn playlist - an audio accompaniment to the changing seasons
Scottish folk musician James Yorkston creates an eclectic mix of overlaid tracks.
Welcome to Stuart's freaky world of prog bangers, space rock and left field disco.
Broadcaster Jez Nelson joins Stuart Maconie and shares some of his current favourites.
Stuart presents a playlist of minimalist composers, including Philip Glass and Steve Reich
Sacred Bones Records curate a 60-minute playlist from their adventurous roster of artists.
Radio 3's Max Reinhardt joins Stuart Maconie to share some a cappella vocal tracks.
Stuart looks at inspirational elder stateswomen composers with journalist Kate Molleson.
Stuart investigates Radiophrenia, an experimental pop-up radio station in Glasgow.
DJ Andy Votel joins Stuart Maconie to deliver a Global Chilli Con Carnival Mix.
Gilles Peterson sits in for Stuart Maconie with a subversive Brazilian psych special.
Dom Thomas compiles a relaxing playlist for sunburned weirdos to enjoy on their holidays.
Stuart acknowledges the power of three with a playlist of the best trios across the board.
Stuart slips on a kaftan and presents a playlist of British psychedelia from 1966 to 1969.
A post-midnight module in left-field, weird and experimental music.