Stuart takes fans of the Freakzone on a journey into the weird and the wonderful.
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.
Mojo's Andrew Male joins Stuart with five tracks he originally heard on radio station WFMU
Author and musician Jonathan Coe plays some records which have inspired him.
Stuart discusses experimental and left-field releases with Andy Votel and Jonny Trunk.
Stuart presents a playlist of British comedians and actors in song.
Alex Neilson of Trembling Bells shares records under the loose theme of new British folk.
Supersonic festival director Lisa Meyer presents tracks from artists on the 2015 line-up.
Stuart celebrates the life and work of Daevid Allen with Graham Massey and Andy Votel.
Quietus editor John Doran joins Stuart to unearth music on a subterranean theme.
Julia Dempsey joins Stuart to present a playlist of emerging experimental sonic artists.
Stuart Maconie presents a playlist of live album tracks.
Ian Black from Slug joins Stuart to share some left-field gems from his record collection.
Gilles Peterson takes over the Freakier Zone with a 60-minute mix of left-field grooves.
Radio 3's Nick Luscombe joins Stuart to present a module on modern troubadours.
Stuart presents a selection of songs that tell stories.
Anne Hilde Neset joins Stuart to explore specific compositional systems.
808 State's Graham Massey joins Stuart to share oddities from the world of techno.
Stuart creates a 2015 audio calendar following the seasons with a track for each month.
Stuart hosts a roundtable discussion looking at the latest experimental music releases.
Stuart looks back on his favourite Freakier Zone moments of 2014.
Radio 3's Fiona Talkington joins Stuart with some festive bells and children's games.
Stuart kicks off the longest night of the year with a wintery solstice playlist.
Stuart and biographer Marcus O'Dair look at the many side projects of Robert Wyatt.
Stuart is joined by writer Rob Young to explore music inspired by the occult.
Musician Mandy Wigby talka about independent science fiction films and their soundtracks.
Music journalist Pete Paphides joins Stuart with sounds from the TV music libraries.
Stuart selects some of the less obvious highlights of British prog rock of the 1970s.
Stuart chooses strange music from the second largest country in the world, Canada.