Graham Massey talks about the obscure world of Japanese-influenced Hawaiian music.
Wire magazine's Anne Hilde Neset presents the music of versatile composer Jim O'Rourke.
Professor J Spear talks about Mute records and early 1980s electronic music.
On the menu, psychedelic Indian-inspired British folk from the 1970s... yum!
From sexy and sinister to Carry On Screaming, Jonny Trunk explores horror film music.
Stuart presents a menage a trois with Andy Votel and the music of French eroticism.
A 60-minute compendium of audio gloop hosted by King of Freaks, Stuart Maconie.
Stuart Maconie continues 6 Music's Pink Floyd evening with a look at Ummagumma.
Grrr those pesky kids! Paddy Steer talks to Stuart about music made by children.
Music journalist Marcus O'Dair plays a selection of wonderfully bizarre cover versions.
Lee Janda presents a study of music post-Tropicalia.
Jonny Trunk explains that there's more to surf music than the Beach Boys.
The greatest musical failures in the history of recorded chorus and verse.
Featuring Justin Spear's module on library music.
Andy Votel continues the exoticism with the best from the musical ladies of Turkey.
Stuart's pal, the wonderful Mandy Wigby, pops in to chat about sci-fi movie scores.
What's the best instrument ever? Nope, you're wrong. It's the theremin, of course.
Stuart invites Professor Justin Spear in to tell us why he loves British psychedelic jazz.
King of Freaks, Stuart Maconie, is joined by weird music aficionado Jonny Trunk.
Stuart welcomes journalist Marcus O'Dair in to talk about homemade instruments.
Stuart welcomes Mandy Wigby back into his Freakier bosom.
Stuart's guest is Manchester techno pioneer Graham Massey.
Stuart's guest is documentary maker and Cardiff's Real Record Club founder Steve Shepherd.
A condensed hour of freakishly-weird tunes, hosted by King of the Freaks, Stuart Maconie.
Stuart Maconie's guest is musician and musical historian Paddy Steer.
Stuart welcomes Sisters of Transistors' Mandy Wigby to play some spooky tunes. Scary!