The Take It On trainees bin the bottle and investigate the drinking scene.
What do you do if you don't want the life your family want for you? Nihal finds out.
DJ Target asks why grime often gets abandoned once artists start gaining recognition.
Seani B meets young British-Caribbean dads serious about being there for their kids.
DJ Cameo tries to identify the ten tracks which define the history of UK garage.
MistaJam reveals the debts owed by a selection of leading grime artists to their mums!
Adele Roberts looks at what it is like for young people coming out in the UK.
1Xtra's breakfast show host Twin B takes a unique look at a day in the life of Rita Ora.
Poets v rappers - Nihal looks at the battle to decide which form of expression is best!
Robbo Ranx takes a look at Sting - the world's biggest dancehall concert!
1Xtra gives you the lowdown on the UK artists tipped for big things in 2013.
1Xtra breaks down the story so far for Ed Sheeran.
Trevor Nelson looks at how teenagers are challenging football's anti-racism policies.
Nottingham rapper Scorzayzee talks to MistaJam about his battle with schizophrenia.
Toddla T heads out on a musical exploration of Los Angeles.
Does the threat of prison put teenagers off committing crime? Tim Westwood finds out.
1Xtra assesses the legacies of artists who left us too soon.
Gone Too Soon: Series 2 homepage
Can hotshot DJ and producer Plastician hack it as a pro footballer? Twin B finds out!
Charlie Sloth takes a look at the rap scenes in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Another chance to hear 1Xtra's exclusive glimpse behind the scenes of Odd Future.
Charlie Sloth asks if hip hop predicted the 2011 riots?
Music, culture and life.
10 years on from our birth, a look at how 1Xtra has developed over the last decade.
10 years on from its birth, 1Xtra's DNA is revealed.
1Xtra explores the impact Jamaican culture has had here in the UK.
MCs, rappers and poets to use music and rhyme to reflect on the riots of August 2011.
Can music give you the edge and help win that match, race, medal or title?
Twin B examines how gang culture in east London is portrayed in films and on TV.
Tim Westwood meets some of the military wives holding the fort back home in the UK.
BBC 2012 community reporters showcase some of East London's emerging creative talents.