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Dutch filmmaker Eve Wood chats to Jo about her new film.
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New Zealand's The Phoenix Foundation drop by for a chat about their new album Buffalo.
In the final part of the interview, Mark asks Kate about her future plans.
Kate Bush discusses the importance of technology to her personal and working life.
Mark gets to quiz Kate Bush about The Sensual World album.
Mark discusses The Red Shoes album with Kate Bush.
Mark talks to Kate Bush to mark the release of her new album The Director's Cut.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Sid Griffin, who talks about his new Bob Dylan book.
Mercury Rev's Grasshopper talks about the reissue of Deserter's Songs and upcoming tour.
OMD's Andy and Paul pop into the studio for a chat.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Kent Crowley, who talks about his book on surf music.
Belle And Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch talks about their upcoming gigs.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Alela Diane.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Word magazine's Mark Ellen.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Gruff Rhys, who talks about his latest single.
Fyfe Dangerfield of Guillemots fame chats about their new album Walk the River.
Howling Bells pop in for a chat.
Californian group Young The Giant pop by the studio for a mid-tour chat.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Faris Badwan and Rachel Zeffira.
Charlie Fink, from Noah and The Whale, who chats to Stuart about their new single.
Stuart Maconie presents solo and chats to ex-Libertines balladeer Carl Barat.
Stuart Maconie presents solo and he's joined by Anna Calvi.