Frontman Danny Todd and drummer Phil Duffy from Belfast band Cashier No 9 join Stuart.
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Stuart talks to Caitlin Moran about her new book, How to Be a Woman.
Pauline Black of The Selecter talks about her new book Black By Design - a two-tone memoir
Alex from Trembling Bells chats to Stuart about their upcoming tour.
Mike Oldfield talks to Stuart about the reissue of Incantations.
Stuart talks to Word magazine writer and journalist, Mark Ellen.
Mark and Stuart chat to Spider Stacey of The Pogues.
Bobby Gillespie talks about the upcoming Primal Scream festival appearances.
Tennis, the band, talk to Mark and Stuart from France where they're currently touring.
Mark and Stuart talk to resident musicologist Sid Griffin.
Miles Hunt of the Wonderstuff chats about the band's July gigs and his project Shared 2.
Mark and Stuart are joined by comedian Ed Byrne, who talks about his upcoming UK tour.
Bjork chats to Elizabeth Alker about her new album, Biophilia.
Robin Turner and Jeff Barrett chat about their new book Caught by the River: On Nature.
Rufus Wainwright talks about his five night residency at the Royal Opera House.
Friday is Joke Day with Mark and Stuart.
Comedian Johnny Vegas pops in to talk about his Manchester International Festival show.
Brian Eno talks about his new album, Drums Between the Bells.
Mark and Stuart are joined by My Morning Jacket's Jim James and Paul Heaton.
Famed Hacienda DJ and all round music bod Dave Haslam pops in to the studio.
Beirut's Zach Condon talks about his new album, The Rip Tide.