Mark and Stuart are joined by 'voice of The Chain', broadcaster Gordon Burns.
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Mark and Stuart talk to Holly Johnson of Frankie Goes to Hollywood fame.
Mark and Stuart are joined by guitarist Johnny Marr.
Poet, bard and friend of the show John Cooper Clarke talks about National Poetry Day.
Metronomy pop into the studio ahead of their Manchester Academy gig.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Word magazine editor and regular contributor Mark Ellen.
With Manic Street Preachers' Nicky Wire and singer-songwriter and producer Todd Rundgren.
Mark and Stuart talk to Throwing Muses' Kristin Hersh.
Comedian Jeremy Hardy talks to Mark and Stuart about his upcoming tour.
Suggs talks about curating the upcoming House of Fun weekender at Butlins Minehead.
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Pink Floyd's Nick Mason chats about the band's reissues.
The Waterboys' Mike Scott talks about his forthcoming album An Appointment with Mr Yeats.
Writer Roy Wilkinson talks about his new British Sea Power biography, Do It For Your Mum.
Mark and Stuart talk to singer-songwriter Imelda May about her latest single Road Runner.
Writer and sixties underground luminary Barry Miles and OMD pop in for a chat.
Mark and Stuart talk to Nick Lowe and Mercury-winner PJ Harvey.
Mark and Stuart talk to 808 State's Graham Massey.
Joan Wasser, aka Joan as Police Woman, drops by for a chat with Mark and Stuart.
Intelligent music, conversation and a variety of guests every weekday afternoon.
Julian Cope pops into the studio to talk about his latest project.
Thin Lizzy's Scott Gorham on the band's upcoming tour and and tracks from their new boxset