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Stephen Merchant joins Mark in the studio.
Mark presents solo and features rock guitarist and Black Sabbath member Tony Iommi.
Mark presents solo and features an interview with Canadian singer-songwriter Feist.
Mark Radcliffe chats to musician Thomas Dolby.
Whilst Stuart's away, Mark presents solo and chats to resident musicologist Sid Griffin.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Billy Bragg, who talks about his Left Field in Motion tour.
Mark and Stuart talk to Bill Nelson of English prog rock band Be-Bop Deluxe.
Mark and Stuart chat to comedian Mark Thomas.
Singer Tori Amos phones the show, mid-European tour, to chat about her new album.
Mark and Stuart chat to journalist Mark Ellen and The Damned's Captain Sensible.
Slade's Noddy Holder drops by to talk about the reissue of 1973's hit album Sladest.
Summer Camp's Jeremy Walmsley and Elizabeth Sankey come in and say hello.
Featuring Martyn Ware and Glenn Gregory talking about the 30th anniversary of BEF.
Mark Radcliffe talks to comedian Mark Steel about his upcoming tour.
Brett Anderson joins Mark and Stuart while bluesman Seasick Steve calls in mid-tour.
The Jesus and Mary Chain's Jim Reid talks about the band's new series of releases.
Mark and Stuart review Martin Scorsese's film about George Harrison.
Magazine's Howard Devoto and Dave Formula pop by to talk about their new album No Thyself.
Peter Gabriel chats about his new album New Blood.
Ex-Ultravox singer and electronic pioneer John Foxx pops into the studio.