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Mark and Stuart are joined by comedian and broadcaster Jeremy Hardy.
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Mark and Stuart are joined by Canadian singer Clare Boucher, aka Grimes.
Actress Jane Horrocks joins Mark and Stuart and Marc Almond pops in with tour news.
Mark and Stuart are reunited in the MegaCity studio.
Join the boys live on stage in the Piazza De Stan Ogden for their One-Date Roadshow!
Mark is joined by Thin Lizzy's Scott Gorham.
Mark chats to Muse bassist Chris Wolstenholme.
Simon Raymonde of Cocteau Twins and Bella Union joins Mark.
Mark presents solo and is joined by comedian and show regular Lucy Porter.
Dave of Ansell Collins fame joins Mark.
Mark wraps up the week by chatting to Guillemots.
Mark chats to Ross Jarman of The Cribs and The Kinks' Ray Davies.
Journalist and broadcaster Sarfraz Manzoor talks to Mark about his Edinburgh show.
Mark is joined by Watford-based folk-rock sisters The Staves.
Mykaell Riley joins Mark as BBC 6 Music Celebrates 50 Years of Jamaican Independence.
Mark Radcliffe rounds off the week with the inimitable John Shuttleworth.
Mark Radcliffe flies solo in MegaCity and chats to Bath-based band The Heavy.
Colin Grant joins Mark as part of BBC 6 Music Celebrates 50 Years of Jamaican Independence
BBC Radio 2 Folk Award-winners The Unthanks drop by to chat to Mark about their new album.
Mark presents solo and begins the week by talking to Mike Scott.
Saint Etienne's Sarah Cracknell and Bob Stanley talk about their new film project.
Stuart's guests are Glaswegian folk rock outfit Trembling Bells.
Stuart chats to Johnny Sharp, author of a book about rock's 'culture of nonsense'.