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Mark and Stuart chat to Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols.
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Mark and Stuart are live from Megacity with banter and magnificent tunes.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Salford-born punk poet John Cooper Clarke.
Mark and Stuart chat to US pianist, singer and songwriter Tori Amos.
Mark and Stuart have a session from English singer-songwriter Beth Jeans Houghton.
Mark and Stuart finish the week by chatting to folktronica artist Beth Orton.
Mark and Stuart's guests are comedian Jason Manford and author Terry Pratchett.
Martin Fry talks about the 30th anniversary of The Lexicon of Love.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess.
Mark chats to electronic pop icons the Pet Shop Boys about their new album.
Mark flies solo from his glamorous studio next to the Manchester Ship Canal.
Mark chats to comedian Ross Noble and musicologist Sid Griffin.
Mark chats to dance act Orbital about Wonky, their first album in eight years.
The Human League drop by the MegaCity studio to chat to Mark ahead of their autumn tour.
Joe from Devon-based band Metronomy drops by the MegaCity studio.
Mark and Stuart present the usual ship canal-based larks.
Music critic Barney Hoskyns talks about Led Zeppelin with Stuart and Mark.
Kindness, aka Adam Bainbridge, drops by to talk about his album.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Scottish musician Edwyn Collins.
Newsnight's Gavin Esler talks to Mark and Stuart about his love of prog rock.