Mark and Stuart's guests are The Blue Nile's Paul Buchanan and Robert Bell.
Mark and Stuart's special guest is comedian, amateur drummer and history buff Al Murray.
Mark and Stuart begin a new week by chatting to Seattle group Band of Horses.
Mark and Stuart end the week with John Shuttleworth.
Mark and Stuart's guest is producer, artist and former Roxy Music keyboardist Brian Eno.
Mark and Stuart's guest is author Roddy Doyle, who talks about his new book Two Pints.
Craig Charles sits in for Mark and Stuart and chats to Joey Negro about his new album.
Craig Charles is joined by soulful singer Alice Russell.
Canadian indie rock group Hooded Fang join Mark and Stuart in MegaCity.
Mark and Stuart's guest is comedian, actor and marathon runner Eddie Izzard.
Mark and Stuart's guest is DJ Danny Rampling.
Mark and Stuart's special guest is Harry Shearer, who talks about his new album.
Mark and Stuart are reunited and the show features comedian Harry Hill.
Intelligent music, conversation and a variety of guests every weekday afternoon.
Stuart chats to poet, playwright, novelist and show regular Simon Armitage.
Stuart Maconie is live from MegaCity and chatting to New York band The Walkmen.
Stuart chats to comedian Lee Hurst about his first tour in ten years.
Stuart chats to singer-songwriter John Grant.
Stuart finishes the week chatting to Charlie Brooker and Vic Reeves (aka actor Jim Moir).
Stuart flies solo and is joined by English folk group The Unthanks.
Stuart flies solo and is joined by 1980s icon Adam Ant.
Comedian Mark Steel joins Stuart.
Stuart flies solo and is joined by Sparks.
Supergrass star and solo artist Gaz Coombes and singer Claudia Brucken are the guests.
Brooklyn-based band Grizzly Bear pop in for a mid-tour chat.
It's a midweek double-bill with actress Maxine Peake and musicologist Sid Griffin.
Mark and Stuart are live from MegaCity with wonderful music.
Mark and Stuart are joined by journalist and author Will Self.
Mark and Stuart chat to John Foxx, formerly of Ultravox.