Intelligent music, conversation and guests.
Mark talks to comedian Rob Newman about his New Theory of Revolution tour.
Popular beat combo Public Service Broadcasting join Mark on the show.
Mark talks to Ed from the Ozric Tentacles, plus there is live music from the Quays Quartet
Former Bottom and Young Ones star Adrian Edmondson joins Mark in the studio.
Will Gregory of Goldfrapp talks to Mark about how classical music has shaped his career.
Mark Radcliffe with some pleasing music and intermittent chat.
Producer and composer William Orbit talks to Mark.
Comic Lucy Porter joins Mark live from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Mary Anne Hobbs sits in for Radcliffe and Maconie with music, conversation and guests.
Comedian David Baddiel and Manic Street Preachers' Nicky Wire chat to Stuart Maconie.
Comedian Jason Byrne chats about his Edinburgh show and new sitcom.
Manchester-based singer-songwriter Sara Lowes joins Stuart.
Stuart Maconie plays records in a pleasing sequence with intermittent chat.
Stuart talks to writer Robert Webb about cover versions.
Join Stuart for yet another running buffet of musical delights.
Stuart talks to Tom Doyle about his new book Man on the Run: Paul McCartney in the 1970s.
Stuart pilots the good ship Radmac solo while topping up his Salford studio tan.
Sid Griffin talks about his musical background in the Paisley Underground scene.
Songwriter Norman Blake talks to Mark and Stuart about his new band, The New Mendicants.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Tim Burgess.
Intelligent music, conversation and a variety of guests.
Comedian Adam Buxton joins Mark and Stuart to talk about his latest BUG shows.
Mark sails the ship solo and chats to Debbie Harry and Chris Stein of Blondie.
Mark and Stuart are joined by rockstar and Black Sabbath riffmeister Tony Iommi.
Comedian Tim Vine joins Mark and Stuart before heading up to the Edinburgh Festival.
Neneh Cherry, Rick from Delphic, Money and Massive Attack join Mark.