Long Beach, Californian rockers Rival Sons chat to Stuart about their new album and tour.
Intelligent music, conversation and a variety of guests every weekday afternoon.
Midlands-based electronic producer Bibio joins Stuart.
Stuart presents the show solo from MegaCity in Salford.
Stuart is joined by comedian Milton Jones.
Stuart is joined by writer and comedian Richard Herring.
Stuart is joined by comedian, actress and writer Isy Suttie.
Neon Neon's Gruff Rhys joins Stuart from Cardiff to talk about their new album.
Sinkane, aka the Brooklyn-based, Sudanese-born Ahmed Gallab, joins Stuart in Salford.
Mark presents the show solo with some rarely heard Bowie tracks and an archive interview.
Join Mark and Stuart for yet more laughter and music.
Singer-songwriter John Grant chats talks about his new album, Pale Green Ghosts.
Adrian Edmondson talks to Mark and Stuart about his folk-punk outfit The Bad Shepherds.
Colin Newman and Graham Lewis of post-punk band Wire join Mark and Stuart.
Tom Robinson joins Mark and Stuart in their MegaCity studio to chat about BBC Introducing.
Presenter and writer Katie Puckrik joins Mark and Stuart.
Mark and Stuart are joined by former Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos.
Mark and Stuart are joined by poet Simon Armitage.
Join Mark and Stuart for more laughter and music from Manchester.
Comedian Ed Byrne joins Mark Radcliffe to talk about his new Roating Forties tour.
Mark and Stuart are joined by singer-songwriter Robyn Hitchcock.
Stuart Maconie is joined by PJ Harvey producer John Parish and Goldfrapp's Will Gregory.
Stuart Maconie to singer-songwriter Jessie Ware.
Stuart Maconie talks to music writer Mark Ellen about being part of Rihanna's 747 tour.
Musicologist Sid Griffin talks about the bands you loved back then, but now cannot stand.
Stuart Maconie talks to Icelandic band Sigur Ros.