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Gilles joins the musical dots.
Gilles plays records from Thundercat, Little Dragon and the late Al Jarreau.
Gilles has a special Brazilian mix, plus Brainfeeder's JamesZoo in session from Maida Vale
Karl spins a mix of new tracks and music from his collection that's influencing him.
Coldcut are proud to sit in for Gilles Peterson and amble through their record collections
Norman spins forgotten gems of jazz, rare groove, blaxsploitation, northern soul and funk.
It's the final all winners session of 2016 with Gilles Peterson.
Robert Glasper joins Gilles Peterson to co-host a Christmas special.
North London's Little Simz joins Gilles in the studio to talk through her brand new LP.
Joining the musical dots: soul, hip-hop, house, afro, Latin, electronica, jazz and beyond.
Gilles picks out some vinyl obscurities with Adrian Sherwood.
Teklife producer DJ Spinn joins Gilles for a Words & Music session.
Danny Brown joins Gilles for Words and Music plus Paul White joins Gilles in the studio.
Bonobo is in the studio with brand new music.
Chicago rapper and singer Mick Jenkins joins Gilles for Words and Music.
Soul singer Lee Fields joins Gilles for an exclusive session.
Gilles has Eddy Grant in conversation and summons up a dubby 70s selection.
Gilles goes deep and global with Miles Cleret, the man behind Soundway Records.
It's an All Winners session with Gilles
Gilles is joined in the studio by Saxophonists Shabaka Hutchings & Mette Henriette
Gilles reflects on the Mercury Prize awards, plus XL producer Powell passes through.
Gilles catches up with East London MC Trim following his recent LP on James Blake's label
3 Hours crammed with new music including Adrian Younge, Frank Ocean and Machine Drum.
Gilles has live music from the Sao Paulo Jazz Symphony Orchestra's Late Night Prom.
Gilles is back from his holidays with Quantic recorded live in session.
Words and music with Amp Fiddler and Canadian jazz and hip-hop futurists BadBadNotGood.