With Roy Harper
Tom chats to English folk/rock legend Roy Harper, who released his first new album for 13 years, Man And Myth, this week.
Roy has been a professional musician since 1964, and has released 22 studio and 10 live albums in his career to date. He has worked with and been referenced by many hugely successful artists; Led Zeppelin wrote Hats Off To (Roy) Harper after him, he famously sang on Pink Floyd's Have A Cigar, and artists such as Pete Townsend, Kate Bush and Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull have acknowledged his influence. More recently he's been referenced by Fleet Foxes and Joanna Newsom.
Huw Stephens from Radio 1 shares his personal tip from BBC Introducing, as does one of the Introducing shows from around the UK.
At 11 o'clock Tom launches The After Hour, where he dusts off tracks from the outer reaches of his record collection.