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Karen Gabay and Mr V hear from Claudia Lennear of the documentary 20 Feet From Stardom.
Rowetta of The Happy Mondays on how Manchester was taken over by Princemania.
Karen Gabay and Mr V pay tribute to cultural theorist, Dr Stuart Hall.
Hear from Giovanca, the Dutch singer who says she sings cosmic soul and jazz.
Singer/songwriter Natalie Williams reveals the family history behind her new album.
Karen Gabay and Mr V review the Grammy nominees and venture into the vinyl vault.
Karen Gabay and Mr V are joined by soul singer Paul Johnson.
Karen Gabay and Mr V preview the soundtrack to 12 Years A Slave.
Director Steve McQueen talks about the film 12 Years A Slave. Karen Gabay and Mr V present
Karen Gabay and Mr V select their highlights of 2013.
Otis Williams of The Temptations reflects on being with the group for more than 50 years.
Karen Gabay and Mr V hear reflections on the legacy of Nelson Mandela.
A reflection on Nelson Mandela's life. Karen Gabay and Mr V present.
Hear JP Cooper in session ahead of his gig later this week. Karen Gabay and Mr V present.
Karen Gabay and Mr V speak to Gabrielle about 20 years in the music industry.
Olympian Colin Jackson discusses men's health and shares his reasons for joining Movember.
Singer/songwriter and cellist Ayanna Witter Johnson previews her new ep, Black Panther.
Playwright Rani Moorthy talks about her play If Only Shahrukh Khan.
Philip Bailey, Verdine White and Ralph Johnson share their memories with Karen Gabay.
Leee John of Imagination reminisces about the legacy of black British music.
Louise Hazel, Commonwealth gold medal winner, on why children need to be more active.
Timotha Lanae picks her Black History Month musical selection.
Mancunian soul singer Da Bridge previews his latest EP. Karen Gabay and Mr V present.
Soul singer Timotha Lanae talks to Karen Gabay and Mr V about the Minneapolis sound.
Mr V and Karen Gabay with a rich mix of music plus a review of the week's news stories.
Reverend Jesse Jackson reflects on the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's speech.
Nick Duckett and Stewart Tippett discuss the History of Soul. Karen Gabay & Mr V present.
Karen Gabay and Mr V talk to actor John Thomson about his work and favourite music.
Soul singer Merry Clayton reminisces about performing with Ray Charles and Rolling Stones.
Karen Gabay and Mr V pay tribute to jazz musician George Duke who died this week.