Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
Fatboy Slim's Inheritance Tracks
Jez Nelson reflects on his interview with the jazz musician and composer Sun Ra in 1990.
Gilles Peterson and Jez Nelson discuss the value of Sun Ra albums to collectors.
The enduring appeal of Dolly Parton
The Folks Who Live on the Hill, Peggy Lee; How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, BeeGees.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince join Eric Idle as he sings his song about the programme.
Includes what is thought to be his first British radio interview. From March 1994.
All you need is Love by The Beatles and Scatterlings of Africa by Johnny Clegg.
Damian Barr talks to Dolly Parton about how she writes her songs.
Composer Anna Meredith explains how the arches of Blackfriars Bridge inspired her.
The jazz musician explains how he played the skyline at the Millennium Bridge.
Gwilym explains how particular features of the Port Talbot skyline appear in his piece
Rebecca Jones look at the German bands behind 'Krautrock'.
Dom Flemons & Martin Simpson perform two songs from their current live set.
Julie Fowlis explains her melody
James MacMillan talks about the Cumnock Miners' A Frame
(I'm Always Touched by Your) Presence, Dear by Blondie and Moments of Pleasure, Kate Bush
An 18-year-old has been loaned a rare £1m Stradivarius violin by musician John Ludlow.
Natalie Cole inherits Smile by Nat King Cole and passes on You Gotta Be by Des'ree.
XTC's Andy Partridge on the talented singer-songwriter's turbulent life.
The cellist and conductor Han-Na Chang joined Jenni ahead of her BBC Prom on Sunday.
Chopin Etudes Opus no 3 Tristesse and Prokofiev piano concerto no 3 played by Prokofiev.
Keith Richards talks about being a Grandpa and his new book on the subject.
Violinist Tasmin Little and guitarist John Etheridge discuss.
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