Stuart chats to Rob Young about the origins of Scott Walker's unique sound.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Peter Hook, Billy Connolly, Tom Jones, Shuggie Otis, Everything Everything and Nick Cave.
Chris Hawkins presents Manic Street Preachers recorded at the Astoria in London in 1994.
Mull Historical Society at Reading in 2001, plus BBC sessions from UB40 and Horace Andy.
Join the 3.46 club with your early morning host Richard Allinson.
BBC Radio 2
12/52 Alan Freeman investigates the myths and legends of swinging London.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by Mull Historical Society
Anneka Rice challenges the nation to get up and join her for the Saturday Breakfast show.
Brian Matthew dips into his record bag and selects the hits and a few forgotten classics.
Fantastic music from the 1950s to the 1990s and great competition prizes too!
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Owen Money presents his own brand of music and humour.
BBC Radio Wales
Chris Corcoran sits in for Rhod, joined by Eggsy from Goldie Lookin' Chain.
The 60s with Joe Costin: The best of 1960s music for your Saturday lunchtime.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Tony Blackburn plays the hits from this week in 1963 and 1980.
It's Fight Club! Terry Christian takes on Craig Charles' record collection,.
Travel back in time as John Platt plays the best pop music from the 1950s to the 1980s.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Geoff Barker makes it a rock 'n' roll evening.
BBC Radio Cornwall
BBC Radio Devon
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
BBC Radio Guernsey
BBC Radio Jersey
BBC WM 95.6
BBC Radio Bristol
Paul presents tracks from this week's US charts and hits from the last six decades.
Samoans in session, Mike Diver tips ones to watch in 2013; two hours of amazing music.
In a special show, Tom talks to uber-producer Brian Eno about his recent career.
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BBC Radio Cymru
Eamon Friel's opinionated guide to music from Louis Armstrong to Frank Zappa.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Bryan Ferry at Belfast Castle in 2002, plus sessions from Family and Huw Lloyd Langton.
13/52 Alan Freeman looks back on the first ten years of the Motown label.
Sunday 13 January 2013