Featuring Wit Paul Heaton, Bat For Lashes, Primal Scream, Hot Chip and Jarvis' adventures.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Saxon recorded at Reading Festival in 1986, plus The Comsat Angels and Bromheads Jacket.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by Eels.
Chapel Club have recorded a great Maida Vale session for Rob da Bank.
BBC Radio 1
Toddla T chooses his Most Played as part of BBC 6 Music Celebrates Sheffield.
Jon Holmes, the man made from zeros and ones, is joined by Rick Savage from Def Leppard.
Liz chats to Glenn Gregory, frontman of Sheffield synth pop act Heaven 17.
Dermot presents live music sessions from new and emerging bands.
BBC Radio 2
Dean Jackson and the Supreme Team with Dog Is Dead, China Rats and Rachel Sermanni.
BBC Radio Derby
BBC Radio Leicester
BBC Radio Nottingham
Amy Wadge chats to producer Steve Bush and Elephant and Soldier is live and acoustic.
BBC Radio Wales
Paul presents tracks from this week's US charts and hits from the last six decades.
Tom chats with Dweezil Zappa, the son of Frank Zappa.
With Dean Jackson. The Beat Introducing: The best of under the radar local music.
The best in new Welsh music, exclusive sessions, interviews and demos.
12/15 Matt Everitt talks to Paul Heaton, frontman with The Housemartins and The Beautiful South. (R)
Richard Hawley with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, plus Pulp at Glastonbury in 1994.
Sunday 7 October 2012