Liz chats to journalist, writer and musician Vivien Goldman, aka the Punk Professor.
Liz chats to Justin Sullivan, founder, frontman and main songwriter with New Model Army.
Martin Kemp and Steve Norman of Spandau Ballet talk about Soul Boys of the Western World.
Liz Kershaw chats to fashion designer Wayne Hemingway as part of the Sound of Style.
Liz Kershaw chats to Brighton folk-rock act The Levellers about their Greatest Hits album.
Liz Kershaw chats to music producer Tony Visconti.
Liz Kershaw chats to Kelis about the release of her sixth studio album, Food.
Dance duo Basement Jaxx are Liz's Legends in Your Lunchtime.
Liz chats to former Frankie Goes to Hollywood frontman Holly Johnson.
Liz chats to Swedish duo First Aid Kit ahead of their performance at Green Man festival.
Liz catches up with Australian five-piece Boy & Bear, who are currently touring Europe.
Liz chats to Placebo frontman Brian Molko.
Liz is joined by former Byrds frontman and guitarist Roger McGuinn.
Liz chats to Roddy Frame, best known as founder member and frontman of Aztec Camera.
Liz is joined by Matt Johnson of The The to talk about their 1983 debut album Soul Mining.
Liz chats to ex-Specials singer Neville Staple, who recently released the album Ska Crazy.
Amy Lamé sits in for Liz Kershaw with Kelis, Cate Le Bon and Warpaint at Glastonbury.
Liz chats to Saffron, lead singer of alt-pop act Republica.
Amy Lamé sits in for Liz Kershaw and chats to Matt from The National and his brother Tom.
Amy Lamé sits in for Liz Kershaw and chats to enigmatic Dexys frontman Kevin Rowland.
Liz chats to former Cabaret Voltaire member Stephen Mallinder about his new act, Wrangler.
Liz's Legend in Your Lunchtime is Roger Daltrey, who talks about his album.
Liz catches up with Billy Bragg, who her brother Andy used to roadie for many moons ago!
Liz chats with Radio 2's Ken Bruce and plays Eurovision Popmaster with him!
Liz chats to musician, DJ and presenter Clint Boon of Inspiral Carpets.
Liz chats to Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook about his new solo album Happy Ending.
Liz delves into the crazy world of 1960s star Arthur Brown.
Liz chats to Yuck, who released their second album Glow and Behold in 2013.
Liz chats to south London duo Turin Brakes ahead of the release of their new single.
Liz chats to Ranking Roger, frontman of British ska revivalists The Beat.