Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
The Pulp frontman's journey into darkness and transatlantic meditation begins.
Sheffield's finest recalls his night walks home across derelict parts of the city.
Soul II Soul perform their 1989 UK chart-topper, Back to Life (However Do You Want Me).
A specially composed 'documentary song' by Ghostpoet for our Forever Young series.
Jamie Cullum and Richard Dawkins share their love of the music.
Sam Bailey on being this year's X Factor winner
Andy Miller's finished song that he started 35 years ago!
Jamie improvises a piece on the Brontë family's original piano at their former home.
Nicola Benedetti on staying in the moment while she’s playing.
A newly discovered album, recorded by Johnny Cash 30 years ago, is to be released.
Sophie performs from her new album & talks to Jane about music, motherhood and Strictly.
Musician Mike Rutherford reflects on the support he received from his late father.
Jude Rogers' mother-in-law Lillian Adams recalls her involvement in Beatlemania.
Singer Tracey Thorn discusses the importance of the 'shy outsider' in 1980s pop music.
Joe Bennett and Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis discuss why songs get stuck in our head.
Suzanne Vega tells Jenni Murray that storytelling helps her make sense of life.
Gemma Cairney looks at Forgetify, a new service playing Spotify songs never heard before
Angel Haze on using her own difficult life experiences & her music to try to help others
NME news editor Dan Stubbs discusses Prince's London gigs with his new band 3rd Eye Girl
Katy B performs and talks about her new album, her music, and life in the limelight
Rosanne Cash: journeys in the deep South, her father Johnny, & surviving brain surgery
DJ Roger Johnson discusses the world’s most sampled song, Change the Beat by Fab 5 Freddy
Matthew shows how just about anything can be looped and made into a track.
The legendary soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa reveals her retirement plans.
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