Binaural river journeys, unlikely interests, music with plastics, surreal comedy & more
Howard and Vince take Tony the Prawn to a zoo for animal offenders.
Featuring Georgian polyphony, a song written in a dream and British composer Thomas Ades
Hear the extraordinary soundscape of Mount Denali National Park, Alaska
Norwegian ravens, Galapagos seawaters, bowerbirds and creaking ice floes in Japan.
The artist Anne Griffiths shows us how and why she collects cornflakes.
Music writer John Doran ventures into the strange world of Richard D James.
DJ Janice Long shares her passion for the unique sound of Psychocandy.
Electronic duo Matmos craft a 30 minute mix for Late Junction, inspired by plastic.
Josie Long presents new short documentaries on searching for hope in the gathering dark.
A sound-rich immersive journey along the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Alan Dein connects with strangers across the world, exploring the question of identity.
Olivia Laing presents an imaginative portrait of the elusive musician Arthur Russell.
Meditating on time whilst walking through the largest collection of clocks in England
Late-night thought-provoking comedy from Jon Holmes.
Chatbots, squid and 'a smile in your voice'. Louise Ashcroft on Call Centres.
Cariad Lloyd, Mike Wozniak and Elis James join in for this episode.
Disorientating sounds, vintage synths and Ryuichi Sakamoto feature in Group A’s playlist.
Jarvis Cocker wanders the lava fields of Iceland in search of the unseen forces of night.
The story of knife crime, told in verse by the weapon itself.
Verity Sharp shares sound art, solo violin and avant-jazz.
Gareth Gwynn presents the first Archive on 4 that looks sideways rather than backwards.
Stuart features Eric Dolphy's jazz duets, Beyonce's sister and industrial desert rock.
The art of Tomas Saraceno who makes sculptures and music with spiders and their webs.
Jenna and Dana get a glimpse of the dying embers of old British aristocracy.