Mamas and The Papas deconstructed - that'll be M part 3 then.
M is for Middle Earth, Mardas and Mamas and Papas. Part 3
N is for Nirvana, Nice and Nuggets
N stands for naughty and nice.
O is for Owsley Stanley, Other Half and Os Mutantes
O Dear ... let's see how The Other Half Live.
P is for Prankster, Procol Harum and Pink Floyd. Part 1
Pigs, pipers and pranksters - that'll be P part 1 then.
P is for Parliament, Pearly Queens and Pink Fairies. Part 2
In this episode, Janis, George and Trevor that'll be P Part 2 then.
P is for Peel, Protest and Purple Band. Part 3
Protests, perfume and prog - Yum Yum - that'll be P part 3 then.
Q & R are for Quicksilver, Roky and Rolling Stones
Quick round rolling rockies - splendid.
S is for Sargeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Part 1
Exactly what it says on the tin - Sgt Pepper scrutinised.
S is for Seeds, Sky Saxon and Strawberry Alarm Clock. Part 2
Strawberry sky seeds - all to be found in S part 2
S is for Skip Spence, Studios and Syd Barrett. Part 3
Marc and Rob can be found skipping round the studio in S part 3.
S is for Small Faces and Steve Marriot. Part 4
An episode dedicated to the Small Faces - S part 4.
S is for Smoke, Shankar and Strawberry Fields. Part 5
Sitars, The Salvation Army The Krays feature in S part 5.
S is for Steppenwolf, Spirit and Sly Stone. Part 6
S is for sychedelia without the P - that's S part 6.
S is for Soft Machine, Simon Dupree and Side Trips.Part 7
Seriously stretched out S section concludes in this episode - Phew.
T is for T. Rex, Trip and Tintern Abbey. Part 1
We get it on with T-Rextasy in T Part 1
T is for Traffic, Tomorrow and Technicolour Dream. Part 2
Hairy Traffic Control, is where T part 2 takes us
U & V are for UFO, Vanilla Fudge and United States of America
Alice B Tocklas, Linda Ronstadt and Dorothy Moskowitz all feature in this episode
V is for Van Vliet aka Captain Beefheart. Part 1
Don Van Vliet aka Captain Beefheart- his twisted life, music and undeniable influence
V is for Voorman, Vincebus Eruptum and Velvet Underground. Part 2
Velvet Underground's debut, artist Klaus Voorman & 'loud band' Blue Cheer
W is for Woodstock and Brian Wilson's Beach Boys
The undisputed genius of Brian Wilson and how Woodstock became a free festival
W, X & Y are for Who, Yardbirds and West Coast
The Who write a mini opera - rock on Tommy and Eric Clapton leaves the Yardbirds.
Y & Z are for Yellow Submarine and Zombies
The film Yellow Submarine is released in 1968, that could be 50 years ago today
Z is for Zappa and Year Zero
Z is for zappa - TV Zappa? No Frank Zappa.
A to Z of Punk: A is for Anarchy, Ants and Adverts
The Anarchy Tour, Goddard's inspiration for Adam and the Ants and the ‘One Chord Wonders’
A to Z of Punk: B is for Boredom, Brains and Blondie
The story of Buzzcocks, ‘hardcore’ punk band Bad Brains and the band Blondie
A to Z of Punk: C is for Complete Control and The Clash
The Clash sign to CBS, New York's CBGB plus the bard of Salford Dr John Cooper Clarke
A to Z of Punk: D is for Damned Damned Damned
Find out how Chrissie Hynde was nearly in The Damned and what Dave Vanian did before
A to Z of Punk: E is for EMI, Eater and the Electric Chairs
Who was Eddie in Eddie and the Hot Rods? Plus punk rock's answer to the Cavern, Erics
A to Z of Punk: F is for Falling Out, Fire Engines and Factory
Tales of The Fall, the phenomenon of fanzines plus the ubiquitous Factory Records
A to Z of Punk: G is for Grundy, Goading and Gobbing
Story of the goading Bill Grundy interview with Sex Pistols and the furore that followed
A to Z of Punk: H is for Heroin, Heartbreakers and Hynde
The advent of heroin use in the punk scene, plus tributes to Buzzcocks star Howard Devoto
A to Z of Punk: I is for Idol, Iggy and Influences
Marc proposes Louis Jordan is the punk godfather and reveals how Sid Vicious got his name
A to Z of Punk: J is for Jam, Jelly and Jordan (not that one)
How Jello Biafra was influenced to form ‘Dead Kennedys’, plus the exploits of Jordan
A to Z of Punk: K is for Killers and Kaos
Hear tales about Killing Joke, plus Nick Kent and Kevin Rowland, who formed The Killjoys
A to Z of Punk: L is for Lux Interior, Lydia Lunch and Lesser Free Trade Hall
Lux Interior of the Cramps, the birth of No Wave plus the most famous Pistols gig
A to Z of Punk: M is for two Malcolms and a Marquee
The Ruts singer Malcolm Owen and promoter, Malcolm McLaren, plus the album Marquee Moon
A to Z of Punk: N is for Nipples and No Future
Marc and Rob explore Northern Ireland's punk rock scene and the punk past of Nick Cave
A to Z of Punk: O is for Outrage and Osterberg
O is for outrage, so be warned. It's also for Gene October and James Newell Osterberg.
A to Z of Punk: P is for Punk and Post Punk (obviously)
P is also for Public Image and the Prefects. Plus we discover just who invented the Pogo
A to Z of Punk: Q is for Queen, the Queen and Queensland
Discover how Freddy Mercury's teeth played a pivotal role in punk. Yes, really.
A to Z of Punk: R is for Ramones, Raincoats and Rough Trade
The secret history of the brothers Ramone and how did John Lydon turn into Johnny Rotten
A to Z of Punk: S is for Stranglers, Suicide and Spitting. Part 1
A brief history of the Stranglers and the murky question - just who introduced spitting?
A to Z of Punk: S is for Siouxsie, Strummer and Stiff. Part 2.
Stories featuring Siouxsie, Patti Smith and the Skids. Plus Bowie's Starman airs on TV
A to Z of Punk: T is for Talking Heads, TV Personalities and Throbbing Gristle. Part 1.
David Byrne's journey from Dumbarton to Talking Heads, plus Chelsea's 'Part Time Punks'
A to Z of Punk: T is also for Transmissions, Thau and TRB. Part 2.
TV and radio transmissions that brought punk to the nation, or in some cases, didn't...
A to Z of Punk: U & V are for Undertones, Upstarts and Vibrators
Why Sid Vicious was named after a hamster, plus how Charlie Harper became a punk hero
A to Z of Punk: W is for Wally, Wire and Wreckless Eric
Lost Pistol Wally Nightingale, 'not-a-punk-band' Wire and the success of Wreckless Eric
A to Z of Punk: X,Y & Z is for X-Ray Spex, Y and Less Than Zero
Stories about X-Ray Spex Poly Styrene, The Pop Group's first album 'Y' and Elvis Costello