Tonight's show comes live from Cardiff as Radio 1 prepares for Thursday when listeners in Wales will receive their own programme, The Session in Wales. The new presenters, Bethan Elfyn and Huw Stephens join Steve Lamacq in the studio tonight. And, in the continuing occasional series All Back to Mine, Sean Rowley visits the home of Suede frontman Brett Anderson to browse through his record collection.
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