Steve Lamacq with the latest tunes, with music from Kaiser
Chiefs and Test Icicles. Plus
Imran Ahmed and Emma Johnston with reviews of live gigs. And from
11.30 Time for Heroes: New Order Mylo presents a look at the legacy of techno-pop gurus New Order, who rose from the ashes of Joy Division following the suicide of lead singer Ian Curtis in 1980 and forged a distinctive new dance-floor sound. With input from producer Arthur Baker , Doves, the Chemical Brothers, 2 Many DJs, Ana Matronic and ex-Factory Records chief Tony Wilson.
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