A 're-discovered' album choice, the 'big one' and loads of new and alternative tunes.
Marc Hughes sits in for George Lamb and Mr Ekan tries to sort out your problems in his own semi-straight talking way, plus someone's got their nose in the pick 'n' mix.
Cerys returns to her spiritual home with tunes, live sets and recipes.
Comedy actor and writer Sharon Horgan joins Adam to compile a break-up themed tape called The Splits. Show more
Huey Morgan meets Jakob Dylan to talk about his solo career, their shared love of the blues and whether he really is 'chilling like Jakob Dylan'. Show more
A Sunday of surprise tracks, random thoughts and spoken word. Adam Curtis plays a bootleg from Afghanistan's first (and only) rock 'n' roll festival. Read Adam's blog - www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamcurtis/
A 120-minute trip into the unknown with Stuart.
The disco train rides again as DJ Marc Hughes returns to play the best in old skool house plus his favourite disco tunes, along with a mix from Canadian artists Caribou. Show more
Guy tells us all about how he's been writing at the Real World Studios, plus Rick Wakeman and his brother do something not very nice to Paint it Black in It Was Moider. Show more
The Don returns with a selection of cuts from across musical cultures, taking us from dub and punk to electro and blues. The Don leaves no musical stone unturned. Show more
Tom has session tracks from Brighton supergroup The Climbers and Newcastle's ambient noodler, Soundtracks for a B-Movie undergoes the Introducing Inquistition. Show more
Wink Martindale considers the Memphis Mafia, Graceland and the movies Blue Hawaii and Fun in Acapulco. Show more
Featuring Graham Parker live in 1979, plus Babes in Toyland recorded for John Peel in 1995 and Ex Post Facto in session from 1983. Show more