Chris Hawkins marks the twentieth anniversary of World Book Day by asking listeners to create a soundtrack for Irvine Welsh's Trainspotting. Show more
Nemone sits in for Shaun Keaveny with a very special Latitude Festival announcement and a 1994 remix track from Awesome 3 ahead of 1994 Day. Show more
Lauren Laverne has a live session from all-female collective Deep Throat Choir, plus Just Added, a Headphones Moment and as much music as she can pack in. Show more
Katie Puckrik sits in for Radcliffe and Maconie and is joined by Dr Helen Czerski, who talks about the hidden worlds of sound. Show more
Steve is joined by Joe Talbot and Mark Bowen from Idles, a Bristol band he has been championing for a while, and whose debut album he thinks is terrifyingly good. Show more
Irma Vep perform a live session. The band is fronted by Edwin Stevens, a massive Mexican wrestling fan, maybe he'll wear one of his costumes. Show more
The Label of Love is Wah Wah Records, plus Gideon Coe plays sessions from Beth Gibbons, The Teardrop Explodes, Hooded Fang, Jungle Brothers and Micah P Hinson. Show more
Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin with Mary Anne Hobbs.
Steve Lamacq focuses on the great Blur v Oasis battle and Britpop's eventual decline. First broadcast in 2004. Show more
Chris Hawkins gets the 90s vibe with Tindersticks at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London in 1997 and a session from PJ Harvey recorded in 1993, plus Grinderman from 2007. Show more
Chris Hawkins plays back-to-back music plus exclusive BBC sessions.