Brand new music and Throwback Thursday classics.
Shaun is after your Earworms and chats with Steve Lamacq who is on route to Hebden Bridge for his #IVW18 show tonight. Plus, Nils Frahm is today's Album of the Day. Show more
Taking inspiration from David Byrne's Reasons To Be Cheerful project, we play listeners' favourite songs on this theme. Includes The Pointer Sisters, Bjork, Buzzcocks and Chic. Show more
Independent Venue Week returns for its fifth year and, to celebrate, Steve Lamacq tours five locations around the UK. Tonight he's broadcasting from Hebden Bridge. Show more
Steve is joined by three guests to discuss the week's new releases.
Another visit from Portland psych band Moon Duo, that is Ripley Johnson on guitar and vocals, Sanae Yamada on keyboards and vocals and John Jeffrey on drums. Show more
Gideon Coe plays as many tracks as he can fit into three hours. With sessions from Yo La Tengo, Ultimate Painting, The Electro Hippies, Shut Up And Dance.
One of Steve Lamacq's favourite new acts, London band Shame, present an hour of their favourite new music while Steve travels the UK for Independent Venue Week.
Matt talks to Gaz Coombes about the key musical moments in his career to date, including his early musical influences and being signed with Supergrass when he was 15. Show more
The conclusion of the story of the Marquee Club, which began as a jazz and skiffle club before playing an important role in the careers of many rock and punk bands. Show more
Misty in Roots at Glastonbury in 1992, plus a session recorded by Tunng on 2 February 2010 and one from Fujiya & Miyagi from 14 January 2011. Presented by Chris Hawkins. Show more