Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Baxter Dury shares his Homebound Glory - a tour of his house and a guide to keeping busy in lockdown.
Lauren kickstarts the week with the biggest tunes in Cloudbusting, and Rhianna Dhillon tells us what we should be watching at the cinema, through streaming and on the telly. Show more
Shaun is here again making some noise in between songs so the emergency tape doesn’t kick in. Plus Matt Everitt joins with the latest Music News. Show more
Get ready to Groove From Home, Craig Charles is back for another week with tunes from his Trunk of Punk, Remix @6 and more Songs In The Key Of Workers!
A couple of whoppers to start the show tonight - The Three Johns and Port Sulphur. Fastermind returns with singer Clams from Marc's band d'jour Warmduscher. Show more
Sessions from The Telescopes, The Superimposers, Pop Will Eat Itself, Joni Mitchell.
Lauren Laverne curates an hour of her favourite new releases.
Another chance to hear Sinéad O'Connor discussing the musical milestones of her life. First broadcast in 2012. Show more
Alan Freeman considers the phenomenon of white British artists, such as the Rolling Stones, the Animals and Eric Clapton playing the blues. First broadcast in 1994. Show more
Davie Scott discovers the story behind Franz Ferdinand's self-titled debut album from 2004. Show more
Auto Da Fe in concert at the Paris Theatre in London in 1983, plus a session by the Cigarettes, recorded on this date (15th January) in 1980 and one by the Flowers (28/8/1979). Show more