A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album.
Singer, songwriter and Fleet Foxes frontman Robin Peknold shares his 'First, Last and Everything' and Mark and Stuart present a feast of great music and chat for weekend breakfast Show more
Cerys chats to author Bill Bryson about his latest book, The Body. She also curates a playlist celebrating the Day of The Dead and the Celtic Samhain. Show more
Actor Riz Ahmed joins Miranda Sawyer to discuss the use of music in his film work including new film Mogul Mowgli. Show more
Elbow frontman Guy takes his theme from the stars this week, with tunes from Turin Breaks, Love and Air. We've an archive clip from Franklin D Roosevelt - yes sir. Show more
Fresh off the back of a Depeche Mode 12" Box-set, Amy focuses in on the extended mix.
They'll also be your chance to contribute to the show with a Lazy Sunday suggestion. Show more
Elvis co-hosts the show from Vancouver, helping Tom sift through listener requests. Expect classics and forgotten gems from his decades spanning back catalogue. Show more
Spooky stories and spine-chilling music, recorded in a shadowy wood around a crackling campfire Stuart tells a folkloric tale of a snow-white woman who casts deadly spells of sleep Show more
Don's selections cross time, space and genre and include another piece of Crucial Vinyl. This week it's 360°, released by Dreadzone in 1993. Show more
Cillian curates a nocturnal playlist, made for after midnight. Featuring music both old and new -ranging from afrobeat to electronica, jazz, spoken word and poetry. Show more
Alison has a strong reaction to Rook to TN34, a dark, experimental and comedic spoken word album by the duo eMMplekz.
John prefers the second half of Out of Sight by the former Minneapolis rock band, Falling.
Malcolm McLaren shares his observations, memories and stories about London providing a witty narrative that weaves through the sounds and music of the city. First broadcast in 2007 Show more