Etta James - At Last (1960) is Chris' Classic Album of the Weekend.
Steve Diggle, guitarist and songwriter with pioneering punk band Buzzcocks, joins Stuart to share his 'First, Last and Everything'. Show more
Cerys chats to boundary-crossing, multi-Grammy-nominated sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar. Plus London Jazz Festival curator Pelin Opcin on adapting this year for online. Show more
Film director Steve McQueen speaks to Miranda Sawyer about his new acclaimed BBC series Small Axe Show more
Loads of the usual stuff including the Poet Laureate, the Beckapedia, featured artist Nick Drake and some very contrasting instrumentals - all class acts. Show more
Amy looks ahead to Beaujolais Nouveau Day with two hours of vino themed tracks.
They'll also be your chance to contribute to the show with a Lazy Sunday suggestion. Show more
On the anniversary of the release of Beastie Boys' Licensed To Ill, Now Playing celebrates the art of the unlikely sample and those that just shouldn't work...
Featuring the British psychedelic folk rock band’s 1970 debut The Garden of Jane Delawney. Plus, meditative contemporary electronica, modern classical and celebratory global funk. Show more
Don's selections cross time, space and genre and include another piece of Crucial Vinyl. This week it's The Chronic, released by Dr. Dre in 1992. 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
Gemma Cairney is your guide on a sonic journey through experimental music, soundscapes, spoken word and documentary from exciting, fresh and emerging British artists. Show more
Kwame puts in the work for A Self-Help Tragedy by noise rock supergroup Doomsday Student.
Rachel is drawn to the folk side of Hands In Our Names, an album recorded by Karima Walker in the desert of New Mexico.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.