Portishead - Dummy (1994) is Chris' Classic Album of the Weekend.
Comedian, actor and writer Isy Suttie joins Mark and Stuart to share her 'First, Last and Everything' and chat about her new audio collection Show more
Cerys looks ahead to 2021 with Almanac author Lia Leendertz, who suggests ways we can reconnect with the seasons and appreciate the outdoors. Show more
Rock star Jehnny Beth talks to Tei She, Kelly Lee Owens, and Jessy Lanza about what equipment they use in the studio, and the difficulty of recording animals. Show more
A beautiful synth-driven show this week. With an interview with Guy's neighbour Laura Groves and music with a bias towards the aforementioned synthesiser. Show more
Amy Lamé celebrates the record player in all its glory. Why?
Well, on this day in 1877 Thomas Edison demonstrated his hand-cranked phonograph in Amy's hometown of New Jersey. Show more
'The man with the golden voice' Matt Monro would have been 90 this week. Tom collates a listener led playlist of his modern day contemporaries.
Stuart revisits the jazz trumpeter’s spiritual and joyous 1964 album A New Perspective. Also, glowing ambient music from L.A., hard electronics from Scotland and Egyptian oud. Show more
Don's selections cross time, space and genre and include another piece of Crucial Vinyl. This week it's the self-titled debut album by Osibisa, released in 1971 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
Sarah needs convincing about the story behind Songs I-V by Rocks & Waves Song Circle, supposedly recorded spontaneously by Swedish artist Isak Sundstrom at a Church in Mexico.
James explores the mystery behind Song I-V by Rocks & Waves Song Circle, with the head honcho of one of the two record labels behind its release, Bongo Joe.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.