Tracy Chapman's self-titled debut from 1988 is Chris' Classic Album of the Weekend.
Mark and Stuart present highlights from this year’s ‘First, Last and Everything’ guests including Tricky, Angel Olsen, Neil Tennant, Johnny Vegas, Lianne La Havas and Pauline Black Show more
Cerys reflects on her eclectic musical discoveries of 2020 and revisits conversations with Stephen Fry, Michael Palin, Anoushka Shankar, Michael Rosen, and Kokoroko. Show more
Ezra Collective’s Femi Koleoso talks to Tony Allen, Billy Cobham, and Dele Sosimi all about drumming for legends, and why you should love what you do. Show more
Amy Lamé looks back on the strangeness of 2020 and plays some of her favourite tunes released this year in an attempt to find the silver lining.
It's time for Tom to get on the decks for our regular in between Xmas and New year 'stay in Sunday' Kitchen Party. Staying in your own bubble will never have been more fun. Promise.
Stuart selects his favourite experimental and underground music released over the past year. Celebrating the leftfield artists who made the whirlwind of 2020 easier. Show more
Don selects two hours of chilled tracks suitable for relaxation and recuperation.
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
James is attempting to win Jamali's support for 2016 with the album SUI // RAP by youngster jiji, the brainchild of Seattle rapper James Campbell.
Phil absolutely loves Me Demandó DEMOS, recorded by San Cha on the farm where her mother grew up, without the opportunity to collaborate with a producer.
Tom Robinson looks back at some of his favourite BBC Introducing tracks from 2020.