Stuart Maconie presents a feast of great music and chat for weekend breakfast and plays a selection of his favourite classic Scottish indie pop tracks Show more
Cerys provides the perfect musical accompaniment to your Sunday. Breakin' Convention's Jonzi D discusses hip hop culture and Dancing Nation, a digital festival of dance. Show more
Nemone looks at the link between music, our minds and the desire to move our bodies. With insights from Dr Daniel Levitin and Dr Victoria Williamson. Show more
To mark the anniversary of the first successful mass-market personal computer going on sale, Amy curates an appropriately themed playlist. Show more
Tom kicks off Independent Venue Week by collating a playlist of songs to mark listeners last gig before live music ground to a halt, let us know the venue so we can send love!
Featuring the Bristolian DIY duo’s melancholic ‘rural psychedelia’ album from 1995, Further. Plus, Anatolia rock, Irish doom folk and sculpture-inspired experimental electronics. 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 Bad Brains. Show more
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Sophie shocks James with a musical secret, as they discuss the samba-punk fusion album MM3 by Meta Meta. Plus, who is the Brazilian Tina Turner?
Jamali Maddix gets out of his comfort zone with the African American spirituals, satanic, black metal fusion album Devil is Fine by Zeal & Ardor. Plus, Buffy and Angel return. Show more
Bethan Elfyn and Adam Walton from BBC Music Introducing in Wales host a special episode of The Introducing Mixtape, with sessions recorded for Independent Venue Week 2021. Show more