And at 6.15 Pause for Thought with Father John Fitzsimmons in Scotland.
Brian Matthew spins familiar hits, B-sides and obscurities.
Sitting in for Jonathan Ross.
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The Blagger's Guide
3/6. Rock and pop observer David Ouantick presents comically constructed nuggets of information about popular music, employing fake archive footage, adverts and recordings. This week he provides less than you need to know about Essex, heavy metal, grunge, the 303 synthesiser and Van Morrison.
1/6. Rob Brydon narrrates a musical comedy starring Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement as satirical pop act Flight of the Conchords. Repeated from Thursday
With America's Greatest Hits.
Current US hits and a pick of oldies.
Rarely aired 60s recordings.
Tips for a record collection, with a spotlight on albums shortlisted for this year's Mercury Prize.
Johnnie Walker recalls the period when Seattle-born psychedelic-blues guitarist Jimi Hendrix lived in London, where he transformed from a shy, penniless musician into a dynamic and starry force. With contributions from Eric Clapton, Robert Wyatt, Glenn Tilbrook, Pete Townshend, Eric Bibb and Gered Mankowitz, plus archive input from former Animals bass player Chas Chandler, who is credited with discovering Hendrix.
Including at 2.30 Pause for Thought with Father John Fitzsimmons in Scotland.
6.15 as 2.30