In the second live travelogue from the Jurassic Coastline, Mark and Stuart broadcast from Beer in East Devon, with special guests Show of Hands, Ade Edmondson and poet Matt Harvey. Show more
In the third live travelogue, Mark and Stuart broadcast from Sidmouth. They're joined by Squeeze, Caitlin Rose, and Masterchef 2009 winner Mat Follas. Show more
Following 2009's conquest of Hadrian's Wall, Mark and Stuart embark on a new challenge - walking over 80 miles of Jurassic Coastline, stopping en route to share their adventures. Show more
Mark and Stuart reach the finale of their Jurassic adventure, broadcasting live from Exmouth, with special guests Edwyn Collins, Fisherman's Friends and Murray Lachlan-Young. Show more
Mark and Stuart are live from Manchester with witty badinage, great music and the latest additions to The Chain. This show includes highlights from their Jurassic Coast adventures. Show more
Ian McCulloch of Echo and the Bunnymen joins Mark and Stuart to talk about the band's upcoming tour, and the reissue of Crocodiles and Heaven Up Here. Show more
In tonight's show, 80s new wavers Heaven 17 chat about their forthcoming tour and the re-release of their debut album, Penthouse and Pavement.
Mark and Stuart are live from Manchester with with great music, witty badinage and additions to The Chain. Mark chats to archetypal rock frontman Robert Plant. Show more
In tonight's show, Mark and Stuart are joined by the writer, poet and Ivor Novello-winning lyricist Simon Armitage.
The Orb chat to Stuart about double LP Metallic Spheres, their new collaboration with David Gilmour. Show more
Frontwoman of The Pretenders, Chrissie Hynde, talks about her new album with JP and The Fairground Boys. Show more
Mark and Stuart have a live session from Dutch singer Caro Emerald, whose debut album is inspired by films and music from the 1940s and 50s. Show more
Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie are live from Manchester and chatting to the writer, journalist and Mercury Music Prize judge Jude Rogers.
Mark and Stuart are live from Manchester with witty badinage, great music and further additions to The Chain. In tonight's show, Mark chats to Bryan Ferry about his new album. Show more
Mark and Stuart have a live session from The National. Formed in 1999, the Brooklyn-based band features the distinctive baritone vocals of Matt Berninger and two sets of brothers. Show more
Mark and Stuart are joined by their glam show regular, Noddy Holder.
Mark and Stuart have a live session from Les Shelleys, an acoustic guitar and vocal duo from Los Angeles, comprising Tom Brosseau and his singing partner Angela Correa. Show more
Mark and Stuart chat to comic Bill Bailey about his upcoming show, Dandelion Mind, which will be based loosely on the theme of doubt (or will it?).
Mark and Stuart chat to the producer and former member of Roxy Music, Brian Eno, who's about to release a new album, Small Craft On A Milk Sea.
The show features an interview with Suede frontman Brett Anderson and Mark and Stuart's Listen And Learn feature is devoted to the late folk singer, Sandy Denny. Show more