Guy reveals why he loves Malian four piece Songhoy Blues and how they were influenced by Africa Express. Also featuring archive performances from Canned Heat and Ali Farke Touré. Show more
Arts news with John Wilson. Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen discuss their TV adaptation of Ronald Harwood's play The Dresser, and Jafar Panahi's Taxi is reviewed. Show more
Guy Garvey talks to John Wilson about the Meltdown festival he is curating at London's Southbank Centre. Plus a review of The Go-Between musical, starring Michael Crawford. Show more
Arts news. John Wilson talks to Elbow lead singer Guy Garvey about the band's new album; Sir David Frost's memorial in Westminster Abbey; war epic 300: Rise of an Empire reviewed. Show more
Guy Garvey & Jools Holland perform The Way You Look Tonight on Later...with Jools Holland
Elbow frontman (and 6 Music DJ) Guy treats us to his solo work.
An exciting story read by a special guest. Guy Garvey reads Mog the Forgetful Cat, by Judith Kerr.
Guy Garvey reads Prince Cinders by Babette Cole.
Music programme with live sessions. Guy Garvey, Dave Gahan, Soulsavers, Jamie Woon, Willy Mason, Judy Collins, Caravan Palace and Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn join Jools. Show more
Music programme. Guy Garvey, Dave Gahan, Soulsavers, Jamie Woon, Willy Mason, Judy Collins, Caravan Palace and Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn join Jools. Show more
Jo Coburn is joined by Simon Clarke MP, Siobhain McDonagh MP, Rory Stewart and Ella Whelan to discuss the latest on the coronavirus restrictions. Show more
John and Kayleigh were not in a good place the last time we saw them, but what happened next? Finally we get to find out in the last-ever episode of the award-winning series.
An exciting story read by a special guest. Guy Garvey reads Chu's Day, by Neil Gaiman and Adam Rex.
Celebrities remember the best of times with their mates and talk about how they coped when they were bullied. Show more
The bedtime story is Farmer Joe and the Music Show, by Tony Mitton and Guy Parker-Rees, read by Guy Garvey.
4 Extra Debut. Best friends Marie and Kitty end up on the run from security. Comic drama recorded at the Latitude Festival. With Rachel Austin. Show more
Guy Garvey reveals what it is about experimental indie rockers Here We Go Magic that floats his boat, and features music from their influences Radiohead, Paul Simon & J.J. Cale. Show more
Guy reveals why he loves tUnE-yArDs, the music project of Merrill Garbus, and how she's been influenced by Fela Kuti and Tom Tom Club, whose music also features in the programme. Show more
Guy reveals why he loves Irish indie folk band Villagers and raids the archive for music from two acts they've been influenced by, Leonard Cohen and Arthur Lee & Love. Show more