WILD SWEET ORANGE - Late Night with David LETTERMAN - CBS
GRIZZLY BEAR - Last Call With Carson Daly - NBC
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin - Last Call With Carson Daly - NBC
The All For Nots - Jimmy Kimmel Live - NBC
FLOBOTS - Last Call With Carson Daly - NBC
CYNDI LAUPER - Jimmy Kimmel Live - NBC
COLDPLAY - TODAY
Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Monday From 4 PM EST
Huw Stephens In New Music We Trust
The Best of BBC Introducing [Best New UK Bands}
Wednesday 4 PM EST
This Week - Cats In Paris in session
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST
Hype Night makes a welcome return on Monday night with a very special exclusive from The Verve
Sigur Ros' brand new long player is our Album of the Week
And Cage The Elephant make their debut at Maida Vale for this Wednesday's session.
Thursday sees Zane gearing up for Glastonbury with archive live tracks from the legendary festival
And don't forget, you can catch the Hottest Record in the World every night at 7.30pm and it's a belter this week with The Verve, The Chemical Brothers and Beck. Plus, we'll have your daily dose of The Sunsetter after 8pm...
BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST
UK - Cats In Paris in session
Scotland - Fangs live in session
Wales - Hemme Fatale in session
Friday Night Web show
Friday Night Mash up from 5 to 7 PM
Marc Riley's Musical Time Machine
Every Monday 6:30 PM EDT
Programme 2 - The Police
It's 1983. Margaret Thatcher won a landslide victory, the Hitler Diaries were published, and one of the biggest bands on the planet, Police, were on the verge of splitting up.
Their album, Synchronicity, had achieved the Number 1 slot in the UK and the USA partly due to the popularity of the song, Every Breath You Take.
The Police joined David "Kid" Jensen on Radio 1 for a Bank Holiday special, but personal and creative tensions were escalating, and shortly after this they split up.
Featuring extracts from the interview, Marc will catch up with Jensen to see if he was aware of the tensions at the time and whether the split came as a surprise to him.
Acid House - The Next Generation
Tuesday 6:33 PM EDT
Searching for the generation that refused to grow up, Chris Coco discovers the last youth culture movement to make a social impact - Acid House.
Smiley faces, repetitive beats and party nights that never seemed to end, sum up the halcyon days of Acid House in 1988. Twenty years later dance music is still hedonistic, but the early pioneers are now part of the establishment, with families of their own.
By talking to those who were there and those still out on the dancefloor, Chris will explore where those Acid House beats will lead next; whether things will be different this time around for emerging music scenes; and what he should be saying to his own teenage son.
Featuring contributions from Peter Hook, Annie Mac, Chemical Brothers, X-press 2, Pete Tong, Tom Finlay, Carl Cox, Judge Jules, Klaxons and ravers young and old.
This documentary is part of BBC Radio 2's Dance Season.
Every Saturday 2:04 PM EDT
Programme 2: Explosion - 1988-1993
This was dance music's finest hour and a milestone in the history of UK youth culture.
The impact of the first seminal clubs - Shoom, Future, The Trip, Land of Oz and The Hacienda - created a media furore not seen since the emergence of punk.
Although there were subtle but important regional differences in sound, the same spirit was found in the clubs of Glasgow, Stoke, Cardiff, London and Bristol.
Raves moved to bigger outdoor venues, culminating with a three day event for over 30,000 people at Castlemorton in Worcestershire.
Radcliffe and Maconie
Monday and Tuesday - 3 to 5 PM EDT
Wednesday - Glasvegas live session
Thursday - Ade Edmondson pops in
BBC 6 Music
6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 7:00 PM EST
This Week: The Second Summer of Love
Starting on 24th June, twenty years on, there's another chance to hear Zoe Ball's account the acid house phenomenon in 'The Second Summer of Love'. This series was first broadcast in 2004.
6Music Plays It Again Overnight
Every Night at 10 PM EDT
Crossover. Pauline Black tells the story of British black music. 1) the 1950's - Britain becomes an important centre for music. First broadcast in 1992.
Crossover. Pauline Black tells the story of British black music. 2) the late 1950’s and early 1960’s and the role of ports such as Liverpool and Cardiff. First broadcast in 1992.
Crossover. Pauline Black tells the story of British black music. 3) the late 1960’s and the early 1970’s – ska, reggae, mods and skinheads. First broadcast in 1992.
Crossover. Pauline Black tells the story of British black music. 4) the 1970’s and early 1980’s - soul and jazz funk. First broadcast in 1992.
Crossover. Pauline Black tells the story of British black music. 5) Pauline explores the mid 1980’s up to mid 1990’s - rap and hip hop. First broadcast in 1992.
Crossover. Pauline Black tells the story of British black music. 6) black artists as a product and the eventual crossover into the mainstream. First broadcast in 1992.
Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT
Monday - Magic Numbers - Fez Club Reading 2005
Tuesday - Amy Winehouse - Summer Sundae 2004
Wednesday - Futureheads - Truck Festival 2007
Thursday - Tapes N Tapes - Indian Summer 2006
Friday - Inspiral Carpets - Leeds University 1990
Chevalier Brothers - 23/03/1993
Regina Spektor - 30/06/2006
Black Umfolosi - 1990
Glem Snide - 01/06/2005
Elton John - 25/06/1970
Meic Stevens - 25/07/2007
Humble Pie - 17/08/1969
Pulp - 07/11/1981
Piranas - 07/02/1979
Gaye Bikers On Acid - 03/05/1987
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST
Queens of Noize
Friday - 7 PM EST
XFM - London
Monday to Thursday
From 2 PM to 5 PM EST
Monday - Alkaline Trio
Tuesday - Glasvegas
Thursday - Cage The Elephant
Monday to Thursday from 5 PM to 8 PM
Monday – Artist In Residence (rec. 11/6)
Tuesday - Tired Irie – One Night Stand (rec. 2/6)
Wednesday - Buzzin’ Fly 5th Anniversary Special w/ Ben Watt
Thursday - Port O’Brien – One Night Stand (rec. 4/6)
KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic with Nic Harcourt
Live Set beging at 2:15 PM EST
Monday - Death Cab for Cutie
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST
Plants and Animals - 3:00pm
Extra Golden - 9:00pm
Ravens and Chimes - 3:00pm
Dodos - 6:00pm
Head Like A Kite - 3:00pm
Swallow (Sub Pop Anniversary Show w/ Jonathan & Faith) - 9:00pm
Love Battery (Sub Pop Anniversary Show w/ Jonathan & Faith) - 11:00pm
WOXY.com Live Lounge
Seabird - 12:00pm
The Black Angels - 2:30pm
Captain Of Industry - 4:00pm
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT
Monday - Drive-By Truckers
Tuesday - Tift Merritt
Wednesday - Vampire Weekend
Thursday - Carbon/Silicon
Friday - Counting Crows
Little Steven Underground Garage (Ch.25)
Underground Garage Celebrates The 4th of July
Join Little Steven's Underground Garage for some All-American fireworks on the 4th of July weekend. On Friday the 4th, you'll hear Andrew Loog Oldham salute America's greatest artists, and he'll double-up on the weekend to guide a triptych of "Great American Rock 'n' Roll Cities." The Mighty Manfred is throwing a pool party. Genya Ravan salutes those firecracker fillies on her Chicks & Broads special, Kim Fowley hosts some kind of summertime "Love-In" and Bill Kelly plays the biggest songs of July 4th’s past. We're saluting American rock 'n' roll... loud and proud. Earplugs not allowed.
Drew Carey Show
Fri 7/4 4:00 pm ET
Drew Carey, the star of the long-running hit TV sitcom The Drew Carey Show, host of Whose Line Is It Anyway and who just recently replaced the legendary Bob Barker as MC for The Price Is Right returns to the Underground Garage this 4th of July! He learned all about rock 'n' roll radio while listening to this DJ named Kid Leo in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. Now he's playing his faves on Underground Garage!
Left of Center (Ch.26)
Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET
Scarlett Johansson on Left Of Sessions
World-famous actress Scarlett Johansson performs songs from her debut album, Anywhere I Lay My Head, on a special edition of Left of Sessions. Anywhere I Lay My Head features Scarlett’s take on 10 Tom Waits songs plus one original composition.
The Radiohead Story (Part 2 of 4)
6:00 PM–7:00 PM - XMU - XM 43
The story of Radiohead in just under 4 hours. That's what you get here. This 4 part series curated by the BBC will air each Sunday on XMU for 4 weeks.
Theme Time Radio Hour with Bob Dylan
Wednesday - 10AM - 11AM ET - Deep Tracks - XM40
Thursday - Noon - 1PM ET - The Village - XM 15
This week's theme is regular Joe's