CLOUD CULT - CARSON DALY
KID ROCK - LETTERMAN
STEEL TRAIN - CONAN
ADELE - LETTERMAN
JOE COCKER - LENO
SHERYL CROW - CARSON DALY
DR JOHN - LETTERMAN
CYNDI LAUPER - JIMMY KIMMEL
Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Monday From 4 PM EST
This Week - General Fiasco in session
Huw Stephens In New Music We Trust
The Best of BBC Introducing [Best New UK Bands}
Wednesday 4 PM EST
This Week - Lovvers and Lillica Libertine
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST
BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST
UK - Lovvers and Lillica Libertine
Scotland - Departures live in session
Wales - Wrexham gig highlights
Friday Night Web show
Friday Night Mash up from 5 to 7 PM
Sunday web Show from 4 PM
Ed Sullivan and the Gateway to America
Tuesday - 5:33 PM EDT
Joan Rivers marks the sixtieth anniversary of the first-ever Ed Sullivan Show.
Ed Sullivan began his career with a newspaper column and radio show. He moved on to hosting CBS' Toast of the Town in 1948, and made it so popular that it was re-named after him.
The show introduced rock 'n' roll to the baby boomers, and became a vital gateway for British acts intent on breaking America.
Elvis Presley's appearance in September 1956 became notorious for his performance of Hound Dog, but also commanded the largest single audience in television history at 60 million viewers.
Likewise, the Beatles' debut in February 1964 effectively kick-started the British invasion and confirmed the group as a global phenomenon.
Sullivan's unprecedented success came at a time when it was possible for television to unite an audience. With the advent of the Vietnam War the show's ratings suffered, steadily declining until the final show in June 1971.
With contributions from colleagues, performers and critics, Joan will explore how television first captured a mass audience and made superstars of its guests.
Behind the Velvet Rope: Studio 54 Revisited
Saturday - 2:04 EDT
As part of BBC Radio 2's Dance Season, Boy George looks back on the most decadent disco in history: Studio 54.
The New York nightclub became symbolic of the disco era - and the world's first super club. Its hedonistic excesses were the stuff of legend, yet within three years it was gone.
Featuring interviews with Carmen D'Alessio, Nile Rodgers, and roller-skating drag queen Rollerena, as well as bartenders, dancers and a rare interview with the gatekeeper of cool himself, Mark Benecke.
Marc Riley's Musical Time Machine
Monday 6:30 PM EDT
Programme 4 - Nicky Wire
The Musical Time Machine journeys back to 1996, where following the release of the hugely successful album Everything Must Go, Manic Street Preachers were in the public's eye.
They were also famous for the disappearance of bandmate Richey James, the previous year.
Nicky Wire joined Jo Wiley on her Radio 1 show. Tired of speaking on behalf of his absent bandmate, Wire gave a frank and honest view of his experiences of the past year, and his hopes for the future.
Broadcasting extracts from that interview, Marc will also speak to Jo Wiley about her own memories of that show.
Radcliffe and Maconie
Monday and Tuesday - 3 to 5 PM EDT
Monday - Neon Neon live session
Tuesday - Spider from The Pogues chats
Wedsday - The Hold Steady play live
Thursday - Sally Lindsa
BBC 6 Music
6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 4:30 PM EST
This Week - Iron Maiden vocalist and 6 Music presenter Bruce Dickinson recalls pivotal moments in the development of rock and metal in his 6-part series 'Masters of Rock' - first broadcast in 2003
6Music Plays It Again Overnight
Every Night at 10 PM EDT
Guitar Greats. Ritchie Blackmore talks about his life and career. First broadcast in 1983.
Guitar Greats. Alexis Korner assesses the life and career of Steve Miller. First broadcast in 1983.
Guitar Greats. Carlos Santana talks about his life and career. First broadcast in 1983.
Guitar Greats. Alexis Korner assesses the life and career of Joe Walsh. First broadcast in 1983.
Guitar Greats. Scotty Moore talks to Alexis Korner about his life and career. First broadcast in 1983.
Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT
Monday - Sons And Daughters - Summer Sundae 2005
Tuesday - Haircut 100 - Brimingham 1982
Wednesday - Howling Bells - Summer Sundae 2006
Thursday - Echo And The Bunnymen- Improv Theatre London 1999
Friday -Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians - Kentish Town & Country 1991
Comet Gain - 17/03/1996
Daisy Chainsaw - 15/10/1992
Come - 02/04/1992
Twang - 28/08/2007
Joe Jackson 21/02/1979
Tricky - 09/12/1996
Julian Cope - 17/06/1989
Dandelion Adventure - 13/05/1990
O'm So Hollow - 13/08/1980
Queens of Noize
Friday - 7 PM EST
Weekday 8 - 11 AM EST
Thursday - Issy Suttie
Monday and thursday
Tuesday - The Wave Machines
Wednesday - White Denim
Thursday - Liam Finn
XFM - London
Monday to Thursday
From 2 PM to 5 PM EST
Monday - The Maybes
Tuesday - Black Kids
Thursday - The Hold Steady
Monday to Thursday from 5 PM to 8 PM
Monday - The Wedding Present – Artists In Residence / X-Posure Live Set - Metronomy
Tuesday - X-Posure Album Playback – Black Kids ‘Partie Traumatic’ (Almost Gold)
Wednesday - Wild Beasts – One Night Stand / X-Posure Live Sets – thecocknbullkid & They Came From
Thursday - Dr Slaggleberry – One Night Stand / Machines Don’t Care – Live Studio Guests
KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic with Nic Harcourt
Live Set beging at 2:15 PM EST
Monday - Little Jackie
Thursday - Alla
Friday - Ximena Sarinana
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST
Grand Archives - 3:00pm
Foals - 3:00pm
James Hunter - 4:30pm
Kode9 - 7:30pm
The Fluid - 3:00pm
Les Thugs - 3:00pm
The Maldives - 10:00pm
Constantines - 3:00pm
Born Anchors - 9:00pm
Past Lives - 11:00pm
WOXY.com Live Lounge
Tuesday - The Bloodsugars - 2:00pm
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT
Monday - The B-52's
Tuesday - The Watson Twins
Wednesday - Goldfrapp[Lillywhite Sessions]
Thursday - Abigail Washburn & The Sparrow Quartet
Friday - Sergio Mendes