FLEET FOXES - Late Night with David Letterman - CBS
COOL KIDS - Jimmy Kimmle Live! - ABC
FLOBOTS - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC
DUKE SPIRIT - Late Night with David Letterman - CBS
N.E.R.D. - Late Night with - Conan O'Brian - NBC
TRISTAN PRETTYMAN - Last Call with CArson Daly - NBC
CONOR OBERST - The Tonight show with Jay Leno - NBC
THE B-52'S - Late Night with - Conan O'Brian - NBC
FROM FIRST TO LAST - Jimmy Kimmle Live! - ABC
AL GREEN Late Night with - Conan O'Brian - NBC
CONOR OBERST - Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson - CBS
CHRIS CORNELL The Tonight show with Jay Leno - NBC
Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Monday From 4 PM EST
This Week: Silvery in session
Huw Stephens In New Music We Trust
The Best of BBC Introducing [Best New UK Bands}
Wednesday 4 PM EST
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST
Tuesday: The Verve - live from Maida Vale
BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST
Scotland: Y'all Is Fantasy Island live in session
Wales:Rhythmcode in the mix.
Friday Night Web show
Friday Night Mash up from 5 to 7 PM
Sunday web Show from 4 PM
Suzi Quatro's Heroes
Suzi Quatro presents a series profiling six of her musical Heroes.
Programme 2 - Jackie DeShannon
Jackie DeShannon has made her mark as both a great interpreter of songs by the best composers and as a successful writer.
A singing star on the radio from the tender age of six, as a teenager she was hanging around with the giants of rock 'n' roll.
She had minor hits with Needles and Pins, and When You Walk In The Room, which were both covered by The Searchers.
Her cover of Bacharach and David's What The World Needs Now Is Love made the US top ten in 1965.
Her biggest hit as a recording artist came four years later, in 1969, with Put A Little Love In Your Heart.
As a songwriter, her first US top five hit was Dum Dum, recorded by Brenda Lee. However it was Bette David Eyes, which Jackie co-wrote with Donna Weiss in 1981 and recorded by Kim Carnes, that was a worldwide smash.
In this edition of the series, Suzi and Jackie compare notes on their struggles as women in the male-dominated world of the music business.
This Wheel's on Fire - The Soundscape of 1968
Tuesday 6:30 PM EDT
Lord Sebastian Coe, who was inspired to join his local athletics club by the 1968 Olympic Games, presents this soundscape.
Taking place in Mexico City, the games saw Britain’s David Hemery win the 400m hurdles in world-record time, and USA’s Bob Beamon become the first long-jumper to leap more than 28ft.
It was also on the victory rostrum, during the US national anthem, that sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised gloved fists in the air as a symbol of defiance in the long struggle for civil rights.
Both athletes were expelled from the Games.
Away from Mexico, the world reeled in turmoil and tragedy with the assassinations of Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, tanks on the streets of Prague, and war in Vietnam.
An aural collage of archive recordings, newsreels, newspaper clips and music, form the latest addition in BBC Radio 2's Soundscape series.
Too Much Too Young:
The Story of 2-Tone
Saturday 1:04 PM
Paul Sexton traces the history of 2-Tone records and the band at its centre - The Specials.
1979 saw Ska explode onto the UK's music scene. Leading the wave were The Specials, who tackled social issues, unemployment and racism through their music.
The band were signed to the 2-Tone label, which was the brainchild of The Specials' Jerry Dammers, who wanted to create his own Motown Records - in Coventry.
2-Tone scored seven hit singles, a top-ten album, and a sell-out UK tour - all within its first year. The label also launched the careers of Madness, The Selector and The Beat.
Featuring new interviews from The Specials, Madness, The Beat and The Selector, Paul will also talk to Pete Waterman, Don Letts and Gary Bushall to follow the highs and lows of the label and its bands.
Radcliffe and Maconie
Monday and Tuesday - 3 to 5 PM EDT
Monday - Cambridge highlights with Mark & Mike Harding
WednesdayFran Healy of Travis joins Mark
Thursday - Mr David Viner live in session
BBC 6 Music
6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 4:30 PM EST
Tuesday and Wednesda: Jarvis Cocker's Musical Map of Sheffield.
6Music Plays It Again Overnight
Every Night at 10 PM EDT
Tuesday - The Police - Synchronicity.
Wednesday - Kate Bush - The Hounds of Love.
Thursday - U2 - The Joshua Tree.
Friday - Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV.
Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT
Concerts 04:00 -04:30
Monday - Kirsty McColl - Fluer 1993
Tuesday - China Drum - Camden 1995
Wednesday - Average White Band - University Of Surrey 1979
Thursday - Tom Vek - Summer Sundae 2005
Friday - Cimarons - Paris Theatre 1979
Go-Betweens - 21/10/1984
Polytechnic - 13/02/2007
The Hitchers - 27/07/1997
St Vincent - 04/09/2007
Ween - 2/04/1993
Chinkinki - 10/05/2005
Rezillos - 31/03/2006
Mystery Jets - 16/05/2005
Zodiac Mindwarp - 11/05/1986
Tippa Irie - 26/06/1985
Weekday from 5-8 PM EDT
Tuesday - Broadcast 2000
Weekend From 8-11 AM EDT
Friday - Simon Evans
Weekday from 2-4 PM EDT
Monday - Grantura
Tuesday - The Sisters of Transistors
Wednesday - Thomas Tantrum
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST
Damien Jurado - 11:00am
The Dexter Street Stompers (The Roadhouse House/Jug Band) - 10:00pm
NOMO - 6:00pm
WOXY.com Live Lounge
Monday - Bowerbirds - 3:30pm
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT
Monday - Sergio Mendes
Tuesday - Catherine Russell
Wednesday - British Sea Power
Thursday - James Hunter
Friday - Coldplay
Little Steven Underground Garage (Ch.25)
Seymour Stein Interview
Sat 8/9 4:00 pm ET
Underground Garage’s Andrew Loog Oldham sits down for a conversation with Seymour Stein, the legendary music mogul who founded Sire Records. Seymour Stein signed the Ramones and for that reason alone he goes down in the annals of rock’n’roll as a true visionary. He also discovered the Pretenders, Talking Heads and a singer from Detroit by the name of Madonna! His resume also includes induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Rebroadcast: Sun., Aug. 10th @ 12 pm ET.
Starbucks XM Cafe
Monday - 8:00 PM–9:00 PM - XM 45
The Gnu Music RevueAn hour of the best of the new stuff featuring Conor Oberst's "Conor Oberst," Joan Osborne's "Little Wild One," Zach Gill's "Stuff" and Neil Halstead's "Oh! Mighty Engine."
XMU A.I.R. Time- This month: Sun -Fold & Annuals
Wednesday - 2:00 PM–4:00 PM - XMU - XM 43
This Week: Bon Savants
Friday - 10:00 PM–11:00 PM - XMU - XM 43
The Student Exchange Program- This Week:WERS - Emerson College
Sunday - 4:00 PM–6:00 PM - XMU - XM 43
Station Link: http://www.wers.org/
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 Radio