Music Club, The

Simon Mayo reflects the album chart and new releases.

Episodes

TitleRepeatedComments
Summary20071203
20080107
20070416
20070423
20070430
20070507
20070514
20070521
20070528
20070604
20070611
20070618
20070702
20070709
20070716
20070723
20070730
20070806
20070813
20070820
20070827
20070903
20070910
20070917
20070924
20071001
20071008
20071015
20071029
20071105
20071112
20071119
20071126
20071210
20071217

Simon Mayo reflects the album chart and new releases.

His guests are Raul Midon and Genesis.

Featuring Jean Michel Jarre and Colbie Caillat.

With a special programme on U2's Joshua Tree album.

Guests are Alison Moyet and Thomas Dolby.

Simon Mayo presents an intimate night of music and conversation with Mark Knopfler, recorded recently in front of a small audience at the BBC Maida Vale studios.

The star talks to Simon about his new album, his musical tastes and why he bought his first 'red' guitar.

He also tells of his love for the famous National guitar which graces the cover of Brothers in Arms.

Mark and his band play a number of new songs as well as old favourites from his solo career and the Dire Straits back catalogue.

Guests are David Jordan and David Gray.

Michael Stipe talks about REM's first live album in their 27-year career, recorded at the Point Theatre in Dublin in February 2005.

Guests include Dave Gahan (of Depeche Mode fame) and Kate Rusby.

Lauren Laverne sits in for Simon Mayo, and looks at the album chart and new releases.

Simon Mayo counts down the album chart top 20.

In a special programme to mark the 30th anniversary of the album that propelled Bob Marley onto the world stage, Simon Mayo talks in-depth to Island Record's Chris Blackwell about the making of Exodus and his extensive work signing, recording and befriending Marley.

Featuring BBC archive material.

Simon Mayo reflects the album chart and new releases.

Simon Mayo reflects the album chart and new releases.

His guests are Raul Midon and Genesis.

Featuring Jean Michel Jarre and Colbie Caillat.

With a special programme on U2's Joshua Tree album.

Guests are Alison Moyet and Thomas Dolby.

Simon Mayo presents an intimate night of music and conversation with Mark Knopfler, recorded recently in front of a small audience at the BBC Maida Vale studios.

The star talks to Simon about his new album, his musical tastes and why he bought his first 'red' guitar.

He also tells of his love for the famous National guitar which graces the cover of Brothers in Arms.

Mark and his band play a number of new songs as well as old favourites from his solo career and the Dire Straits back catalogue.

Guests are David Jordan and David Gray.

Michael Stipe talks about REM's first live album in their 27-year career, recorded at the Point Theatre in Dublin in February 2005.

Guests include Dave Gahan (of Depeche Mode fame) and Kate Rusby.

Lauren Laverne sits in for Simon Mayo, and looks at the album chart and new releases.

Simon Mayo counts down the album chart top 20.

In a special programme to mark the 30th anniversary of the album that propelled Bob Marley onto the world stage, Simon Mayo talks in-depth to Island Record's Chris Blackwell about the making of Exodus and his extensive work signing, recording and befriending Marley.

Featuring BBC archive material.

Summary20080107
20071203
20070416
20070423
20070430
20070507
20070514
20070521
20070528
20070604
20070611
20070618
20070702
20070709
20070716
20070723
20070730
20070806
20070813
20070820
20070827
20070903
20070910
20070917
20070924
20071001
20071008
20071015
20071029
20071105
20071112
20071119
20071126
20071210
20071217

Simon Mayo reflects the album chart and new releases.

Simon Mayo reflects the album chart and new releases.

His guests are Raul Midon and Genesis.

Featuring Jean Michel Jarre and Colbie Caillat.

With a special programme on U2's Joshua Tree album.

Guests are Alison Moyet and Thomas Dolby.

Simon Mayo presents an intimate night of music and conversation with Mark Knopfler, recorded recently in front of a small audience at the BBC Maida Vale studios.

The star talks to Simon about his new album, his musical tastes and why he bought his first 'red' guitar.

He also tells of his love for the famous National guitar which graces the cover of Brothers in Arms.

Mark and his band play a number of new songs as well as old favourites from his solo career and the Dire Straits back catalogue.

Guests are David Jordan and David Gray.

Michael Stipe talks about REM's first live album in their 27-year career, recorded at the Point Theatre in Dublin in February 2005.

Guests include Dave Gahan (of Depeche Mode fame) and Kate Rusby.

Lauren Laverne sits in for Simon Mayo, and looks at the album chart and new releases.

Simon Mayo counts down the album chart top 20.

In a special programme to mark the 30th anniversary of the album that propelled Bob Marley onto the world stage, Simon Mayo talks in-depth to Island Record's Chris Blackwell about the making of Exodus and his extensive work signing, recording and befriending Marley.

Featuring BBC archive material.

Simon Mayo reflects the album chart and new releases.

His guests are Raul Midon and Genesis.

Featuring Jean Michel Jarre and Colbie Caillat.

With a special programme on U2's Joshua Tree album.

Guests are Alison Moyet and Thomas Dolby.

Simon Mayo presents an intimate night of music and conversation with Mark Knopfler, recorded recently in front of a small audience at the BBC Maida Vale studios.

The star talks to Simon about his new album, his musical tastes and why he bought his first 'red' guitar.

He also tells of his love for the famous National guitar which graces the cover of Brothers in Arms.

Mark and his band play a number of new songs as well as old favourites from his solo career and the Dire Straits back catalogue.

Guests are David Jordan and David Gray.

Michael Stipe talks about REM's first live album in their 27-year career, recorded at the Point Theatre in Dublin in February 2005.

Guests include Dave Gahan (of Depeche Mode fame) and Kate Rusby.

Lauren Laverne sits in for Simon Mayo, and looks at the album chart and new releases.

Simon Mayo counts down the album chart top 20.

In a special programme to mark the 30th anniversary of the album that propelled Bob Marley onto the world stage, Simon Mayo talks in-depth to Island Record's Chris Blackwell about the making of Exodus and his extensive work signing, recording and befriending Marley.

Featuring BBC archive material.