Great music and revealing interviews.
Johnnie talks to the singer-songwriter, actress, '60s icon and rock consort Marianne Faithfull about her new studio album Easy Come, Easy Go.
Johnnie talks to singer-songwriter, actress and '60s icon Marianne Faithfull.
Johnnie talks to musician, producer and composer Nitin Sawhney about his latest album.
The former Mavericks singer Raul Malo plays acoustic tracks from his new album 'Lucky One'.
With award-winning instrumentalist and composer Nitin Sawhney, whose latest album explores how London has changed in the last few years, particularly since the bombings of 7/7.
With the award-winning multi-instrumentalist and composer Nitin Sawhney.
Squeeze lead vocalist and guitarist Glenn Tilbrook joins Johnnie for a chat about his solo album with his band The Fluffers.
Squeeze lead vocalist and guitarist Glenn Tilbrook joins Johnnie for a chat.
Iain performs tracks from his solo album.
Dublin girl Imelda May performs in session.
Dublin girl Imelda May performs in session with her contemporary twist to rockabilly and rhythm 'n' blues.
Former Christians keyboardist and vocalist Henry Priestman joins Johnnie for a chat and to perform tracks from his album.
Johnnie is joined by Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter John Mellencamp.
Johnnie is joined by Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter John Mellencamp, who performs two songs in the studio.
Johnnie talks to American rock musician and former Eagles member, Don Felder, as he discusses his new autobiography, Heaven and Hell, in which he tells his side of the story of the endless acromony that threatened to tear the band apart on a daily basis.
Don Felder was a member of the Eagles from 1974-1980 and from 1994-2001 and was the primary guitar soloist and co-writer of the Eagles' hit song Hotel California.
Including Pause for Thought at 9.15am, which is part of Faith in the World week.
Johnnie is joined live in the studio by Elbow frontman Guy Garvey
American rock singer-songwriter and musician Jackson Browne joins Johnnie for a chat about his first album in six years.
His world tour will reach the UK in March next year.
Featuring Johnnie's pick of the best music.
Including Pause for Thought at 9.15am.
Johnnie interviews Steve Cropper, founder member of Booker T and the MG's and The Mar-Keys.
Cropper was involved in almost all the records issued by Stax from 1961 to 1970.
Johnnie is joined by Ry Cooder.
Ease into the day with Johnnie sitting in for Terry Wogan.
Including Pause for Thought at 9.
Johnnie is joined for a chat and a session with New York born acoustic blues guitar player, Eric Bibb, who performs songs from his latest album.
Afternoon entertainment from Johnnie.
Johnnie's guest this week is Bruce Springsteen's E-Street band guitar virtuoso, Nils Lofgren.