Hello there, and wow, what a week of guests in this podcast. It's of course, best listened to on BBC Sounds. Other podcast apps are available, but quite frankly, why would you bother with them when there is so much good content here on BBC Sounds?
Here's a run down of all those amazing guests:
Johnny Marr on why he loves playing live more now than being in the studio.
Montreal duo Chromeo, that's David Macklovitch (Dave 1) and Patrick Gemayel (P-Thugg), talk about their album Head Over Heels.
Director Mike Leigh, yes him, speaks about his epic historical drama Peterloo which is based on the tragic Peterloo Massacre which happened in Manchester nearly 200 years ago.
Connan Mockasin has a new five part film called Bostyn ‘n Dobsyn. It's about a music teacher called Bostyn, his student Dobsyn, and Bostyn's band called Jassbusters, which is also the name of Connan's latest album. It sounds complicated, but Connan will explain it all.
There's also a Chain caller with a really interesting job. And an interruption at a gig gave Stuart something to talk about, in fact the gig was by another brilliant guest... The legendary bass player Stanley Clarke.