The first show celebrates a musical renaissance, with features from North London's enigmatic MC Little Simz, Croydon poet Denzel Himself, and a UK television debut from New York's Joey Bada$$
The second show celebrates 'freedom of creation' with features and performances from Edinburgh trio and Mercury Prize nominees Young Fathers and five-piece soul band The Hics.
The third show features performances from Canadian songwriter Jessy Lanza and London duo Panes, plus spoken word from Tommy Sissons.
Live music and dance culture are celebrated in the final show, with features and performances from Etta Bond, Novelist and Raury, plus music from Todd Terje, Chet Faker and Darq E Freaker.
The first programme showcases performances and films from Levelz and Homeboy Sandman, plus music from Kojey Radical and Novelist
The series goes inside the enigmatic mind of LA rapper Earl Sweatshirt and the bedroom of Lewisham's Novelist. There's music from Action Bronson and Bizarre Inc, and Shura talks pop.
The music series introduces London collective Space Age, Bradford brothers Sister Wanzala, and MC Pinty. There's spoken word from Tommy Sissons, and music from Kim Taylor, Borns and Onoe Caponoe.
Songhoy Blues mix Malian history with modern influences and MNDSGN makes beats and breakfast. Plus a look at Portuguese record label Principe, and spoken word from Tommy Sissons and Young Fathers.
Slaves crank up the volume with a musical performance, Kojey Radical explains why you should never compromise, we're welcomed into the world of DJ Monki, and there's a cult classic from The Streets
Featuring acid house and jungle legend A Guy Called Gerald and hip hop newcomer Benny Mails. Plus drummer Kwake explains the Amen Break, and Tala explores music in the Middle East.
Performances and films from United Vibrations, Lone, 808 Ink and Neverland Clan, plus music from Mura Masa and Rocks Foe, feature in the music and youth culture show
Featuring sound system culture with King Tubby's, a portrait of photographer Vicky Grout, the musical legacy of Newham Generals, and live performances by Cassels and Kojey Radical
Featuring Lewisham local Ray BLK and Toronto hip-hop jazz crew BadBadNotGood, bespoke films from DJ Moxie and Vicktor Taiwo, plus music and videos from Shenoda, Dead Dred and NxWorries
Films by Awesome Tapes from Africa, DJ Thris Tian and photographer Imraan Christian, plus music from Little Simz , Vitamin X and a special live performance by Michael Kiwanuka
Featuring films by independent artists Tariq Disu and Danny Trash, James Blake talking 1-800 Dinosaur, spoken word by Tommy Sissons, music from Mala and a live performance by seminal grime artist Trim
Performances from Fredwave, Skinshape and Law Holt, and a unique live show by Paranoid London. Also featuring Levelz, The Basement, and videos by Mickey Lightfoot and Slow Thai.
We made a breakfast show on Facebook featuring Madam X, Thris Tian and Skillit. Relive it.
Hosts David Vujanic, Madam X and Thris Tian introduce the freshest music, comedy and culture including Slow Thai, Oscar #Worldpeace and a studio session with rap sensation Enoch
Yellow Days, House Gospel Choir and lovers rock artist Winston Brown are introduced by hosts David Vujanic, Madam X and Thris Tian. Plus there's a feature with club night The Hydra.
Hosts David Vujanic, Madam X and Thris Tian present a performance by grime legend P Money, an access piece with grime video pioneer Risky Roadz, and music from Courage and Giggs
Music from The Future Sound of London, Princess Nokia and Irish rapper Rejjie Snow is introduced by hosts David Vujanic, Madam X and Thris Tian. Plus drum and bass legend Goldie talks yoga.
David Vujanic, Madam X and Thris Tian present performances by J Hus and Moses Boyd, music from Shy FX, DJs Fabio and Grooverider talking about the roots of jungle music, and comedy by Nick Marston
Live performance from Jaykae and Murkage Dave, the diverse sounds of the UK jazz scene, and music by Casisdead, Ace T and Yung Chef, presented by David Vujanic, Madam X and Thris Tian