Introductory episode touching all psychedelic bases to wet your whistle.
Find out why Timothy Leary scares Marc and about Syd Barret's sad decline in this episode
Syd Barrett's life story enclosed here - how did he get the name Syd?
Chocolate, Cream and Crazyness - from folk to psychedelia discussed here.
Doors, Donovan and Double David's - bring it on .
The Electric Prunes name isn't sexy - official, so says Marc and Rob.
Flowers in Your Hair - a band wagon song - discuss.
There's music and stories from The Grateful Dead, Grace Slick and war hero Bill Graham.
Music from the Monkees and Jimi Hendrix as we travel through the letter H.
Highlighted - In The Park with the Rolling Stones - the ultimate free gig - 5th July 1969
How much do you not know about Jefferson Airplane - find out in this episode.
Lucy, Leaves, Love. All contained in this here information hot bed.
Movin' moody middling bunch of grapes - that'll be M part 1 then
Middling, moody, misunderstood and magical - that'll be M part 2 then.
Mamas and The Papas deconstructed - that'll be M part 3 then.
N stands for naughty and nice.
O Dear ... let's see how The Other Half Live.
Pigs, pipers and pranksters - that'll be P part 1 then.
In this episode, Janis, George and Trevor that'll be P Part 2 then.
Protests, perfume and prog - Yum Yum - that'll be P part 3 then.
Quick round rolling rockies - splendid.
Exactly what it says on the tin - Sgt Pepper scrutinised.
Strawberry sky seeds - all to be found in S part 2
Marc and Rob can be found skipping round the studio in S part 3.
An episode dedicated to the Small Faces - S part 4.
Sitars, The Salvation Army The Krays feature in S part 5.
S is for sychedelia without the P - that's S part 6.
Seriously stretched out S section concludes in this episode - Phew.
We get it on with T-Rextasy in T Part 1
Hairy Traffic Control, is where T part 2 takes us
Alice B Tocklas, Linda Ronstadt and Dorothy Moskowitz all feature in this episode
Don Van Vliet aka Captain Beefheart- his twisted life, music and undeniable influence
Velvet Underground's debut, artist Klaus Voorman & 'loud band' Blue Cheer
The undisputed genius of Brian Wilson and how Woodstock became a free festival
The Who write a mini opera - rock on Tommy and Eric Clapton leaves the Yardbirds.
The film Yellow Submarine is released in 1968, that could be 50 years ago today
Z is for zappa - TV Zappa? No Frank Zappa.
The Anarchy Tour, Goddard's inspiration for Adam and the Ants and the ‘One Chord Wonders’
The story of Buzzcocks, ‘hardcore’ punk band Bad Brains and the band Blondie
The Clash sign to CBS, New York's CBGB plus the bard of Salford Dr John Cooper Clarke
Find out how Chrissie Hynde was nearly in The Damned and what Dave Vanian did before
Who was Eddie in Eddie and the Hot Rods? Plus punk rock's answer to the Cavern, Erics
Tales of The Fall, the phenomenon of fanzines plus the ubiquitous Factory Records
Story of the goading Bill Grundy interview with Sex Pistols and the furore that followed
The advent of heroin use in the punk scene, plus tributes to Buzzcocks star Howard Devoto
Marc proposes Louis Jordan is the punk godfather and reveals how Sid Vicious got his name
How Jello Biafra was influenced to form ‘Dead Kennedys’, plus the exploits of Jordan
Hear tales about Killing Joke, plus Nick Kent and Kevin Rowland, who formed The Killjoys
Lux Interior of the Cramps, the birth of No Wave plus the most famous Pistols gig
The Ruts singer Malcolm Owen and promoter, Malcolm McLaren, plus the album Marquee Moon
Marc and Rob explore Northern Ireland's punk rock scene and the punk past of Nick Cave
O is for outrage, so be warned. It's also for Gene October and James Newell Osterberg.
P is also for Public Image and the Prefects. Plus we discover just who invented the Pogo
Discover how Freddy Mercury's teeth played a pivotal role in punk. Yes, really.
The secret history of the brothers Ramone and how did John Lydon turn into Johnny Rotten
A brief history of the Stranglers and the murky question - just who introduced spitting?
Stories featuring Siouxsie, Patti Smith and the Skids. Plus Bowie's Starman airs on TV
David Byrne's journey from Dumbarton to Talking Heads, plus Chelsea's 'Part Time Punks'
TV and radio transmissions that brought punk to the nation, or in some cases, didn't...
Why Sid Vicious was named after a hamster, plus how Charlie Harper became a punk hero
Lost Pistol Wally Nightingale, 'not-a-punk-band' Wire and the success of Wreckless Eric
Stories about X-Ray Spex Poly Styrene, The Pop Group's first album 'Y' and Elvis Costello