The Hawk helps you early morning risers with some cool alternative anthems and new tunes.
Shaun Keaveny is joined in the studio by genius punslinging trio Pappy's, and Foals deliver hte first instalment of their tour diary. Show more
Lauren Laverne with big musical guests and hilarious musings, plus Empire editor Mark Dinning rounding up the latest movie releases in the Friday Film Club. Show more
Andrew Collins sits in for Nemone and talks to actor Ian Hart about his role in A Boy Called Dad, plus there are more tracks picked by The Auteurs' Luke Haines. Show more
Richard Bacon hosts a debate with the Conservative's John Wittingdale, Labour's Margaret Hodge and Don Foster of the Liberal Democrats, asking how the election will affect music. Show more
Lammo kicks the weekend off in style, chatting with the kids from Aberdeen Student Radio and meeting unsigned band The Wutars. Show more
A special show featuring highlights from BBC Introducing on 6 Music Live, showcasing bands handpicked by Tom Robinson and Steve Lamacq. Show more
Bruce is joined by guitar icon Slash, who talks about his new solo album, his excitement about playing live again and the current situation with Velvet Revolver. Show more
Spanish Go-Go club sounds, with a piquant hint of Psych. Ole it's the Freakier Zone.
An Introducing Week special with Tom Robinson offering up 30 minutes worth of the best new music ever played on 6 Music Introducing. Show more
Stephen Bass, Viv Albertine, Mark Morris, Frank Turner, Rob Ince, Mark Sutherland, Sean Adams, Frankie Francis and Andrew Collins give their opinions on the week's releases. Show more
Featuring Stone The Crows live at the Paris Theatre in London with an introduction by John Peel. Show more
Johnnie Walker looks at how Aretha Franklin, the queen of soul, got signed by Atlantic Records, making her a global superstar and a key voice of the civil rights movement. Show more
Chris Hawkins introduces gems from the BBC's unique live music archive, featuring Depeche Mode from 1982, plus sessions from Yo La Tengo and The Proclaimers.