Chris Hawkins presents a Movie 5 Fif-theme Request and The Name Game reaches the tricky letter O. Plus a great mix of early morning music, natch. Show more
Middle Age Shout Outs, the (anti) pastie budget and a brilliant poem about Twitter from Murray Lachlan Young - each verse being 140 characters long, the maximum length of a tweet! Show more
In a Friday finale, prolific musician and record label boss Jack White chats to Mark about his new solo album, Blunderbuss. Show more
Lammo kicks the weekend off in style with your Friday Free For All suggestions, plus he talks to another Good Day Bad Day caller and launches another corking National Anthem. Show more
Tom Robinson reflects seven days of online music conversation on air, as listeners collaborate to build a themed playlist around the week's most talked about artists and events.
Tom presents a 20-minute guest mix from Lancastrian experimental singer-songwriter Rob St John, plus a listener's charity shop find in Charity Drop and My Favourite Animal and Me. Show more
Stuart's guest is Anne Hilde-Neset from Wire magazine. Inspired by Stuart's recent featured album William Basinski's Disintergration tapes, Anne choses a selection of records around the theme of decay Show more
Highlights from a birthday week on 6 Music - John Lydon chats to Paul Weller, Spiritualized and Orbital play live, and Sinead O'Connor talks to Radcliffe and Maconie. Show more
Chris Hawkins presents Ride recorded live at London's Town and Country Club in 1991.
1988-1989: In the final part of the series, Paul McCartney discusses 1988-1989 with presenter Mike Read. Show more
Featuring Graham Coxon recorded at London's Southbank as part of 6 Music's recent 10th birthday celebrations, plus BBC sessions from Martha and The Muffins, and The Pop Group. Show more