Jo Good delivered early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite), plus Early Breakfast show feature The Mission and a Northern Soul Groove. Show more
Professor Brian Cox joins Shaun once more for his weekly science chat. Plus Matt delivers the music news and Shaun plays a kicking playlist of massive alternative tunes. Show more
Nemone sits in for Lauren Lauren and sets up the week's People's Playlist.
Chris Hawkins sits in for Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie and is joined by 6 Music's newest recruit, Mary Anne Hobbs, who will present the all-new weekend breakfast show. Show more
Steve welcomes in 2013 with a week of forgotten 1980s tracks, featuring everything from The Church, and House of Love to The Go-Betweens and Ministry. Show more
It's Marc's first live session of 2013, and who better to start a new year with than old friends Shrag? Show more
Gideon celebrates the colours yellow, orange and red in song titles, band names, session and concert tracks. All - or at least some - of the musical and colour spectrum is here. Show more
A first-hand account of the swinging sixties from Vicki Wickham, who edited cult television programme Ready Steady Go! and managed Dusty Springfield. Show more
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music without the interruptions of chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions and his Spotlight Act.
Featuring Renaissance at the Golders Green Hippodrome, London in 1977, plus BBC sessions from Bert Jansch and The Merton Parkas. Show more
Alan Freeman continues his epic series with a look at the importance of blues in the evolution of popular music. First broadcast in 1994.