A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Sugar.
Katie Puckrik sits in for Mary Anne Hobbs and meets director Asif Kapadia, who talks about his new documentary Amy, which charts the life of the talented and troubled singer. Show more
Huey kicks out the jams and makes all three hours count.
Liz Kershaw is joined by blues musician Leo Green for International Blues Day. Green was playing saxophone for Jerry Lee Lewis at the age of 20. Show more
Gilles speaks to Maft Sai and Chris Menist who are best known for reviving Thai pop music from the 60s and 70s and creating the Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band. Show more
Craig Charles heads back to 1990 in the Funk and Soul Years, so expect tracks by Omar, the Brand New Heavies and A Tribe Called Quest. Show more
Tom chats to Stuart Moxham of cult band Young Marble Giants ahead of their rare live performance at David Byrne's Meltdown event at the Southbank in London. Show more
Stuart winds down to the weekend with a sleep-themed playlist, featuring Matt Berry's Insomnia Tapes and Raymond Scott's Soothing Sounds for Baby. Show more
Highlights of the best bits from the last week of 6 Music.
Chris Hawkins presents Jimmy Lindsay at the BBC's Paris Theatre in 1980, plus sessions from Alternative TV and Lime Headed Dog. Show more
Johnnie Walker looks at how Atlantic signed British acts such as the Rolling Stones, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and others. Show more