Music to wake up to, including a Classic Album Of The Weekend from S'Express and top tunes old and new.
Stuart Maconie launches 6 Music's new weekend breakfast show - a new morning home for fascinating guests, illuminating chat and a feast of great music. Show more
Looking at their influences, their legacy, and their links to pretty much everything from punk to hip hop, Huey gets the Led out to celebrate 50 years of Led Zeppelin. Show more
Listeners themed tune suggestions, Liz is joined by A Flock of Seagulls for Legend In Your Own Lunchtime and chats with a listener about an album they think is All Killer No Filler Show more
Gilles has Words and Music with Brooklyn-based saxophonist and composer James Brandon Lewis. Plus he has a 30 minute mix of vinyls he picked up in New York for The Shakedown. Show more
Craig’s guest this week produced The Funk and Soul Show album of 2018, ‘Free Me’ by J.P. Bimeni & The Black Belts. Show more
Part two of an in-depth conversation with legendary music manager Peter Jenner, who has worked with artists ranging from Pink Floyd to Billy Bragg. Show more
A gorgeous selection of tracks by vocalist Mara Carlyle and composer Max de Wardener including modern R&B, South African superstars and beautifully simple contemporary composition. Show more
Steve Coogan joins Lauren Laverne, Steve Mason is in session for Shaun Keaveny, and Mike Skinner chats to Mary Anne Hobbs. Show more
Little Dragon, Slowthai, Ex:Re and Max Cooper are all in 6 Music's Recommends mix.
Kirsty MacColl at Glastonbury in 1992, plus a session recorded by Stump on 13 January 1987 and one from Joy Division from 31 January 1979 Show more
Alan Freeman explores the origins of popular music in part 2 of his epic series, first broadcast in 1994.