More from Bob Dylan's Blood On The Tracks which is Chris' Classic Album of the Weekend to mark 45 years since it topped the American Charts. Show more
Synth-pop singer-songwriter La Roux shares her 'First, Last and Everything' and Mark and Stuart present a feast of great music and chat for weekend breakfast. Show more
Cerys talks to Sir Michael Palin about his travels around the world, Monty Python and music. Plus there's live music from The Lost Brothers. Show more
Todd Haynes joins Miranda Sawyer to talk about his new film Dark Waters as well as Carol, I'm Not There, Velvet Goldmine and Far from Heaven. Show more
Amy looks ahead to the 6 Music Festival with a two hour selection of her favourite Camden related tunes.
They'll also be your chance to contribute with a Lazy Sunday suggestion. Show more
10 years since their album 'One Life Stand' Alexis and Joe join Tom to put together a 'Hot Chip' show from listener requests. Expect classics, rarities and influences.
Stuart speaks to the experimental singer about her haunting and personal debut album. This week’s featured album is Eden Ahbez’s 1960 exotica record, Eden’s Garden. Show more
The Don blends new music with certified sounds from near and far. This week's Crucial Vinyl is Juju Music, released by King Sunny Adé and his African Beats in 1982. Show more
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
It's back to Glastonbury 2002 for a performance by Haven, and there are sessions from Ezra Furman, Sugarcubes, and India Electric Co. Show more