It's Wednesday Whines! If you need to get something off your chest then text us or tweet @BBC6Music. Show more
Tim Burgess joins Lauren and has the first play of his brand new music, plus author Jane Sanderson gives her Social Recall mix. Show more
Mary Anne has a live session from Lisbon based musician Pongo, who is back over in the UK to celebrate the release of her new EP. Show more
Shaun is here again making some noise in between songs so the emergency tape doesn’t kick in. Plus Matt Everitt joins with the latest Music News. Show more
Wednesday afternoon treats include a brand new National Anthem chosen by you, and Robin Ince returns doing what he does best... profiling.
From our London studios it's the one and only Angel Olsen - it's being filmed too. Her current single is called All Mirrors and is rather splendid. Show more
Sessions from Napalm Death, The Bel Rays, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Lyle Lovett, The Sabres Of Paradise.
Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin. This week Mary Anne Hobbs handpicks music from Jlin, Black Midi and Squarepusher.
Alan Freeman takes a look at the controversy generated by the more militant forms of rap. First broadcast 1994 and repeated as part of BBC Radio 6 Music's celebration of hip-hop. Show more
Ronnie Spector presents the story of doo-wop, looking at how the mainstream music industry moved in for a slice of the action as doo-wop took root in US cities. Show more
Phil Lynott's Grand Slam are live in concert from 1984, and there are sessions from These New Puritans and performance art collective Principle Edwards Magic Theatre. Show more
Mary Anne Hobbs presents a weekly 30 minute mix - the Hit Reset Mix.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music, plus exclusive BBC sessions.