Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Lou Sanders shares her Homebound Glory - a tour of her home and a guide to keeping busy in lockdown.
Tori Amos speaks to Gideon Coe about her new book Resistance: A Songwriter's Story of Hope, Change and Courage, and we go back to a special time for a listener in Social Recall. Show more
Mary Anne Hobbs with music from Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Kelis and many more classics
Craig Charles at Teatime
What a way to start the show The Gang Of Four and The Roxy Girls - both class acts. There's a just for fun T Shirt competition and a Parallel Parallel Universe - good news. Show more
A Sound Systems Special featuring 3 hours of Rock'n'Roll, Reggae & Dub & African sounds.
Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
Neil Hannon, the frontman of the Divine Comedy, talks to Matt Everitt about the key moments of his career, his love of Scott Walker and writing opera. First broadcast in 2011. Show more
Alan Freeman takes a look at one of the most enduring double acts in history - musicians and drugs. First broadcast in 1994. Show more
30 minutes on 6 Music
Sheila Chandra continues her history of Asian music in Britain.
Bob Geldof & the Vegetarians of Love in concert in London in 1990, plus a session by Dr. Feelgood recorded on this date (21st January) in 1975 and one by A Guy Called Gerald. Show more