Run-DMC's self-titled debut album (1984) is Chris' Classic Album of the Weekend.
Singer-songwriter Conor Oberst of indie band Bright Eyes shares his First, Last and Everything and Mark and Stuart present a feast of great music and chat for weekend breakfast. Show more
Cerys discovers Indonesian flavours with Coconut and Sambal writer Lara Lee. Plus records from legendary Blue Note artists and Jazz 625 archive from Dizzy Gillespie. Show more
Composer Max Richter talks to Hans Zimmer, Hildur Guðnadóttir, and Angélica Négron about how they convey emotion in their work, and why it's difficult to create something simple. Show more
It's a family affair this week, as we have two tunes chosen by Guy's brother - Marcus Garvey th' actor and Beckapedia, Guy's sister chooses one tune - a classic. Show more
Yesterday was World Television Day so Amy's keeping the spirit alive with an appropriately curated show.
They'll also be your chance to contribute with a Lazy Sunday suggestion. Show more
Off the back of recent New Order and Prince re-issues which both feature a bundle of unheard treats, we're looking for killer alternative versions of your favourite 6 Music tunes.
Stuart revisits the British duo’s expansive and playful 1997 IDM album Not for Threes. Plus, playful 1980’s art-punk, theatrical avant-rock and ominous experimental electronics. Show more
Don's selections cross time, space and genre and include another piece of Crucial Vinyl. This week it's the Band’s self-titled second album, released in 1969. Show more
Cillian curates a nocturnal playlist, made for after midnight. Featuring music both old and new -ranging from afrobeat to electronica, jazz, spoken word and poetry. Show more
Gemma Cairney is your guide on a sonic journey through experimental music, soundscapes, spoken word and documentary from exciting, fresh and emerging British artists. Show more
Sophie is back! Last time she wasn’t completely won round, so James goes all in with the crowd-funded debut album Kiid from Mal Devisa.
James has selected one of the biggest indie albums of the year for Joe's second appearance on the pod, Teens of Denial from songwriter Will Toledo's Car Seat Headrest.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.