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With King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
With The Courteeners
Liz Kershaw catches up with Middleton band The Courteeners.
The Jacksons stop by the studio
Highlights from this year's Latitude Festival, plus a guest mix from Orbital.
Frontman Stu Mackenzie reveals his plan to learn a new musical instrument every year.
An immersive audio journey through the city's streets, with Karl Hyde and Elizabeth Alker.
He played Middle Names from his recent album Ape In Pink Marble.
"It's an inaction movie" Toby Jones reflects on the BBC Four show's success.
Showcasing the station's favourite new music finds from the first six months of the year.
Featuring live music from the dark edges of underground electronic music.
Latest features and music playlists from across 6 Music.
Featuring Daft Punk, Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains, Phoenix and more key French acts.
Discover new music from Nine Inch Nails, Orbital and The War on Drugs.
Get details of programmes celebrating gay culture and its journey over the last 50 years.
Which records from the first six months of this year should you give a listen to?
The best in upfront new music, picked by 6 Music presenters.
As the festival comes to a close, we take a look back on 6 Music's defining moments there.
What did we learn from Chris Hawkins' A Brief History of Music Festivals?
The Zephyr Song
Little Red Corvette
What The Hell Is It This Time?
Hear a new interview with Jarvis on Sunday, and The Songs of Scott Walker Prom next Tues.
Jarvis with Scott Walker talk all things BBC Proms and how it came about.
Scott doesn't like looking back at previous albums.
Mary Anne Hobbs brings David Bowie to tears in 1997, with the help of Scott Walker.
Catch-up with the best of our live music sessions.
Paddy joins Marc in the studio with a host of gadgetry for a live session.
Taken from his latest album Ape in Pink Marble.
People Will Always Need Coal is taken from the band's latest album Every Valley.
The French band play the title track from their 6th studio album Ti Amo.
Brussels based Francois & The Atlas Mountains are live in session for Nemone.
They're performing Lines and Shadows, One of These Days and Goose Feather Bed.
This Is The Kit, led by singer-songwriter Kate Stables, is live in session for Lauren.
See performances from Liam Gallagher, Laura Marling, The National, Radiohead and many more.
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