Steve Lamacq tells the story of the Coldplay with exclusive interviews with the band.
A look back on the Beatle's final public performance - a rooftop concert in 1969.
Tom Robinson presents a look back over the first ten years of the Latitude Festival.
Documentaries and features from the archive.
A soundscape of 1970 - a guide to the year's events with news clips and music.
Justine Frischmann explores the role of women in music.
Stuart Grundy presents a series looking back on events and music from 1955 to 1979.
Stuart Maconie celebrates the 40th Anniversary of The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour.
Miranda Sawyer and guests explore different ways of looking at music,
Featuring mixes from a variety of guests
Christmas and New Year on 6 Music
Coverage of the Latitude Festival from Henham Park in Suffolk.
Laura Marling, PiL, Gruff Rhys and Graham Coxon help celebrate 10 years of 6 Music.
Comedy performers take over 6 Music, playing some of their favourite tracks.
Irish broadcaster Dave Fanning celebrates the music of Ireland.
Mystery Jets and Slow Club play The Leadmill to celebrate its thirty-fifth anniversary.
Neneh Cherry looks at the role of the cassette in music history.
Sean Rowley charts The Chemical Brothers' rise to fame and introduces live highlights.
A run-down of the top-selling new music in the UK, plus a look at charts from years past
One artist. One concert. 6 Music delves into the vast BBC music archive.
Three days of live music and conversation, reflecting the spirit of 6 Music.
Heaven 17 and La Roux join forces in 2010, plus electronic highlights from the archive.
Live concerts recorded specially for 6 Music.
BBC 6 Music presents exclusive live concerts from the best singers, songwriters and bands
BBC 6 Music presents live sessions from the BBC's historic Maida Vale studios.
6 Music presents gems from the vast BBC archive including concerts and live sessions.
A series in which artists talk about their favourite music and biggest influences.
Classic music documentaries from the BBC Archive
Steve comes live from the Royal Albert Hall for the very first 6 Music Prom.
Radio 1, Radio 2 and 6 Music battle it out in the first ever 6 Music Quiz.
A look at the week's new releases.
The BBC 6 Music presenters host a 12-hour spree of quality new music
A rare chance to hear highlights from John Peel's Radio 1 programmes from 1968.
A list of 6 Music's albums of the year with each track introduced by a different presenter
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Mark Lamarr scours his record collection and brings you his beginner's guide to reggae.
Paul Jones presents a series exploring the blues.
Documentary about rap and hip hop music.
The story of the Welsh indie-rock band.
Lenny Kravitz celebrates the life and music of Curtis Mayfield.
Lenny Kravitz pays tribute to Curtis Mayfield's life and achievements.
Four shows presented by British actors and directors
Various presenters take over 6 Music for a month of Sundays.
Both New York and London have claimed the punk movement as their own, but who is right?
Jez Lowe explores a 200-year-old tradition of songwriting from the north-east of England.
Poly Styrene, who passed away recently, interviewed by Marian Lewinski.
Roger McGough narrates the pivotal breakthrough year for the mop-topped Fab Four.
Music, chat and entertainment with Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish
Expect wit, flights of fancy and a selection of sensational tunes.
Adam Buxton embarks on a journey through the weird and wonderful world of David Bowie.
Adam Buxton lovingly crafts a weekly compilation tape for listeners, based on a theme.
Neneh Cherry tells the story of musical pioneer and cultural revolutionary Fela Kuti.
Chris Jagger showcases the work of broadcaster and bandleader Alexis Korner.
Alison Goldfrapp takes time out from touring to spin some of her favourite tracks.
Noel Gallagher and Damon Albarn talk to Sean Rowley about the music that shaped them.
Documentary covering the career of rock 'n' roll band The Small Faces.
Mark Sutherland explores the alternative side of the 1980s music scene.
The story of Northern Ireland's post-punk scene.
Matt Everitt reports on the sudden death of Amy Winehouse and looks back on her career.
Exclusively BBC Radio Ulster events, from the September 2012 East Belfast Arts Festival
BBC Radio Ulster
Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock tells the story of punk rock.
Spend a lazy Saturday morning with Andrew Collins and Josie Long.
Famously reclusive Kraftwerk founder Ralf Hutter interviewed by Andrew Collins in 2003.
Bjork talks to Miranda Sawyer about the creative process of her songwriting.
The Rolling Stones guitarist talks about his incredible life and times.
Recordings from the BBC archives.
Johnnie Walker tells the story of the Atlantic Records label.
Mark Lamarr presents a series documenting the role of Atlantic Records in soul music.
A guide to the events of the decade with news clips and music.
Paul and Linda McCartney and the story of Wings.
Two artists join each other to perform in the 6 Music Hub
Tom showcases the best new online tunes from upcoming artists.
This show is no longer on-air. Visit the links below for Tom's current shows.
The BBC Philarmonic presents Richard Hawley as part of 6 Music Celebrates Live Music.
Cerys Matthews joins Mary Ann Kennedy and Lopa Kothari live from Womad.
Mary Anne Hobbs presents performances from Nils Frahm and A Winged Victory for the Sullen.
Bob Harris charts the history of iconic surf band The Beach Boys.
Craig Charles finds out how the city of Liverpool shaped the Beatles.
The story of the many live session recordings The Beatles made for the BBC.
Brian Matthew presents a documentary about The Beatles.
Record producer Chris Thomas looks back on his work on the 1968 release by The Beatles.
The story alternative rock singer, musician and producer Beck.
Marc Almond delivers a personal exploration of the life and works of Jacques Brel
Dermot O'Leary presents the story behind the Christmas classic Fairytale of New York.
BBC Radio 2
Brinsley Forde presents an intimate profile of Jamaican star Bob Marley.
Boy George looks back on Studio 54, arguably the most decadent disco in history.