Liz's eclectic weekend show; with music, features and great guests.
Strange, surprising, Sunday evenings.
Chris Hawkins starts your day with new music, forgotten classics and session tracks.
Irreverent music lover Shaun serves up music, features and entertainment
As many records as we can manage including sessions and concerts from the BBC archive.
Martin Kemp and Steve Norman of Spandau Ballet talk about Soul Boys of the Western World.
Liz chats to Justin Sullivan, founder, frontman and main songwriter with New Model Army.
Liz chats to journalist, writer and musician Vivien Goldman, aka the Punk Professor.
Liz chats to Sandie Shaw, who is celebrating 50 years in the music industry.
Liz is joined by Carl from reformed Leeds indie-rock band Cud.
Craig Charles talks to producer John Morales, creator of the extended mix.
Craig Charles speaks to Lisa Stansfield about her role in the film Northern Soul.
French DJ and producer the Reflex, who has been supported by Craig, is the week's guest.
Craig Charles is joined by Jocelyn Brown.
Listeners set a musical challenge for Craig and his house band, the History Teachers.
Stuart is joined by singer Vashti Bunyan, who talks about her new record.
Stuart chats to Mark Stewart and Gareth Sager from the Pop Group about their upcoming tour
Stuart chats to Tyneside troubadour Richard Dawson about his new album.
Stuart talks to Scott Walker about his new collaboration with drone experts Sunn O))).
Canadian sound artist Tim Hecker joins Stuart ahead of his UK tour to chat about his music
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Richard Ashcroft.
The Hawk wants to know what song you deserve in Name Your Tune.
The Hawk has another edition of The Mission. And what will be Tuesday's Texter?
The Hawk asks what mundane things are niggling you in the Wednesday Whine.
The Hawk has another edition of the 5.15 Request, plus two hours of really great music.
Another six great albums feature in the week's edition of the Early Show CD Club.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Interpol.
One happy listener gets a song they love on the radio in the 5.15 Request.
The Hawk has another edition of the 5.15 Request and the Tuesday Texter.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Beck.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by the Beastie Boys.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins and wants to know what song you deserve.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins with The Mission and the Tuesday Texter.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins and asks what things are niggling listeners.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins with another edition of the 5.15 Request.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins with six great albums in the Early Show CD Club.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins with a featured album by the Shins.
Chris Hawkins launches the 6 Music Mr Men Musical Mission.
It is Friday and that can only mean one thing - Middle-Age Shout-Outs.
TV chef Tom Kerridge joins Shaun.
Prof Brian Cox talks about new TV series The Human Universe.
Shaun is after Earworms, plus Matt Everitt has the latest music news.
Shaun Keaveny's Rocktober continues and Matt Everitt chats with Pink Floyd.
Friday sees more Middle-Age Shout-Outs.
Iggy Pop joins Shaun Keaveny ahead of his John Peel lecture at the Radio Festival.
Alex Carter and Kerry Howard join Shaun to talk about new TV show Give Out Girls.
Shaun is joined by musical comedian Rachel Parris ahead of her run of Live in Vegas shows.
Thursday sees Cardinal Burns join Shaun, plus he continues the Rocktober playlist.
Friday can only mean Middle-Age Shout-Outs.
Noel Fielding joins Shaun to chat about his upcoming UK tour.
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan joins Shaun to chat about the band's new single.
Wednesday sees QI chief John Lloyd join Shaun to chat about the show's new book.
Shaun continues his Rocktober quest for classic rock songs to play.
Monday sees actor James Nesbitt joining Shaun to chat about new TV drama The Missing.
Tuesday sees Prof Brian Cox join Shaun for his weekly science chat.
Jimmy Page joins Shaun to chat about the Album of the Day, 1971's Led Zeppelin IV.
Thursday sees Shaun open up the Small Claims Court for more small claims to fame.
Shaun is back and after listeners' Earworms, plus Matt Everitt has the latest music news.
Shaun Keaveny opens up the Small Claims Court to hear listeners' claims to fame.
Shaun is after listeners' Earworms, plus Billy Idol chats about his new book and album.
Shaun is after listeners' Earworms, plus Matt Everitt joins him with the latest music news
The Housemartins live in 1987, plus the Associates, Adam Green, Beat Mark and others.
The Bees live in 2004, plus Ash, Beth Jeans Houghton, 999, ACR and Ali Farka Toure.
Anna Calvi live in 2012, plus Amon Duul II, the Detroit Cobras, 14 Iced Bears and others.
The Byrds in concert from 1970, plus Die Toten Hosen, 1000 Violins, Ambulances and others.
Featuring the White Stripes live in 2011, plus Codeine, A Certain Ratio and others.
The House of Love live in 1992, plus the Chills, the Eighteenth Day of May and others.
Baaba Maal in concert from 1998, plus Chapterhouse, the Vibrators and others.
British Sea Power live, plus Buffalo Tom, David Bowie, Madness, Mulatu Astatke and more.
Michael Franti & Spearhead live, plus Boards of Canada, Cocteau Twins, 400 Blows and more.
Big Audio Dynamite in concert, plus Joy Division, Bearsuit, Fatima Mansions and others.
AC/DC in concert, plus the Bhundu Boys, the Archie Bronson Outfit, Gene and others.
Judee Sill in concert, plus Dexys, Grandaddy, the Deighton Family, Deus and Attab Haddad.
Broken Social Scene live in 2006, plus Dreadzone, Bad Dress Sense and Jeff and Jack Lewis.
Art Brut live in 2005, plus Marc Riley and the Creepers, Labradford and Daniel Johnston.
Be-Bop Deluxe live in 1978, plus Doo Rag, Damien Jurado, the Noseflutes and others.
Gideon plays three hours of records inspired by the products of the grape and the grain.
Bjork live in 1993, plus Scars, Cat Power, Guided by Voices, Beach House and John James.