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6 Music takes a look at the musical influences of some of the UK's most successful writers
Documentary telling the story of Britpop band Blur.
Stuart Maconie's profile of one of the most important British groups of the 1990s.
Pat Nevin, former international footballer and life long muso, spins his favourite tracks.
Documentary about singer-songwriter Paul Simon.
Another chance to hear Paul Weller performing and discussing his songwriting in 2006.
Pauline Black selects two hours of her favourite music.
Stuart Maconie tells the story of modern Britain via the songs that provided a soundtrack.
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Documentary series charting the work of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe
Documentary about the Who guitarist.
A celebration of Ian Dury with Sir Peter Blake, looking over his life and career.
Peter Serafinowicz, the comedian, writer and music fanatic, takes over Saturday morning.
Paul Gambaccini presents the story of the Philadelphia music scene.
Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Madchester scene.
BBC sessions and live performances selected from the archive by the band themselves.
Those closest to Phil Lynott remember his life and work.
The band perform a live set at the Liverpool Echo Arena as part of 5 Live's Big Day Out.
A companion programme to The Record Producers.
A chance to hear Pulp at Rotherham's Auto Festival in 2002.
The Sex Pistols guitarist takes over the airways.
Producer Craig Leon tells the story of American punk rock from the 1960s onwards.
Both New York and London have claimed the punk movement as their own, but who is right?
Vivien Goldman and a cast of punk royalty ask if London or New York can lay claim to punk.
Tom Robinson celebrates the unlikely alliance between punk and reggae.
Gary Moore charts the rise of Jimi Hendrix from session musician to global superstar.
The story of the singer, songwriter and musician.
Mica Paris tells the story of Prince.