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Acclaimed US composer Alvin Lucier chats to Stuart about his life in music.
Featuring Smokey Robinson, Bob Lind, Booker T and David Thomson on the Sound of Cinema.
Alex and Bob from Franz Ferdinand present an hour of their favourite music. (R)
The Cult recorded live at London's Forum in 1994, plus Wisdom of Harry and Malka Spigel.
2/3 Mark Lamarr considers the soul music of Atlantic Records and its search for new talent.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Unkle.
Hans Zimmer answers the question: 'how important is the soundtrack to a movie?'.
Cerys is joined by acclaimed lyricist Don Black as part of the Sound of Cinema season.
Film composer David Arnold takes a trip to the cinema and plays music from the big screen.
HCB are TCB - Hackney Colliery Band are Taking Care of Business.
A major birthday is upon him, so Jarvis ushers in his Maudlin Mega-Mix.
Tom Robinson and the 6 Music listeners pull together the Ultimate Soundtrack Playlist.
George Monbiot chats to Stuart about music and his philosophies on the English countryside
Tonight's theme is choo choos, or to the more erudite listener, trains.
Don presents a special programme featuring some of his favourite movie soundtrack moments.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Seahorses at Glastonbury 1997, plus BBC sessions from Mojave 3 and Tricky.
3/3 Mark Lamarr focuses on the distinctive Atlantic Records sound.
Monday 16 September 2013