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Famously reclusive Kraftwerk founder Ralf Hutter interviewed by Andrew Collins in 2003.
Getting you ready for Friday with back to back music, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
20/52 Alan Freeman looks at the folk protest movement from 1960 to 1965.
Featuring The Penguin Cafe Orchestra at Glastonbury in 1994.
The Hawk plays out one of your musical discoveries.
It's Friday! Expect Prof Brian Cox, Murray Lachlan Young and MASOs. Done.
Lauren Laverne with all the latest movie news in Friday Film Club and Memory Tapes.
Mark and Stuart are joined by actor, stand-up and joke-amotive Tim Vine.
Steve looks forward to the weekend with an amazing collection of music.
As 6 Music Celebrates Kraftwerk, Tom asks listeners to help put together a playlist.
Tom presents a 20-minute guest mix from west coast surf rock four-piece Two Wounded Birds.
Techno titan Graham Massey of 808 State presents his heroes of the electric violin.
All the best bits from a week on 6 Music in one neat hour.
Chris Hawkins presents The Cardigans at London's Royal Albert Hall in 1999.
21/52 Alan Freeman continues to look at the folk protest movement of the mid 1960s.
James Yorkston live in Rotherham in 2002, plus Hope of the States and CSS in session.
A great mix of music for the weekend.
Saturday 4 February 2012