The Don's selections include J-Star, John Holt, The Magnetic Fields and Underworld.
Tom is joined by guest Romo and plays session tracks from Natalie Ross.
29/52 Alan Freeman looks back at the rise and fall of punk rock in Britain.
Midnight Oil at Glastonbury in 1993, plus Kid Galahad and Alien Ant Farm in session.
A featured album by Infadels and a long song by Traffic.
Natalie Judge exchanges records with Nemone and Pepe Deluxe share their Most Played.
Cerys is joined by Irish folksinger Christy Moore.
Florence Welch talks about her favourite music, mainly rap, pop and soul.
Huey's speaks to poet, singer, photographer, artist and actor Viggo Mortenson.
Jarvis talks to director Grant Gee about his new film Patience: After Sebald.
John Cale's Music For A New Society gets the featured album treatment.
In this special 6 Mix, Dave Pearce talks to Paul Oakenfold about his life in dance music.
Guy's featured artist is Beck, and his theme is tunes that get ya into the groove.
Don shows his mellow side with tracks from Junior Byles, The Intruders and Hugo Montenegro
Tom is joined by guest the Adamski Kid and plays tracks from The Moth and The Mirror.
30/52 Alan Freeman charts the rise and fall of the ultimate punk band - the Sex Pistols.
Featuring Haven at Glastonbury in 2002, plus BBC sessions from Appendix Out and Moose.
Jon Hillcock sits in for Chris with a great mix of early morning music.
Monday 13 February 2012