Mark Radcliffe celebrates the pioneers of rhythm and blues, including Ruth Brown.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Stuart Grundy examines the works of Norman Petty and Bill Nelson.
Rod Stewart live at London's Olympia in 1976, plus Bivouac and Kurt Vile in session.
The Hawk chats to Gemma Hayes about her latest album, Let It Break.
Middle Age Shout Outs and Prof Brian Cox.
Music and chat with Lauren.
Paul Heaton is the guest for Stuart's final show of the week.
Andrew Collins sits in for Steve Lamacq with the Friday Free For All.
Tom presents a 20-minute guest mix from Alabama rock 'n' roll musician Dan Sartain.
Simian Mobile Disco take over the 6 Mix.
Andy Votel brings in a selection of tracks he calls 'antique-acid'
Highlights from a week on 6 Music including the big interviews and live music.
Chris Hawkins presents Laura Marling live on the Park Stage at Glastonbury 2010.
The Chemical Brothers live at Glastonbury 1996 plus Primal Scream and The Twang in session
1/11 The story of the record label, presented by Stuart Grundy.
Lots of great early morning music including a long song by Jean Michel Jarre.
Saturday 7 April 2012