Erol Alkan returns to the 6 Mix with two hours of beats, bleeps and bass. (R)
6 Music's celebration of dance culture reaches its final week with the former Hacienda DJ. (R)
The Jesus and Mary Chain live in 1998 plus Help Stamp Out Loneliness and The BMX Bandits.
2/6 Charlotte Greig looks back at the groups produced by Phil Spector.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album from Inspiral Carpets.
Nemone welcomes Irish actor Cillian Murphy in to the studio to talk music and stories.
Cerys celebrates the written word with Trembling Bells and Bonnie 'Prince' Billy live.
1/4 Novelist Jake Arnott shares his musical influences.
Huey pays tribute to Beastie Boys founder Adam Yauch, better known as MCA.
1/4 John Cooper Clarke presents A Month of Sundays.
Listeners collaborate to build a playlist around the week's most talked-about artists.
Stuart features a reissue from Matching Mole, Robert Wyatt's post-Soft Machine band.
Mike Joyce sits in for Guy Garvey and gets into 6 Music's Spoken Word Month.
Don's selections include Bear In Heaven, Johnny Clarke, Sweet Lights and Stevie Wonder.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Pirates recorded live in 1977, plus Theatre of Hate and Sparrow and The Workshop.
3/6 The Girl Group Explosion. Charlotte Greig celebrates the girl groups of the 60s.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Monday 7 May 2012