The Rolling Stones' frontman hand-picks a selection of favourite and influential artists.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Bernie Torme and The Electric Gypsies in 1982 plus The Teardrop Explodes and 1000 Violins.
6/6 Alexis Korner takes up the story in January, 1964.
A Rolling Stones 5 Fif-theme request as BBC 6 Music celebrates 50 years of the band.
Wake up next to the aural equivalent of a bacon butty and the best music on the radio.
You choose the tunes on the People's Playlist.
Mark and Stuart's special guest is comedian Jason Byrne.
Lammo looks ahead to Roundtable with Keith Cameron, Foe and Jeremy Hardy.
Join Lammo as he welcomes Keith Cameron, Foe and Jeremy Hardy onto the Roundtable panel.
Marc Riley - one man and some CDs. It's a crazy idea, but it just might catch on.
Gideon plays archive tracks and sessions.
Kasabian at Hull University in 2004, plus Last Party and The Rolling Stones in session.
Keith Richards picks ten favourite records and talks to Andy Peebles about his life.
The Hawk chats to the North West's very own Lancashire Hotpots.
Friday 6 July 2012