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Lou Reed and Hal Willner return with more eclectic selections.
Alison Mosshart takes over 6 Music to play tracks from her record collection. (R)
Frampton's Camel recorded in London in 1972, plus The Flowers and No Doubt in session.
2/3 Ray Davies continues the story of the band's career with a look back on 1966 and 1967.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by The New Pornographers.
Comedian Justin Moorhouse shares the last two songs of his Fourtrax with Chris Hawkins.
Cerys presents a London Jazz Festival special with live music from Nostalgia 77.
Band of Horses take over 6 Music to play some of their favourite tracks.
Huey's guests are The Bad Plus.
Pulp frontman and solo artist Jarvis Cocker presents the Sunday afternoon show on 6 Music.
Tom compiles a Manic Street Preachers playlist with help from the 6 Music listeners.
Stuart has freakiness from Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Hawkwind and Jandek.
Don't expect to nod off during the show - it's hip hop, dub hop, trip hop and flip flop.
Don's plays tracks by Lupe Fiasco, Alton Ellis and Big Youth, William Bell and The Slits.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Bruce Springsteen, Super Furry Animals and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.
3/3 Ray Davies, lead singer of the Kinks, looks back at the group's career in 1968 and 1969.
The Best Song in the World Ever is back.
Monday 12 November 2012