2/4 Paolo Hewitt continues the story of The Who.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Featuring Aerosmith at Donington in 1994, plus Woodpigeon and Luke Sital-Singh in session.
2/3 Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson and focuses on mainstream Manchester acts.
The Best Song in the World Ever is back.
Another day, another Legend on the BBC 6 Music breakfast show - it's Noel Gallagher.
Lauren is joined by Patty Schemel, drummer with Courtney Love's band Hole.
Mark and Stuart's guest is author Roddy Doyle, who talks about his new book Two Pints.
The Stranglers are in for Classic Album of the Day and Steve links up with Radio Reunited.
It's the long-awaited live session from Night Works.
Gideon plays archive sessions and live tracks.
3/4 Paolo Hewitt continues the story of The Who.
Argent at the BBC's Paris Theatre, London in 1972, plus The Mission and Blueboy.
3/3 Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years and chats with Noel Gallagher.
Thursday 15 November 2012