Stuart talks to former video game journalist and experimental music fan Henrietta Rowlatt.
Highlights of the best bits from the last week of 6 Music.
Chris Hawkins presents The Kinks recorded at the Rainbow Theatre in London in 1977.
Warren Zevon live in London from 1998, plus Your Twenties and Four Brothers in session.
8/11 Stuart Grundy continues the story of the incomparable Motown label.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by The Delgados.
Martin Rossiter, solo artist and ex-Gene frontman, joins Chris Hawkins to talk music.
Adam and Edith return with questions about bears, memories, the song and your tunes.
Liz chats to Paul Hartnoll from seminal UK electronic duo Orbital ahead of their UK tour.
Gilles meets LA rapper Kendrick Lamar.
Three hours of ripsnorting tunes courtesy of the Funkmeister himself, Mr Craig Charles.
Tom chats to Jamie McDermott of experimental electronic orchestral act The Irrepressibles.
Lou and Hal's selections include Bo Diddley, Cristina, Thelonious Monk and Kurt Vile.
Folk songstress Beth Orton shares some of her favourite records. (R)
Roger Waters recorded in New York in 1985, plus The Thompson Twins and World of Twist.
9/11 Stuart Grundy continues the story of the incomparable Motown label.
Sunday 2 December 2012