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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.
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.
Cerys has live music from Argentinian tango maestro Melingo.
Neneh Cherry looks at the role of the cassette in music history.
Huey shows love to the tape as part of 6 Music Celebrates: 50 Years of the Cassette.
Jarvis talks to Scott Walker about his new album Bish Bosch.
Tom compiles the ultimate Jimi Hendrix playlist with help from the 6 Music community.
Stuart features the pastoral instrumentals of Basil Kirchin's imaginary music for film.
Jesca Hoop sits in for Guy Garvey while he's away with his other job, Elbow.
Don's selections include James Lidell, Stetsasonic, Mark Stewart and Niney the Observer.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Movies recorded in London in 1980, plus The Vipers and Angels 1-5.
10/11 Stuart Grundy continues the story of the incomparable Motown label.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Monday 3 December 2012