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As part of 6 Music Celebrates: The Cassette, Andy Votel unearths some New Age tapes.
Featuring Martha Wainwright, De La Soul, Scott Walker, Eric Idle and Kendrick Lamar.
Chris Hawkins presents Midlake recorded at Glastonbury in 2010.
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers live in 1980, plus Mpho Skeef and Brave Captain.
4/6 Kris Kristofferson presents the story of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by James Brown.
Jo Good plays kitchen grooves to get you out of bed and ready for the weekend.
The Memory Bank has tales of flight, there are more kids' jokes and Song Wars returns!
Liz is joined by punk pioneer Captain Sensible of The Damned.
Gilles catches up with Nigel Godrich, known for his work with Radiohead and Ultraista.
Craig is joined by Guy Barker for an orchestral reworking of classic Miles Davis.
Tom chats with Minneapolis-based chamber folk five-piece Dark Dark Dark.
Featuring music from Deerhoof, Candi Staton, The Four Vagabonds and Of Montreal.
Neneh Cherry looks at the role of the cassette in music history. (R)
In Tua Nua live in Manchester in 1988, plus BBC sessions from Mum and The Kinks.
5/6 Kris Kristofferson presents the story of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by James Brown.
Sunday 9 December 2012