Nerm returns to the 6 Mix, playing the alternative side of electronic and dance music. (R)
Folk songstress Beth Orton shares some of her favourite records. (R)
The Blues Band live in London in 1980, plus BBC sessions from Buffalo Tom and Dawn Patrol.
20/52 Alan Freeman looks at the folk protest movement from 1960 to 1965.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by The Go! Team.
Matthew Herbert, director of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, reveals the future of music.
Part two of Cerys' rhythmically-inspired drum show, featuring music from 1972 onward.
Pete Paphides visits the London home of record producer Stephen Street.
Boston's finest, Dropkick Murphys, are Huey's studio guests.
Jarvis takes you on an aural trip around Paris with quality music and spoken word.
Tom asks the listeners which track they think should win the 6 Music Greatest Hits vote.
Stuart features The Faust Tapes, a fine example of 1970s German krautrock.
Guy Garvey brings you more of his favourite tunes from his little upstairs room.
The Don's selections include Dutch Uncles, The Creole Choir of Cuba, The Who and others.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Divine Comedy at Glastonbury 2004, plus Paul Johnson and The Colourfield in session.
21/52 Alan Freeman continues to look at the folk protest movement of the mid 1960s.
The Hawk returns to deliver early morning music and chat to early risers.
Monday 21 January 2013