1/2 Don Letts looks at the Rastafari movement and its influence on Jamaican music.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Featuring Ty in Belfast in 2004, plus BBC sessions from Joy Zipper and Yo Yo Honey.
45/52 Alan Freeman explores the world of the singer-songwriter.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Richard Hawley is on the phone, plus a Touch Me In The Morning track.
Richard Hawley joins Lauren, live in session.
Mark broadcasts solo from the banks of the Ship Canal in Mediacity.
Lammo warms up for Roundtable and plays a track from 6 Music Live at Maida Vale.
Comedian Holly Walsh, A&R man James Endeacott and Johnny from Tribes join Steve.
Marc has a session from his latest new flame, Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
Pete Paphides visits the Oxfordshire home of Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes. (R)
Stephen McCauley with new tunes, old tunes, good tunes and odd tunes.
2/2 Don Letts looks at the Rastafari movement and its influence on Jamaican music.
The Style Council recorded in Chippenham in 1984, plus The Would-Be's and The Tea Set.
46/52 Alan Freeman celebrates the music of LA and west coast America.
Friday 15 February 2013