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Jonny Trunk shares his favourite records by French soundtrack composer Vladimir Cosma.
Featuring Thom Yorke, I Am Kloot, Johnny Marr, Ahmad Jamal and Paul Rudd.
Chris Hawkins presents 808 State at London's Town and Country Club in 1993.
The Climax Blues Band recorded live in 1976, plus sessions from The Family Cat and Plank.
David Gilmour talks to Roger Scott about Pink Floyd's 1973 album Dark Side of the Moon.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Mary Anne Hobbs rubs out your working week blues with a brilliant breakfast soundtrack.
Edith is joined actor Johnny Harris and female Californian blues rock duo Deap Vally.
Liz chats to iconic Irish singer songwriter Sinead O'Connor.
Bobby Friction sits in for Gilles Peterson and plays an eclectic selection of sounds..
Craig's guest is Motown songwriter and performer Leon Ware.
Tom talks to Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith.
Australia's Flume takes over the 6 Mix. (R)
For Valentine's weekend, Colin Murray goes on a journey from love to hate. (R)
Big Audio Dynamite live in 1988, plus BBC sessions from The Mission and Mouse On Mars.
Martin Fry discusses ABC's 1982 debut.
Sunday 24 February 2013