Nitin Sawhney takes the 6 Mix on an audio journey. (R)
6 Music celebrates comedy with Harry Shearer. (R)
The Kursaal Flyers live in London in 1976, plus Skinned Teen and Singing Adams in session.
Stuart Grundy examines the works of Norman Petty and Bill Nelson.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by Gene.
Mary Anne Hobbs commissions a 3 Minute Epiphany from folk star Devendra Banhart.
Cerys Matthews celebrates St Patrick's Day in style with a bag full of appropriate tunes.
2/15 Matt Everitt talks to Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O'Connor about her life and career. (R)
Huey is Irish-ing up your coffee on St Patrick's Day.
Alison Mosshart sits in for Jarvis Cocker and her theme is outlaws and highways.
Tom Robinson brings you a St Patrick's Day special with Irish-themed music all the way.
Comedian Stewart Lee chats to Stuart Maconie about the music he uses for his stand up.
Guy is in New York city, bringing you lots of musical colour and flavour - plus a pedicure
Don's picks include Beth Orton, The Slickers, Beaty Heart, Alice Russell and Alton Ellis.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Mission live in 1988, plus Cockney Rejects and Kevin Ayers and The Wizards of Twiddly.
Alan Black presents a profile of the band.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for The Hawk and delivers early morning music and chat.
Monday 18 March 2013