1/2 Craig Charles tells the extraordinary story of George Clinton, Parliament and Funkadelic.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
The Jam live in London in 1979, plus BBC sessions from Abana Ba Nasery and The Tea Set.
11/11 Stuart Grundy concludes his look back at the incomparable record label.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Gideon Coe sits in for Shaun Keaveny and is joined by Electric Soft Parade.
Stubburn Heart are live in session.
Terry from House of Love talks to Mark about their new album, She Paints Words in Red.
Robin Ince returns as musical profiler, plus Lammo has a special British Sea Power track.
6 Music is celebrates Record Store Day and Marc chats to Rupert at Drift Records.
Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Gideon Coe and plays Shriekback in concert.
2/2 Craig Charles concludes the George Clinton story.
Featuring Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Steeleye Span and Young Marble Giants.
Andy Davies tells the story of dance marathons and their influence on modern reality TV.
Wednesday 17 April 2013