2/2 Mark Radcliffe concludes his celebration of Elvis Presley.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Jimmy Eat World live in 2002, plus Ravishing Beauties and Syncopation in session.
Pete Townshend talks about his life and career. Presented by Alexis Korner.
Featuring Film Friday and the CD Club.
Nemone sits in for Shaun Keaveny with Earworms and Electronic Moment.
Dawn O'Porter joins Lauren to talk about her new book Paper Aeroplanes.
Mark and Stuart chat to Echo and The Bunneymen's Ian McCulloch and comic Sean Lock.
Lammo ends the week with the Friday Free For All.
Tom Ravenscroft has a guest mix from another artist.
Iconic DJ and producer Andrew Weatherall returns to his 6 Mix residency.
Folk artist Sam Lee is Stuart's guest, presenting his take on the power ballad.
Jack White, Frankie Goes to Hollywood's Nasher, John Shuttleworth and Spider John Koerner.
Chris Hawkins presents Black Uhuru recorded at Glastonbury in 1989.
Featuring The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, Gay and Terry Woods and T-Model Ford.
Alexis Korner talks to Led Zeppelin's guitar virtuoso.
Setting up Saturday.
Saturday 27 April 2013