The Orb's Alex Paterson picks a trio of tunes for a night out.
Chris Hawkins presents Weezer recorded at the 1996 Reading Festival.
The Cranberries live in London in 1994, plus Johnny Winter and The Carpettes in session.
1/2 Roger Daltrey assesses the influence of his rock 'n' roll hero, Gene Vincent.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Stephen Fretwell.
Bryan Ferry talks about re-imagining his classic song Love Is the Drug for Baz Luhrmann.
Michael Cera and Alia Shawkat talk to Edith about the return of Arrested Development!
Liz chats to Alt-J, who recently won an Ivor Novello album award.
Gilles has US singer-songwriter Valerie June in session.
The Get Up join Craig with their funky, punky, Hammond-heavy tunes.
Tom has London-based indie four-piece The Boxer Rebellion live in session.
Stuart Maconie introduces you to some little known krautrock.
Highlights from the week on 6 Music with Bobby Gillespie, Gruff Rhys and Ginger Baker.
Matt Everitt chats to Edwyn Collins about the songs which shaped his life and career. (R)
UFO live in London in 1975, plus The Mighty Lemon Drops and Chips For The Poor in session.
1/4 Alan Freeman looks back at the life and work of 'Mr Parnes Shilling and Pence'.
Sunday 19 May 2013