Stuart explores classic video game soundtracks with 6 Music's Henrie Rowlatt.
Featuring James Blake, Henry Diltz, Sylvia Simmons, Denai Moore and Steve Strange.
Matt Everitt chats to Fleetwood Mac's Mick Fleetwood about how he got into music. (R)
Lesley Duncan live in London in 1975, plus sessions from Death By Milkfloat and Leopards.
1/2 Phill Jupitus tells the story of singer-songwriter Elvis Costello.
A great mix of music for the weekend including a featured album by Massive Attack.
Josh Homme shares more of his stories and philosophies with Mary Anne Hobbs.
Cerys has a live session from innovative traditional Korean group Geomungo Factory.
Matt Everitt chats to Emily Eavis about the songs that shaped her life and career.
Jeah! Your boy Huey is back once again to do Sunday the right way.
John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten, plays two hours of the music that inspired his career.
Tom Robinson invites 6 Music listeners to compile the ultimate Arctic Monkeys playlist.
Stuart plays all three tracks from classic Yes album Close to the Edge.
Guy's relationship with the genre of dance is the night's theme - you couldn't make it up.
The Don's selections include Dubmatix, Howlin' Wolf, Boards of Canada and Shuggie Otis.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Eric Clapton live in Dallas, Texas in 1986 plus BBC sessions from Blurt and Mouse On Mars.
2/2 Phill Jupitus continues the story of Elvis Costello.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Monday 24 June 2013