Stuart revisits some of the best moments on the show from the past 12 months.
Matt Everitt speaks to Terry Hall about the musical moments that shaped his life. (R)
Matt Everitt reflects on the lives of some of the great musicians who passed away in 2013. (R)
Mull Historical Society live at Reading in 2001, plus Family and Husky Rescue in session.
2/52 Alan Freeman explores the origins of popular music.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Fairport Convention.
Indie stars Anna Calvi and Eddie Argos help you improve your singing and form a band.
Cerys Matthews brings you an eclectic bag of music from blues to beats.
Placebo frontman and songwriter Brian Molko presents an hour of his favourite music.
Green Gartside sits in for Guy Garvey and plays a selection of his favourite music.
John Cooper Clarke, the bard of Salford, begins a his stint in the Sunday afternoon slot.
Tom asks 6 Music listeners to create a playlist of breakthrough acts for 2014.
Stuart looks forward to the big events of 2014 and talks Yes with Steve Howe.
Don's picks of 2013 include Disclosure, Arcade Fire, Machine Drum and Nightmares On Wax.
Green Gartside sits in for Guy Garvey and plays a selection of his favourite music. (R)
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Style Council in London in 1984, plus Cat Power and Charlie Boyer and The Voyeurs.
3/52 Alan Freeman looks at the importance of blues and R&B in the evolution of popular music.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Monday 6 January 2014