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Stuart provides a 60-minute playlist of great artists lost to obscurity.
Includes Damon Albarn, Pete Long and His Goodmen, Gemma Cairney in Mali and Andrew Ashong.
New music in one handy bitesize programme.
Moist recorded live in Bristol in 1995, plus BBC sessions from 3D and The Durutti Column.
21/52 Alan Freeman continues to look at the folk protest movement of the mid 1960s.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by The Coral.
Mary Anne spins the perfect tunes for a lazy Sunday. What is your favourite example?
Cerys has Connan Mockasin live in session off the back of his recent album Caramel.
Filmmaker Spike Jonze talks to Edith about his musical influences and inspirations.
Guy Garvey chooses collaborations as his theme and his featured artist is Murray Head.
The Bard of Salford, John Cooper Clarke, resumes his stint in the Sunday afternoon slot.
Tom Robinson curates listener choices inspired by the first ever 6 Music Festival.
Terje Isungset chats to Stuart about the Ice Music Festival in Norway.
The Don's selections include Real Estate, Tetrak, Cloud Control and John Holt.
Guy Garvey chooses collaborations as his theme and his featured artist is Murray Head. (R)
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Dance Band live in 1980, plus Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds and The Albion Band.
22/52 Alan Freeman continues to look in to the youth protest movement of 1967 to 1972.
Chris turns his attention to football clubs that didn't quite make it into the feature.
Monday 27 January 2014