Stuart hosts a roundtable discussion critiquing new releases in the world of weird music.
Highlights including Topper Headon, Phoenix, Courtney Barnett and architect Ben Kelly.
New music in one handy bitesize programme.
Clayson and the Argonauts in London in 1977, plus sessions from Maxi Priest and SBTRKT.
42/52 Rap It Up: Alan Freeman explores the origins of rap music.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Wye Oak.
Mary Anne continues her interview with Stephen Malkmus of Pavement and The Jicks.
Following the Prince announcement, Cerys is all about diamonds, pearls and band leaders.
American singer Kelis curates the show ahead of her appearance at the 6 Music Festival.
Guy Garvey's theme is magic, featuring music from Nina Simone and Spike Jones.
Specials frontman Terry Hall takes over the Sunday afternoon slot for February.
Tom Robinson invites 6 Music listeners to compile The Ultimate Smiths Playlist.
Goblin founding member Claudio Simonetti chats to Stuart about their upcoming tour.
The Don's selections include When Saints Go Machine, The Congos and Kwes.
Guy Garvey's theme is magic, featuring music from Nina Simone and Spike Jones. (R)
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Placebo live in 1998, plus Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan, and The Free Association.
43/52 Alan Freeman takes a look at the controversy generated by militant forms of rap.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for Chris Hawkins and wants you to wear blue, please.
Monday 17 February 2014