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808 State's Graham Massey gives Stuart a brief history of the drum machine.
Featuring Roddy Frame, Conor Oberst in session, Iggy Pop and author Nick Groom.
New music in one handy bitesize programme.
The Kinks at BBC TV Centre in London in 1973, plus session from Supergrass and Ride.
1/2 Mark Radcliffe takes a canny look at the trials and tribulations of the Gallaghers.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Amy Winehouse.
Mary Anne goes behind the scenes with a backing singer - soul star Claudia Lennear.
Cerys Matthews brings you eclectic music from blues to beats.
Miranda Sawyer explores how Britpop brought pop music into the mainstream media.
Guy Garvey's featured artist is Paul Simon.
Iggy Pop, the 'godfather of punk', returns with music on the theme of revelations.
Tom Robinson asks 6 Music listeners to help create a Britpop 20th anniversary playlist.
The Space Lady and Evian Christ talk about performing at the FutureEverything festival.
The Don's Crucial Vinyl is There's a Riot Goin' On by Sly and The Family Stone.
Guy Garvey's featured artist is Paul Simon. (R)
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
The Faces in London from 1971, plus BBC sessions from Lush and James.
2/2 Mark Radcliffe takes a canny look at the trials and tribulations of the Gallaghers.
The Hawk wants to know what song you deserve in Name Your Tune.
Monday 7 April 2014