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Thievery Corporation pick a trio of electronic tunes to soundtrack their perfect night.
Chris Hawkins presents Weezer at the Reading Festival in 1996.
Theaudience in London in 1998, plus BBC sessions from The Mint Juleps and Bongwater.
1/3 Neneh Cherry tells the story of the influential singer.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for The Hawk with a great mix of music for the weekend.
Chris Hawkins sits in for Mary Anne Hobbs and talks to Kraftwerk's Ralf Hutter.
Huey dedicates part of his playlist to tracks where jazz meets hip hop.
Liz catches up with Billy Bragg, who her brother Andy used to roadie for many moons ago!
Gilles explores Blue Note Records as part of Jazz on the BBC.
Craig hands over the decks to his trusted 6 Music listeners for an all-request special.
Tom has a BBC Introducing session from London five-piece The Savage Nomads.
Stuart looks into the no wave scene that gave birth to the experimental rock band Swans.
Highlights from the week including Stephen Mangan, St Vincent and Tune-Yards.
New music in one handy bitesize programme.
The Dogs D'Amour live in 1990, plus The Transmitters and Dark Captain Light Captain.
2/3 Neneh Cherry continues the story of the influential singer.
Sunday 18 May 2014