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.
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 Italian producer Giorgio Moroder.
Cerys Matthews has L'Orchestre Du Montplaisant in session.
2/2 Charles Hazlewood welcomes Tom Jenkinson (aka Squarepusher) into the studio.
Guy is on tour in the USA and is playing music from Smog, Cream and Sharon Van Etten.
Iggy Pop goes on a two-hour expedition into saxophone-sprinkled rock, pop and jazz.
Kaiser Chiefs pick the playlist in collaboration with 6 Music listeners.
Stuart takes an in-depth look at Nonesuch Records as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
The Don's Crucial Vinyl is Funkadelic's Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow.
Guy is on tour in the USA and is playing music from Smog, Cream and Sharon Van Etten. (R)
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Robert Plant at Glastonbury 1993, plus sessions from The Quads and Factory Star.
3/3 Neneh Cherry continues the story of the influential singer.
The Hawk wants to know what song you deserve in Name Your Tune.
Monday 19 May 2014