Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
6/11 The story of the record label, presented by Stuart Grundy.
7/7 Martin Fry examines the lasting influence of the New Romantic period.
Al Stewart recorded live in 1989, plus the Triffids and A Camp in session.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
Another team features in Home Team Glory: 2014 World Cup Special.
Shaun opens up the Small Claims Court for another brush with fame.
Lauren brings you the week's People's Playlist.
Singer-songwriter and cycling enthusiast Paul Heaton pops by to chat with Mark and Stuart.
Steve hosts Roundtable with singer-songwriter Josh Record, comedian Steve Punt and Nemone.
Marc has Little Barrie in session from London village.
Dr Feelgood live in 1975, plus The Who, The Primitives and Yo La Tengo.
Steve Lamacq presents 6 Music Recommends with a 60-Second CV from Human Hair.
7/11 Stuart Grundy continues the story of the incomparable Motown label.
Marc Riley introduces archive interviews with Tina Turner and Captain Beefheart.
Eddi Reader recorded live in London in 1996, plus The Skiff Skats and Brinsley Schwarz.
Friday 11 July 2014