Wednesday 29 Oct 2014
Sunday 13 March, 6.00am. Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to singer-songwriter Katie Melua.
Saturday 12 March, 1.00am. Tom Robinson welcomes hotly tipped new Liverpool outfit The Sand Band.
Thursday 17 March, 7.00pm. Jo Whiley presents a headline gig from The Script.
Sunday 13 March, 10.00am. Super Furry Animal's lead singer Gruff Rhys plays a session track from new album Hotel Shampoo for Cerys Matthews.
Sunday 13 March, 6.30pm. Aled Jones talks to Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, a leading figure on the Finnish choral scene.
Sunday 13 March, 12noon. DJ and producer of Primal Scream's genre-breaking Screamadelica, Andrew Weatherall talks to BBC 6 Music's Matt Everitt.
Tuesday 15 March, 7.00pm. Jamie Cullum meets American jazz bassist and singer Esperanza Spalding who performs music from her latest album, Chamber Music Society, in session at the BBC Maida Vale studios.
Sunday 13 March, 3.00pm. Johnnie Walker is joined by British singer-songwriter and the multi-instrumentalist from Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson.
Monday 14 March, 11.00pm. Fran Healy, who gained success with band Travis and, more recently, with his debut solo album Wreckorder. joins Jools Holland.
Tuesday 15 March, 10.00am. Lauren Laverne is joined by electronic pop legends Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe of the Pet Shop Boys .
Wednesday 16 March, 10.00am. Lauren Laverne is joined by The Decemberists.
Thursday 17 March, 10.00am. Lauren Laverne is joined by The Twilight Singers for a live session in the BBC 6 Music studios.
Monday 14 March, 7.00pm. Marc Riley welcomes Pete And The Pirates into the BBC 6 Music studio for a live session.
Wednesday 16 March, 7.00pm. Plank! are live in session with Marc Riley tonight.
Thursday 17 March, 7.00pm. Jesca Hoop joins Marc Riley's studio.
Saturday 12 March, 12.15pm. Tom Service talks to Sir Peter Maxwell Davies about his new opera Kommilitonen! or Young Blood!.
Monday 14 March, 1.00pm. Liverpudlian electro-band Ladytron take control of the music choices in Nemone's show this week.
Thursday 17 March, 10.35pm. This week introduced by David Dimbleby from Eastbourne.
Sunday 13 March , 12.00noon. Comedian Al Murray shares his Private Passions with Michael Berkeley.
Monday 14 March, 8.00pm. In tonight's show Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie chat to Scritti Politti's Green Gartside.
Friday 18 March, 10.00pm. Penny Smith sits in for Claudia Winkleman and meets American author and poet Garrison Keillor.
Tuesday 15 March, 7.00am. Shaun Keaveny is joined by award-winning comedian John Moloney.
Wednesday 16 March, 7.00am. Multi-award-winning stand-up comedian and fellow radio DJ Frank Skinner joins Shaun Keaveny .
Saturday 12 March, 3.00pm. Lucy Duran presents Garifuna musician Aurelio Martinez in session, Lucy is also joined by journalists Jane Cornwell and Reda El Mawy to discuss new world music releases from the South Pacific and the role that music has played in recent events in Egypt.
Guests are subject to change. Page last updated at 3.00pm on 2 March 2011
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