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Sunday 27 February, 6.00am. Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to BBC World Affairs Editor John Simpson.
Sunday 27 February, 9.00am. Andrew Marr is joined by William Hague MP – Foreign Secretary, former Cabinet minister Lord Mandelson and Michael Crawford. The newspaper review is with journalist and broadcaster Kate Adie and historian Andrew Roberts.
Thursday 3 March, 7.00pm. Jo Whiley presents a headline gig from Katie Melua, recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre on Friday 25 February.
Saturday 26 February, 12.00midnight. South London group Athlete are in session for Bob Harris.
Thursday 3 March, 7.00pm. Three-time Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams joins Bob Harris tonight.
Sunday 27 February, 11.15am; repeated Friday 4 March, 9.00am. Former Chief Inspector of Prisons Dame Anne Owers joins Kirsty Young.
Friday 4 March, 10.00pm. Host Hugh Dennis is joined by Greg Davies, Humphrey Ker, Justin Edwards, Marek Larwood, Laura Solon and David Armand.
Sunday 27 February, 12noon. Adam Ant aka Stuart Goddard talks to BBC 6 Music's Matt Everitt.
Monday 28 February to Friday 4 March, 4.30am and 11.30pm.
Tuesday – Clive Palmer, mining magnate is interviewed by Stephen Sackur.
Wednesday – Australian novelist Christos Tsiolkas is interviewed by Stephen Sackur.
Thursday – Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, Former UN deputy secretary-general is interviewed by Carrie Gracie.
Tuesday 1 March, 7.00pm. Jamie Cullum meets American singer and vocalese expert Kurt Elling, who performs in session at the BBC's Maida Vale studios.
Monday 28 February, 11.00pm. Holly Johnson, who first came to prominence as the singer and lyricist for Eighties band Frankie Goes To Hollywood, joins Jools Holland this week.
Monday 28 February, 10.00am. Noah And The Whale perform for Lauren Laverne who makes a welcome return to the BBC 6 Music airwaves this week.
Thursday 3 March, 10.00am. Lauren Laverne welcomes Guy Garvey and Pete Turner from Elbow.
Tuesday 1 March, 7.00pm. Marc Riley welcomes Turner Prize-winner Martin Creed into the BBC 6 Music studio for a live session.
Wednesday 2 March, 7.00pm. Jessica Lea Mayfield is live in session with Marc Riley tonight.
Friday 4 March, 6.30pm. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis return with another series of topical stand-up and sketches, this week joined by Laura Shavin, Mitch Benn and Jon Holmes.
Sunday 27 February, 12.00noon. Jon Sopel meets Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls and Secretary of State for International Development Andrew Mitchell.
Thursday 3 March, 10.35pm. This week introduced by David Dimbleby from Derby.
Sunday 27 February, 12.00noon. Glaswegian artist Douglas Gordon, who won the Turner Prize in 1996, shares his Private Passions with Michael Berkeley.
Tuesday 1 March, 8.00pm. In tonight's show Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie have a session from singer-songwriter Anna Calvi, who made the shortlist for the BBC's Sound Of 2011.
Wednesday 2 March, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie talk to Primal Scream as they prepare for their spring Screamadelica tour.
Friday 4 March, 10.00pm. Claudia Winkleman meets singer Duffy.
Sunday 27 February, 10.00pm. This week the programme features Chief Political Correspondent for The Times Sam Coates, Editor of Prospect magazine Bronwen Maddox, Conservative MP Andrew Rosindell, Labour MP Tom Harris, Professor Kevin Morgan of Cardiff University and Professor Tony Travers from London School of Economics.
Guests are subject to change. Page last updated at 1.00pm on 2 March 2011.
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