Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Sunday 6 March, 6.00am. Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to one half of the How Clean Is Your House? duo, Aggie MacKenzie.
Saturday 5 March, 12.00midnight. Country blues singer/songwriter Pete Molinari plays live for Bob Harris.
Thursday 10 March, 7.00pm. Bob Harris is joined in session tonight with country duo Laura and Lydia Rogers, otherwise known as The Secret Sisters.
Sunday 6 March, 11.15am; repeated Friday 11 March, 9.00am. Presented by Kirsty Young.
Sunday 6 March, 12noon. Brett Anderson from Suede talks to BBC 6 Music's Matt Everitt.
Monday 7 March, 4.30am and 11.30pm – Former chief economist for Lehman Brothers John Llewellyn is interviewed by Sarah Montague.
Tuesday 8 March, 4.30am and 11.30pm – Max Mosley, former president of the FIA is interviewed by Sarah Montague.
Wednesday 9 March, 4.30am and 11.30pm – Lakhdar Brahimi, former senior adviser, UN and Arab League, is interviewed by Sarah Montague.
Friday 11 March, 4.30am and 11.30pm – Libya Intervention Debate: Ahmed Jibril, Advisor, Libyan Transitional National Council; Jeremy Greenstock, Former British Ambassador to the UN; Harlan Ullman, Advisor, US Defense Department. With Stephen Sackur.
Monday 7 March, 11.00pm. Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith joins Jools Holland.
Monday 7 March, 10.00am. The Jim Jones Revue join Lauren Laverne today for a live session in the BBC 6 Music studios.
Thursday 10 March, 10.00am. Lauren Laverne is joined by alternative country singer, Texan Caitlin Rose, for a live studio session.
Monday 7 March, 7.00pm. Marc Riley welcomes Modified Toy Orchestra into the BBC 6 Music studio for a live session.
Thursday 10 March, 10.35pm. This week introduced by David Dimbleby from Edinburgh.
Sunday 6 March , 12.00noon. Amanda Vickery, Professor of Early Modern History at Queen Mary College London, shares her Private Passions with Michael Berkeley.
Tuesday 8 March, 8.00pm. In tonight's show Mark Radcliffe chats to Human League.
Friday 11 March, 10.00pm. Claudia Winkleman previews Sunday's Olivier Awards – which will be broadcast on Radio 2 – with theatre critic Michael Billington.
Guests are subject to change. Page last updated at 2.30pm on 10 March 2011.
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