Craig Charles's guest is a comedian, actor and singer Eddie Murphy.
Craig presents a northern soul special with mixes from Richard Searling and Ady Croasdell.
Craig turns the passion up to 11 in a Valentine's Day Special.
Craig Charles is joined by Diesler, a club DJ, record producer, remixer and label manager.
Craig launches his brand new feature, Around the World in 80 Tunes.
Craig's show is an All-Request Special and he leaves his Trunk of Funk at home.
Craig launches new feature The Funk and Soul Years, which starts off in 1965.
Craig Charles has London acid jazz pioneers the Brand New Heavies in session.
Craig looks ahead to the tracks and artists that will be making waves in 2015.
Welcome to the Craig Charles Funk and Soul House Party.
Craig looks back on his History of Women in Funk and Soul with plays three hours of hits.
Craig takes a look back on the tracks and albums that really made waves on the scene.
Craig Charles has a live session from Shaun Escoffery.
Craig Charles has session from UK outfit New Street Adventure.
Craig is joined by John Lydon, best known as the lead singer of punk band Sex Pistols.
Craig is joined by genre-spanning band Earth, Wind & Fire.
Craig Charles focuses on some of the wonderful funk and soul coming out of Australia.
Craig Charles celebrates library music as part of 6 Music Celebrates Libraries.
Craig Charles opens up his trunk of funk.
Listeners set a musical challenge for Craig and his house band, the History Teachers.
Craig Charles is joined by Jocelyn Brown.
French DJ and producer the Reflex, who has been supported by Craig, is the week's guest.
Craig Charles speaks to Lisa Stansfield about her role in the film Northern Soul.
Craig Charles talks to producer John Morales, creator of the extended mix.
Craig Charles talks to deep soul star Otis Clay about documentary Take Me to the River.