Actor, comedian and musician Matt Berry chats about his album Music for Insomniacs.
Stuart takes an in-depth look at Nonesuch Records as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Swans frontman Michael Gira chats to Stuart about their new album To Be Kind.
Stuart joins the centenary celebrations for Welsh poet Dylan Thomas live in Laugharne.
Stuart has news of Plaid's new record Reachy Prints and a featured album from Eric Dolphy.
Charles Hazlewood sits in for Stuart Maconie and plays his favourite freaky tracks.
As 6 Music Celebrates Ireland, the featured album is Cold and Bouncy by The High Llamas.
The Space Lady and Evian Christ talk about performing at the FutureEverything festival.
Squarepusher explains his new project making music for advanced Japanese robots.
Counterculture icon, beat poet and MC5 manager John Sinclair chats about his new album.
Composer William Basinski talks about The Disintegration Loops and performing in London.
Stuart chats to members of Penguin Cafe and celebrates International Women's Day.
Featuring music from The Radiophonic Workshop and Graham Massey's Sun Ra Arkestra tribute.
Stuart has psychedelic Brazilian tropicalia from Os Mutantes for the featured album slot.
Goblin founding member Claudio Simonetti chats to Stuart about their upcoming tour.
Lo-fi pop queen Keel Her chats to Stuart about her debut album.
Kemper Norton talks to Stuart about creating ambient music using field recordings.
Terje Isungset chats to Stuart about the Ice Music Festival in Norway.
Folk singer Shelagh McDonald on her return to music after living in a tent for 30 years.
Hawkwind's Dave Brock chats to Stuart about space rock and his plans for 2014.
Stuart looks forward to the big events of 2014 and talks Yes with Steve Howe.
Stuart revisits some of the best moments on the Freak Zone from the past 12 months.
Music from two sessions recorded for 6 Music; Connan Mockasin and Radiophonic Workshop.
Roger Eno, younger brother of Brian Eno, chats about new record Little Things Left Behind.
Stuart explores how Frank Zappa is viewed today, 20 years after his death.
Stuart gives Vision Creation Newsun by Boredoms the featured album treatment.
Dick Mills and Roger Limb chat about their years of service at the Radiophonic Workshop.
Stuart's featured album is Kaleidoscope's debut, ahead of their first gig in 40 years.
Four Tet talks to Stuart about getting out of the game but still making music.
Iconic British musician Mike Oldfield chats to Stuart about his career.