Steve Lamacq starts a week of celebrating the brilliant alternative music of the 1980s.
Steve presents the Friday Free for All, an hour of music chosen by listeners.
Steve looks back over the past 12 months of guests and live music.
Steve builds up to the New Year's Eve celebrations with some brilliant new music.
Steve sets up the first Rebel Playlist of the New Year.
New music and a look back on 2014.
Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Steve Lamacq with classic tracks and amazing new music.
Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Steve Lamacq with the results of the Rebel Playlist.
Steve hosts the final of the One-Hit Wonder World Cup.
Steve hosts Roundtable with Amy Lamé, Rob Deering and James Endeacott.
Steve host the quarter-finals of the One-Hit Wonder World Cup.
It's the second round of the One Hit Wonder World Cup, plus Robin Ince joins Steve.
Steve pits the best one-hit wonders of all time against each other.
Steve welcomes Noel Gallagher to the studio to co-host a special Christmas show.
Steve hosts the yearly Roundtable round-up with journalist Miranda Sawyer and John Robb.
Steve Lamacq plays amazing new music and classic tracks.
Music profiler Robin Ince joins Steve and attempts to guess the identity of a listener.
Steve has the results of the Rebel Playlist and another caller for Good Day Bad Day.
Steve hosts Roundtable and is joined by John Power from Cast, Nadine Shah and Don Letts.
Steve has the very first play of new music from former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes.
Steve chats to Brian Johnson and Angus Young of AC/DC about their new album Rock or Bust.
It's Steve Lamacq's seventh annual Wear Your Old Band T-Shirt to Work Day.
Steve hosts Roundtable with Bloc Party frontman Kele, Viv Albertine and artist Pete McKee.
Tim Booth of James talks to Steve ahead of Wear Your Old Band T-Shirt to Work Day 2014.
Steve kicks off T-Shirt Week by asking listeners to design their own for a favourite band.
Steve broadcasts live from the British Library as part of 6 Music Celebrates Libraries.
Steve hosts a writers' Roundtable with Mark Billingham, David Stubbs and Mark Ellen.