Eli 'Paperboy' Reed joins Huey for a chat and Roger Armstrong is the Sharing Is Caring don
Ten years on from September 11 2001, Huey celebrates New York City.
Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Huey with his own unique take on Sunday afternoon tunes.
Huey is joined by the one and only Bjork to talk about her new record Biophilia.
Huey is joined by Brooklyn's She Keeps Bees.
Huey is joined by blues rockers Kill It Kid.
Huey is joined by Motown studio musician and solo artist Dennis Coffee.
Huey is joined by Wye Oak for a chat, plus he bids sad farewell to Beardyman.
Huey gets eclectic and is joined by guest Caitlin Rose of Nashville.
Huey's off, but Tom Ravenscroft will be here to bring your Sunday jams.
Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon.
Huey is joined by Kitty, Daisy and Lewis.
Huey is joined by Austin's White Denim, talking about their latest album.
Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack.
Huey is joined by New Orleans' latest export, Hurray For The Riff Raff.
The show is dedicated to Mr Nesta Robert 'Bob' Marley, whose funeral was 30 years ago.
Huey celebrates what would have been Robert Johnson's 100th Birthday.
Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by the King of Funk, Bootsy Collins.
Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by reggae legend Dawn Penn.
Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by The Jim Jones Revue.
It's Sunday Girl Day on 6 Music and Huey is joined by Liela Moss of The Duke Spirit.
Huey spins his eclectic soundtrack and is joined by one of his favourite bands, The Kills.
Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by the one, the only, Annie Lennox.
Huey plays an eclectic mix of the best music from the past six decades.
Huey talks to Ian Anderson, the singer and songwriter from the band Jethro Tull.
Huey talks to Andy Gill of Gang Of Four to talk about their new album Content.
With The Milk - responsible for two tracks Huey can't get enough of: Dynamite and Danger.
Leila Moss of The Duke Spirit joins Huey as the Don of Sharing is Caring.