Peter Hook pops in to chat about his record label and new band, Peter Hook and The Light.
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Marc Almond and Jeremy Reed chat about their new book and CD collaboration.
Mark and Stuart speak to Dawn Penn, of classic You Don't Love Me (No No No) fame.
The Durutti Column's Vini Reilly and Bruce Mitchell talk about their upcoming live dates.
The Primitives' Tracy Tracy and Paul Court drop by to chat to Stuart.
Mark is joined by Neil Hannon, chatting live from Dublin.
Matt Berry of the Mighty Boosh and The IT Crowd talks about his psych-folk album Witchazel
Mark and Stuart are joined by Ian McNabb of neo-psychedelia pioneers The Icicle Works.
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Raissa from Brighton-based band The Mummers pops into the studio.
Mark is in the studio and Stuart comes live from the Laugharne Literary Festival in Wales.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Echo and The Bunnymen's Ian McCulloch.
Ed and Colin from Radiohead talk about new music documentary Anyone Can Play Guitar.
Tim Burgess of The Charlatans drops by to play a track from his new EP, Warm Sounds.
Mark and Stuart are joined by singer and actor Adam Goldberg.
Mark and Stuart talk to singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright.
Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie bring their show to 6 Music.
Eliza Doolittle chats to Mark and Stuart mid-tour.
Guy Garvey, Cerys Matthews and Jarvis Cocker welcome Mark and Stuart to the 6 Music family