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Chris Hawkins sits in for Mark and Stuart with music, conversation and guests.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Mark and Stuart's last show of the year and they celebrate with Noddy Holder.
Mark and Stuart are joined by music journalist and show regular Mark Ellen.
Paul Heaton, ex-Housemartins and The Beautiful South, chats about his latest ventures.
Stuart Maconie talks to Sir Paul McCartney following his performance in Manchester.
Pete Waterman chats about Too Darn Soulful, his contribution to Radio 2's Dance Season.
Yo ho ho! Mark and Stuart's special guests are Eddie Izzard and David Harewood.
Mark and Stuart speak to Liz Green, a young singer-songwriter from the Wirral.
Mark and Stuart chat to the New York-based collective Phenomenal Handclap Band.
The show includes the second part of Mark's interview with Kate Bush.
Mark has a two-part interview with a particular musical favourite of his - Kate Bush.
Steve Harley of Cockney Rebel fame pops in mid-tour to chat to Mark and Stuart.
Mark and Stuart's guest is Mancunian musician Barry Adamson.
Edwyn Collins and James Endeacott talk to Stuart about launching their new label.
Mark and Stuart welcome Roy Wood back to the show.
Mark and Stuart welcome comedian Lucy Porter back to the show.
Stuart's joined by Spectrals - aka one-man band Louis Jones.
Eleanor Friedberger, previously of family duo The Fiery Furnaces, drops in for a chat.