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In the final show of the week, Stuart Maconie speaks to Joe Goddard of Hot Chip.
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Legendary entrepreneur and businessman Brian Butterfield joins Stuart on the show.
Stuart talks to Field Music, aka brothers David and Peter Brewis.
Intelligent music and conversation, plus Stuart talks to Nile Rodgers.
Feist pops into the MegaCity studio ahead of her Manchester gig.
Musician and record label boss Jack White chats to Mark about his new solo album.
Mark and Stuart are joined by journalist, broadcaster and show regular Mark Ellen.
It's midweek in MegaCity and the special guests are Jim and Larry from James.
Mark and Stuart's special guest is American folk roots musician Pokey LaFarge.
Mark and Stuart talk and play records.
Mark and Stuart head to London for 6 Music's 10th birthday celebrations.
Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie chat to Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O'Connor.
Blur guitarist and solo artist Graham Coxon is the special guest.
Stuart chats to JJ Burnell and Baz Warne of The Stranglers.
Belle and Sebastian's Chris Geddes talks about the band's new album.
Tracy Tracy and Paul Court of The Primitives pop in to chat about their new album.
Mark chats to The Civil Wars, aka Grammy Award-winners Joy Williams and John Paul White.
Mark chats to Jaz Coleman of English band Killing Joke.
Mark and Stuart are live from MegaCity with witty badinage and great tunes.
Mark and Stuart chat to English singer-songwriter Lloyd Cole.
Mark talks to Jim Kerr and Charlie Burchill of Simple Minds.
Mike Joyce sits in for Radcliffe and Maconie, talking to French-born singer Soko.