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  1. From David Bowie to Miles Davis to the Proms: what happens to live recordings?

    Denise Black

    Licensing and Synchronisation Executive, BBC Studios

    From David Bowie to Miles Davis to the Proms: what happens to live recordings?

    From Bananarama to Led Zeppelin to The Beatles and everything in between, the BBC owns more than two million music copyrights from performances broadcasted live with a catalogue stretching way back to the 1920s.

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  2. 'Pure dead brilliant' 6Music Festival gets Glasgow seal of approval

    Chris Hawkins

    DJ, BBC 6Music

    'Pure dead brilliant' 6Music Festival gets Glasgow seal of approval

    6Music presenter Chris Hawkins shares his experience of the 3 day festival of music in Glasgow

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  3. Lost and Found: My 1994 Story

    Katie Puckrik

    6 Music presenter

    Lost and Found: My 1994 Story

    Katie Puckrik reminisces about how she found her way to England and working for the BBC.

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  4. A Brief History of Christmas Songs on 6 Music

    Chris Hawkins

    DJ, BBC 6Music

    A Brief History of Christmas Songs on 6 Music

    6 Music Early Breakfast Show presenter Chris Hawkins previews a festive edition of his show.

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  5. 6 Music Recommends Day

    Jeff Smith

    Head of Music, Radio 2 and 6Music

    6 Music Recommends Day

    Jeff Smith explains how 6 Music's usual scheduling will be disrupted on Tuesday 6th June when DJs present hour long shows recommending and celebrating their favourite new music.

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  6. Independent Venue Week on BBC 6 Music

    Steve Lamacq

    Presenter, BBC 6 Music

    Independent Venue Week on BBC 6 Music

    Steve Lamacq is broadcasting from five cities around the UK, shining a light on the alternative music scene in each area and celebrating the venues which are its bedrock. Here he explains why independent venues, and Independent Venue Week is vital in the life of new music.

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  7. Late Night Prom with BBC Radio 6 Music

    Mary Anne Hobbs

    Presenter, BBC Radio 6Music

    Late Night Prom with BBC Radio 6 Music

    BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Mary Anne Hobbs explains how the late night 'Prom 27' will bring together two 'New Classical' artists she has helped to bring to prominence through her radio show.

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  8. Celebrating music’s alternative spirit - The 6 Music Festival 2015

    Chris Hawkins

    DJ, BBC 6Music

    Celebrating music’s alternative spirit - The 6 Music Festival 2015

    Chris Hawkins relives his weekend at the 6 Music Festival in a bid to shrug off the post-festival blues.

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  9. 6 Music reaches 2 million listeners

    Paul Rodgers

    Head of 6 Music

    6 Music reaches 2 million listeners

    Something to be proud of. Digital station 6 Music has reached 2 million listeners. Head of Programmes for 6 Music steps up to the microphone, clears his throat and details the station's achievement.

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  10. Lust for Life: Iggy Pop delivers The John Peel Lecture

    Jen Macro

    Digital Content Producer, About the BBC

    Jen Macro anticiptes The John Peel Lecture, delivered this year by 'godfather of punk' Iggy Pop.

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