4/4 Ronnie Spector looks at why some doo-wop acts did not reap their deserved rewards.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Labi Siffre live in London in 1975, plus sessions from The Leopards and Tir Na Nog.
Roy Thomas Baker looks back on his work with bands such as Queen, the Cars and Foreigner.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Middle Age Shout Outs, a poem from Murray Lachlan Young and Alex Carter in the studio!
Nemone sits in for Lauren Laverne with Wave Machines live in session.
Stuart finishes the week chatting to Charlie Brooker and Vic Reeves (aka actor Jim Moir).
Friday sees Lammo kick off the weekend in style with the Friday Free For All.
Tom presents his own unique blend of music, unlike anything else on the radio.
6 Mix resident Erol Alkan presents mixes from Justin Robertson and Jackmaster.
Nick Luscombe joins Stuart to share his love of Japanese experimental music.
Featuring Pete Townshend, Django Django, Fresh Meat, Sparks and Amanda Palmer.
Pink Floyd perform Dark Side of the Moon at the Empire Pool, Wembley in 1974.
Captain at Guilfest in 2006, plus BBC sessions from The Purple Hearts and Third Ear.
Todd Rundgren discusses his work with acts such as Patti Smith and Meatloaf.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by The Zutons.
Saturday 27 October 2012