Ghostpoet picks a trio of dance tunes for Nemone in An Evening With.
Chris Hawkins presents The Band recorded in Washington DC in 1976.
The The in London in 1993, plus BBC sessions from Pendragon and The Alarm.
1/3 Janice Long celebrates Liverpool's post-Beatles music scene.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by Paul Weller.
Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie talks openly to Mary Anne about his life in music.
Shane Meadows discusses his Stone Roses film and Gemma Arterton talks about vampires.
Liz chats to Gruff Rhys about his Neon Neon project with Boom Bip.
Gilles plays out an exclusive Maida Vale session from Bonobo.
Craig has a session from Israeli acid jazz dance masters The Apples.
The band perform a live set at the Liverpool Echo Arena as part of 5 Live's Big Day Out.
Nemone sits in for Tom Robinson with a session from cult American indie trio Low.
Huw Stephens joins Stuart to share a selection of new leftfield Welsh music.
Highlights of the best bits from the last week of 6 Music.
The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne explores the band's 30-year musical history in 60 minutes.
Way Out West recorded in Oxford in 1997, plus Kurt Vile and The Jesus and Mary Chain.
2/3 Janice Long celebrates Liverpool's post-Beatles music scene.
Sunday 2 June 2013