Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Mott the Hoople live in London in 1971, plus BBC sessions from The Rockingbirds and Queen.
3/3 Pam Grier concludes with a look at how the scene began its inevitable decline.
Who would agree to do a live show at 5am on New Year's Day? Elizabeth Alker is who.
The Hawk provides music and chat at a later time.
Lauren presents the best of the sessions from Maida Vale in 2013.
Iggy Pop looks at the artists who turned heartbreak and heartache into art.
Musician and producer Nile Rodgers presents an hour of his favourite music.
Steve looks back on a cracking 2013.
6 Music Celebrates David Bowie, Adam Buxton takes a personal view of the musical icon.
Gideon plays songs with three-word titles.
1/2 Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.
McGuinness Flint in London in 1975, plus BBC sessions from Truman's Water and Radiohead.
1/2 Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp tells the story of glam.
Bedtime stories for adults: lovely spoken-word tracks from Lou Reed and Brigitte Fontaine.
Thursday 2 January 2014