(Radio 2) 6 On 2


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Dave Pearce Dance Anthems201012276 Music's Dave Pearce returns to Radio 2 for Dance Anthems' third annual festive outing.
Dave delves into his record box to pull out classic floorfillers from Chic, Black Box, S-Express and De'Lacy, along with tune suggestions and reminisces of club culture from the Radio 2 audience.
Fellow 6 Music DJs including Nemone, Huey Morgan and Jarvis Cocker share their favourite dance tunes of all time and Dave also revisits some of 2010's biggest floorfillers including Duck Sauce.
You can hear Dave Pearce's Dance Anthems on BBC 6 Music every Saturday at 10pm.
Dave returns to Radio 2 with classic floorfillers from Chic, De'Lacy, S-Express and more.
Jarvis Cocker20101228The Pulp frontman turned solo star, Jarvis Cocker began hosting his Sunday Service on BBC 6 Music in January 2010 and won the Sony Rising Star Award just four months later.
An all-embracing music enthusiast, Jarvis draws upon a record collection that includes classic artists, lesser-known vintage treats, under-the-radar talent, and spoken word.
He also interviews favourites from across the cultural spectrum, including musicians, artists, writers and directors.
Highlights featured in this show include Monty Python legend Michael Palin recalling song writing; Kes and Looking For Eric director Ken Loach recollecting Cantona, while Pans Labyrinth writer and producer Guillermo Del Toro discusses gaming.
It's all part of 6 on 2 as Mr Cocker turns Tuesday evening into a Sunday Service, weaving a hand-picked selection of strange music, opinion and tenuous links.
You can catch his weekly service, every Sunday from 4pm, on BBC 6 Music.
The Pulp frontman turned solo star, and Sony award-winning DJ, brings his show to Radio 2.
Huey Morgan20101229With his chair firmly clicked back into the recline position Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan brings his individual New York style to BBC Radio 2.
He talks to indie guitar icon J Mascis, the remote frontman of influential garage rock trio Dinosaur Jr who emerged in the early 80s and whose sound including the use of feedback, distortion and extreme volume went on to influence indie grunge bands from the Pixies to Nirvana.
Since forming Dinosaur Jr in 1984, J Mascis has recorded with six bands and collectives and 2011 sees the release of his debut solo album 'Several Shades of Why' exploring his more acoustic, stripped back style.
Normally interview shy, Huey chats to the shy Neil Young sound-a-like about his new material, his musical upbringing in Massachusetts and having a special Fender Jazzmaster guitar custom designed in his honour.
Huey also has a 'New York Minute' with DJ Uncle Mike, his former A&R man and best friend in the Big Apple, reminiscing about a classic musical moment and he asks a listener to choose a track they'd like to hear on vinyl on the radio, digging in the BBC archives to indulge their 'Vinyl Fetish'.
All held together by Huey's usual selection of unusual tunes - from latin to soul, hip hop, rap, rock, punk and reggae, coupled with Huey's tales, anecdotes and musings.
Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan brings his individual New York style to BBC Radio 2.
Huey Morgan20110101Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan brings his individual New York style to BBC Radio 2.
With his chair firmly clicked back into the recline position Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan brings his individual New York style to BBC Radio 2.
He talks to indie guitar icon J Mascis, the remote frontman of influential garage rock trio Dinosaur Jr who emerged in the early 80s and whose sound including the use of feedback, distortion and extreme volume went on to influence indie grunge bands from the Pixies to Nirvana.
Since forming Dinosaur Jr in 1984, J Mascis has recorded with six bands and collectives and 2011 sees the release of his debut solo album 'Several Shades of Why' exploring his more acoustic, stripped back style.
Normally interview shy, Huey chats to the shy Neil Young sound-a-like about his new material, his musical upbringing in Massachusetts and having a special Fender Jazzmaster guitar custom designed in his honour.
Huey also has a 'New York Minute' with DJ Uncle Mike, his former A&R man and best friend in the Big Apple, reminiscing about a classic musical moment and he asks a listener to choose a track they'd like to hear on vinyl on the radio, digging in the BBC archives to indulge their 'Vinyl Fetish'.
All held together by Huey's usual selection of unusual tunes - from latin to soul, hip hop, rap, rock, punk and reggae, coupled with Huey's tales, anecdotes and musings.
The Best Of Adam And Joe20110723Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish have been delighting 6 Music listeners since 2007, with a highly interactive Saturday morning show which picked up the Sony Radio Award for Best Comedy last year.
Friends since school, in 1995 their submissions to Channel 4's Takeover TV led to a self-titled entertainment show which featured satires of contemporary pop culture (including Toy Trainspotting and American Beautoy).
The talented pair have since worked on many other shows, both individually and together.
Adam regularly tours with his BUG stage show, whilst continuing to write and act on television and in feature films including Stardust.
Joe, meanwhile, has adapted Ant Man for the big screen, worked with Steven Spielberg on the script for The Adventures of Tintin, and made his directorial debut earlier this year with Attack the Block.
Over the next two weeks, 6 on 2 will showcase some of the very best bits from "Dr Buckles" and "Dr Sexy".
If you're not already a fan, tune in to find out why features like Text the Nation, Song Wars and Made Up Jokes (not to mention prolific off-air "Stephen!" activity) have captured the hearts and minds of the 6 Music audience.
Choice highlights from the Sony Award-winning Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish.
The Best Of Adam And Joe20110730Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish have been delighting 6 Music listeners since 2007, with a highly interactive Saturday morning show, which picked up the Sony Radio Award for Best Comedy last year.
Friends since school, in 1995 their submissions to Channel 4's Takeover TV led to a self-titled entertainment show which featured satires of contemporary pop culture (including Toy Trainspotting and American Beautoy).
The talented pair have since worked on many other shows, both individually and together.
Adam regularly tours with his BUG stage show, whilst continuing to write and act on television and in feature films including Stardust.
Joe, meanwhile, has adapted Ant Man for the big screen, worked with Steven Spielberg on the script for The Adventures of Tintin, and made his directorial debut earlier this year with Attack the Block.
6 on 2 will showcase some of the very best bits from "Dr Buckles" and "Dr Sexy".
If you're not already a fan, tune in to find out why features like Text the Nation, Song Wars and Made Up Jokes (not to mention prolific off-air "Stephen!" activity) have captured the hearts and minds of the 6 Music audience.
More choice highlights from the Sony Award-winning Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish.
The Best Of Adam And Joe20120303A selection of tasty treats from Adam & Joe's 6 Music show at the Big British Castle. Text the Nation celebrates auditions and interviews and Radiohead's Thom Yorke drops by.
A selection of tasty treats from Adam & Joe's 6 Music show at the Big British Castle.
 20120331As BBC Radio 6 Music celebrates its 10th year on the digital airwaves, Steve Lamacq explores the station's history, and the musical connections that bring the extended 6 Music family together.
In this revealing show an array of the station's eclectic music-loving DJs, from Craig Charles to Lauren Laverne, Don Letts to Jarvis Cocker, share their magical highlights of the last 10 years working at BBC 6 Music. We also hear from musicians key to the station's history, such as Billy Bragg, and Tim Wheeler from Ash (Burn Baby Burn was the very first track played on 11th March 2002).
Awarded National station of the Year 2011 at the Music Week awards, and proud owner of multiple Sony Radio Academy Awards, the digital station has gone from strength to strength over the past decade. It is the UK's biggest digital-only station, attracting 1.44 million listeners each week.
This celebratory peek behind the scenes of such a well-loved radio station is, of course, linked by the "King of indie", Lammo, in his own inimitable way.
The 6 Music DJ family share their personal highlights on the station's tenth birthday.
BBC Radio 6 Music celebrates its 10th anniversary this month, so here's another chance to enjoy some of Adam & Joe's finest moments at the "Big British Castle".
Another chance to enjoy some of Adam & Joe's finest moments at the Big British Castle.
 20120407As BBC Radio 6 Music celebrates its 10th year on the digital airwaves, Steve Lamacq explores the station's history, and the musical connections that bring the extended 6 Music family together.
In this revealing show an array of the station's eclectic music-loving DJs, from Craig Charles to Lauren Laverne, Don Letts to Jarvis Cocker, share their magical highlights of the last 10 years working at BBC 6 Music. We also hear from musicians key to the station's history, such as Billy Bragg, and Tim Wheeler from Ash (Burn Baby Burn was the very first track played on 11th March 2002).
Awarded National station of the Year 2011 at the Music Week awards, and proud owner of multiple Sony Radio Academy Awards, the digital station has gone from strength to strength over the past decade. It is the UK's biggest digital-only station, attracting 1.44 million listeners each week.
This celebratory peek behind the scenes of such a well-loved radio station is, of course, linked by the "King of indie", Lammo, in his own inimitable way.
The 6 Music DJ family share their personal highlights on the station's tenth birthday.
 20120421Cerys Matthews presents some highlights from BBC Radio 6 Music along with a selection of favourite artists from her own record collection.
The Cardiff-born singer first enjoyed success in the 90s with Catatonia and, after the band split, she returned to the spotlight in 2003 with her country-tinged debut solo album, Cockahoop.
In 2009, she released Don't Look Down in both English- and Welsh-language versions and she has been nominated in the Open University's search to find a modern-day icon of Wales "for the brilliance of trading rock stardom for folk stardom" and being "one classy dame".
Cerys began presenting a weekly show on BBC 6 Music in 2010, which you can hear every Sunday from 10am, and features a wonderfully eclectic mix of music, from blues to beats, with poetry and live sessions.
Cerys Matthews introduces some of her favourite music from BBC 6 Music on Radio 2.
 
 201204286 Music's Breakfast show presenter Shaun Keaveny presents some highlights from BBC 6 Music, along with a selection of favourite artists from his own record collection.
Shaun Keaveny presents highlights from BBC 6 Music along with his favourite songs.
 20120505The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show will be simulcast on BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 2. He meets Alice Russell and Will Quantic on the cobbles of Coronation Street then takes them down the Rovers Return to catch up on their new project. The show also feature the listeners funk and foul requests, a Secret Soul Girl will be popping by and Craig continues to count down his all time favourite funky numbers in' 52 Weeks of Funk'.
Craig interviews Alice Russell and Quantic at the Rovers Return plus listener requests.
Jarvis Cocker20121224, the Sheffield-born Pulp frontman, turned solo star and author, began hosting his Sunday Service on BBC 6 Music in January 2010 and won the Sony Rising Star Award just four months later.
An all-embracing enthusiast, Jarvis dips into the BBC Archives and draws upon a record collection that includes classic artists, lesser-known vintage treats, under-the-radar talent, as well as spoken word. He also interviews favourites from across the cultural spectrum, including musicians, artists, writers and directors.
It's all part of 6 on 2, showcasing some of the rich programmes available on BBC Radio 6 Music, which was named UK station of the year at the 2012 Sony Radio Academy Awards. You can catch Jarvis' weekly service on Sundays from 4pm.
Lauren Laverne20121225gives Radio 2 listeners a taste of her daily BBC Radio 6 Music show.
Lauren Laverne began her career fronting the indie band Kenickie while still at school. Following the group's split in 1998, Lauren moved into broadcasting and journalism, and she's been hosting a daily live programme on BBC Radio 6 Music since 2009.
Live music is an essential component of Lauren's show, with 2012 session guests including Primal Scream, Bat for Lashes, Hot Chip, Paul Weller, Orbital and De La Soul.
This 6 on 2 series showcases some of the programmes available on BBC Radio 6 Music, which was named UK station of the year at the 2012 Sony Radio Academy Awards. You can catch Lauren's 6 Music show every weekday, from 10am.
Guy Garvey20121226The Elbow frontman gives Radio 2 listeners a taste of his weekly BBC Radio 6 Music show.
Steve Lamacq20121227, head of Radio 2's Rock College, has been on BBC radio for nearly 20 years, but he's still as interested and excited by music as he was when he wrote for his teenage fanzine A Pack of Lies.
When he's not busy sharing his findings with Radio 2 listeners on Wednesday nights, Steve can be heard every weekday on BBC Radio 6 Music from 4pm. And this programme features two live highlights: Blur and 2011 Mercury winners The XX, in session for Steve at the BBC's Maida Vale studios earlier this year.
It concludes the 6 on 2 series showcasing some of the fine programmes available on 6 Music, which was named UK station of the year at the 2012 Sony Radio Academy Awards.
 20130723Highlights from the Latitude Festival.
Craig Charles  

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  • Genre: Classic Pop & Rock, Music, Dance & Electronica, Music, Pop & Chart, Music
  • Genre: Classic Pop & Rock, Music, Pop & Chart, Music, Experimental & New, Pop & Chart, Music, Rock & Indie, Music

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