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20190126 (6M)"

Huey gets your weekend cooking with funky treats from his record collection.

As always Huey joins musical dots that you never knew needed joining, taking you on a journey around the world, and through time.

There's also a chance to rewind time and get on down aboard the soul train.

And if you've ever asked "where's my beat?" then Huey's got you covered when he unveils his Beat Of The Week.

Saturday morning is in the safest possible hands. That's a fact Jack.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station"

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Huey gets your weekend cooking with funky treats from his record collection.

As always Huey joins musical dots that you never knew needed joining, taking you on a journey around the world, and through time.

There's also a chance to rewind time and get on down aboard the soul train.

And if you've ever asked "where's my beat?" then Huey's got you covered when he unveils his Beat Of The Week.

Saturday morning is in the safest possible hands. That's a fact Jack.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station

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Huey gets your weekend cooking with funky treats from his record collection.

As always Huey joins musical dots that you never knew needed joining, taking you on a journey around the world, and through time.

There's also a chance to rewind time and get on down aboard the soul train.

And if you've ever asked "where's my beat?" then Huey's got you covered when he unveils his Beat Of The Week.

Saturday morning is in the safest possible hands. That's a fact Jack.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station

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20081019Huey Morgan is joined by eccentric pop icon Cyndi Lauper.
20081026Huey chats to UK rapper Roots Manuva on the phone.
20081102Fun Lovin' Criminals star Huey Morgan joins 6 Music.
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20081123"Huey Morgan brings his blend of New York sounds to 6 Music. Bandmate Fast joins him for a Reggae Rarity, plus a listener introduces him to the best of British in School Britannia.

Huey is joined by Steve Wold, aka Seasick Steve, to talk about their mutual passions."

20081130"Huey is joined by Pete Shelley, singer with seminal punk band The Buzzcocks."
30 Years Of 3 Feet High And Rising20190302 (6M)Huey celebrates De La Soul's 3 Feet High And Rising.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station

50 Years Of Hendrix20170513 (6M)Huey Morgan from Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station.
Get The Led Out!20190112 (6M)"

"Led Zeppelin didn't write tunes that everyone liked.... they left that to the Bee Gees." The line from Wayne's World maybe true, but what Led Zeppelin did do was set the template for most rock bands that came after them. You can hear their legacy from punk to metal, as well as in other genres such like Hip Hop - The Beastie Boys in particular relied heavily on Led Zep samples.

On the 50th anniversary of their debut album Huey looks at the artists that influenced Zeppelin, the artists they "borrowed" from, and the artists that they inspired. Expect tracks from Queens Of The Stone Age, White Stripes, Bukka White, DJ Shadow, Massive Attack, Bobby Parker, Little Richard, Nirvana, Memphis Minnie, John Carpenter, and Gary Clark Jr.

Fifty years to the day since their debut album landed, Huey celebrates Led Zeppelin.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station"

Going To Brazil20190119 (6M)"

Huey's in Brazil filming the first of a three part latin music series that will also take him to Cuba and Puerto Rico. Inspired by his trip, Huey plays some of his favourite Brazilian artists including Deodato and Tim Maia, as well as some of the notorious New York based latin musicians, who inspired his love for the music.

You an expect to hear music from Fania All-stars, Joe Bataan, Afro-Blue Persuasion, Machito, Banda Black Rio, Gilberto Gil, Bixiga 70 and many more.

As well as taking you down to Brazil, Huey will have all of his regular features including an new Meat of the Week, another Beat of the Week, and the soul train hits 1979 for some classy classic disco.

Huey begins his Latin American musical journey in Brazil.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station

Huey gets your weekend cooking with funky treats from his record collection.

As always Huey joins musical dots that you never knew needed joining, taking you on a journey around the world, and through time.

There's also a chance to rewind time and get on down aboard the soul train.

And if you've ever asked "where's my beat?" then Huey's got you covered when he unveils his Beat Of The Week.

Saturday morning is in the safest possible hands. That's a fact Jack.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station"

Higher Love20170429 (6M)Huey Morgan from Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station.
Katie Puckrik Sits In20190202 (6M)Katie Puckrik sits in for Huey.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station

Katie Puckrik Sits In20190209 (6M)Katie Puckrik sits in for Huey.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station

New Jams From Dj Yoda, Jay Stone And Donny Benet20190105 (6M)"

Huey's album of the week is the amazing Calibration of an Altered Mind by Jay Stone and his beat of the week comes from hip hop veteran Kev Brown.

As always Huey will be taking the soul train back in time to revisit another classic artist featured on the "black top of the pops".

And there are new jams from the likes of Cappo, Donny Benet, Son of Sam and Mansur Brown.

Huey's album of the week is the amazing Calibration of an Altered Mind by Jay Stone.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station"

So Many Anniversaries.20190126 (6M)"

Huey plays tracks from albums released 20, 30 and 40 years ago this year. Artists include Gang Starr, De La Soul, Public Enemy, Mos Def, Peanut Butter Wolf, and American Football.

Huey will also be marking the fact that it's been 50 years since the Beatles final live performance.

The Soul Train will be going back to 1999 and there are new jams from Cinematic Orchestra, Little People, Tensei, Ivan Conti and The Applied Arts Ensemble.

Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station

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Ya Mo Be There20170422 (6M)Huey Morgan from Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station.
6M20120513 (6M)"Aw Jeah it's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

This week's guest is JD McPherson. Making his debut on Rounder Records, JD is a purveyor of the true spirit of rock 'n' roll. Not retro, he's just a product of his influences, and definitely one to watch this year.

Our dons of Sharing Is Caring, Lewis Durham and Joe Walters will have another tune for you. And as always we'll be wishing you love, peace and soul as we turn the clock and get down with the Soul Train."

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6M20081221Huey Morgan is joined by comedian Johnny Vegas for some seasonal goodwill.
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6M20100228Huey meets Northern Irish three-piece Two Door Cinema Club.
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6M20100704"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan celebrates a double whammy. Not only is it his homeland's Independence Day but 6 Music also pays homage to the indie label in 'Independents Day'.

Huey picks some of his favourites from labels spanning from Island and Stax to Triumph, Sun Records, Stiff, Upsetter, A&M and Rough Trade.

Also on the show Huey's usual selection of unusual tunes and the needle on the record for a listener's special 'indie' vinyl request in 'Vinyl Fetish'.

Huey Morgan celebrates 6 Music's homage to the indie label in its own Independents Day."

6M20100711"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan talks to some of the original members from his favourite funk-pop band Earth, Wind and Fire just ahead of their UK Arena Tour.

Their career spans over 35 years, they've picked up 7 Grammys and have turned out countless disco classics, ballads and dance anthems including 'After The Love Has Gone' to 'Boogie Wonderland' and 'Let's Groove'. The band are still touring with original members Verdine White, Philip Bailey and Ralph Johnson. Huey talks to the guys about the band's inception, established by Maurice White a former session drummer for Chess Records, the astrological origins behind the their name to their 70's disco heyday and continued longevity.

Also on the show Huey spins an eclectic mix from his personal record collections spanning Hip Hop, reggae, soul, punk and rock and puts the needle on the record for a listener in 'Vinyl Fetish'. He also invites a respected musical peer to open up their record collection in 'Sharing Is Caring'.

Huey catches up with some of the original members of Earth, Wind and Fire."

6M20100725"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan talks to Mark Mothersbaugh from one of his favourite ever bands, Devo.

Following the release of their first album for three decades 'Something For Everybody' Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh meets Huey Morgan. Mega-fan Huey chats to Mark about the Devo philosophy and style from their visionary debut Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo to the present day.

DJ, remix-artist Jaguar Skills continues his extra special residency in 'Sharing Is Caring' with a hip hop mash-up hosted by his 50s voiceover guy!

Also on the show Huey spins an eclectic mix from his personal record collection spanning hip hop, reggae, soul, punk and rock and puts the needle on the record for a listener in Vinyl Fetish.

Huey Morgan talks to Mark Mothersbaugh, member of one of his favourite ever bands, Devo."

6M20100801"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan talks to Warp's experimental Hip-Hop head, yoga dude and sonic sound-bender, Gonjasufi.

Gonjasufi is Sumach Ecks, hailing from San Diego and creator of one of the most innovative albums of 2010 'A Sufi and a Killer'. Produced by some of the finest contemporary beat-makers Flying Lotus, Mainframe and old school friend Gaslamp Killer the album stitches together psychedelic soul, contemporary Hip Hop and echoes of Screamin' Jay Hawkins to create something utterly haunting and unique. Huey meets Gonjasufi to talk about yoga, faith, Miles Davis and the creative process.

DJ and remix-artist, the microphone-shy Jaguar Skills finishes his excellent residency in Sharing Is Caring, bringing rare grooves from his crates via the medium of his 50's voiceover guy. Huey has another New York Minute with DJ Uncle Mike, dialing into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic NY night club and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in 'Vinyl Fetish'.

All tied together in a big bow by Huey's finest eclectic record selection from Tribe Called Quest to Duke Ellington via Jimmy Cliff, The Clash, Tina Turner and The Ramones.

Huey Morgan meets Warp Records' experimental hip-hop head Gonjasufi."

6M20100808"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan invites one of his new favourite bands in for a chat, Carolina and the Chocolate Drops, who are reclaiming the black string-band tradition with a uniquely modern twist.

He meets Dom Flemons, Rhiannon Giddens and Justin Robinson from North Carolina. From meetings at a Black Banjo Gathering the band received tuition from one of last living performers of the Piedmont string band heyday, 90 year old Joe Thompson. Their debut album not only features new compositions and traditional covers but also a surprising but barn-storming cover of Blu Cantrell's 'Hit 'Em Up Style'.

Also on the show, Huey's old NY pal Mark Ronson takes over the mantle of Sharing Is Caring, picking records from his huge personal collection that have influenced his appropriately titled new album Record Collection. Huey has another New York Minute with DJ Uncle Mike, dialing into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic NY night club and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in 'Vinyl Fetish'.

All tied together by Huey's eclectic record selection from the likes of the Beastie Boys to Miles Davies via Toots and the Maytals, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Blondie and Led Zeppelin.

Huey Morgan invites Carolina and The Chocolate Drops in for a chat."

6M20100815"Huey Morgan chats to Kiwi dub, funk and afrobeat collective, the Black Seeds.

He grabs them for a chat as they hit the UK to talk about their unique musical style and their musical influences. He asks them about the New Zealand music scene, putting out their European releases on Sonar Kollektiv and their upcoming plans.

Also on the show, Huey's old NY pal Mark Ronson takes over the mantle of Sharing Is Caring, picking records from his huge personal collection that have influenced his appropriately titled new album Record Collection. Huey has another New York Minute with DJ Uncle Mike, dialing into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic NY night club and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in 'Vinyl Fetish'.

All tied together by Huey's eclectic record selection from the likes of Funkadelic, Chet Baker, The Bronx, Bob Marley, The Rolling Stones and a cheeky bit of Wu Tang."

6M20100822"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan brings you the perfect soundtrack to your Sunday afternoon.

Featuring interviews with his heroes and musical contemporaries plus Mark Ronson in for 'Sharing is Caring', picking out gems from his personal 'Record Collection' that has influence his latest album.

Huey will also be spinning a listener's choice on wax in 'Vinyl Fetish' and dialling into the Big Apple for 'New York Minute', your slice of New York on a Sunday.

With his motto "if it's cool, I'll play it", Huey also plays an eclectic mix of the best music from the past four decades, spanning rock, rap, disco, soul and Latino.

Huey provides the perfect soundtrack for a Sunday afternoon."

6M20100829"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan hooks up with the multi-talented, hip hop legend to be, Cee-Lo Green. Huey's been a fan of Cee-Lo's music since his early days in the hip hop group Goodie Mob, since then, Cee-Lo had released a number of solo albums and of course, is one half of Gnarls Barkley.

He talks with the artist from Atlanta, Georgia about his musical beginnings in the rap group, Goodie Mob, his solo work which spawned collaborations with hip hop heavyweights, The Neptunes, Timbaland and DJ Premier and saw him flex his soul singing vocal muscle, and about how he hooked up with Danger Mouse for their Gnarls Barkley collaboration. Cee-Lo is due to release his 4th solo studio album, provisionally titled "Cee Lo Green Is The Lady Killer".

Also on the show, Huey's old NY pal Mark Ronson continues his stint as "Sharing Is Caring" professor, dropping science on us from his huge personal record collection. Huey has another "New York Minute" with DJ Uncle Mike, dialing into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic NY night club and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in "Vinyl Fetish".

All tied together by Huey's eclectic record selection from the likes of Double D & Steinski to Bo Diddley, via Billie Holiday, Skip James, The Smithereens and Sly and the Family Stone.

Huey hooks up with multi-talented singer, songwriter, rapper and producer Cee-Lo Green."

6M20100905"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan brings you the perfect soundtrack to your Sunday afternoon.

Featuring interviews with his heroes and musical contemporaries plus spinning a listener's choice on wax in 'Vinyl Fetish' and dialling into the Big Apple for 'New York Minute', your slice of New York on a Sunday.

With his motto "if it's cool, I'll play it", Huey also plays an eclectic mix of the best music from the past four decades, spanning rock, rap, disco, soul and Latino.

Huey provides the perfect soundtrack for a Sunday afternoon."

6M20100912"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan meets Britain's much heralded jazz and hip-hop artist Soweto Kinch as he releases his first album on his own label, called 'The New Emancipation'.

Multiple award-winning Soweto Kinch not only dazzles the MOBOs but also the Montreaux Jazz Awards with his blend of jazz and hip-hop, mixing his prowess on the sax with dexterous rapping skills that combine socially cutting messages with a dash of humour. Huey Morgan talks to him about the political content of his music, striking out on his own label, his jazz education and understanding the keys.

Also on the show, former Beta Band lead singer and solo artist Steve Mason drops by for Sharing Is Caring, opening up his dub and reggae collection and picking a rare jam. Huey has another "New York Minute" with DJ Uncle Mike, dialling into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic NY night club and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in "Vinyl Fetish".

All tied together by Huey's eclectic record selection from the likes of M.I.A., Bjork, Devo, Public Enemy and The Band.

Huey chills out with one of the UK's most exciting jazz and hip hop artists, Soweto Kinch."

6M20100919"Madness frontman Suggs returns to 6 Music and brings his brand of humour and music for a Sunday afternoon as he sits in for Huey.

He'll be chatting to a fellow musician, asking a listener which record they'd like us to drop the needle on in Vinyl Fetish and spinning tracks from his personal record collection including some choice ska and reggae cuts.

Madness frontman Suggs sits in for Huey.

Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan brings you the perfect soundtrack to your Sunday afternoon.

Featuring interviews with his heroes and musical contemporaries plus Mark Ronson in for 'Sharing is Caring', picking out gems from his personal 'Record Collection' that has influence his latest album.

Huey will also be spinning a listener's choice on wax in 'Vinyl Fetish' and dialling into the Big Apple for 'New York Minute', your slice of New York on a Sunday.

With his motto "if it's cool, I'll play it", Huey also plays an eclectic mix of the best music from the past four decades, spanning rock, rap, disco, soul and Latino.

Huey provides the perfect soundtrack for a Sunday afternoon."

6M20100926"Madness frontman Suggs returns to 6 Music and brings his brand of humour and music for a Sunday afternoon as he sits in for Huey.

He'll be chatting to Mary Wilson, one of the first ladies of Motown and a founding member of The Supremes. Her hits are iconic from 'Baby Love' to 'You Can't Hurry Love' and 'Stop In The Name Of Love'. Suggs will be talking to her about Motown, performing for American presidents, her current projects and her charity work.

Suggs will also be asking a listener which record they'd like us to drop the needle on in Vinyl Fetish and spinning tracks from his personal record collection including some choice ska and reggae cuts.

Madness frontman Suggs sits in for Huey Morgan and chats to Mary Wilson."

6M20101003"Madness frontman Suggs brings stories, humour and his brand of music to a Sunday afternoon as he sits in for Huey.

This week he meets Sheffield's new indie hopes The Crookes, a Lamacq favourite four-piece who rather winsomely channel the jingly-jangly indie pop of Belle and Sebastian et al. The band met at University in Sheffield and are named after the Crookes suburb replete with coffee shops and students. Suggs will be asking them about their influences, their upcoming library tour and their plans for a debut album.

In 'The Lost Art of Conversation' Suggs is celebrating the joy of the chinwag and encouraging a noted raconteur to move away from their computer, abandon Ikea and indulge in the delight of a Sunday afternoon natter, perhaps over a quiet pint.

Suggs will also be asking a listener which record they'd like us to drop the needle on in Vinyl Fetish and spinning tracks from his personal record collection including some choice ska and reggae cuts.

Suggs sits in for Huey Morgan and meets Sheffield's new indie hopes The Crookes."

6M20101010"Madness frontman Suggs brings stories, humour and his brand of music to a Sunday afternoon as he sits in for Huey.

In his final week in for Huey he is joined in the studio by Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford, the song-writing team behind one our biggest indie pop exports Squeeze. Since 1974 Glenn and Chris alongside with a changing line-up of artists including Jools Holland in the original line-up have turned out hits including 'Cool For Cats', 'Up The Junction' and 'Labelled With Love'. They join Suggs to talk about their new release 'Sopt The Difference' in which they have painstakingly recreated 14 of their best-loved hits, inviting listeners to spot the difference from the original. They'll also be chewing the fat with Suggs about the art of songwriting, the key to a band's longevity and their shared love of London town.

In 'The Lost Art of Conversation' Suggs is celebrating the joy of the chinwag and encouraging a noted raconteur to move away from their computer, abandon Ikea and indulge in the delight of a Sunday afternoon natter, perhaps over a quiet pint.

Suggs will also be asking a listener which record they'd like us to drop the needle on in Vinyl Fetish and spinning tracks from his personal record collection including some choice ska and reggae cuts.

Suggs sits in for Huey on 6 Music and chews the fat with his old muckers from Squeeze."

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6M20101017"Mike Joyce, former drummer with The Smiths, takes up the Sunday lunchtime mantle live from Manchester.

As 6 Music celebrates all that is great about Manchester off the back of In The City music industry festival and event. Mike will be talking to some of his favourite new artists and showcasing all that is great about the contemporary Manchester music scene.

He'll also be spinning forgotten classics from his personal record collection from The Pixies to Joy Division and inviting a listener to choose which record they'd like to hear live on wax in Vinyl Fetish.

Mike Joyce, former drummer with The Smiths, sits in for Huey Morgan."

6M20101024"Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan is delighted to be back in his Sunday easy chair, spinning his favourite joints from rap to reggae, soul, funk, punk and rock. He meets the Easy Star All Stars, a group famous for their reggae and dub stylings of Pink Floyd and Radiohead with 'Dub Side Of The Moon' and 'Radiodread'. Huey meets Ray I Ray and Menny More from the band to talk about their status as one of the top touring reggae acts in the world. As the band release 'Dubber Side of The Moon' Huey asks about the state of the dub, bassline and reggae scenes, how they set about re-interpreting other artist's work and what they love to kick back and chill to on a Sunday. Steve Mason is back in the hot seat for Sharing Is Caring, appropriately treating the listeners to one of his favourite dub records and a listener picks which record they'd like to hear live on wax in Vinyl Fetish.

Huey is back in his reclining Sunday seat chatting to The Easy Star All Stars."

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Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan salutes the American fascination with Halloween as he explores his darker side in this weeks show.

From Black Sabbath to Sympathy for the Devil Huey finds out why the devil plays the best tunes in a special extended 'Sharing Is Scaring' and DJ Uncle Mike is back chatting to Huey about the spooky goings on in his hometown in 'New York Minute'.

And a listener eschews the fancy dress leather catsuit in favour of proper wax - their favourite Halloween party track on record in 'Vinyl Fetish'. We also have a special Cramps themed 'Vinyl Fetish' in a celebration of the sleazy and theatrical garage-punk band.

Huey Morgan salutes the American fascination with Halloween.

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Huey talks to one of his rock heroines, Chrissie Hynde about her new collaboration album with singer-songwriter JP Jones called 'Fidelity'.

Chrissie has long been a big influence on Huey and he is delighted to be talking to her and JP about their recent collaborative album under the moniker 'JP, Chrissie and The Fairground Boys'. A concept album about a love affair doomed by a 30-year age gap the album is the first album Hynde has ever released under another band moniker despite a history of collaborating with the great and good of rock royalty.

Huey wants to find out how the relatively unknown Welsh songwriter JP managed to persuade and pin Hynde down for such a project, what their writing sessions were like in Cuba and what their plans are for the future.

Former Beta Band front-man and now solo artist Steve Mason is back for Sharing Is Caring, picking a dub favourite to share with Huey and the listeners. Uncle Mike regales us with a New York musical memory in New York Minute and a listener chooses their favourite record to hear on wax on the radio.of the best music from the past four decades, spanning rock, rap, disco, soul and Latino.

Huey talks to one of his rock heroines, Chrissie Hynde, about her new collaboration album."

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Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan clicks his chair back into the recline position and brings brings his usual selection of unusual tunes - from latin to soul, hip hop, rap, punk and reggae that stem from New York heritage or have inspired him as a musician.

Featuring interviews with his heroes and musical contemporaries plus former Beta Band lead singer and solo artist Steve Mason joins Huey for his last Sharing Is Caring, opening up his record collection for a little-known dub and reggae gem, a passion of his. Huey has another "New York Minute" with DJ Uncle Mike, dialling into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic NY musical moment and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in "Vinyl Fetish".

Ex-Beta Band singer and solo artist Steve Mason joins Huey for his last Sharing Is Caring."

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This week Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan meets journalist and author Jon Savage to chat about 'Black Hole', his compilation on Domino of early Californian punk from 1976 - 1980. With seminal punk bands from the Dead Kennedys to The Germs and The Zeros represented, Huey talks to Jon about how the anti-establishment rants and fast riffs coming out of the West Coast differed from those coming out of the East Coast and the UK. He also asks Jon about the stories behind some of the bands whose names are unfamiliar if their sound is not and why he loves this first wave of punk.

Also on the show a musical contemporary joins Huey for Sharing Is Caring, opening up their record collection to share a little known or special cut from their ipod or record box. Huey has another "New York Minute" with DJ Uncle Mike, dialling into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic NY musical moment and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in "Vinyl Fetish".

All held together by Huey's usual selection of unusual tunes - from latin to soul, hip hop, rap, punk and reggae with the chair clicked firmly back in the recline position for a Sunday afternoon.

Huey meets journalist and author Jon Savage to chat about early Californian punk."

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This week Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan meets meets Adrian Boot, music photographer whose new exhibition features Huey's favourite band: The Clash.

Known for his work for NME, Melody Maker, The Times, The Guardian and the The Face, Adrian Boot has been taking photos since the 70's and meets Huey just before an exhibition opens at the Proud Galleries in Camden, London showcasing his work of The Clash. Huey talks to him about these shots and his relationship with the band as well as his long-running career, as chief photographer for Live Aid to shooting for the British Council and other organisations all over the world.

Also on the show Prime Cuts, Plus One and Tony Vegas from the Scratch Perverts join Huey for Sharing Is Caring, opening up their record collection to share a little known or special cut with the listeners.

Huey has another "New York Minute" with DJ Uncle Mike, dialling into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic musical moment and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in "Vinyl Fetish".

All held together by Huey's usual selection of unusual tunes - from latin to soul, hip hop, rap, punk and reggae with the chair clicked firmly back in the recline position for a Sunday afternoon.

Huey meets Adrian Boot, music photographer, whose new exhibition features The Clash."

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Huey plays an eclectic mix of the best music from the past six decades.

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6M20110403"With his motto, "as long as it's cool, I'll play it", Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack for your Sunday afternoon. Expect to hear anything from The Stones to Wu Tang, accompanied by his laid back New York drawl.

This week Huey is joined by two important women, the first being the mighty Annie Lennox, who opens her music vaults to supply us with her favourite songs for "Sharing Is Caring". The theme with Annie, is women, so expect Huey to get his Feminism on!

It's Mother's Day, so of course, the second woman is Huey's Ma Dukes! Huey drops a line across the Atlantic to have a chat with his Mom who supplies us with a song that was the soundtrack to Huey's youth.

Also in the show, there's "Vinyl Fetish" which, as always, is your chance to take over the show, with one song you think has be heard on wax, in order to be heard in all its glory. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by the mighty Annie Lennox."

6M20110515"More Sunday jams with the Fun Lovin' Criminal. Today's show is dedicated to Mr Nesta Robert "Bob" Marley whose funeral was 30 years ago. Joining Huey will be Steve Levine to talk about Bob's importance and the new documentary he has made on the great man for 6Music.

Brad Baloo of The Nextmen continues his stint as our Don of Sharing Is Caring, and we'll be dropping the needle on another slice of wax in Vinyl Fetish.

The show is dedicated to Mr Nesta Robert 'Bob' Marley, whose funeral was 30 years ago."

6M20110529"Reverend Shine Snake Oil Co who make the kind of music you'd normally find at a travelling medicine show. Instead you'll normally find them in Copenhagen where they relocated to from New York.

Also, Brad Baloo of the Nextmen, DJ, Producer, Musicologist and now President of "Sharing Is Caring", drops more science on us, in the way that only a veteran digger like him, could!

Also in the show there's "Vinyl Fetish": the time for a listener to take over the show with the song that they have to hear on vinyl.

Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack."

6M20110605"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Joining Huey in the studio are Austin's White Denim talking about their latest record and what to call their music, Psyche Punk? We haven't got a clue.

The man who puts humour in Human Beatbox, Beardyman will also be talking with Huey. He's our latest don of sharing is caring, and he'll be doing both of those things by dropping another of his favourite tracks. Of course we wouldn't let him leave without dropping some beats either.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by Austin's White Denim, talking about their latest album."

6M20110612"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk and anything else that has caught his ear.

Joining Huey in the studio are Kitty, Daisy And Lewis who are still just nippers despite having been making music for ages..

The man who puts humour in Human Beatbox, Beardyman will also be talking with Huey. He's our latest don of sharing is caring, and he'll be doing both of those things by dropping another of his favourite tracks. Of course we wouldn't let him leave without dropping some beats either.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by Kitty, Daisy and Lewis."

6M20110619"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

The man the UK Beatbox championships had to make a judge just to stop him winning, Beardyman will also be talking with Huey. He's in his 4th week as our don of sharing is caring. So far he's shared Q-Tip, his own impression of Q-tip, and John Hopkins. Who knows what science he'll be dropping on us this week.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon."

6M20110710"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Nashville's Caitlin Rose is Huey's guest in the studio. The former punk turned country singer will win everyone's hearts at this year's festivals, she's already won The Huey Show's.

Huey will also be bidding a sad farewell to Beardyman as his stint as our don of Sharing Is Caring Comes to an end. So far he's shared Q-Tip, his own impression of Q-tip, D,Angelo and John Hopkins. Who knows what science he'll be dropping on us in his final week.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey gets eclectic and is joined by guest Caitlin Rose of Nashville."

6M20110717"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Possibly our favourite band of the last year, Wye Oak join Huey for a chat. The boy girl duo have been quietly making albums until they dropped 'Civilian' earlier this year. That album has changed their lives forever.

Huey will also be bidding a sad farewell to Beardyman as his stint as our don of Sharing Is Caring Comes to an end. So far he's shared Q-Tip, his own impression of Q-tip, D,Angelo and John Hopkins. Who knows what science he'll be dropping on us in his final week.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by Wye Oak for a chat, plus he bids sad farewell to Beardyman."

6M20110724"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Huey was at a gig recently. The band playing blew him away and so we just had to have them on the show. They are Kill It Kid and it's easy to see why their blues rock caught his attention.

It's also time to say hello to our new don to the Sharing Is Caring, Roger Armstrong, founder of the legendary Ace Records who have released and reissued some of the greatest soul, jazz, rock n roll, punk, country, and world musc you've ever heard.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by Kill It Kid, plus Roger Armstrong is his Sharing is Caring don."

6M20110731"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Huey was at a gig recently. The band playing blew him away and so we just had to have them on the show. They are Kill It Kid and it's easy to see why their blues rock caught his attention.

It's also time to say hello to our new don to the Sharing Is Caring, Roger Armstrong, founder of the legendary Ace Records who have released and reissued some of the greatest soul, jazz, rock n roll, punk, country, and world musc you've ever heard.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by blues rockers Kill It Kid."

6M20110807"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

What's with all the brilliant girl-boy duos who keep becoming our new favourite band? This time it's Brooklyn's She Keeps Bees who have captured Huey's heart, they'll be joining Huey to pick some tracks off their new album 'Dig On'

Roger Armstrong, founder of the legendary Ace Records who have released and reissued some of the greatest soul, jazz, rock n roll, punk, country, and world music you've ever heard, is our current don of Sharing Is Caring. He'll be making another killer selection for Huey.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by Brooklyn's She Keeps Bees."

6M20110911"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

10 Years on from September the 11th 2001 we're celebrating New York City in the only way we know how, with a totally New York playlist.

Huey will also be joined by the man with probably the most New York voice, legendary comedian Jackie Mason.

And we'll be taking a Vinyl Fetish direct from the Streets of NYC as the man with possibly the finest collection of soul in the city, Mr Finewine, picks some wax for us.

Ten years on from September 11 2001, Huey celebrates New York City."

6M20110918"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Who got the funk? Eli Paperboy Reed got the funk. He'll be bringing some of that with him, hopefully, when he joins Huey for a chat in the middle of his UK tour.

Roger Armstrong, founder of the legendary Ace Records who have released and reissued some of the greatest soul, jazz, rock n roll, punk, country, and world music you've ever heard, is our current don of Sharing Is Caring. He'll be making another killer selection for Huey.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Eli 'Paperboy' Reed joins Huey for a chat and Roger Armstrong is the Sharing Is Caring don"

6M20110925"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Those romantic punks-gone-Mexican, Mariachi El Bronx are Huey's guests. They have returned to Mariachi for their latest album, 'Mariachi El Bronx II'

Roger Armstrong, founder of the legendary Ace Records who have released and reissued some of the greatest soul, jazz, rock n roll, punk, country, and world music you've ever heard, is our current don of Sharing Is Caring. He'll be making his final killer selection for Huey.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by romantic punks-gone-Mexican, Mariachi El Bronx."

6M20111002"Huey gets eclectic, bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon."
6M20111009"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon and spinning hip hop, soul, disco, rock, blues, punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Steve Levine is back in with Huey. Last time it was Bob Marley, this time he's got exclusive access to a whole bunch of Pink Floyd master tapes for a very special edition of his Record Producers show. He'll be sharing some of this rare Floyd audio.

Miles Cleret, founder of Soundway Records joins Huey for Sharing Is Caring. Soundway's mission is to present the very best in highlife, 70s Nigerian disco and rock, golden age Panamanian music, Benin Afro-Latin grooves, Colombian champeta and all other forms of tropical and Afro sounds imaginable. This feature is going to get exotic!

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record, as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey brings his NYC style to Sunday and is joined by Steve Levine."

6M20111016"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon and spinning hip hop, soul, disco, rock, blues, punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

Miles Cleret, founder of Soundway Records joins Huey for Sharing Is Caring. Soundway's mission is to present the very best in highlife, 70s Nigerian disco and rock, golden age Panamanian music, Benin Afro-Latin grooves, Colombian champeta and all other forms of tropical and Afro sounds imaginable. This feature is going to get exotic!

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record, as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by Soundway Records founder Miles Cleret for Sharing Is Caring."

6M20111023"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon and hip hop producer Oddisee is this week's guest.

Huey was tipped off to him by fellow 6 Music presenter Tom Ravenscroft, and his tracks have featured in the show almost every week since. Oddisee gets his fingers dusty digging through crates of records like all the best old skool producers did, and his beats are killer for it.

Miles Cleret, founder of the legendary Soundway Records is our don of Sharing Is Caring. Soundway's mission is to present the very best in highlife, 70s Nigerian disco and rock, golden age Panamanian music, Benin Afro-Latin grooves, Colombian champeta and all other forms of tropical and Afro sounds imaginable. This is going to get exotic!

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey's guest is hip hop producer Oddisee."

6M20111030"Huey gets eclectic, bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon and this week's guests are Twin Sister.

Long Island (or as it's known in Huey's hometown "Strong Island") is home to Twin Sister. In Heaven the band's first album proper, is effortlessly cool, a little bit disco, and totally up Huey's street.

Miles Cleret, founder of the legendary Soundway Records is our don of Sharing Is Caring. And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Hueys guests are Twin Sister, who hail from Long Island, New York."

6M20111106"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. This week's guest is another new discovery. Lianne La Havas has an exotic soundiong name but is normally found in unexotic Hackney. Her debut EP features a collaboration with Willy Mason and shows off one of the best voices this country has seen in years. You might fall in love with her.

Miles Cleret, founder of the legendary Soundway Records continues as don of Sharing Is Caring. And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey's guest is another new musical discovery - Lianne La Havas."

6M20111113"This week's show is a movie soundtrack special with Huey speaking to Clint Mansell and John Carpenter and playing three hours of his favourite, themes, soundtracks, scores, and performances from the big screen.

Formerly of Pop Will Eat Itself, Clint Mansell is now one of the biggest names in composing music for movies. His credits include the original scores for Black Swan, The Wrestler, Requiem For A Dream, and Moon.

Auteur John Carpenter manwhile has scored the music for many of his films including the classic soundtracks for Halloween, Assault On Precinct 13, Escape From New York, Christine, The Fog, and Big Trouble In Little China.

It's a movie soundtrack special with Huey speaking to Clint Mansell and John Carpenter."

6M20111120"Another week, another legend and this time Ronnie Wood is Huey's guest.

The Rolling Stones are re-issuing their classic punk and disco infused album, Some Girls, and Ronnie will be sharing his memories of making a record that was his first as an official member of the band. There's also an exclusive that fans of the Stones will not want to miss.

And Miles Cleret, founder of the legendary Soundway Records is our don of Sharing Is Caring. Soundway's mission is to present the very best in highlife, 70s Nigerian disco and rock, golden age Panamanian music, Benin Afro-Latin grooves, Colombian champeta and all other forms of tropical and Afro sounds imaginable. This is going to get exotic!

Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood is Huey Morgan's guest."

6M20111127"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon and this week he's joined by legendary rock photographer Bob Gruen.

Bob has captured some of the most iconic images in rock and roll, including John Lennon in the New York City T-shirt, and Debbie Harry at Coney Island. His new book Rock Seen is a beautiful document of his 40 years in rock photography.

Michael Kiwanuka is our new don of Sharing Is Caring. The London newcomer has released two incredible, soulful EPs this year, and joined Huey back in July. As don of Sharing Is Caring, Michael will be taking up residence on the show to play the tracks that have influenced him.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by rock photographer Bob Gruen."

6M20111204Huey Morgan brings his own brand of music to the station.
6M20111211"Huey brings his NYC style to Sunday afternoon and this week he's joined by another of his heroes, and a genuine legend, George Benson.

George is a ten-time Grammy Award winner, who's played with Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, Quincy Jones, Miles Davis Chet Atkins, Freddie Hubbard, Bobby Womack, Aretha Franklin and Chaka Khan. He talks to Huey about his extraordinary career

Michael Kiwanuka is our don of Sharing Is Caring. The London newcomer has released two incredible, soulful EPs this year, and joined Huey back in July. As don of Sharing Is Caring, Michael plays the tracks that have influenced him.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey brings his NYC style to Sunday afternoon and is joined by George Benson."

6M20111218"This week's show is dedicated to the boombox: two speakers, an amp, and a cassette player that changed the musical landscape and became a symbol of freedom for a generation. You can expect some tunes that'll get you poppin', so get your best tracksuit, you'll need to dress fresh for this one.

Huey's guest is Lyle Owerko who's just published The Boombox Project, a book which aims to document the machines and the culture. And Michael Kiwanuka is our don of Sharing Is Caring. The London newcomer has released two incredible, soulful EPs this year, and joined Huey back in July. As don of Sharing Is Caring, Michael will be taking up residence on the show to play the tracks that have influenced him.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

This show is dedicated to the boombox: two speakers, an amp and a cassette player."

6M20111225"Aw Yeah, it's a New York Christmas, with your boy Huey delving into the depths of his record collection for the best festive records ever cut.

Our don of Sharing Is Caring - Michael Kiwanuka - bids us farewell but not before sharing another gem with you on this most special of days.

And, as 6 Music continues to celebrate all things vinyl, New York DJ Uncle Mike drops in with a very special Christmas present.

It's a New York Christmas with your boy Huey playing the best festive records ever cut."

6M20120101"It's an all vinyl New Year's Day with your boy Huey. He's been digging through crates, and his record collection to find the finest tracks ever cut to wax

Huey's guest is Paul Mawhinney who ran the Record Rama store in Pittsburgh, PA and through keeping back one copy of every record in his archive, amassed the world's biggest record collection.

Due to declining sales Paul had to close his store in 2008 but he still maintains the archive and is hoping to find a buyer for it after several failed bids.

Huey will also be celebrating what he considers to be the finest side A of any record by playing it out in all it's glory.

On 6 Music's all-vinyl New Year's Day, Huey plays the finest tracks ever cut to wax."

6M20120108"It's David Bowie's 65th birthday today so Huey's paying tribute to "The Thin White Duke" and his films. That's right, his films. Whether it's The Man Who Fell To Earth, The Prestige, or Labyrinth, Huey will be celebrating Bowie's celluloid successes, and dropping tuneage from the soundtracks

Huey also welcomes The Milk back to the show. The punks turned soul boys are one's to watch this year, and they're here as the new dons of sharing is caring.

It's David Bowie's 65th birthday, so Huey's paying tribute to The Thin White Duke."

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6M20120122"It's a Sunday of jams, with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

Huey's guest this week is actor Michael Rapaport. Known for his roles in Friends, The War At Home, and My Name Is Earl, he is now a Grammy-nominated director for his film Beats, Rhymes and Life. The film tells the story of one of the most influential bands of all time, A Tribe Called Quest.

Huey also welcomes The Milk back to the show. The punks turned soul boys are one's to watch this year, and they're here as the new dons of Sharing Is Caring.

And Huey will be turning the clock back to bring you a jam from the past in Soul Train.

It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey and his guest Michael Rapaport."

6M20120129"It's a Sunday of jams, with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

Huey has strong thoughts on the quality of UK hip hop and UK MCs. One who definitely makes the grade is The Sound Of Rum's Kate Tempest. Much more than an MC, she's also a poet and a playwright and she'll be joining Huey in the studio.

Huey also welcomes The Milk back to the show. The punks turned soul boys are one's to watch this year, and they're here as the dons of Sharing Is Caring.

And Huey will be turning the clock back to bring you a jam from the past in Soul Train.

The Sound of Rum's Kate Tempest, an MC, a poet and a playwright, joins Huey in the studio."

6M20120205"It's a Sunday of jams, with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

As BBC Radio 6 Music Celebrates Kraftwerk, 30 years after The Model hit number 1, Huey reflects their unlikely influence on hip hop with Afrika Bambaata, the "Amen Ra" of this genre. Bambaata's Planet Rock was inspired by Kraftwerk and in turn helped pave the way for the elctro and trance genres.

He also welcomes The Milk back to the show. The punks turned soul boys are one's to watch this year, and they're here as the dons of sharing is caring.

And we'll be turning the clock back so we can get on down in Soul Train.

As 6 Music celebrates Kraftwerk, Huey reflects their unlikely influence on hip hop."

6M20120212"It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

Huey's guest this week is New Zealander Hollie Fullbrook, better known as "Tiny Ruins". If you haven't heard of her yet you will. In fact you should have already but her planned trip over in October 2011 had to be cancelled due to a motorbike accident. Hopefully this trip will be incident free as she has one of the most beautiful voices around. Her album, Some Were Meant For Sea, was one of this show's favourites of last year.

Huey also bids farewell to The Milk. The punks turned soul boys are one's to watch this year, and they've been faultless as our dons of Sharing Is Caring. They say goodbye by picking one last tune for us.

And we'll be turning the clock back so we can get on down in Soul Train.

Huey's guest is New Zealander Hollie Fullbrook, better known as Tiny Ruins."

6M20120219"it's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

Huey's guests this week are one of his favourite bands, and one of only two black American string bands, apparently. They are The Carolina Chocolate Drops, a band that formed at the Black Banjo Gathering and have brought their traditional music from the Piedmont region of the Carolinas, to a world audience.

And we'll be turning the clock back so we can get on down in Soul Train.

Huey's guests are one of his favourite bands, The Carolina Chocolate Drops."

6M20120226"It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

Huey welcomes back Gonjasufi to the studio, whose 2010 breakthrough album A Sufi And A Killer was dark, mystical, and heavy with beats. His follow up MU.ZZ.LE dropped at the end of January and takes hip hop to somewhere almost unrecognisable.

And we'll be turning the clock back so we can get on down in Soul Train.

Huey welcomes Gonjasufi back to the studio."

6M20120304"It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

Huey's guest this week should have been his guest in October had it not been for a motorbike accident. She's dusted herself down, the bruises have gone and Tiny Ruins - aka New Zealander Hollie Fullbrook - will finally be in the studio. Her album We Were Meant For Sea was one of the hidden gems of last year, and is finally starting to catch on.

Plus Jazz pianist Neil Cowley picks another tune as our don of Sharing Is Caring and we'll be turning the clock back so we can get on down in Soul Train.

Huey is joined by Tiny Ruins - aka New Zealander Hollie Fullbrook."

6M20120311"As 6 Music Celebrates 10 Years on the digital airwaves, Huey has The Portico Quartet playing live in the studio.

The band have previously been Mercury Prize nominated and their third, self-titled album, is already shaping up to be one of the albums of the year. We think it's somewhere between jazz and electronica, and we know that it is beautiful.

Their sound often comprises of The Hang, a 21st century percussion instrument. We don't know what one of those is yet, but they'll be bringing it, or them along.

Elsewhere in the show, jazz pianist Neil Cowley picks another tune as our don of Sharing Is Caring. And we'll be turning the clock back so we can get on down in Soul Train.

As 6 Music Celebrates 10 Years, Huey has The Portico Quartet playing live in the studio."

6M20120318"It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week. Jazz pianist Neil Cowley picks another tune as our don of Sharing Is Caring and we turn the clock back so we can get on down in Soul Train.

Huey plays punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging."

6M20120325"It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging. This week is a sampled special, with three hours of the tracks that crate diggers have been plundering since turntablism began.

Production duo The Nextmen share their guide to the top 10 samples ever used. If that's not all, Huey also chats to one of sampling's greatest ever exponents, The Dust Brothers.

And we'll be turning the clock back so we can get on down in Soul Train.

Huey presents a sampled special featuring The Nextmen and The Dust Brothers."

6M20120401"It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

This week, Huey is joined by Bristol band Phantom Limb, who are soulful and a little country (a little like The Staples Singers fronting The Band). Their second album, The Pines, dropped in February and Huey is digging it.

We'll also be saying a sad farewell to Neil Cowley of the Neil Cowley Trio. The pianist has been our don of Sharing Is Caring for the last five weeks, bringing killer tunes with him. He'll be saying goodbye with tune number six.

And, as always, we'll be wishing you love, peace and soul as we turn the clock and get down with the Soul Train.

Huey is joined by Bristol band Phantom Limb."

6M20120408"Huey's guest this week is Fuzzface, better known as Portishead's Geoff Barrow. Geoff's new project is The Quakers, a hip hop collective boasting 35 members including The Pharcyde's Booty Brown, Dead Prez, and Aloe Blacc.

We've also got a new don, well actually new dons, of Sharing Is Caring. They are Pokey LaFarge and Lewis Durham, better known as the Lewis in Kitty, Daisy and Lewis. Pokey is one of the artists on Lewis' Evangelist Records label which is releasing music on 45 and 78rpm, all recorded in Lewis' own studio

And as always we'll be wishing you love, peace and soul as we turn the clock and get down with the Soul Train.

Huey's guest is Fuzzface, better known as Portishead's Geoff Barrow."

6M20120415"This week, as part of 6 Music Celebrates: Dance Culture, Huey celebrates the dance music of New York City with the help of legendary DJ Nicky Siano.

A pioneer of the early 70s dance scene, Nicky was DJing at 16 and, at 17, he opened the legendary Gallery club in New York. He was also a resident at studio 54 and The Loft and inspired and launched the careers of Grace Jones, Loleatta Holloway, Larry Levan and Frankie Knuckles, to name a few

Our dons of Sharing Is Caring this week are, Lewis Durham (of Kitty, Daisy and Lewis) and his Evangelist Record Company co-founder Joe Walters. And, as always, we'll be wishing you love, peace and soul as we turn the clock and get down with the Soul Train.

Huey celebrates the dance music of New York City with the help of DJ Nicky Siano."

6M20120422"Aw Jeah, it's a Sunday of jams, with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

He was recently our Sharing Is Caring don but this week we're actually going to talk about Neil Cowley's own music. The Neil Cowley Trio's album, The Face Of Mount Molehill, may or may not be jazz, but it is definitely one of this show's albums of the year so far.

Our current dons of Sharing Is Caring, Lewis Durham and Joe Walters will also have another tune for you. And as always we'll be wishing you love, peace and soul as we turn the clock and get down with the Soul Train.

Huey talks to Neil Cowling about his trio's new album The Face of Mount Molehill."

6M20120429"Aw Jeah it's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey. Staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

Our dons of Sharing Is Caring, Lewis Durham and Joe Walters will have another tune for you.

And as always we'll be wishing you love, peace and soul as we turn the clock and get down with the Soul Train.

It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey."

6M20120506"Aw Jeah it's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

This week's guest, Tom Williams, seems like a nice boy but when he starts singing you quickly realise there's something dark there. Tom is about to release his new album with his band The Boat and he'll be talking to Huey, most likely about Tom Petty.

Our dons of Sharing Is Caring, Lewis Durham and Joe Walters will have another tune for you.

And as always we'll be wishing you love, peace and soul as we turn the clock and get down with the Soul Train.

It's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey chatting to singer Tom Williams."

6M20120603"Aw Jeah it's a Sunday of jams with your boy Huey staying classy all the way through punk, funk, reggae, soul, rock, hip hop, and anything else he's digging this week.

Huey's guest this week has appeared on over 4000 records, played with more than 2500 artists, created ""The Purdie Shuffle"" and played drums for The Beatles. Not Ringo Starr, this is Bernard ""Pretty"" Purdie. A true legend who you've heard more times than you'll ever know.

Our don of sharing is caring is Quantic. Whether he's collaborating with Alice Russell, releasing Cumbia compilations, or playing with his Combo Barbaro whatever he does is quality. And his picks for us are no different.

And, as always, we'll be wishing you love, peace and soul as we turn the clock and get down with the Soul Train."

6MA Sister Doing It For Ourselves: Annie Lennox20110327"Whether you're a fan of The Stones, The Supremes, The Led Zeppelins or The Wu Tang Clan - Love your Punk, your Reggae, your Latin or your Blues - Huey's New York drawl and eclectic Sunday afternoon soundtrack will bring sunshine to your day, even when the start of British Summertime doesn't!

Huey is joined by the one, the only, Annie Lennox, Ladies and Gentlemen! Annie is firmly settled in for the fourth of her 6 week stint as Don of "Sharing Is Caring" where we'll be supplied with another of her favourite songs. The theme throughout March is "Sisters Doing It For Themselves" - so expect some curve-balls!

Also in the show, there's "Vinyl Fetish" which, as always, is your chance to take over the show, with one song you think has be heard on wax, in order to be heard in all its glory. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by the one, the only, Annie Lennox.

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6MAhh... The Name Is Bootsy, Baby !20110501"Huey meets the King for Funk, Bootsy Collins! Huey finds out about Bootsy's musical history, from playing with James Brown on "Sex Machine", "Super Bad" and "Soul Power", to his work with Parliament-Funkadelic, his solo work and of course his new album, "Tha Funk Capital of the World".

Bootsy talks to Huey about Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Chuck D, Rev. Al Sharpton, Samuel L. Jackson, Catfish Collins, Bobby Womack, George Clinton and Musiq Soulchild - all featured on his 2011 album.

Brad Baloo of the Nextmen, DJ, Producer, Musicologist and now President of "Sharing Is Caring", drops more science on us, in the way that only a veteran digger like him, could!

Also in the show there's "Vinyl Fetish": the time for a listener to take over the show with the song that they have to hear on vinyl. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by the King of Funk, Bootsy Collins."

6MBack With The Blues: Gregg Allman20110213"Huey meets Gregg Allman to talk blues and Hammond B-3 Organ's and along the way, finds out about his old roommate, Jackson Browne, that Allman Brothers Band gig at the Fillmore East and the new album; Gregg Allman's first solo record in 14 years, produced by T Bone Burnett and featuring musical talent in the shape of Dr. John, "Low Country Blues".

Gregg and Huey listen to tracks from the album, penned a line-up of luminaries including Bobby "Blue" Bland, Muddy Waters, BB King and the man, himself.

Also in the show, Huey hears from another of his musical peers who have dug deep in their record collection to bring us more rare gems for "Sharing Is Caring" and once again, Huey has rifled through the BBC Gramophone Library to drop the needle on a dusty delicacy picked by a listener, for "Vinyl Fetish".

Huey meets Gregg Allman to talk blues and Hammond B-3 organs.

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6MChristmas A Go-go With The Go! Team20101219"This week Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan gets set for Christmas with the Go! Team.

Looking ahead to the release of their third album 'Rolling Blackouts' in January the band drop by The Huey Show to give us a sneaky peek of the album and share a mince pie. The sextet was founded by producer Ian Parton who recruited a live band to bring to life his studio productions who became The Go! Team. Known for mashing up garage rock with old school Hip Hop, glitch pop and Blaxploitation or Bollywood soundtracks and samples, The Go! Team's debut album 'Thunder Lightning Strike' was nominated for the Mercury Award in 2005 whilst a track from their second release soundtracked the launch of the iplayer in 2007. The crew talk samples, remixes, touring and running ahead of the pack and set out their plan to take over 2011.

Also on the show Prime Cuts, Plus One and Tony Vegas from the Scratch Perverts join Huey for Sharing Is Caring, opening up their record collection to share a little known or special cut with the listeners.

Huey has another "New York Minute" with DJ Uncle Mike, dialling into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic musical moment and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in "Vinyl Fetish".

Plus Huey brings the science with his perfect playlist for a wintry Sunday from latin to soul, hip hop, punk, reggae and rock with a healthy dose of disco to soundtrack the Christmas wrapping.

Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan gets set for Christmas with The Go! Team.

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6MDavid Lynch Special20110109"In this Huey Show special we celebrate acclaimed filmmaker David Lynch's (The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive) creative and innovative use of music in his film and TV programmes from Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton in Blue Velvet to composer Angelo Badalamenti's haunting compositions for Twin Peaks.

Huey talks to the film director on the phone, from his home in Los Angeles, about his love of music and its importance in his film and television work. Following the release of his two electro pop singles on the Sunday Best label Huey asks David about creating his own music and where his own personal musical allegiances lie.

Also on the show Huey maintains that the manifesto for 2011 is 'Sharing Is Caring' and in this spirit the Scratch Perverts continue their residency, choosing a cherished record to share with the listeners and a listener picks their own favourite track to be spun on wax in 'Vinyl Fetish'.

Huey talks to maverick filmmaker turned musician David Lynch about his influences.

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6MDj Heroes: The Scratch Perverts Share And Care20101128"This week Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan meets new funk and soul 3-piece Belleruche. Signed to the Brighton based indie-label Tru Thoughts Belleruche have had a successful year, releasing their album '270 Stories' to acclaim, airplay and a 6Music Craig Charles session! They've just finished their tour of the UK and ahead of heading out to the US and Australia Huey meets Kathrin and Ricky from the band to ask about their mix of influences from Hip Hop to rock and blues and find out about stealing the Raconteurs rider at the Montreux Jazz Festival!

Also on the show the DJ trio hailed for their skills and eclectic record box, the Scratch Perverts start their residency in Sharing Is Caring, opening up the crates to share a rare or special cut.

Huey has another "New York Minute" with DJ Uncle Mike, dialling into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic NY musical moment and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in "Vinyl Fetish".

All held together by Huey's usual selection of unusual tunes - from latin to soul, hip hop, rap, punk and reggae with the chair clicked firmly back in the recline position for a Sunday afternoon.

The Scratch Perverts start their Sharing is Caring residency and Huey meets Belleruche.

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6MDynamite!: The Milk20110227"Huey talks to The Milk; the band responsible for two tracks Huey can't get enough of: "Dynamite" and "Danger". He gave the band - a four-piece from Essex whose music crosses the boundaries of Funk, Soul, Punk and Hip-Hop - their first national airplay. He talks to the band about their love of classic Motown, Stax and Trojan records, how they take inspiration for girl-groups like The Vandellas and The Ronettes and about working with Brad Baloo of The Nextmen on their forthcoming album.

Liela Moss of The Duke Spirit joins Huey for the last in her stint as Don of "Sharing Is Caring" where she tells us what music we need to have in our lives. Liela talks to Huey about why her chosen track is so important and how it has inspired her own music.

Also in the show, there's "Vinyl Fetish" which, as always, is where you get to pick a song that you'd love to hear, in a way rarely heard in these mp3 days - on vinyl. Get in touch with your suggestions!

With The Milk - responsible for two tracks Huey can't get enough of: Dynamite and Danger.

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6MHuey Meets Ian Anderson From Jethro Tull20110313"Huey talks to Ian Anderson; Ahead of the re-release of his 1983 album Walk Into the Light, Huey chats to the Jethro Tull front man and solo artist about his musical influences, working with an orchestra and how he has maintained such a long and successful career.

Annie Lennox, legendary artist and former neighbour of Huey's embarks upon her residency as Don of "Sharing Is Caring" where she tells us what music we need to have in our lives. Annie talks to Huey about why her chosen track is so important and how it has inspired her own music.

Also in the show, there's "Vinyl Fetish" which, as always, is where you get to pick a song that you'd love to hear, in a way rarely heard in these mp3 days - on vinyl. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey talks to Ian Anderson, the singer and songwriter from the band Jethro Tull.

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6MHuey's Girl Sunday Is Liela Moss Of The Duke Spirit20110410"It's "Sunday Girl" Day on 6 Music and Huey has chosen a woman from one of his favourite bands to co-host the show with him; Liela Moss from The Duke Spirit will be spinning her own selection of tracks to compliment Huey's eclectic Sunday soundtrack.

The New York Dolls are Huey's guests this week - David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain tell Huey all about their 2011 album, "Dancing Backward in High Heels" and supporting tour.

It's Annie Lennox's grand finale as don of "Sharing Is Caring" and she wouldn't go out in any other way, than with a bang! Annie hits Huey with the last of her all-time favourite tracks - and it's a track that left Huey speechless.

Also on the show, one listener will take over with a song that they've requested Huey drag out of the dusty BBC Gramophone Library to spin on the record player, in "Vinyl Fetish". Get in touch with your suggestions!

It's Sunday Girl Day on 6 Music and Huey is joined by Liela Moss of The Duke Spirit.

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6MHuey's New Year Gift - The Best Of The Guests20110102"Huey keeps the New Year party going in typically upbeat and exuberant style bringing the jams to fend off any post Christmas blues from James Brown to the Kings of Leon, The Brides of Funkenstein and Jane's Addiction.

He bids his goodbye to 2010 by re-visiting some of the best of his guests. We take a trip back to the summer when Huey met Rock God Mick Jagger as the Stones 'Exile On Main Street' was re-released and listen in as Mick regales Huey with tales of writing some of his favourite tracks.

Also on the show Huey maintains that the manifesto for 2011 is 'Sharing Is Caring' and in this spirit we bring back our favourite mash-up from Jaguar Skills and the Scratch Perverts bring a New Year soother for any souls still suffering post New Year excess.

Huey re-visits favourite moments of 2010 with Mick Jagger, Candi Statton and Jaguar Skills

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6MHurray For Hurray For The Riff Raff20110522"Huey meets the New Orleans' latest export, Hurray For The Riff Raff. The band formed after their lead singer Alynda ran away from home, aged 17, and wound her way from New York to Louisiana. The band's rootsy American folk has had us swooning for months.

Brad Baloo of the Nextmen, DJ, Producer, Musicologist and now President of "Sharing Is Caring", drops more science on us, in the way that only a veteran digger like him, could!

Also in the show there's "Vinyl Fetish": the time for a listener to take over the show with the song that they have to hear on vinyl. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey is joined by New Orleans' latest export, Hurray For The Riff Raff."

6MHymrgn Meets Mndr20101212"This week Fun Lovin' Criminal Huey Morgan meets the Queen of Consonants, otherwise known as electro artist MNDR.

Attracting attention this year for her collaboration with Mark Ronson and Q-Tip on the single 'Bang Bang Bang' and invited to support Massive Attack, MNDR otherwise known as Amanda Warner is having quite a year. The electro artist and co-collaborator Pete Wade have their debut album coming out in 2011 and Huey catches up with Amanda about what we can expect as she releases her debut 'E.P.E'. A self-certified tech-head, Huey and Amanda talk 808s and 303s, how she came to design synths for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and her excitement at

getting that Massive Attack call.

Also on the show Prime Cuts, Plus One and Tony Vegas from the Scratch Perverts join Huey for Sharing Is Caring, opening up their record collection to share a little known or special cut with the listeners.

Huey has another "New York Minute" with DJ Uncle Mike, dialling into the Big Apple to reminisce about a classic musical moment and he puts the needle on the record for a listener in "Vinyl Fetish".

Plus Huey brings the science with his perfect playlist for a wintry Sunday from latin to soul, hip hop, punk, reggae and rock with a healthy dose of disco to get the Sunday lunch swinging.

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6MJim Jones Revue20110417"Huey mixes up the airwaves with his usual eclectic soundtrack; Punk, Reggae, Rock, Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk, Blues - as long as it's cool, Huey'll spin it. Huey meets The Jim Jones Revue and finds out about their punk, garage, rock n roll stylings, their latest album, "Burning Your House Down" and talks touring, extensive touring.

Brad Baloo of The Nextmen, producer and musicologist, is crowned by Huey as the Professor of Sharing Is Caring for the next month. He'll be digging deep in his crates to bring us some rare gems. Another DJ, Producer and Musicologist, DJ Yoda, joins Huey to celebrate Indie Record Day with a special DJ-battle!

Also in the show there's "Vinyl Fetish"; your chance to hear your favourite track in the whole wide world, in all of its warm crackling glory, on vinyl! Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by The Jim Jones Revue."

6MKilling Us Softly: Roberta Flack20110206"Huey meets soul singer and pianist supreme, Roberta Flack, to find out how Mahalia Jackson and Sam Cooke first inspired her to become a performer, how she went from there, to recording songs like "Where Is The Love" and "Killing Me Softly With His Song" and what it felt like to win a Grammy Award, twice in two years.

Roberta Flack explains, "I like songs that tell stories and I like songs that express universal emotions", and plays songs from her new release, a collection from her Atlantic Records back catalogue, "Love Songs".

Also in the show, Huey hears from another of his musical peers who have dug deep in their record collection to bring us more rare gems for "Sharing Is Caring" and once again, Huey has rifled through the BBC Gramophone Library to drop the needle on a dusty delicacy picked by a listener, for "Vinyl Fetish".

Huey meets soul singer supreme Roberta Flack.

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6MThe Gang Of Four: Content Is King20110306"Huey talks to Andy Gill, guitarist of one of Huey's favourite bands, Gang Of Four. Huey finds out about the band's new album, Content, writing new material more than 30 years since the band started and how their fans have changes in that time.

Annie Lennox takes over from Liela Moss, and begins her stint as professor of "Sharing Is Caring"; schooling us on the music we need to have in our lives. They discuss Annie's chosen tracks and she tells Huey how they have inspired her own music.

Also in the show, "Vinyl Fetish", where you get to take over the show and play your favourite song on that nearly gone, but never forgotten format - vinyl. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey talks to Andy Gill of Gang Of Four to talk about their new album Content.

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6MThe Huey Show - Cool As A Cucumber20110220"Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack for your Sunday afternoon - from Rock to Soul, from Blues to Hip Hop and from Punk to Reggae - if it's cool, Huey'll play it. Expect to hear everything from the rare, the old, the new and of course the classic, thrown in for good measure.

Leila Moss of The Duke Spirit joins Huey for the 5th in her stint as Don of "Sharing Is Caring" where she tells us what music we need to have in our lives. Liela talks to Huey about why her chosen track is so important and how it has inspired her own music.

Also in the show, there's "Vinyl Fetish" which, as always, is where you get to pick a song that you'd love to hear, in a way rarely heard in these mp3 days - on vinyl. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Leila Moss of The Duke Spirit joins Huey as the Don of Sharing is Caring.

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6MThe Huey Show - Cool As A Cucumber20110508"Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack for your Sunday afternoon - from Rock to Soul, from Blues to Hip Hop and from Punk to Reggae - if it's cool, Huey'll play it. Expect to hear everything from the rare, the old, the new and of course the classic, thrown in for good measure.

Brad Baloo of The Nextmen, DJ, Producer, and most importantly, musicologist, is this month's King of "Sharing Is Caring" and digs deep in his dusty crates for music to share with the world.

Also in the show, there's "Vinyl Fetish" - time for you to take over the show with a song you'd love Huey to on the wheels of steel. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack for your Sunday afternoon."

6MThe One And Only Bjork Is Huey's Guest20110828"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

The one and only Bjork is Huey's guest on the show. Constantly creative the Icelandic singer's new record goes way beyond the boundaries of a conventional album. Biophilia appears in 5 parts, a record, an App for every track, a live show with custom designed instruments, a documentary film, and an incredible website. Bjork will attempt to explain the vision behind it to Huey.

Roger Armstrong, founder of the legendary Ace Records who have released and reissued some of the greatest soul, jazz, rock n roll, punk, country, and world musc you've ever heard, is our current don of Sharing Is Caring. He'll be making another killer selection for Huey.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Huey is joined by the one and only Bjork to talk about her new record Biophilia."

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6MTom Ravenscroft Sits In20110703"Huey's off this week but Tom Ravenscroft will be here to bring your Sunday jams. He's got Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Blues, Punk, Afrobeat, Doo-Wop, and good old fashioned rock and roll in his box for you.

Miles Cleret from Soundway records, who have released everything from Nigerian Psychedelic Funk to Columbian Cumbia, will be giving Tom a lovingly selected track in sharing is caring.

And Tom will be dropping the needle on the record as another listener selects their vinyl fetish.

Huey's off, but Tom Ravenscroft will be here to bring your Sunday jams."

6MTom Ravenscroft Sits In20110814"Tom Ravenscroft is in for Huey with his own unique take on Sunday afternoon tunes. Expect the best new music alongside classic Reggae, Doo Wop, Soul, Blues, and Rock & Roll.

Bringing some 'Jungle Magic' to the show is Hugo Mendez of Sofrito Records. Specialising in their own brand of Tropical Discotheque you've ever heard expect Hugo to turn the show into an instant party. He's just back from digging for records in the Caribbean, too.

There's also an extra does of Tom's Friday night 'Bird Of The Week' feature. Making it's daylight hours debut all you twitchers are in for a treat so make sure you've got your binoculars and big book of British birds to hand.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Huey with his own unique take on Sunday afternoon tunes."

6MTom Ravenscroft Sits In20110821"Tom Ravenscroft is in for Huey with his own unique take on Sunday afternoon tunes. Expect the best new music alongside classic Reggae, Doo Wop, Soul, Blues, and Rock & Roll.

There's also an extra dose of Tom's Friday night 'Bird Of The Week' feature. Making it's daylight hours debut all you twitchers are in for a treat so make sure you've got your binoculars and big book of British birds to hand.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Huey with his own unique take on Sunday afternoon tunes."

6MTom Ravenscroft Sits In20110904"Huey gets eclectic bringing his NYC style to Sunday afternoon. Huey will be spinning Hip Hop, Soul, Disco, Rock, Blues, Punk, and anything else that has caught his ear.

The one and only Bjork is Huey's guest on the show. Constantly creative the Icelandic singer's new record goes way beyond the boundaries of a conventional album. Biophilia appears in 5 parts, a record, an App for every track, a live show with custom designed instruments, a documentary film, and an incredible website. Bjork will attempt to explain the vision behind it to Huey.

Roger Armstrong, founder of the legendary Ace Records who have released and reissued some of the greatest soul, jazz, rock n roll, punk, country, and world musc you've ever heard, is our current don of Sharing Is Caring. He'll be making another killer selection for Huey.

And once again we'll be putting the needle to the record as we celebrate another listener's vinyl fetish by digging out one of their favourite records from the BBC vaults.

Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Huey with his own unique take on Sunday afternoon tunes."

6MTribute To Beastie Boys Founder Adam Yautch20120506 (6M)"Huey pays tribute to Beastie Boys founder Adam Yautch, better know as MCA.

In the show Huey will be playing a 30 minute set of Beastie Boys classics, rarities, and samples to salute a genuine legend of his hometown of NYC.

M to the C to the A and it's a must."

6MWe Are Familial: Huey And Phil Selway20101226"For his Boxing Day special Huey celebrates one of the most family-orientated days of the year, joined by Radiohead drummer Phil Selway.

From Sister Sledge to Sly and the Family Stone Huey will be picking his 'family' favourites as well as reminiscing about his own Christmases past and spinning some of the listeners own special requests based around their own memories.

He has the now traditional catch-up with his Mum and his former A&R guy/ best friend/ DJ 'Uncle' Mike is on hand for a festive 'New York Minute', recalling past shenanigans and bringing us a taster of Christmas in the Big Apple.

The family of course does not only relate to our blood relations, Radiohead drummer Phil Selway drops by to chat about his musical 'family' - one of the most respected acts in rock music. Huey catches up with Phil about the release of his debut solo album this year, aptly titled 'Familial'. As expected from a member of Radiohead it is a thoughtful, accomplished album featuring Phil, more unexpectedly, on leads vocals and guitar. Phil will be sharing his Christmas plans and no doubt dodging Huey's questions about Radiohead's 2011 plans.

Huey Morgan celebrates the most familial of days and is joined by Radiohead's Phil Selway.

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6MYes, Yes, Yes : Huey Meets Dawn Penn20110424"Huey meets the reggae legend that is Dawn Penn to find out the secrets behind the recording of her hit "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)", what it was like working with Prince Buster and Bunny Lee and about recording at the infamous Studio One. Dawn also talks to Huey about a new DVD documentary she's featured in, "Rocksteady: The Roots Of Reggae".

DJ, producer (of one of Huey's favourite bands, The Milk) and Musicologist, Brad Baloo of The Nextmen, is King of "Sharing is Caring" and drops appropriately rare, dusty grooves on us.

And of course, Huey hands the show over to you for "Vinyl Fetish": the time where you choose a track that you're dying to hear on vinyl. Get in touch with your suggestions!

Huey spins an eclectic soundtrack and is joined by reggae legend Dawn Penn."

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