Dance legends Orbital present the first edition of their 6 Mix residency.
Once of the most famous bands in the UK, Orbital had big hits in the 1990s with Chime and Halcyon and were well known for a string of show-stopping performances at the Glastonbury Festival.
After a five year hiatus, brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll have reunited for a sell out UK tour and a headline slot at the Big Chill festival.
In their first 6 Mix show, brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll play a selection of records which inspired them to make music including Kraftwerk, OMD, Depeche Mode and Steel Pulse, and chat about their musical heroes growing up in early 80s Kent.
There's also an exclusive 45 minute electro mix from Phil Hartnoll in the last part of the show.
ioneering dance duo Orbital return for the second instalment of their 6 Mix residency, playing the tunes which have influenced and inspired them.
Orbital - aka brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll - had big hits in the 1990s with tracks like Satan and The Saint and recently reunited for a string of festival appearances and UK tour.
This week they play tracks from Scott Walker, David Bowie, Cabaret Voltaire, and Severed Heads and talk about how they influenced them as teenagers.
There's also an exclusive On U Sound reggae mix from Paul Hartnoll in the last hour of the show, featuring tunes from Dub Syndicate, Tackhead and Gary Clail.
Orbital return for a third 6 Mix show in September.