Steve Lamacq [6 Music]

Episodes

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Friday sees Lammo kick off the weekend in style with The Friday Free For All, plus he'll be checking in with kids from another Uni radio station, chatting to a caller in Good Day Bad Day caller and setting up the National Anthem.

We reach the Semi Final stage of the 2nd Punk World Cup and we look ahead to Roundtable with the Blockheads Chaz Jankel , Comedian Isy Suttie and Tigs from Chew Lips in the studio to discuss the latest releases. We'll also have another Good Day Bad Day Caller on the line to chat about their day through the medium of music and we'll delve behind another National Anthem Story.

Voice of God Sean Forbes join us for the first round of the 6 Music Punk World Cup II. Plus there's another Good Day Bad Day Caller on the line to chat about their musical history, we'll be launching the Rebel Playlist and we set another Top of the Plots.

Gideon Coe and Voice of God Sean Forbes join us for the first round of the 6 Music Punk World Cup II. There's another Good Day Bad Day Caller on the line to chat about their musical history, we'll be setting up the Rebel Playlist. Plus we set another Top of the Plots.

Monday sees Lammo joined by Voice of God Sean Forbes as we set out the ties for the first round of the 6 Music Punk World Cup II. There's also another Good Day Bad Day Caller on the line to chat about their musical history and we dig out a Lost 45 Record found deep within the Lamacq record collection. Plus Steve will announce the winner of the Rebel Playlist and play tracks from the likes of Florence and the Machine, the Ramones and Blur.

Thursday is Roundtable day. Join Lammo as he welcomes Reverend and the Makers frontman Jon McClure, Wall of Sound's Mark Jones and Field Day founder Tom Baker into the studio to discuss the latest releases. We'll also have another Good Day Bad Day Caller on the line to chat about their day through the medium of music and we'll delve behind another National Anthem Story. Plus music from the likes of The Jam, Joy Division and the Jesus and Mary Chain.