Since Adam was instrumental in the very survival of the station, he was invited to perform in their fringe area and join Marc Riley for his Saturday evening show.
At 1hr 37mins - Adam Buxton reading Captain Beefheart’s ‘Blimp’ in the style of David Bowie http://t.co/G3kqkzw75K
— Raving Ponce Machine (@AuntieNubbins) March 4, 2014
There were a number pictures tweeted too.
@BBC6Music @AdamBuxton great day today at 6MFF. This is my son Declan on stage with the ever brilliant Adam Buxton! pic.twitter.com/T9EC84zsy2 — It's swell being Del (@delrandles65) March 1, 2014
Adam Buxton at the festival fringe #bbc6musicfestival pic.twitter.com/fDlLKyTl1o — SundaeCommunications (@todayissundae) March 1, 2014
Beloved has met lovely Adam Buxton at the #6musicfestival I'm only a bit jealous. (Lies. Lot jealous.) http://t.co/J14P4VWMeT
— Anne Hobson (@annejhobson) March 1, 2014
@shanedorrian3 The Fringe was terrific - John Cooper Clarke, Adam Buxton, Peter Hook... — Chris Hawkins (@ChrisHawkinsUK) March 2, 2014
This is Adam chatting to Marc Riley, Connan Mockasin and Nemone on 1st March show.
Here he is introducing The National - final act of the festival on Stage One.