Courtney Love is being made an honorary music controller for the day of Dec. 11 on BBC 6 Music, the digital radio station operated by the United Kingdom's public broadcaster the BBC.

As the "6 Music Selector," as the all-day program is called, Hole follows in the footsteps of other major acts such as Radiohead, Franz Ferdinand and Kaiser Chiefs.

They were given the luxury of choosing the music, commissioning sessions and playing rarely heard studio performances. Additionally, they talked about their works, personal experiences, and current projects.

Among the repertoire on Love's selected list will be rare BBC studio sessions by her band Hole and Nirvana, the grunge act fronted by her late husband Kurt Cobain.

They include her playing "Drown Soda," which was written and recorded by Hole in 1991 specifically for a John Peel session, named for one of the BBC's most influential DJs who died in October 2004.

She will also feature "Been A Son" and "Something In the Way," both recorded by Nirvana for sessions on Radio 1, the BBC's Top 40 station.

Expect to hear her play works by Elvis Presley, the Beatles, and R.E.M., plus a radio documentary on the 'new wave' scene in Liverpool, the city in north England where Hole resided during the 1980s and is famous for being the Beatles' native town.

The next '6 Music Selector' guests will be Oasis on Dec. 12, and Moby on Dec. 14