Markarian 6, a Seyfert Galaxy of type 1.5, is one of several Seyfert nuclei to be observed with MERLIN at 6 and 18 cm as part of a project to investigate the radio structures of these objects on sub–arcsecond scales (corresponding to scales of a few tens of parsecs at typical distances). The angular resolution of MERLIN at 6 cm is equivalent to that of the HST, making the radio images ideal for comparison with HST images of the optical Narrow–Line Region (NLR). In this paper we briefly discuss the results of our MERLIN observations of Markarian 6, along with a 6–cm Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope (WSRT) map of the arcsecond (kpc) scale radio emission. The data is discussed in more detail by Kukula et al. (1996) and Baum et al. (1993).