Steve Lamacq and trusted guide DJs share the best new music.
Simon Mayo continues the story of how U2 became one of the biggest bands in the world.
Ralph McLean tells the story of Belfast DJ David Holmes's 1997 album, Let's Get Killed.
Van Morrison talks to Ralph McLean. Repeated as part of 6 Music Celebrates Ireland.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
Another six great albums feature in the week's edition of the Early Show CD Club.
Friday can only mean Middle Age Shout Outs.
Nemone sits in for Lauren Laverne and kicks off the weekend with Desert Island Disco.
Mark Radcliffe presents solo and is joined by Clint Boon of Inspiral Carpets.
Steve plots the history of contemporary Irish music, with sessions from the BBC Archives.
Listen live (BBC Radio 6 Music homepage)
Tom has a guest mix from Ibibio Soundsystem.
Ben Watt returns to the 6 Mix to explore leftfield dance and electronic music.
The Faze Action brothers pick a trio of tunes to soundtrack their perfect night.
Chris Hawkins presents The Orb at Barrowlands in Glasgow in 1997.
Nanci Griffith live in 1992, plus sessions from Lush and Orchestre Poly Rythmo.
1/6 Bob Harris's 1974 profile of the Californian band begins with a look at their early days.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by James.