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Shaun warms up ahead of the 6 Music Festival 2017 as the tickets go on sale.
Tim Key and Tom Basden to the show to chat about their new comedy drama, Foreign Bodies.
Shaun Keaveny goes in search of listeners' Earworms.
Shaun Keaveny warms up ahead of Lauren Laverne's #6musicfestival announcement.
Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton chat about the new series of Inside No. 9.
Friday is all about Middle-Age Shout Outs as Shaun adds some grit to weekend activities.
Author Neil Gaiman joins Shaun to chat about his new Norse mythology book.
Shaun mourned the loss of vowels in band names and repeated an old joke.
Steve Lamacq takes over a bit of Shaun's show to play some indie love songs...
Monday morning sees Shaun kick off the week with listeners' Earworms.
Tracey Ullman joins Shaun Keaveny to chat about her new TV show.
Shaun discovers he has a fat neck. Plus are you a victim of your own niceness?
Nemone sits in for Shaun Keaveny and continues the search for Earworms.
Nemone sits in for Shaun Keaveny with Middle-Age Shout Outs and Earworm Extra.
Comedian Mark Thomas joins Shaun for a chat, plus Chris Evans compliments Shaun's looks.
Friend of the show Michael Bolton sends in a lovely message, which leaves Matt speechless.
Neuroscientist and record producer Daniel Levitin joins Shaun to talk about fake news.
Shaun gets confused over supernatural thriller The OA and popular consumables company AO.
Shaun catches up with Lammo on his UK Venues Tour and reveals Mary Berry's secret hobby.
Shaun welcomes Rick Wakeman to the show to chat about his new album.
Danny Baker joins Shaun to talk music and showbiz, plus Scooby Doo makes an appearance.
Chef Tom Kerridge joins Shaun to chat about diets and eating curry!
Shaun panics over a courgette crisis and does some Middle-Age Shout Outs.
Shaun broadcasts live from Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum (he doesn't).
Shaun is in search of Earworms once more, plus Matt Everitt has the latest music news.
Shaun Keaveny is joined by Professor Brian Cox for their weekly science chat.
Journalist and author Helen Russell joins Shaun to chat about thinking positively. Hmmmm.