Mike Joyce from The Smiths is sitting in for Guy Garvey again... how cool!
Mike Joyce takes the reins on Guy Garvey's Finest Hour for a vaguely spooky Halloween show
Paul Heaton and his drummer Peter take the reins for the Finest Hour.
Poet John Cooper Clarke guest-presents the show for Guy!
Guy's taking a break to finish the new Elbow album so Rob Hughes sits in.
Guy's off working on his album for the next four weeks, so make the most of the show!
Guy is chilling out at home with Wild Beasts and Smashing Pumpkins on the decks!
Guy's back in the driving seat again with Beckapedia, The Gallery and It Was Moider.
Mike Joyce sits in for Guy Garvey for his second week while Guy covers for Cerys.
Mike Joyce sits in for Guy, who's away being Cerys for two weeks.
More tunes, chat and a special surprise - all recorded in Guy's new house.
Guy brings you more great tunes and chat recorded in his new-ish house.
THEE Guy Garvey from THEE Elbow presenting his show all about Mischief this week.
Guy Garvey's away so Rob Hughes minds the shop with Steve Wynn on the phone.
Guy's in his new house with all the usual amazing features.
Guy's theme is List Songs, Elvis Costello's Pump It Up and some more.
Guy ends the weekend with some of his favourite song endings.
It's a wet day in Manchester - a good excuse for Guy to play some rainy day music.
Guy celebrates 6 Music's Independents Day with Simon Raymonde from Bella Union records.
Guy's in his new home playing tracks on the theme of The Elements.
How exciting! Guy's in his new house with all the usual amazing features.
It's Guy's last show in his old flat and his theme is little-known collaborations.
Guy tells us all about how he's been writing at the Real World Studios.
Guy's away, so Rob Hughes presents his Uncle Tupelo 20th Anniversary Special.
Guy presents the show from the comfort of his own home with great tunes and chat.
Guy returns to the theme of music as a time machine.
Guy presents from the comfort of his front room, brew in hand.
Guy takes newspapers as his theme and plays tunes from Mott the Hoople and Bob Dylan.
Guy wraps up the weekend with wonderful tunes.
Featuring drummers who sound like machines, but aren't.