Gallon Drunk play a live session and Marc marks the launch of 6 Music Recommends.
It's an all-action Thursday with Stanley Brinks and the Wave Pictures live in session.
Marc Riley - one man and some records. It's a crazy idea, but it just might work.
Marc takes an educational excursion with a live session from School of Language.
Marc has a live session from Nottingham band Michael A Grammar.
Marc has a live session from Sheffield group Seize the Chair.
Marc has a session from Carlisle band The Lucid Dream.
Well look who it is? It's Marc Riley, Rob Hughes and a brace of Americana tunes.
Marc has a session from London four-piece Sauna Youth.
Marc Riley is joined by Rob Hughes and his Parallel Universe.
Marc has a session from Mowbird, all the way from Wrexham in north Wales.
Marc has a session from Turner Prize-winning artist Martin Creed.
Marc has Speedy Ortiz in session.
Marc has a session from Let's Wrestle, all the way from London.
Marc plays tunes and talks. What do they say, less is more?
Marc has Ezra Furman on the show for his first UK session.
Marc has double trouble with sessions from Eccentronic Research Council and Tav Falco.
It's just Marc, some records and Rob Hughes with his Parallel Universe.
Marc plays classic and cutting-edge tracks.
Riley favourite Sara Lowes is in session - always a pleasure to welcome her to the show.
Marc has a session from Bill Callahan, an immensely talented chap who used to be in Smog.
Marc has new east London three-piece Primitive Parts in session.
Marc has a session from the erudite, charming and tuneful Darren Hayman.
Marc has a session from 'queen of alt folk' Mary Epworth.
Marc has Mogwai back where they belong - in Salford and in session.
Marc has a session from The New Mendicants, aka Norman Blake and Joe Pernice.
Marc has a session from Wrangler, the new band of Stephen Mallinder from Cabaret Voltaire.
Mary Anne Hobbs sits in with her take on a Marc Riley show.
The Smiths drummer Mike Joyce sits in for Marc, who is off for a pedicure (maybe).