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Steve Lamacq is joined by three guests to discuss the new releases.
Steve asks JJ Burnel, Loyle Carner and Kate Hutchinson to review some new tunes.
Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Steve and is joined by Nemone, Jerkcurb and Pete Paphides.
Clint Boon, Richard Jobson and Tom Williams join Steve to review the new releases.
Steve is joined by Cast's John Power, Radio 1's Gemma Cairney and comedian Rob Deering.
Steve Lamacq is joined by three guests to take a look at the new releases.
Steve hosts a special Roundtable, looking back at editions of the review show from the 80s
Ravers presides over a festive Roundtable featuring solely seasonal songs.
Steve Lamacq is joined by Amy Lame, James Endeacott and Gideon Coe.
Steve Lamacq is joined by Nemone, journalist Laura Snapes and comedian Rob Deering.
Steve hosts a review of 2016's music news with Jo Dipple, Tim Ingham and Matt Everitt.
Steve continues the build-up to Wear Your Old Band T-shirt to Work Day with Roundtable.
Steve Lamacq welcomes members of the Woman's Institute to Roundtable.
Steve is joined by three cast members from The Archers to take a look at the new releases.
Steve hosts Roundtable with John Power, Andy Stanton and Laurie Vincent from Slaves.
Steve is joined by Jim Bob, Liam Fray and Nadia Shireen to look at the new releases,.
Steve hosts Roundtable with Róisín Murphy, Rob Deering and 6 Music's very own Gideon Coe.
Steve Lamacq is joined by Maxi Jazz, Liela Moss and Julia Cumming.
Tom Ravenscroft sits in for Steve with Kate Tempest, Hamilton Leithauser and Leonie Cooper
Tom hosts Roundtable and is joined by guests Janice Long, Ranking Roger and Matt Berry.
Steve hosts the roundtable, joined by Scroobius Pip, Richard Norris and Katie Puckrik.
Blossoms's Tom Ogden, BBC Sport's Mark Clemmit and journalist Laura Snapes join Steve.
Steve Lamacq is joined by Scott Hutchison, Gus Unger-Hamilton and Kate Hutchinson.
Steve is joined by Jim Glennie, Huw Stephens and Nemone to take a look at the new releases