Tom Ravenscroft curates an hour of new music, featuring Glasser, Factory Floor and more.
Former member Midge Ure tells the story of the unique band fronted by Phil Lynott.
Ralph McLean recalls Stiff Little Fingers' 1979 debut album, Inflammable Material.
The Jeff Beck Group live in London in 1972, plus Jacob's Mouse and Cranebuilders.
Chris Hawkins takes you through the early hours playing back to back music.
The Hawk asks what mundane things are niggling you in the Wednesday Whine.
Broadchurch actor Jodie Whittaker joins Shaun to chat about new drama The Smoke.
Nemone sits in for Lauren Laverne with a live session from Lucius in the 6 Music studios.
Mark is joined by actor Martin Freeman and plays some of his favourite Irish tunes.
Steve plots the history of contemporary Irish music, with sessions from the BBC Archives.
Marc has Proper Ornaments in session.
Dexys Midnight Runners live in 1982, plus Four Tet, Elvis Costello and Sea of Bees.
Beautiful new music of every texture, colour and origin.
The story of how U2 became one of the biggest rock bands in the world.
Ralph McLean tells the story of Ash's album 1977. First broadcast on Radio Ulster in 2009.
The Zutons at Glastonbury in 2004, plus Peel sessions from Swamptrash and AC Acoustics.
The Hawk has another edition of The Mission, as well as two hours of really great music.
Thursday 17 April 2014