A final reminder that tonight, Coldplay will play a special concert for the BBC, which will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 2. The show will take place from 7-8pm (BST), with build-up on both Radio 2 and Radio 6 (The first one is from 1400-1700 on Radio 2 and the second from 1600-1800 on BBC6 Music). Click here for full details and to listen live online, wherever you are. The BBC will also be showing video of the gig on the site afterwards.
The concert will take place in London's BBC Radio Theatre, a venue which was opened in 1932 and visited shortly afterwards by King George V and Queen Mary. "Their Majesties were greatly struck by the hall, which is among London's finest, with an audience capacity of 700," reported the Daily Telegraph at the time. It is not clear whether any royalty will be attending Saturday night's show.
Keep in touch with the gig as it happens with us at Coldplaying here. You can listen to both the Radio 2 and Radio 6 webstreams via the Coldplaying toolbar - which you can download here prior to the live gig and interviews.
Dermot is back - joined by Coldplay and Little Jackie. If you have questions for any of them, email Dermot.
Lammo [steve Lamacq] sits in for Lauren Laverne this Saturday and talks to REM's Michael Stipe and Coldplay.