England's World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward is joining the BBC to give his expert opinion on the Six Nations.
Woodward will join pundits including Jonathan Davies, Jeremy Guscott and Keith Wood when the opening games start on Saturday 2 February.
John Inverdale presents the BBC's TV coverage, with Eddie Butler, Andrew Cotter and Alastair Eykyn commentating.
Wales face Ireland and England play Scotland on the opening day.
Every game of the tournament will be shown live on BBC One and BBC One HD, with highlights every Sunday on BBC Two and the BBC HD channel.
The majority of games will also be live on Radio 5 live or 5 live sports extra, where Ian Robertson leads the commentary team, and streamed live on the BBC Sport website.
The BBC Sport website and BBC Red Button will offer a host of additional content throughout the tournament, including live post-match forums following six matches, including England v Scotland, Ireland v England, Scotland v Ireland and Wales v England.
Matt Dawson will front another series of "Dawson Debates" on the BBC Sport website where viewers can pose him questions throughout the tournament.
Additional website content includes archive from previous Six Nations, blogs, in-depth features and all the latest news, pre-match interviews, build-up, comprehensive live text commentary service and post-match reaction.
A 45-minute highlights programme available on BBC television each weekend will also be replayed on the Red Button and available on BBC iPlayer.
Six Nations Schedule: Saturday 2 February: Wales v Ireland, England v Scotland; Sunday 3 February: Italy v France; Saturday 9 February: Scotland v Italy, France v Wales; Sunday 10 February: Ireland v England; Saturday 23 February: Italy v Wales, England v France; Sunday 24 February: Scotland v Ireland; Saturday 9 March: Scotland v Wales, Ireland v France; Sunday 10 March: England v Italy; Saturday 16 March: Italy v Ireland, Wales v England, France v Scotland.