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Paul Jones meets Canadian harmonica player and singer-songwriter, Jordan Patterson.
Back to the 1970s with Dr Feelgood, Freddie King, Bonnie Raitt, Koko Taylor and Dr John.
The best in blues from Stevie Ray Vaughan, Howlin' Wolf, Mose Allison and Bob Margolin.
The best in blues featuring Robbie McIntosh, Van Morrison and Paul Lamb & The King Snakes.
The best in blues including Kat Riggins, Mike Sponza, Mike Zito and Jack J Hutchinson.
The best in blues including Aynsley Lister, Laurence Jones and Wee Willie Walker.
The best in blues including Stevie Nimmo, Clem Clempson and Henry Gray with Bob Corritore.
Including new releases from Sari Schorr, the Jordan Patterson Band and Si Cranstoun.
Paul Jones meets three-time Grammy-winner Keb' Mo' and features That Hot Pink Blues Album.
The best in blues including Jimmy Witherspoon, Sterling Magee and Fred Chapellier.
The best in blues, including John Mayall, Robert Cray, Laurence Jones and Irma Thomas.
Classic R&B from Jimmy Witherspoon, Otis Blackwell and Irma Thomas.
Classic R&B from Billy Boy Arnold and a tribute to guitarist Henry McCullough.
Classic R&B from Tiny Bradshaw and Joe Lutcher, John Lee Hooker and Katie Webster.
The best in blues from Canned Heat, Dinah Washington, Keb' Mo' and Janiva Magness.
The best in blues including Paul Lamb, Jeff Healey, the Rides and Ruby Turner.
The best in blues including Big Bill Broonzy, Sherman Robertson and Fantastic Negrito.
New releases from Walter Trout, Kaz Hawkins, Royal Southern Brotherhood and Billy Walton.
The best in blues featuring Fats Domino, Eric Clapton, Joe Louis Walker and Jimmy Powell.
Featuring the Gregor Hilden and Sam Kelly allstars in session during their recent UK tour.
Classic R&B from Young Jessie and Doug Sahm, plus a tribute to bluesman Lonnie Mack.
Eric Bibb performs an acoustic set and talks to Paul about his latest album and tour.
News of the winners at the thirty-seventh annual Blues Music Awards in Memphis, Tennessee.
Blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa in concert and in conversation with Paul Jones.
The best in blues with new releases from Sugaray Rayford, Janiva Magness and Ina Forsman.
The best in blues, including classic sounds from Freddy King and Ernestine Anderson.
The best in rhythm and blues, including new releases from Micah Kesselring and Malaya Blue
The best in blues, including new releases from Guy King, Curtis Salgado and Kyla Brox.
The best in rhythm and blues, including Eric Clapton, Little Richard and Joe Bonamassa.
The best in rhythm and blues, including new releases from Pete Gage and Norman Beaker.