Walter Love talks to David Lyttle about his jazz label, and plays music by Darius Brubeck.
Young tenor saxophonist Meilana Gillard talks to Walter Love about her career to date.
Ted and Gladys talk to Walter Love about their new album.
Walter Love talks to Belfast jazz club boss George Smyth and clarinettist Evan Christopher
Walter Love and Australian jazz composer Graham Jesse discuss the jazz scene down under.
Walter Love talks to local drummer George Moore about the new jazz club opening in Bangor.
Featuring new releases from Dr Michael White plus Bela Fleck with the Marcus Roberts Trio.
Walter Love hosts a profile of Harold Pendleton, founder of the National Jazz Federation.
The last part in a short series looking at four significant decades in the history of jazz
Part 3 of a short series looking at four significant decades in the history of jazz.
Walter Love presents some of the finest exponents of the art on record and tape.
Walter Love presents a profile of leading British reeds player, Alan Barnes.
Walter Love presents a personal choice of favourite stars of the tenor saxophone.
Featuring Hoagy Carmichael, Nat King Cole, Lena Horne, Madeleine Peyroux and Diana Krall.
Walter Love's jazz miscellany, including recordings at the Ottilie Patterson Concert.
Walter Love interviews rhythm guitarist Dave Kelbie and Welsh pianist Dave Jones.
Walter Love welcomes jazz historian Paul Evans and Max Collie Band guitarist George Walker
A selection of jazz in less usual arrangements, including an interview with Dave Stapleton
Classic 1950s albums on CD, such as trumpeter Joe Newman and saxophonist Illinois Jacquet.
New jazz releases including the Clyde Valley Stompers, the Lloyd Ryan Big Band and more.
Jazz Club features highlights from the Ottilie Patterson Remembered concert, held February
The 11th City of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival; Janet Seidel Trio; Phronesis.
Brian Dempster joins Walter Love to discuss his book Tracking Jazz - the Ulster Way.
Walter Love presents music by leading jazz trumpeters Buck Clayton and Harry Sweets Edison