Walter Love presents some of the finest exponents of the art on record and tape.
Walter Love and guests pay tribute to the late Ottilie Patterson.
Bangor born Julie Keen talks to Walter Love about her singing career.
A profile of jazz trombonist, singer, broadcaster and author Mike Pointon.
A profile of Anthony Kerr, an Ulster vibes player a strong international reputation.
Tracks from musicians inspired by the work of Duke Ellington.
Classic recordings from the 1940s to the 1960s by Coleman Hawkins and Billie Holiday.
The music of the artists at the 10th City of Of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival.
An interview with Carol Kidd and Nigel Clark, plus recordings by the Count Basie band.
Walter Love plays a selection of the work of Cannonball Adderley.
Walter Love presents recordings from 1960 by the classic Alex Welsh Band.
Walter Love talks to jazz singer Marlene VerPlanck about her long career in music.
Claire Martin and Richard Rodney Bennett join Walter Love to discuss new album Witchcraft.
Walter Love hears about the upcoming 10th City of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival.
Ken Jordan, creator of the Ulster Youth Jazz Orchestra, talks about its achievements.
Chris Dean talks about his band The Chris Lawrence Orchestra, and their latest album.
Walter Love explores jazz for the amorous. Featuring Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.
Featuring recordings of live jazz performances, including Louis Armstrong in New York.
Trumpeter Peter Gilmore talks to Walter Love about his new band The South Coast Jazz Stars
Walter marks the anniversary of a historic Carnegie Hall concert from 1938.
George Chambers MBE on his contribution to jazz, and the work of late pianist Billy Taylor
Walter Love says farewell to the old year and welcomes in the new.
Walter Love introduces the David Lyttle Quartet in concert at the Belfast Barge.
Walter Love presents some of the finest jazz stars to help stave off pre-Christmas panic.