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Walter Love presents some of the finest exponents of the art on record and tape.
Walter Love selects some of the best recordings of cornet player Bix Beiderbecke.
A compilation of some of the groups which have produced good local jazz over the years.
Anthony Kerr talks to Walter Love about his collaboration with trumpeter Steve Waterman.
With Walter Love. Including a feature about artists in the swing era in jazz in the 1930s.
An examination of two significant figures in British jazz - Jack Parnell and Tubby Hayes.
A special edition covering the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival.
New releases including re-issues of Liverpool's Merseysippi Jazz Band.
A retrospective look at the career of Louis Armstrong.
New jazz releases including David Lyttle and Andreas Varady's latest album.
Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue in jazz.
A jazz journey around Europe.
Walter Love meets trumpet star Bruce Adams; tracks from the Kit Downes Trio debut album.
With new releases of classic 1950s albums featuring Humphrey Lyttelton and Ruby Braff.
Highlighting new releases by Trudy Kerr and Ingrid James, Cyrus Chestnut and Steve Davis.
Alan Barnes joins Walter Love to discuss his collaboration with Scott Hamilton.
Walter Love plays tracks by artists from the Cool movement.
Walter Love talks to Australian jazz supremo Bob Barnard.
Interviews with bassist Michael Janisch and pianist Dave Jones.
A look forward to the visit of Australian jazz supremo Bob Barnard.
Evan Christopher joins Walter Love to discuss Django a la Creole.
Walter Love presents a sequence of jazz collaborations. Plus the Alex Welsh Band.
Some remembrances of Sir John Dankworth from a jazz career which lasted over 50 years.
On America's Independence Day, a celebration of the past century's top jazz artists.
Walter Love presents some musicians from the British traditional revivalist movement.
Walter Love presents a preview of the Sligo International Summer School and Jazz Festival.
Walter Love presents a selection of doyennes of jazz vocals, flugelhorn, piano and drums.
Walter Love presents a selection of mainstream tenors.