Clare welcomes Wigan jazz festival director Ian Darrington to the studio.
Clare welcomes composer, saxophonist and educator Julian Arguelles to the studio.
Clare presents the best in big band and dance band sounds.
Clare presents the best in big band sounds from the 1930s to the present day.
Clare is joined in the studio by son of Benny and fellow Radio 2 presenter Leo Green.
Clare is joined in the studio by singer Anthony Strong.
Clare is joined by resident musicologist Pete Long talking big band schisms of the 1940s.
Clare welcomes arranger Callum Au and violinist Jeremy Isaac to the studio.
Clare broadcasts live from the festival with guests Rumer, Kurt Elling and Laura Mvula.
Clare plays the best of the big bands, dance bands and their vocalists.
Clare welcomes jazz singer Elaine Delmar to the studio.
Clare welcomes trumpeter, bandleader and broadcaster Digby Fairweather to the studio.
Clare welcomes drummer and bandleader Pete Cater to the studio.
Clare is joined by Bob Sinfield, George Chisholm's biographer.
Clare welcomes former Ivy Benson band member Joyce Terry to the studio.
Guy Barker sits in for Clare Teal and talks to Pete Long about bandleader Boyd Raeburn.
Clare Teal welcomes Danish singer and saxophonist Mads Mathias to the studio.
Clare Teal welcomes singer Barb Jungr to the studio.
Clare Teal welcomes jazz singer Gary Williams to the studio.
Clare Teal welcomes trumpeter and composer Guy Barker to the studio.
Clare Teal plays the best in big band sounds from the last ninety years.
Clare Teal plays the best in big band sounds from the last 90 years.
Clare welcomes jazz trombonist Chris Barber to the studio to talk about his long career.
Clare welcomes young jazz musician and singer Jacob Collier to the studio.
Clare Teal plays big band winter warmers to shoo away those post-Christmas blues.
Clare Teal joins the BBC Big Band in concert to celebrate 'A Swinging Christmas'.
Clare Teal talks to Pete Long about Duke Ellington's famous concert at Carnegie Hall.