Highlights from the Cheltenham Jazz Festival.
Jamie features a classic Herbie Hancock BBC archive recording.
Jamie Cullum features a few words from Ginger Baker.
Jamie Cullum interviews one of his favourite pianists, Ahmad Jamal.
Jamie Cullum plays an archive track from Georgie Fame.
Tonight, Jamie interviews British singer-songwriter, cellist and arranger Izzi Dunn.
Jamie features a chat with Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Milton Nascimento.
Jamie Cullum interviews one of his favourite vocalists, Kurt Elling.
Jamie showcases his love for all types of jazz and music rooted in jazz.
Jamie interviews one of his favourite singer-songwriters, American vocalist Jose James.
Jamie plays a BBC archive session featuring singer Joe Williams.
Jamie features an interview with trumpeter, composer and producer Matthew Halsall.
Jamie is joined live in the studio by one of his favourite British singers, Alice Russell.
Jamie talks to director Stephen Poliakoff about his new BBC 2 series on the 1930s jazz era
Jamie features the American jazz pianist and composer Ramsey Lewis in session.
Jamie interviews the British jazz legend and multi-instrumentalist Courtney Pine.
Jamie interviews bassist and composer Avishai Cohen, discussing the influences in his work
Jamie welcomes the Bryan Ferry Orchestra to perform in session at BBC Maida Vale.
Jamie celebrates the New Year with his favourite jazz tracks and a look forward to 2013.
Jamie is joined by British singer and pianist Natalie Duncan for a special Christmas show.
Jamie pays tribute to his hero Dave Brubeck, who recently passed away.
Jamie interviews the Welsh comedian, actor and jazz novice Griff Rhys Jones.
Jamie returns to the BBC archives to pick out an Ahmad Jamal session track.
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts talks to Jamie about his lifelong passion for jazz.
Jamie interviews and performs with one of his favourite jazz artists, Diana Krall.
Jamie interviews one of his favourite jazz-inspired musician and DJs, Four Tet.
Jamie features an interview with one of his favourite rising jazz stars, Shabaka Hutchings
Jamie is joined by Dame Cleo Laine to celebrate her 85th birthday with a special show.
Jamie plays an evening of classic jazz and exciting new releases.
Jamie features a classic George Benson BBC archive recording from 1990.