Joining Jools on show five of this series are Dexys, back with their new album One Day I'm Going to Soar, their first in over 25 years. Kevin Rowland and co perform tunes from the album as well as one of their classics.
South London's Hot Chip return to the show with tracks from their fifth album In Our Heads, and fresh from selling a million copies of her debut album is Rumer, who is returning to the music scene with her album Boys Don't Cry, a collection of covers by male singer-songwriters of the seventies. She performs P.F. Sloan from the album, with its writer Jimmy Webb.
From Totnes in Devon, singer-songwriter Ben Howard makes his debut with tunes from his gold-selling debut Every Kingdom. Also in the studio are June Tabor and Oysterband, playing songs from their second folk-rock collaboration in twenty years, with a surprising interpretation of Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart and other songs from their Ragged Kingdom album.