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Episode 5

Jools is joined by Bloc Party, whose recent album Four saw the east London quartet return after a three-year break. The legendary Dionne Warwick, currently celebrating the 50th anniversary of her first single release, is in the studio with tunes from her album Now, which sees her revisit some of her classic Bacharach and David collaborations.

Cambridge based four-piece Alt-J make their Later debut with numbers from their acclaimed An Awesome Wave release. Currently celebrating 40 years since School's Out, shock-rock legend, snake handler and guillotine owner Alice Cooper plays some classic tunes, and Mancunian soul singer Josephine Oniyama performs a couple of songs from her debut album Portrait.

Plus, from Sledge, Mississippi, legendary country music singer and guitarist Charley Pride.

30 minutes

Last on

Tue 23 Oct 2012 23:50
BBC Two Northern Ireland only

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterJools Holland
DirectorJanet Fraser Crook
Series ProducerAlison Howe
PerformerBloc Party
PerformerAlt-J
PerformerAlice Cooper
PerformerJosephine Oniyama

Later... playlist on BBC Music

Later... playlist on BBC Music

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