The best of the new releases and also the jazz we've been listening to for years
Two tracks from a re-working of some momentous Oscar Peterson recordings
The best in Jazz music with John Hellings plus something old and something new.
The best in Jazz music with John Hellings and we talk again with Alex Woods from Redditch
The best in Jazz music with John Hellings plus newly issued music for the Autumn
The best in Jazz music with John Hellings with a return to the jazz of 25 years ago
The best in Jazz with a flavour of some local events
We hear about the sixth Congleton Jazz and Blues Festival. A real community effort.
Grieg and a duet with Armstrong from Duke Ellington together with more piano tracks.
The best in Jazz music with John Hellings also looking at the Pershore Jazz Festival
Discovering the musical truth about George Shearing - did he actually take piano lessons?
The best in Jazz from Alex Welsh in 1960 to the Nigel Price Organ Trio in 2015
The best in Jazz with John Hellings. This week we talk to singer Cate Cody
The best in Jazz music with John Hellings with a short feature on Chicago Jazz.
The best in Jazz music with John Hellings.A selection ranging over 50 years
We have jazz in this show from Woody Herman in 1946 to a couple of new releases
On Father's Day, a listen to some jazz artists whose children have also become musicians
Talking to Rachael Hayward about Upton-upon-Severn Jazz Festival - it started in 1985
Talking to trumpeter Bryan Corbett who will be at the Pershore Jazz Festival in August
The best in Jazz music plus a story of how a Chris Barber concert is helping a charity
Talking to Dave Tyas who leads SK2, an orchestra who play Kenton arrangements
A wondrous journey through the best in classic and contemporary jazz.Tonight, West Coast
Talking to Simon Spillett, author of a new book on saxophonist Tubby Hayes
The best in jazz music with John Hellings with the addition of some 'archive' interviews
The best in jazz music with John Hellings including Jamie Cullum and Gertrude 'Ma' Rainey
Talking to Sue Richardson who is bringing the sound of Chet Baker to some village halls
We talk to Will Barnes about the Inspector Gadjo Band prior to a short tour and a new CD
Some music of Billie Holiday to remember the centenary of her birth this year
News of a small jazz festival in Malvern plus a swing evening to help some veterans
The best in jazz music including a chat with Clare Teal and also trombonist Andy Derrick