Ella Fitzgerald sang the Berlin Songbook in 1958 but Tierney Sutton did her version later.
Les McCann plays Herbie Hancock while
Three Tenors fight a soul battle.
Jazz singer Juliet Kelly will be starting a UK tour in February. She tells us more.
Alan Barnes and Scott Hamilton are coming to the Midlands very shortly.
Ronnie Scott's House band to Sonny Rollins and Ruby Braff plus Lois Lane without Superman.
We hear again from some of jazz artists who have entertained us during the year
Duke Ellington’s orchestra plays its version of the popular part of a Tchaikovsky ballet.
Cyrus Chestnut plays Rodgers and Hart and we remember James Moody.
Humph plays Ellington and the Jazz Couriers are back in town.
Dave Take Five Brubeck without the Take Five but with Paul Desmond.
Comparisons of a teenage Benny and later with Red Norvo and Grappelli really does shine.
Ben Holder plays violin and talks plus Trevor Emeny, Rob McConnell and a jazz party.
Cleo Laine, Dudley Moore, Art Pepper, Mulligan and Holiday and all points in between.
A Beiderbecke tune from Bix playing piano to Steve Waterman playing the same tune.
Blakey, Delaney and Parnell all drummers in one package also a few pianists.
Dave Brubeck and New York singer Hilary Kole plus some very fast Jazz Couriers
Bridgnorth Jazz Festival in late October and music from Archie Semple and Sonny Rollins.
Stan Tracey and Danny Moss, a Fletcher Henderson reunion band plus new singer Fay Claasen.
Trudy Kerr & Ingrid James talk about their new album plus Teddy Buckner to Steve Waterman
A selection of the best in jazz music.
Matt Ford talks and sings with Fat Chops Big Band and music from Good Night and Good Luck.
Ken Peplowski salutes Billy Strayhorn while Eddie Condon wants a meeting in Dreamland.
Brubeck, Ellington, Pizzarelli - all on call plus extras from May, Vaughan and Pete Allen
Jazz from Alan Barnes, Scott Hamilton, Clare Teal and more.