Walter Love visits the Louis Armstrong House Museum in Corona, New York.
Walter Love presents some of the finest exponents of the art on record and tape.
Walter Love and guests assess the jazz contributions of the late bandleader Phil Mason.
Neil Cowley discusses being musician in residence in Derry's year as UK City of Culture.
Featuring Japanese group The New Orleans Rascals with American trombonist Clint Baker.
Walter Love features trad jazz used in 1650s and 60s films.
Jazz Club features the music of guitarist Charlie Byrd and tenor saxophonist Bill Perkins.
British saxophonist, record producer and sound engineer Derek Nash talks to Walter Love.
Walter Love talks to Belfast singer Orla Murphy about her move into jazz.
Walter Love has new jazz releases including Monty Alexander's Harlem: Kingston Express V2.
Walter Love discusses the legacy of Chas Meredith with his friend Malcolm Gooding.
Walter Love presents a selection of old favourites, gone but not forgotten!
Walter Love and Linley Hamilton discuss his latest album and the state of jazz in Belfast.
Walter Love talks to saxophonist Tommy Smith, plus the latest volume of At a Tangent.
Walter Love interviews Alan Barnes about working with American cornettist Warren Vache.
Irish jazz singer Christine Tobin talks to Walter Love about her new album and her career.
Walter Love plays classic albums from Lee Wiley, Jimmy Witherspoon and John Coltrane.
Walter Love presents performances by Bruce Turner, Duncan Swift, Vic Dickenson and more.
Walter Love presents new jazz releases including Scott Hamilton live at the Pizza Express.
Walter Love looks at the occasional collaborations between Oscar Peterson and Ben Webster.
Walter Love talks to Robin Phillips about vocalese - writing new lyrics to jazz solos.
Walter Love interviews Christian Vaudecranne and Tommy Smith.
Charlie Crump discusses his work as a jazz historian, archivist, restorer and compiler.
Richard Pite looks back on Benny Goodman's historic 1938 concert in Carnegie Hall.
Walter Love plays recordings by distinguished pianists, Oscar Peterson and Hampton Hawes.
Walter Love's guest is saxophone star Simon Spillett, talking about his life in jazz.
A review of the year of Jazz Club programmes, including the tribute to Solly Lipsitz.
Familiar figures from the world of jazz send Christmas Messages in their musical offerings
Walter Love contrasts two big bands of the 1950s and 60s - Benny Goodman and Quincy Jones.