Featuring the best in Jazz from across the BBC
Andi Oliver and special guests pay tribute to the iconic 1960s jazz show.
A collaboration session featuring Kelly Jayne Jones, Sam McLoughlin and Cucina Povera.
Roy Plomley's castaway is pianist Jacques Loussier
This week Jamie has soul singer Lee Fields live in session.
The American singer and multi-instrumentalist joins Cerys live in the studio.
Clare Teal with the best big band, swing and jazz, classic to contemporary.
Lopa Kothari with a studio session from Fofoulah.
'Little Louis' Armstrong journeys north from New Orleans to Chicago to join his mentor.
Seonaid Aitken shines a spotlight on the album Time Out by the Dave Brubeck Quartet.
Julian Joseph presents Norwegian saxophonist Trygve Seim in concert.
Jazz records from across the genre, as requested by Radio 3 listeners.
Guy Barker charts the emergence of a modal style of playing and the impact of Miles Davis.
Verity Sharp talks music with photographer, author, art historian and critic Teju Cole.
Carol Kidd is back in business, and a new Bill Evans discovery is now on release.
The #AfroBoss hears from the headliners at Lagos' Gidi Fest.
Soweto Kinch presents Belgian multi-instrumentalist Esinam in concert.
This week Jamie has highlights from this year’s Cheltenham Jazz Festival.
Guy Barker continues to explore the history of jazz, reaching Frank Sinatra & the sing era
Seonaid Aitken with a special edition celebrating the active jazz festival scene.
Mark Lamarr explores the life of blues woman Memphis Minnie.
Clint Eastwood takes Jamie on a musical journey of his life.
Featuring the vocalist Jimmy Witherspoon
Marybeth Hamilton recalls an extraordinary 1938 interview with Jelly Roll Morton.
Featuring Jimmy Smith, Cannonball Adderley, Donald Byrd, Ahmad Jamal & Quincy Jones.
Joanna Macgregor nominates the chanteuse and civil rights activist Nina Simone.
Join Gary for an hour of big bands, vocals and jazz.
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