Featuring the best in Jazz from across the BBC
The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess shares some of his favourite blues records with Cerys.
Jeff Goldblum on his forthcoming jazz album recorded live in Los Angeles
Seonaid and Richard perform the Rogers and Hart classic on Jazz Nights
Clare Teal with the best big band, swing and jazz, classic to contemporary.
Soul and jazz star Gregory Porter explores the soft, intimate art of crooning.
A curiosity cabinet of adventurous music presented by Nick Luscombe
A J to Z special, with guitar wizard Charlie Hunter and drummer Carter McLean.
Linley Hamilton hosts the best in contemporary jazz
Trumpet virtuoso, James Morrison, introduces the brassiest selection of music around.
Jacqui Dankworth performs live on Jazz Nights at the Quay
Jamie Cullum showcases his love of jazz, featuring live sessions and special guests.
Julian Joseph recounts how jazz diplomacy was used during the Cold War.
Seonaid Aitken dedicates an hour of the show to Black History Month.
Huey Morgan travels to New York to examine the enduring appeal of blind musician Moondog.
Soweto Kinch presents Pete Long’s new jazz arrangement of Holst’s Planets.
Geoffrey Smith's Jazz, a personal journey taking in great musicians and great music.
Gemma Cairney takes Kojey Radical to Ghana, West Africa, for a musical collaboration.
Paul Miller plays a classy mix of Sweet Soul and Smooth Jazz.
Veteran clarinettist in Europe, and British singer back in business.
Seonaid Aitken has another recommendation from Jamie Cullum.
The life of Louis Armstrong as told through his archive of tape recordings.
Seonaid Aitken with the best in jazz music from contemporary to classic.
Mark Lamarr explores the life of blues woman Memphis Minnie.
Geoffrey Smith celebrates Kenny Burrell, an impeccably tasteful guitarist.
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