Sitting in for Ken Bruce. Featuring throughout the week Tracks of My Years, in which French synth-pop veteran (Oxygene) and stage spectacle producer Jean Michel Jarre chooses - two a day - his ten favourite records. And there's a week-long spotlight on the new album by the Feeling, who perform live for today's programme.
A special edition of the R&B and blues featuring hugely popular blues-rock guitar virtuoso, singer and songwriter Joe Bonamassa, who performs and chats before a live studio audience. The event was recorded last week ahead of Bonamassa's UK tour.
Clare Teal presents the first part of the BBC Big Band's tribute concert to innovative keyboardist/ composer Joe Zawinul , who died in September. Recorded at the London Jazz Festival in November, the event features keyboardist Django Bates and bass player Victor Bailey.
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