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Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

Charles Fox introduces the besof present-day Jazz on records with a News Profile from PETER CLAYTON
Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

STEVE RACE introduces the best of present-day jazz on records with a News Profile from PETER CLAYTON
Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

CHARLES Fox introduces the best of present-day jazz on records with a News Profile from PETER CLAYTON
Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

The best of present day jazz on records
Introduced by STEVE RACE
Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

The best of present-day jazz on records
Introduced by STEVE RACN
Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

STEVE RACE introduces the best of present-day jazz on records with news and views from PETER CLAYTON
BBC Two England

Jazz Scene U.S.A.

Oscar Brown Jr. introduces a series produced on the West Coast featuring top American jazz musicians.
This week: Nancy Wilson
Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

The best of present-day jazz on records
Introduced by CHARLES Fox
Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

CHARLES Fox introduces the best of present-day jazz on records with a News Profile from PETER CLAYTON
Network Three

JAZZ SCENE '65

The best of present day jazz on records
Introduced by STEVE RACE
Light Programme

THE JAZZ SCENE

In the Jazz Club from Glasgow
THE ANDY PARK BIG BAND
THE IAN McHAFFIE QUARTET
Introduced by ANDY PARK
Produced by BEN LYONS
Hear Me Talkin' GERRY MULLIGAN
PETER CLAYTON with this week's topic New Releases reviewed by MAX JONES
Festival Highlights and the best on records Introduced by HUMPHREY LYTTELTON
Produced by TERRY WARRICK
STEVE ALLEN , BRYANT MARRIOTT
Light Programme

THE JAZZ SCENE

Introduced by HUMPHREY LYTTELTON
In the Jazz Club from Manchester
GARY COX with THE JOE PALIN TRIO
THE ALAN HARE OCTET
Produced by JOHN WILCOX
Hear Me Talkin' NAT HENTOFF
PETER CLAYTON with this week's topic
New Releases reviewed by ALEXIS KORNER
Festival Highlights and the best on record
Produced by TEDDY WARRICK ,
STEVE ALLEN , BRYANT MARRIOTI
BBC Two England

Jazz Scene

at the Ronnie Scott Club
Tonight The John Dankworth Orchestra
with Cleo Laine
The first half of tonight's programme features two items by the band; the first one, 'David and the Bloaters,' is from a collection of pieces John wrote based on Dickensian characters, and the second, 'Don the Dreamer,' is from the recent LP Windmill Tilter' which the John Dankworth Orchestra recorded, featuring the compositions of one of the finest young jazz musicians in this country, Kenny Wheeler.
The rest of the programme features the marvellous singing of Cleo Laine in a short selection of classical material.
Introduced by Ronnie Scott

(Colour)
Light Programme

JAZZ CLUB

with THE HARRY SOUTH BIG BAND and THE RONNIE Ross -
BILL LE SAGE QUARTET
Introduced by HUMPHREY LYTTELTON
† Produced by Bryant Marriott on application to [address removed]. enclosing stamped addressed envelope
Light Programme

JAZZ BEAT

THE ART-WOODS
The MIKE COTTON SOUND
Introduced by GEORGE MELLT
Produced by Bryant Marriott
BBC Radio 2

Ronnie Scott's at 50

1/2. BBC Radio 2 celebrates last week's 50th anniversary of internationally famous Soho jazz club Ronnie Scott 's, started in 1959 by tenor saxophonist and humorist Ronnie Scott (1927-96). Scott's impact on the British jazz scene cannot be overstated, as evidenced by the club's sustained draw for world-class talent, from
Dizzy Gillespie , Sonny Rollins and Stan Getz to Ella Fitzgerald and Nina Simone. With input by Sonny Rollins , Diana Krall , Monty Alexander ,
Courtney Pine , Guy Barker and Claire Martin. A special concert follows at 7.30, and at 9.15 the second part of this tribute. Producer Phil Critchlow
BBC Radio 4 FM

The House That Jazz Built

Celebrating 50 years of Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, Paul Merton explores the origins of the famous venue and examines its impact on the world of music. Recorded on location at the club, the programme features interviews with leading jazz artists Salena Jones, Ian Shaw, Jay Phelps and James Pearson and features music and archive from personalities associated with the venue.
(Rptd on Sunday at 1.30pm)
Light Programme

It's Jazz

Annie Ross and the Tony Kinsey Quintet
Keith Christie : Hear Me Talkin'
Steve Race with New Releases
Peter Clayton's News Profile
Introduced by Benny Green
Produced by Teddy Warrick, STEVE ALLEN and BRYANT MARRIOTT
BBC Radio 3

Jazz File

The Caribbean Connection
2/2. Concluding his survey of the jazz links between the Caribbean and the UK,
Soweto Kinch profiles the musical heirs of Joe Harriott and Harold McNair , in particular the Jazz
Warriors. He hears from Courtney Pine, Bammi Rose , Gary Crosby and Jason Yarde about the renaissance in Anglo-Caribbean jazz, and reveals how Tomorrow's Warriors and Jazz
Jamaica grew out of the London jazz scene of the 1980s. Producer AlynShipton
BBC Two England

Jazz at the Maltings: The Gary Burton Quartet

from the Aldeburgh Festival Concert Hall
A weekly series featuring some of the world's top jazz artists in concert
Introduced by Benny Green
(The Gary Burton Quartet appear by arrangement with Harold Davison)

Gary Burton is one of the most phenomenal young musicians ever to have appeared on the jazz scene. Still in his middle twenties, which is young even for a jazz musician, Burton has already impressed musicians, critics, and audiences alike with his astounding technique, his ravishing melodic flair, and the irresistible rhythmic surge for playing. Burton, whose casual physical appearance is vaguely reminiscent of The Old West, plays the vibraphone in a style which is completely original, and his mastery of the difficult art of manipulating four mallets simultaneously enables him at times to produce pianistic textures. A one-time member of both the George Shearing and Stan Getz groups, Burton seems more likely than anyone of his generation to give the tired art of jazz fresh impetus.
(Colour)






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