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Courtney Pine's JazzCrusade

Series featuring livejazz sessions, the cream of the latest jazz releases and interviews with some of the key players on the scene.
This week's edition taps into Japan's hot underground jazz scene, presented by DJ Koh with vocalist Monday
Michjru and jazz and R'n'B producer ShinachiOsawa.
BBC Radio 2

Digby Fairweather

with Jazz Notes
Radio 2's 'Focus on Youth' brings Jez Nelson in to unravel the modern jazz scene. Campbell Burnap reaches 'I' in his jazz alphabet, and John Dankworth ruminates on the state of British jazz.
BBC Radio 2

Chris Barber's Spirit ofNew Orleans

Series in which New Orleans jazz aficionado Chris Barber spins classic recordings of the past 80 years, with music from today's active traditional jazz scene. This edition recalls influential trombonist Kid Ory.
BBC Radio 2

Chris Barber's Spirit ofNew Orleans

Series in which New Orleans jazz aficionado Chris Barber spins classic recordings from the past 80 years, with music from today's active traditional jazz scene. This edition features Jelly Roll Morton, Joe "King" Oliver, Louis Armstrong and tenor saxophonist Lester Young.
BBC Radio 2

Chris Barber's Spirit ofNew Orleans

Series in which New Orleans jazz aficionado Chris Barber spins classic recordings of the past 80 years, with music from today's active traditional jazz scene. This edition recalls clarinettist
Barney Bigard (1906-80).
BBC Radio 2

Chris Barber's Spirit of New Orleans

New Orleans jazz aficionado Chris Barber spins classic recordings of the past 80 years, with music from today's active traditional jazz scene. This final edition recalls the relatively unknown trumpeter Punch Miller.
BBC Radio 2

Chris Barber's Spirit ofNew Orleans

Series in which New Orleans jazz aficionado Chris Barber spins classic recordings from the past 80 years, including music from today's active traditional jazz scene. This edition pays tribute to clarinettist Barney Bigard , who recorded extensively with Duke Ellington.
BBC Radio 2

Richard Thompson -Walking on a Wire

Radio 2 presents an in-depth interview with virtuoso guitarist and songwriter
Richard Thompson , whose musical output since the 60s - when he co-founded British folk-rock band Fairport Convention - has drawn inspiration from folk, jazz, blues, rock and classical. The programme showcases
38 years of recording, featuring tracks from his work with Fairport Convention in the 60s and with his then wife Linda Thompson in the 70s, and as a prolific solo artist. He performs songs from across his eclectic repertoire, including a cover of Britney
Spears's Oops! ...I I Did It Again. With input from producers
Joe Boyd and Mitchell Froom, Fairport Convention guitarist Simon Nicol and singer Linda Thompson. Producer Kevin Howlett
BBC Radio 2

South African Celebration

The last in the series, with Janet Topp-Fargion .
5: A look at the once strong South African jazz scene, which included Hugh Masekela, Miriam Makeba and Abdulla Ibrahim
.
BBC Radio 2

Russell Davies

Series showcasing popular songs. American musician John Pizzarelli discusses the New York jazz scene and his new album.
BBC Radio 2

Malcolm McLaren's Map of London

Cultured cockney, musician, impresario and punk-rock catalyst Malcom McLaren shares his personal vision of London, with observations, memories and anecdotes. A Soho resident with an impressive CV in music, fashion and art, McLaren is best known as the entrepreneurial force behind the Sex Pistols and as a purveyor of genre-bending early-80s pop, including the LP
Duck Rock and the singles Buffalo Gals, Double Dutch and Madam
Butterfly (Un Bel di Vedremo). He recalls a half-century of watersheds and movements in the capital, with an emphasis on street culture, a scene he claims is lost on today's more cyber-motivated youth. Producer Kate Bland
BBC Radio 2

The Definitive History of UK Dance Music

New series 1/3. Zoe Ball tackles the evolution of UK dance music, with late-80s acid house serving as the pivot around which other genres spin. The series explores dance scenes across the UK, encompassing northern soul, funk, rare groove, hip-hop, prog house, techno and drum 'n' bass, featuring dance-floor luminaries such as Sasha,
Russ Winstanley , Ian Levine , Fabio, Norman Jay , Jazzie B and Paul Oakenfold. The story starts with 1970s northern soul - with Wigan Casino its mecca - and swiftly proceeds to the 1980s with the emerging national soul scene, spearheaded by DJ/promoter/ club owner Nicky Holloway , who serves as consultant to the series.
Producers Vivienne Perry and Simon Poole See also Tuesday 10.30pm
BBC Radio 2

Courtney Pine's Jazz Crusade

New series 1/9. Return of the series in which the innovative saxophonist presents live jazz and new releases from the international jazz, Latin, world and underground club music scenes. Including interviews with established and upcomingjazz performers. The series kicks off with singer/songwriter Clare Teal. Producer Simon Barnett
BBC Radio 2

Courtney Pine's Jazz Crusade

3/9. Series in which the innovative saxophonist presents live jazz and new releases from the international jazz, Latin, world and underground club music scenes. Including interviews with established and upcoming jazz performers. This edition features Courtney's pick of the year's best albums.
BBC Radio 2

Courtney Pine's Jazz Crusade

8/9. Series in which the innovative saxophonist presents live jazz and new releases from the international jazz, Latin, world and underground club music scenes. Including interviews with established and upcoming jazz performers. His guest this evening is guitarist Deirdre Cartwright , with music from Nina Simone ,
Patricia Barber and David Murray.
BBC Radio 2

Courtney Pine's Jazz Crusade

2/8. Series in which the innovative saxophonist presents live jazz and new releases from the international jazz, Latin, world and underground club music scenes. Including interviews with established and upcoming jazz performers. Tonight's show features tracks by Alex Wilson ,
Manu Katche and Herbie Hancock.
BBC Radio 2

Courtney Pine's Jazz Crusade

5/8. Series in which the innovative saxophonist presents live jazz and new releases from the international jazz, world and underground club scenes.
This edition features vocalist
Jamie Cullum , who had enormous success in 2003.
BBC Radio 2

Courtney Pine's Jazz Crusade

4/8. Series featuring live jazz and new records from the international jazz, latin, world and underground club music scenes. Tonight's guest is bassist Geoff Gascoyne , who has worked extensively with singer/pianist Jamie Cullum.
BBC Radio 2

Courtney Pine's Jazz Crusade

Series showcasing livejazz and new releases from the international jazz, world and underground club scenes. 2: With guests Cleveland Watkiss and Nikki Yeah.
BBC Radio 2

Courtney Pine's Jazz Crusade

6/8. Series in which the innovative saxophonist presents livejazz and new releases from the international jazz, world and underground club scenes.
This edition features pianist Randy Weston.






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