Jazz FM is the home of jazz, soul and blues. Our musical output is unique; a mixture of truly eclectic new music and well known pieces by the legends of jazz, selected by the UK's finest presenters, each experts in their field.
Every night of the week there’s a magical collection of mellow music in Dinner Jazz, followed by chilled-out classics and laid-back beats in The Late Lounge . Weekends include Peter Young for the hottest selection of soul and Chris Philips and Mike Chadwick with very best in contemporary jazz.
Catch up our interviews, live sessions and so much more here right here on our official AudioBoo.
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Recorded on Friday 13 June 2014 while driving to a meeting in Cork City Hall about the branding of Cork. Mainly about Audioboo App & the musical #Hair - with mention of Phil Sorrel @daylightgambler too
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Lyricist and songwriter Chris Difford, known for his work in Squeeze, talks about the writing of such classic songs as ‘Cool for Cats’, ‘Up the Junction’, ‘Pulling Mussels (From the Shell)’, ‘Tempted’, ‘King George Street’, ‘Hourglass’, ‘Some Fantastic Place’ and more. In addition to describing...
On this week's podcast, Fandango's Erik Davis and Sean O'Connell preview the upcoming fall season of movies by selecting six films you're definitely going to want to keep an eye on. Also: Stick around for Sean's review of the One Direction concert movie.
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Eric Davis remembers when in the 1930s/40s Uttoxeter Road had a foundry, coal wharfs and a miniature railway from Park Hall colliery. Image courtesy of Steve Birks collection, thepotteries.org. #Longtonheritage