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20070716

Paul Gambaccini hosts the BBC Jazz Awards 2007, from the Mermaid Theatre, London.

Five awards have been voted for by listeners of BBC Radio in a combined online and phone poll:

BBC Radio 2 Best of Jazz Award

BBC Radio 2 Jazz Artist of the Year

BBC Radio 3 Jazz on 3 Innovation Award

BBC Radio 3 Jazz Line-Up Best Band Award

Best Album Award.

20070716

Paul Gambaccini hosts the BBC Jazz Awards 2007, from the Mermaid Theatre, London.

Five awards have been voted for by listeners of BBC Radio in a combined online and phone poll:

BBC Radio 2 Best of Jazz Award

BBC Radio 2 Jazz Artist of the Year

BBC Radio 3 Jazz on 3 Innovation Award

BBC Radio 3 Jazz Line-Up Best Band Award

Best Album Award.

05200520050704

Paul Gambaccini hosts the highlight of the jazz year celebrating the best bands, vocalists, rising stars, innovators and instrumentalists, including the legendary Oscar Peterson.

05200520050704

Paul Gambaccini hosts the highlight of the jazz year celebrating the best bands, vocalists, rising stars, innovators and instrumentalists, including the legendary Oscar Peterson.

06200620060717

Paul Gambaccini presents the sixth annual BBC Jazz Awards, featuring Quincy Jones, the year's Best Band, Album, Vocalist and Instrumentalist and the Artist of the year.

This year's awards will feature revered names from the industry including producer/arranger and global jazz superstar Quincy Jones, Jools Holland - the UK's most popular pianist and bandleader, and the multi-platinum selling Jamie Cullum.

The 2006 list of nominees features a plethora of popular jazz names including Polar Bear, Clare Teal, Tim Garland, Georgie Fame, Jason Yarde and many more.

The legendary Quincy Jones will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement Jazz Award, and Ian Carr will be recognised for his contribution to the industry with the Services to Jazz In The UK Award.

06200620060717

Paul Gambaccini presents the sixth annual BBC Jazz Awards, featuring Quincy Jones, the year's Best Band, Album, Vocalist and Instrumentalist and the Artist of the year.

This year's awards will feature revered names from the industry including producer/arranger and global jazz superstar Quincy Jones, Jools Holland - the UK's most popular pianist and bandleader, and the multi-platinum selling Jamie Cullum.

The 2006 list of nominees features a plethora of popular jazz names including Polar Bear, Clare Teal, Tim Garland, Georgie Fame, Jason Yarde and many more.

The legendary Quincy Jones will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement Jazz Award, and Ian Carr will be recognised for his contribution to the industry with the Services to Jazz In The UK Award.