The Chris Barber Jazz Diaries

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198C0119980803

Eight programmes in which jazz musician Chris Barber chats to a guest and plays a selection of traditional and classical jazz.

His guests tonight are George Harrison and Kenneth Clarke MP.

198C0219980810

The second of eight programmes in which jazz musician Chris Barber chats to guests and plays a selection of traditional and classical jazz.

Raymond Baxter recalls his days as a motor racing commentator and picks his jazz favourites, and Van Morrison talks about his musical influences.

198C0319980817

The third of eight programmes in which jazz musician Chris Barber chats to guests and plays a selection of traditional and classical jazz.

In this programme, his guests are gameshow host Jim Bowen, Jackie Stewart and Ken Tyrell.

198C0419980824

The fourth of eight programmes in which jazz musician Chris Barber chats to guests and plays a selection of traditional and classical jazz.

In this programme he is joined by Stirling Moss and Sebastian Coe.

198C0519980831

The fifth of eight programmes in which jazz musician Chris Barber chats to guests and plays a selection of traditional and classical jazz.

In this programme his guests are David Jacobs and John R.

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198C0619980907

The sixth of eight programmes in which jazz musician Chris Barber chats to guests and plays a selection of traditional and classical jazz.

In this programme, he plays a selection of his favourite jazz and blues records including Sonny Boy Williams, Acker Bilk and Roy Eldridge, and some from his own jazz and blues band.

198C0719980914

The seventh of eight programmes in which jazz musician Chris Barber chats to guests and plays a selection of traditional and classical jazz.

In this programme, he is joined by rock and bluesman Mark Knopfler.

198C0819980921

Jazz musician Chris Barber chats to guests and plays a selection of traditional and classical jazz.

His guests include Campbell Burnap, Harry Hayes, Harry Gold, Tommy McQuater and the late Nat Gonella whose last interview this was.