New Jazz Standards

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19991023

Richard Niles presents the fourth of eight programmes of new jazz and jazz fusion, featuring Chaka Khan, Joshua Redman, Hue and Cry and Milton Nascimento. With a specially recorded live set from tenor saxophonist Pete Wareham's quartet.

19991030

Richard Niles presents another slection of new jazz and jazz fusion, featuring Incognito, Joshua Redman and Joni Mitchell. With a specially recorded live set from singer Ian Shaw and his trio.

19991120

Richard Niles presents another selection of new jazz and jazz fusion, featuring a specially recorded live set from saxophonist Tim Whitehead.

19991127

Richard Niles presents the last in a selection of new jazz and jazz fusion, featuring Pat Metheny, Buena Vista Social Club and Special EFX. Plus a specially recorded set from acid jazz pioneers the James Taylor Quartet.

20021007

Richard Niles presents an eight-part series featuring the best in contemporary jazz. This fifth programme features artists including Jim Mullen, Hamish Stewart and Steve Hamilton.

20021014

Richard Niles presents an eight-part series featuring the best in contemporary jazz.

Tain19991106

Richard Niles presents another selection of new jazz and jazz fusion, featuring Branford Marsalis, Charlie Haden and Jeff `Tain' Watts. With a specially recorded live set from saxophonist Michael Brecker, who talks to Richard Niles about his latest album, `Time Is of the Essence'.

199C0119990918

Richard Niles returns with a new eight-part series in which he explores the finest music from the world of new jazz and jazz fusion.

Featuring Regina Carter, Gato Barbieri, Pat Metheny and a specially recorded live set from the Guy Barker quintet.

199C0219990925

Richard Niles presents the second of eight programmes featuring music from the world of new jazz and jazz fusion.

With guest Jim Mullen and music from George Benson, Earl Klugh, Pat Metheny and Jim Hall.

199C0319991002

Richard Niles presents the third of eight programmes of new jazz and jazz fusion, featuring Billy Cobham, David Sanborn, Bob James and Hamish Stuart and a specially recorded set from Bill Bruford's Earthworks.