Affiche Later... with Jools Holland
  • 37 saisons
  • 365 épisodes
  • Début :
    1998
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A contemporary music programme shown on British television since 1992. Five or six bands perform a varied selection of popular, world, folk or jazz music styles in front of a small, appreciative live audience. Plenty of music, some chat, a little humour and possibly some accompaniment from the host, pianist Jools Holland.

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S01E01 Neville Brothers, The Christians, D-Influence, Nu Colours 09/10/1992 Jools Holland introduces a new music show, featuring The Neville Brothers and Nu Colours.
S01E02 Dwight Yoakam, k.d.lang, The Rockingbirds, Loudon Wainwright III 15/10/1992 Jools is joined by Dwight Yoakam, k.d. lang, The Rockingbirds and Loudon Wainwright III.
S01E03 Was Not Was, Baaba Maal, Tasmin Archer, Oumou Sangare 23/10/1992 Jools is joined by Was (Not Was), Baaba Maal, Tasmin Archer and Oumou Sangare.
S01E04 Carmel, Indigo Girls, Barbara Thompson, Katie Webster, Mary Chapin Carpenter 30/10/1992
S01E05 Inspiral Carpets, The Tyreel Corporation, John Martyn, Joan Baez, David Gray 06/11/1992
S01E06 Nick Cave, Shane McGowan, Denim, En Vogue, John Prine 13/11/1992
S01E07 Television, John Cale & The Duke String Quartet, Mary Coughlan, dc Basehead 20/11/1992
S01E08 Sonic Youth, Shabba Ranks, Suzanne Rhatigan, Apache Indian 27/11/1992
S01E09 Morrissey, Tori Amos, Matthew Street, Loyko, Sonny Landreth 04/12/1992
S01E10 Kirsty MacColl, Simply Red, Me Phi Me, Ann Peebles 11/12/1992
S03E01 Elvis Costello, Counting Crows, Honky, Otis Rush, Sheila Chandra 07/05/1994
S03E02 Traffic, Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Cassandra Wilson, Morphine, Galliano 14/05/1994
S03E03 Evan Dando, The Pretenders, Angélique Kidjo, Erasure, David McComb, Jonathan Richman 21/05/1994
S03E04 David Byrne, Cracker, Cocteau Twins, Seal, Ali Farka Toure 28/05/1994
S03E05 Bonnie Raitt, G. Love & Special Sauce, Jimmie Vaughan, Jah Wobble, Jamiroquai 04/06/1994
S03E06 Crowded House, The Auteurs, Aswad, The Cranberries 11/06/1994
S03E07 Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash, Mazzy Star, Carleen Anderson, Pops Staples 09/07/1994
S05E01 Massive Attack with Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt, Marianne Faithfull with the Electra Strings, Hole, The Mavericks, Dionne Farris 13/05/1995
S05E02 PJ Harvey, Tindersticks, Sheryl Crow, Moby, D-Influence 20/05/1995
S05E03 Radiohead, Elvis Costello, Chris Isaak, Boy George, Lucky Dube 27/05/1995
S05E04 Supergrass, Paul Weller with Carleen Anderson and Jhelisa Anderson, Joan Armatrading, Scott Walker, Baaba Maal, The Vulgar Boatmen 03/06/1995
S05E05 Dusty Springfield, Sinead O'Connor, McAlmont & Butler, Alison Moyet, Whipping Boy, Laurie Anderson 10/06/1995
S05E06 Björk with the Electra Strings, Tricky, The Boo Radleys, Graham Parker, Pete Townshend, Olodum, Isaac Hayes 17/06/1995
S06E01 Black Grape, D'Angelo, Melissa Etheridge, Gregory Isaacs, Suggs 04/11/1995
S06E02 Pulp, Morrissey, Billy Rae Martin, the Finn Brothers, Randy Newman, Luther Vandross 11/11/1995
S06E03 Blur, Garth Brooks, Soul II Soul, Aimee Mann, Justin Vali Trio 18/11/1995
S06E04 The Human League, Cast, Guru, Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle 25/11/1995
S06E05 David Bowie, Oasis, Ruby, Papa Wemba, Aztec Camera 02/12/1995
S06E06 Van Morrison, The Charlatans, Buju Banton, Paul Brady, Tori Amos, Maura O'Connell 09/12/1995
S08E01 50th Show with Orbital, Kula Shaker, Joe Cocker, The Blue Nile, Jackson Browne, Nu Colours 09/11/1996
S08E02 Metallica, The Beautiful South, Catatonia, Horace Andy, Donovan 16/11/1996
S08E03 Baby Bird, John Parish and Polly Jean Harvey, Eddi Reader, Christie Moore, Luciano 23/11/1996
S08E04 Screaming Trees, Billy Bragg, Electronic, Neneh Cherry, BR5-49, Nitin Sawhney 30/11/1996
S08E05 Travis, Tricky with PJ Harvey, Sting, Lionel Richie, Lewis Taylor 07/12/1996
S08E06 Suede, Beth Orton, Alexander O'Neal, Reef, Ray Davies, Anuna 14/12/1996
S09E01 David Byrne and Morcheeba, Beck, The Brand New Heavies, Dru Hill, Ruben Gonzales, Rollins Band 10/05/1997
S09E02 Steve Winwood, Stereophonics, Finley Quaye, Counting Crows, James Taylor, Buena Vista Social Club with Ry Cooder 17/05/1997
S09E03 The Charlatans, Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, Khaled, Tony Bennett, Boz Scaggs, Wynonna Judd 24/05/1997
S09E04 Foo Fighters, Radiohead, World Party, Kwesi, k.d. lang, Alison Krauss & Union Station 31/05/1997
S09E05 Primal Scream, Suzanne Vega, Placebo, Del Amitri, Jhelisa, Chris Smither 07/06/1997
S09E06 Mieskuoro Huutajat, Mansun, Echo & the Bunnymen, Erykah Badu, Massive Attack, Roger McGuinn, Kathryn Tickell 14/06/1997
S10E01 The Verve, Rickie Lee Jones, UB40, Roni Size, Reprazent, Jewel 01/11/1997
S10E02 M People, Blackstreet, Embrace, Cast, Iarla Ó Lionáird 08/11/1997
S10E03 Aerosmith, Black Grape, Texas, Lighthouse Family, Phil Campbell 15/11/1997
S10E04 Seahorses, Portishead, Faithless, Tim Rose, Tanya Donnelly, Pauline Taylor 22/11/1997
S10E05 Paul Weller, Superstar, Björk, Afro Celt Sound System, Carleen Anderson 29/11/1997
S10E06 Jamiroquai, Ocean Colour Scene, Cornershop, Steve Earle & The Dukes, Kristin Hersch, Cath Coffey 06/12/1997
S12E01 Manic Street Preachers, Eels, Beverley Knight, Ian Dury & The Blockheads, Bjork 23/10/1998
S12E02 Neil Finn, Marc Almond, Red Snapper, Rufus Wainwright, Hole 30/10/1998
S12E03 The Afghan Whigs, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Natalie Merchant, Mike Oldfield 06/11/1998
S12E04 R.E.M. 13/11/1998 An R.E.M. special recorded around the time they released Up.
S12E05 Robbie Williams, Placebo, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Bonnie Raitt and Trisha Yearwood 13/11/1998
S12E06 The Beautiful South, Ash, PJ Harvey, Joshua Redman Elastic Band, Dr John, Jools Holland & HRBO 27/11/1998
S12E07 Herbie Hancock, Culture Club, Faithless, Lucinda Williams 04/12/1998
S12E08 Elliott Smith, Massive Attack, Blondie, Roddy Frame, The Divine Comedy, Six By Seven 11/12/1998
S13E01 Blur, Van Morrison, Wilco, Natacha Atlas, Candi Staton 16/04/1999
S13E02 Catatonia, Kula Shaker, Urban Species, Paul Westerburg, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers 23/04/1994
S13E03 Skunk Anansie, Mercury Rev, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Robert Palmer, Macy Gray 30/04/1999
S13E04 Beth Orton, Texas, Stereophonics, Dark Star, Scratch and The Roots 07/05/1999
S13E05 Garbage, Suede, Ozomatli, Witness, John Cale 14/05/1999
S13E06 The Cardigans, The Mavericks, The Pretenders, Gay Dad, Gang Starr, Steve Earle 21/05/1999
S14E01 James, Bryan Ferry, Gabrielle, Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, Breakbeat Era 16/10/1999
S14E02 The Charlatans, Jeff Beck, Shelby Lynee, Bernard Butler, Oslo 23/10/1999
S14E03 Madness, Ian Dury, Richard Thompson, Tori Amos, Cheikh Lô, Pavement, Jimmy Scott 30/10/1999
S14E04 Paul McCartney, Travis, Shola Ama, The Flaming Lips, Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham 06/11/1999
S14E05 The Lightning Seeds, Foo Fighters, Ian Brown, Incognito, Taj Mahal, Toumani Diabate 14/11/1999
S14E06 Beck, Ocean Colour Scene, Merz, Cousteau, Mary J. Blige, Nu Colours, Jools Holland RBO 20/11/1999
S14E07 Supergrass, Melanie C, Robert Cray, Holly Johnson, Campag Velocet 28/11/1999
S14E08 Gomez, Diana Krall, Elastica, David Bowie, The Brand New Heavies 04/12/1999
S15E01 Paul Weller, Kirsty MacColl, Moloko, Idelwild, Craig David, Roby Lakatos 14/04/2000 100th show
S15E02 Eagle-Eye Cherry,Super Furry Animals, Death in Vegas, David Gray, LSK 21/04/2000
S15E03 Embrace, Doves, Lynden David Hall, Hinda Hicks, Bobby Whitlock, Eric Clapton, Ute Lemper 28/04/2000
S15E04 Primal Scream, Youssou N'Dour, Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, Odetta, Coldplay 05/05/2000
S15E05 Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros, Angie Stone, The Delgados, Tracy Chapman, Warren Zevon, Nick Mason 13/05/2000
S15E06 Lou Reed, Kelis, Broadcast, Kylie Minogue, Bert Jansch, M.J. Cole 20/05/2000
S17E01 Manic Street Preachers, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Spek, Neil Finn, Cesária Évora, Sunshine Anderson 13/04/2001
S17E02 Starsailor, Goldfrapp, Stereo MCs, The Blind Boys of Alabama, The Blockheads 20/04/2001
S17E03 Anastacia, Ash, Musiq Soulchild, Omara Portuondo, Cachaito 27/04/2001
S17E04 R.E.M., India.Arie, Orbital, Clearlake, Baaba Maal, Ron Sexsmith 04/05/2001
S17E05 Manic Street Preachers, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Spek, Neil Finn, Cesária Évora,/ Sunshine Anderson 11/05/2001
S17E06 Kate Rusby, James, Rodney Crowell, Buju Banton, Matthew Jay, The Tiger Lillies, Nelly Furtado 18/05/2001
S17E07 Radiohead 09/06/2001
S17E08 00/00/0000
S18E01 PJ Harvey, Kelis, Spiritualized, Dr John, Nick Lowe 12/10/2001
S18E02 New Order, Michael McDonald, Ryan Adams, Zero 7, Roots Manuva 19/10/2001
S18E03 Pulp, Jack Bruce, Eels, Cheb Mami, Sam Moore 26/10/2001
S18E04 Mercury Rev, Alicia Keys, Travis, Kosheen, Doudou Cissoko 02/11/2001
S18E05 The White Stripes, Muse, Super Furry Animals, US3, Thea Gilmore, Jamiroquai 09/11/2001
S18E06 Garbage, The Hives, Macy Gray, The Beta Band, Hall & Oates, Richard Bona 16/11/2001
S18E07 Charlatans, Mull Historical Society, Dreadzone, David Gilmour, Mica Paris, Suggs, Mariza, Paul Carrack, Jools Holland RBO 23/11/2001
S18E08 The Lighthouse Family, Feeder, Belle & Sebastian, Boz Scaggs, Tom Jones, Souad Massi 30/11/2001
S19E01 Pet Shop Boys, Doves, Cornershop, So Solid Crew, India.Arie 12/04/2002
S19E02 The Vines, Del Amitri, Susana Baca, Stereophonics, Badly Drawn Boy, Bruce Springsteen & the E-Street Band 19/04/2002 The Vines Del Amitri Susana Baca Stereophonics Badly Drawn Boy Bruce Springsteen & the E-Street Band
S19E03 Gomez, Patti Smith, Angélique Kidjo, Tweet, Missy Elliott, The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion 26/04/2002
S19E04 Elvis Costello, Mary J. Blige, The Electric Soft Parade, Salif Keita 03/05/2002
S19E05 Bryan Ferry, Mis-teeq, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Glenn Lewis, The Hives, The Handsome Family 10/05/2002
S19E06 Beverley Knight, Damon Albarn with Afel Bocoum, Wilco, Eric Burdon, Norah Jones, The Von Bondies 17/05/2002
S21E01 Lou Reed, Goldfrapp, Kings of Leon, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, The Vines, McKay 16/05/2003
S21E02 Cat Power, Electric Six, The Pretenders, Skin, Taraf De Haidouks, Robert Palmer 00/00/0000
S21E03 Stereophonics, The Dandy Warhols, Blind Boys Of Alabama, John Cale, Sevara Nazarkhan, Vivian Green 00/00/0000
S21E04 Radiohead, Zwan, Ibrahim Ferrer, Martina Topley Bird, Bob & Marcia, Pat Metheny 00/00/0000
S21E05 Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Grandaddy, Joe Jackson, Steve Winwood, Terri Walker, Celso Fonseca 13/06/2003
S21E06 Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Simply Red, The Thrills, Moloko, The Darkness, Sam Brown 00/00/0000
S22E01 R.E.M., British Sea Power, Buddy Guy, Jamelia, Willis 00/00/0000
S22E02 Desert Sessions, Texas, Starsailor, Dizzee Rascal, Kanda Bongo Man, June Tabor 00/00/0000
S22E03 Keane, Jane's Addiction, John Cale, Nitin Sawhney, Simple Kid, Julian Joseph 00/00/0000
S22E04 Elbow, Amy Winehouse, The Coral, Sean Paul, Paula Santoro, Ludacris, Erin McKeown 07/11/2003
S22E05 Travis, The Distillers, Love with Arthur Lee, Hot Club Of Cowtown 00/00/0000
S22E06 Franz Ferdinand, 22-20s, Annie Lennox, Courtney Pine & David McAlmont, Ryan Adams, Oumou Sangare 00/00/0000
S24E01 Mary J. Blige, Guru, D'Angelo, Ms. Dynamite, Blackstreet, Erykah Badu, The Roots, Macy Gray 00/00/0000
S24E02 Green Day, Elvis Costello, Robbie Williams, Estelle and Nellie McKay 00/00/0000
S24E03 Embrace, The Cure, The Futureheads, KT Tunstall, Anita Baker, Jackson Browne 00/00/0000
S24E04 Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Kings Of Leon, Manic Street Preachers, Fried, Willy Mason, Brendan Power 00/00/0000
S24E05 Razorlight, The Zutons, Mory Kante, Roni Size, Robin Gibb, Beverley Knight, Joanna Newsom 00/00/0000
S24E06 Ian Browne, Mercury Rev, The Beautiful South, k.d. lang, The Bravery, MC Solaar 00/00/0000
S24E07 Bloc Party, Keane, Interpol, Old Crow Medicine Show, Ray LaMontagne, Elton John 19/11/2004
S25E01 Foo Fighters, Hard-Fi, The Black Eyed Peas, Arcade Fire, Mariza 13/05/2005 Jools is joined by Foo Fighters, Black Eyed Peas, Hard-Fi, Arcade Fire and Mariza.
S25E02 Athlete, The Fall, Lhasa, Roger Plant & The Strange Sensation, The Go! Team, Rolan Bolan, Mose Allison, Tony Visconti 00/00/0000
S25E03 Kaiser Chiefs, Eels, Frank Black, John Legend, Martha Wainwright, Van Morrison 00/00/0000
S25E04 New Order, The Coral, Faith Evans, Rufus Wainwright, New Order, Acoustic Ladyland 00/00/0000
S25E05 Beck, Doves, David Sanborn, Plant Life, M Ward, Kubb 00/00/0000
S25E06 Coldplay, Jamiroquai, Billy Preston, Amadou & Mariam, Anthony & The Johnsons 00/00/0000
S25E07 Green Day, The Killers, John Cale, The Hives, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Foo Fighters 00/00/0000
S25E08 Youssou N'Dour, Tinariwen, Angelique Kidjo, Ali Farka Touré, Orchestra Baobab 00/00/0000
S25E09 Paul Weller Special 00/00/0000
S26E01 Goldfrapp, Editors, Burt Bacharach, Brendan Benson, Jamie Lidell, Corinne Bailey Rae 21/10/2005
S26E02 Arctic Monkeys, Ms Dynamite, Mylo, Joseph Arthur, Los De Abajo, Lizz Wright 28/10/2005
S26E03 Robby Williams, KT Tunstall, Maxïmo Park, Mattafix, Cheikh N'Digel Lô, Vashti Bunyan 04/11/2005
S26E04 Santana, Bettye LaVette, Sheryl Crow, Paul Weller, Sigur Rós, John Cale 11/11/2005
S26E05 Sean Paul, Texas, Salif Keita, Babyshambles, Teddy Thompson, Shlomo 18/11/2005 Jools is joined by Sean Paul, Texas, Salif Keita, Babyshambles and Teddy Thompson.
S26E06 Solomon Burke, David Gray, The Rakes, The National, Yasmin Leavey, Jools Holland & RBO, Richard Hawley 25/11/2005 Jools is joined by David Gray, Richard Hawley, The Rakes, Yasmin Levy, Solomon Burke, The National and Sam Brown.
S26E07 Cool Britannia II - Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, The Libertines, Bloc Party 30/12/2005 Jools celebrates some of the best new British talent, featuring Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, The Libertines and Bloc Party.
S27E01 Pearl Jam, Corinne Bailey Rae, Jenny Lewis, The Watson Twins, Jamie Foxx, The Spinto Band, The Zutons 05/05/2006 The musician presents a diverse mix of performances, with guests including Pearl Jam, who will be showcasing tracks from their seventh album. Leeds singer Corinne Bailey Rae also appears, along with Liverpool band the Zutons and Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx.
S27E02 Richard Ashcroft, John Fogerty, Matisyahu, We Are Scientists, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Camille 12/05/2006 Jools is joined by Richard Ashcroft, plus classics from Creedence Clearwater's John Fogerty, Hasidic hip-hop from Matisyahu, We are Scientists, Rodrigo y Gabriela and Camille.
S27E03 Gnarls Barkley, Dr. John, Franz Ferdinand, James Morrison, Snow Patrol 19/05/2006 Franz Ferdinand play tracks from their latest album You Could Have It So Much Better. Newcomers Gnarls Barkley perform songs from their debut record St Elsewhere, featuring the smash hit Crazy. Also taking to the stage are alternative band Snow Patrol and singer-songwriter Martha Wainwrigh.
S27E04 Elvis Costello, David Gilmour, Paul Simon, The Streets, Allen Toussaint, Nacao Zumbi 26/05/2006 Jools welcomes David Gilmour, who recently celebrated his 60th birthday with the release of his first album since 1994 Pink Floyd release Division Bell. He is joined by Sixties legends David Crosby and Graham Nash who contribute harmonies on the title track On an Island. Also appearing on stage are Mike Skinner of the Streets, Brazilian musician Nacao Zumbi and singer-songwriter Elvis Costello.
S27E05 Hot Chip, David Crosby & Graham Nash, Ojos de Brujo, Dirty Pretty Things, India.Arie, Morrissey 02/06/2006 Jools welcomes former Smiths frontman Morrissey, who discusses his achievements and showcases songs from his latest album Ringleader of the Tormentors. Contemporary pop group Hot Chip also perform their unique brand of soulful and experimental music, and talk about their successes over the past few years. Plus, the Libertines' co-founder Carl Barat presents his new band Dirty Pretty Things.
S27E06 Rosanne Cash, Ray Davies, Jose Gonzalez, Omar, Primal Scream, Young Knives 09/06/2006 Primal Scream sing numbers including their latest single Country Girl, and Ray Davies showcases tracks from his new album Other People's Lives. Jools offers American singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash a welcome break from her tour to sing hits from her recent release Black Cadillac, while Sweden's Jose Gonzalez, UK soul star Omar and Leicestershire band the Young Knives complete the line-u
S27E07 The Automatic, Gogol Bordello, Dixie Chicks, The Dresden Dolls, The Fratellis, Paolo Nutini 16/06/2006 Keane return from their tour of Europe to perform numbers from their latest release Under the Iron Sea, including Is It Any Wonder?, while New York band Gogol Bordello play their unique brand of Gypsy punk. American country music trio the Dixie Chicks, cultish piano specialists Dresden Dolls, and Scottish newcomers the Fratellis also take to the stage to sing tracks from their most recent albums.
S27E08 Plan B, The Flaming Lips, The Divine Comedy, The Strokes, Raul Midon, Cat Power 23/06/2006 Jools is joined by The Strokes, The Flaming Lips, The Divine Comedy, Cat Power, Plan B and Raul Midon.
S28E01 Amy Winehouse / Muse / Dave Stewart / Gypsy Kings / John Legend / The Raconteurs / Duke Special 00/00/0000 Amy Winehouse / Muse / Dave Stewart / Gypsy Kings / John Legend / The Raconteurs / Duke Special
S28E02 Kasabian / Smokey Robinson / The View / Jack Allsopp / Jarvis Cocker / Randy Crawford / Damien Rice / Joe Sample 00/00/0000 Kasabian / Smokey Robinson / The View / Jack Allsopp / Jarvis Cocker / Randy Crawford / Damien Rice / Joe Sample
S28E03 Razorlight, The Magic Numbers, Cat Stevens, Mika, Christy Moore, Gotan Project and Andy Summers 17/11/2006 Razorlight / The Magic Numbers / Cat Stevens / Mika / Christy Moore / Gotan Project / Andy Summers
S28E04 The Killers, Cherry Ghost, Sara Tavares, Lucinda Williams, George Martin and Air Traffic 24/11/2006 The Killers / Cherry Ghost / Sara Tavares / Lucinda Williams / George Martin / Air Traffic
S28E05 Red Hot Chili Peppers, Keane, Klaxons, The Be Good Tanyas, Thom Yorke, Bellowhead and Anthony David 01/12/2006 Red Hot Chili Peppers / Keane / Klaxons / The Be Good Tanyas / Thom Yorke / Bellowhead / Anthony David
S28E06 Tony Bennett / Scissor Sisters / The Hours / The Good, the Bad & the Queen / Scott Matthews / Eric Bibb / Mr. Hudson & the Library 00/00/0000 Tony Bennett / Scissor Sisters / The Hours / The Good, the Bad & the Queen / Scott Matthews / Eric Bibb / Mr. Hudson & the Library
S29E01 Arctic Monkeys, Bryan Ferry, The Hold Steady, Henri Salvador, Tinariwen, Tony Visconti and CSS (Cansei de Ser Sexy) 04/05/2007
S29E02 Travis, Dizzee Rascal, Beverley Knight, Grinderman, Joanna Newsom, Candie Payne and Julien Temple 11/05/2007
S29E03 Joe Cocker, Simply Red, Patti Smith, Kate Nash, Cold War Kids and The Cribs 18/05/2007
S29E04 Joan Armatrading, Bloc Party, Julie Fowlis, Alex James, LCD Soundsystem, Barbara Orbison, Richard Swift, Wilco and Olivia Harrison 25/05/2007
S29E05 Kaiser Chiefs, The White Stripes, Anjani, James Hunter, Pink Martini and Silversun Pickups 01/06/2007
S29E06 Paul McCartney, Bjork, Editors, Ben Westbeech, Adele, The Nightwatchman and Shy Child 08/06/2007
S30E01 Hard-Fi, Siouxsie Sioux, Richard Hawley, Laura Marling, Kaki King and Soil & 02/11/2007
S30E02 Crowded House, Roisin Murphy, Richard Thompson, Battles, Angie Stone, Kurt Elling and Michael Stipe (R.E.M.) (interview) 09/11/2007
S30E03 Stereophonics, PJ Harvey, Kenny Anderson, The El Gusto Orchestra Of Algiers, Foals, Estelle, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss (interview) and Don Henley (interview) 16/11/2007
S30E04 Manu Chao,James Blunt, Orchestra Baobab, Duffy, Dion & Kano with Damon Albarn 23/11/2007
S30E05 The Who, Common, Josh Ritter, Bela Fleck, Reverend & the Makers, Robert Wyatt, Stephanie Dosen and Larry Harlow's Latin Legends Of Fania 30/11/2007
S30E06 David Gray, The Coral, Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba, Rilo Kiley, Dame Cleo Laine & Sir John Dankworth, Jack Peñate and Charlie Gillett (interview) 07/12/2007
S30E07 KT Tunstall, Mutya Buena, Band of Horses, Martin Simpson, Beirut, Gabriella Cilmi, The Ting Tings and Ronnie Wood (interview) 14/12/2007
S30E08 Christmas Special - Paul McCartney, Dusty Springfield, The White Stripes, Solomon Burke, Norah Jones and Mary J. Blige 21/12/2007
S31E01 200th Episode: Radiohead, Cat Power, Feist, Mary J Blige, Dionne Warwick and Robyn Hitchcock 01/02/2008 Tonight the peerless Later . . . celebrates its 200th edition with a show that gleams with brilliant vocalists. Top of the bill are Radiohead, performing songs from their mesmerising album In Rainbows, which at the time of writing sits atop the US album charts. From Thom Yorke's dolorous tones to the breathy pop of Canadian singer/songwriter Feist, whose pretty 1234 found fame as the music on the iPod Nano advert. Then there's Chan Marshall - better known as Cat Power - whose smoky voice could match Sinéad O'Connor for sheer beauty. And if that's not enough, soul legend Dionne Warwick will showcase tracks from her new gospel album
S31E02 Morrissey, British Sea Power, Nate James, Ida Maria and Mayra Andrade 08/02/2008 Jools Holland presents a diverse mix of new musical talent and established artists. Morrissey sings tracks from his upcoming solo greatest hits collection. Brighton based Indie chart stars British Sea Power play songs from album Do You Like Rock Music including recent single Waving Flags. Also includes double MOBO winner Nate James, Stockholm's newest pop star Ida Maria and Cuban born Cape Verdean singer Mayra Andrade.
S31E03 Hot Chip, Sheryl Crow, Liza Minnelli, Sugarush Beat Company, Rahsaan Patterson, Ida Corr, The Imagined Village and Jacob Golden 15/02/2008 London-based five-piece Hot Chip return for their second visit to the studio to play tracks from new album Made in the Dark, while Sheryl Crow performs songs from her first record since 2005. Soul combo Sugarush Beat Company also appear and Liza Minnelli duets with Jools, before chatting about her forthcoming return to the London stage in May.
S31E04 We Are Scientists, Steve Earle, A?a, Martina Topley Bird, Duffy and MGMT 22/02/2008 Welsh singer Duffy performs songs from her debut album Rockferry, and Steve Earle showcases tracks from Washington Square Serenade, accompanied by his wife Allison Moorer. Indie-pop combo MGMT, US rockers We Are Scientists and singer Martina Topley-Bird also appear.
S31E05 Supergrass, Vampire Weekend, The Big Chris Barber Band, The Kills, Dianne Reeves and Devon Sproule 29/02/2008 Supergrass return to the studio to showcase songs from their forthcoming album Diamond Hoo Ha, while New York-based indie band Vampire Weekend play tracks from their eponymous debut. Singer-songwriter Devon Sproule and lo-fi rock duo the Kills will also be in the studio, and former Amen Corner vocalist Andy Fairweather Low teams up with influential British jazz trombonist Chris Barber and his 11-piece band. Plus, jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves chats and performs.
S31E06 The Debuts 00/00/0000 Compilation of debut performances on the show over the years, including the introductions of KT Tunstall, Adele, Arctic Monkeys, Norah Jones, the Verve and Macy Gray. Last in series. Last in the series.
S32E01 Adele, James Taylor, Estelle, The Only Ones, Black Kids, Neil Cowley Trio, Kano (rapper) 31/03/2008 Jools Holland presents old and new music. More songs, more chat, and performances from Adele, James Taylor, Gnarls Barkley, the Only Ones and Black Kids.
S32E02 Goldfrapp, Yeasayer, Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova (AKA The Swell Season), Natty, The Kooks, Dawn Kinnard and Ed Harcourt 08/04/2008 More songs, more chat, and performances from the Kooks, Goldfrapp, Yeasayer and Natty.
S32E03 Portishead, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Toumani Diabaté, The Last Shadow Puppets, Phil Campbell, Devotchka, Marshall Chess (interview), Eric Burdon & Lonnie Jordan (interview) 15/04/2008 More music and chat from the likes of Portishead, Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings, Toumani Diabate, The Last Shadow Puppets, Phil Campbell and Devotchka.
S32E04 The Charlatans, Was Not Was, Eartha Kitt, Brandi Carlile, The Pigeon Detectives, Lykke Li, Yamato - The Drummers of Japan 22/04/2008 More music and chat from the likes of The Charlatans, Was Not Was, Eartha Kitt, Brandi Carlile and The Pigeon Detectives.
S32E05 James, Melody Gardot, Gutter Twins, Mable John, Operator Please, Pentangle, Liam Finn 29/04/2008 Jools Holland presents old and new music live from BBC Television Centre. Featuring recently re-formed indie band James, US singer-songwriter Melody Gardot, rock band the Gutter Twins, legendary blues singer Mable John, Australian teenage sextet Operator Please and the original line-up of British folk-rockers Pentangle.
S32E06 Robert Plant & Alison Krauss with T-Bone Burnett, Spiritualized, Emmylou Harris with Buddy Miller, Santogold, The Fratellis, Chris Difford 06/05/2008
S32E07 Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The Raconteurs, Sharleen Spiteri, Bon Iver, Glasvegas, Chatham County Line, Mary Wilson, Mick Hucknall 13/05/2008
S32E08 Paul Weller, Jimmy Cliff, Martha Wainwright, White Lies, Yoav, Trick 20/05/2008
S33E01 Metallica, Carla Bruni, Kings of Leon, Nicole Atkins 16/09/2008 Godfathers of rock Metallica visit the studio for the first time in 12 years with tracks from their new album Death Magnetic. Also in the studio are Tennessee foursome Kings of Leon, who showcase tracks from their upcoming fourth album Only By The Night. And making her UK TV debut, Italian born, French-bred singer-songwriter and now First Lady of France, Carla Bruni performs a song or two from her recently released third album, Comme Si De Rien N'était. If that isn't enough, popstar in the making VV Brown makes an appearance, and New Jersey-born Nicole Atkins makes her British television debut.
S33E02 Elbow, David Gilmour, Natalie Cole, Katy Perry, Roots Manuva, Imelda May, Hayes Carll 23/09/2008 Elbow , David Gilmour , Natalie Cole , Katy Perry , Roots Manuva , Imelda May , Hayes Carll
S33E03 Kaiser Chiefs, The Streets, Seasick Steve, TV on the Radio, Little Jackie, Boy George 03/10/2008 Kaiser Chiefs , The Streets , Seasick Steve , TV on the Radio , Little Jackie , Boy George
S33E04 Coldplay, The Hold Steady, Sia, Glen Campbell, Amy LaVere, John Mellencamp, Cage the Elephant 10/10/2008 Coldplay , The Hold Steady , Sia , Glen Campbell , Amy LaVere , John Mellencamp , Cage the Elephant
S33E05 Tom Jones, Snow Patrol, Eliza Carthy, Friendly Fires, Camille O'Sullivan, Stephen Stills 17/10/2008 Tom Jones , Snow Patrol , Eliza Carthy , Friendly Fires , Camille O'Sullivan , Stephen Stills
S33E06 Bloc Party, Jakob Dylan, Amadou & Mariam, Allen Toussaint, Keane 24/10/2008 Bloc Party , Jakob Dylan , Amadou & Mariam , Allen Toussaint , Keane
S33E07 Grace Jones, My Morning Jacket, Seu Jorge, Razorlight, Geraint Watkins, Akon 31/10/2008 Grace Jones , My Morning Jacket , Seu Jorge , Razorlight , Geraint Watkins , Akon
S33E08 Fleet Foxes, Al Green, The Killers, Little Boots, Monkey Journey to the West, Pendulum 07/11/2008 Fleet Foxes , Al Green , The Killers , Little Boots , Monkey: Journey to the West , Pendulum
S33E09 Stereophonics, Eli Paperboy Reed, Dengue Fever, Carolina Chocolate Drops 14/11/2008 Stereophonics , Eli Paperboy Reed , Dengue Fever , Carolina Chocolate Drops
S34E01 Franz Ferdinand, Specials, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mummers, Carole King, Karima Francis 00/00/0000 Joining Jools for the music show are Glasgow's favourite art school rockers Franz Ferdinand, with songs from their most recent album Tonight. British ska legends The Specials, who recently announced they are reforming to celebrate their 30th anniversary, perform a selection of their classic songs. American singer-songwriter Carole King makes her first UK TV performance since 1971, performing tracks from her seminal album Tapestry. New York rockers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, return to Later. It's the TV debut for The Mummers, Raissa Khan-Panni and Mark Horwood. 21-year-old singer-songwriter from Blackpool Karima Francis also appears on this week's show. TRACKLISTING 1 Franz Ferdinand — Ulysses 2 The Specials — Gangsters 3 Yeah Yeah Yeahs — Zero 4 The Mummers — Wonderland 5 Carole King — So Far Away 6 The Specials — Man At C&A 7 Franz Ferdinand — No You Girls 8 Karima Francis — Francis 9 Yeah Yeah Yeahs — Heads Will Roll 10 Carole King — Natural Woman 11 The Mummers — March Of The Dawn 12 Franz Ferdinand — Turn It On 13 The Specials — Little Bitch
S34E02 Doves, Noisettes, Marianne Faithful, Rokia Traoré, Madeleine Payroux, Joe Bonamassa 00/00/0000 Joining Jools are Manchester three-piece Doves, who make a welcome return to the show with tunes from their new album, Kingdom of Rust. Marianne Faithfull is in the studio to perform numbers from her acclaimed new album, Easy Come, Easy Go, which sees her covering songs by the likes of Jarvis and Morrissey. Currently high in the charts with indie pop anthem Don't Upset the Rhythm, London-based trio Noisettes, lead by Shingai Shoniwa, perform their hit and other songs from their forthcoming album, Wild Young Hearts. Malian singer-songwriter Rokia Traoré is also in the studio to perform tunes from her recent album, Tchamantche. American-born and French-bred singer Madeleine Peyroux, who came to public attention with her album Careless Love, performs a track from her new album, Bare Bones. Plus Jools chats with hip hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash, who has only just released his first solo album. TRACKLISTING 1 Franz Ferdinand — Ulysses 2 The Specials — Gangsters 3 Yeah Yeah Yeahs — Zero 4 The Mummers — Wonderland 5 Carole King — So Far Away 6 The Specials — Man At C&A 7 Franz Ferdinand — No You Girls 8 Karima Francis — Francis 9 Yeah Yeah Yeahs — Heads Will Roll 10 Carole King — Natural Woman 11 The Mummers — March Of The Dawn 12 Franz Ferdinand — Turn It On 13 The Specials — Little Bitch
S34E03 Madness, Bat For Lashes, Oumou Sangere, Yusuf Islam, Hockey, William Elliot Whitmore 00/00/0000 Madness are in the studio to perform tracks from their album The Liberty Of Norton Folgate, as well as revisit a couple of classics. Bat For Lashes, effectively the multi-talented Natasha Khan, performs songs from Two Suns, the follow-up to her Mercury-nominated Fur and Gold set. Malian superstar and businesswoman Oumou Sangare performs tracks from her album Seya. Yusuf Islam (a.k.a. Cat Stevens), who returned to recording music in 2006 when he released An Other Cup, plays an acoustic number. Making their television debut is the Portland, Oregon four-piece Hockey, who describe their songs as "new wave/soul". Concluding the line-up is William Elliot Whitmore, a deep blues vocalist and guitar/banjo player from Lee County, Iowa.
S34E04 Depeche Mode, Lily Allen, Sonic Youth, Raphael Saadiq, Taj Mahal, Priscilla Ahn 00/00/0000 Joining Jools for the fourth show of the series are Depeche Mode. Now approaching 30 years in the music business, the band make their debut performance on the show performing songs from their album Sounds Of The Universe, as well as a couple of classics. Another Later... debutante, Lily Allen, marks her first appearance in the legendary studio with selections from her chart-topping second album It's Not Me It's You. By contrast, Sonic Youth make a long awaited return to the studio - their first UK television appearance since appearing in series one back in 1992 - to showcase tracks from their new album The Eternal. Raphael Saadiq, whose career includes turns in Tony! Toni! Tone! and Lucy Pearl, will be playing tracks from his newly released fourth album The Way I See It, and blues colossus Taj Mahal will also be in the studio.
S34E05 Manic Street Preachers, Paolo Nutini, Booker T, Taylor Swift, Grizzly Bear, Geoffrey 'Gurrumul' Yunupingu 00/00/0000 Joining Jools for the fifth show of this series are Welsh rockers Manic Street Preachers, with songs from their upcoming album Journal For Plague Lovers, which features lyrics left behind by former guitarist Richey Edwards across all 13 new tracks. Paolo Nutini, who made his debut on the show in 2006, performs tracks from his forthcoming album Sunny Side Up. Memphis soul keyboardist and co-founder of the legendary Stax Sound Booker T performs his classic 'Green Onions' plus a number from his new album Potato Hole. From Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, Taylor Swift, who in 2008 beat Coldplay to have the biggest-selling album in the States with Fearless, and looks set to repeat that success in the UK. Much beloved of Radiohead, Brooklyn-based foursome Grizzly Bear make their UK television debut with songs from their new album Veckatimest. Indigenous Aboriginal musician Geoffrey 'Gurrumul' Yunupingu, a blind multi-instrumentalist whose album Gurrumul unexpectedly topped the Australian album charts last year, makes his UK TV debut too.
S34E06 New York Dolls, Morrissey, Little Boots, Annie Lennox, Lisa Hannigan, Asher Roth 00/00/0000 Joining Jools are the legendary, punk-inventing New York Dolls, who have had a new lease of life since reforming in 2004 for longtime fan Morrissey's Meltdown. They play tracks from their new album, Cause I Sez So, along with a classic or two. Also on the show is Morrissey, with tracks from his recent album, Years of Refusal. Winner of the BBC's Sound of 2009 poll, Blackpool's Little Boots, returns to the show with her band after a solo debut last year, to perform tracks from her forthcoming debut album. Playing solo at the piano is one of the queens of British pop, Annie Lennox. Irish singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lisa Hannigan, who is perhaps best known for her work with Damien Rice, makes her solo Later debut with songs from her album, Sea Sew. From Pennsylvania, Asher Roth makes his UK TV debut with tracks from his album, Asleep in the Bread Aisle.
S34E07 Kasabian, The Pretenders, Baaba Maal, Paul Jones, Regina Spektor, Golden Silvers 00/00/0000 Joining Jools are Kasabian, who are supporting Oasis on their 2009 tour and whose third album, West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum, is imminent. Chrissie Hynde's The Pretenders return with a couple of numbers from their new album, Break Up the Concrete, and Senegalese legend Baaba Maal is also in the studio to play tracks from his latest record, Television. Former Manfred Mann vocalist and now broadcaster and blues musician Paul Jones plays a song from his album, Starting All Over Again, and Moscow-born, New York-bred Regina Spektor presents an acoustic tune from her new LP, Far. From North London, Golden Silvers make their first Later appearance with tracks from their debut, True Romance. Chicago's Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, a nine-piece outfit, eight of whom are sons of jazz trumpeter Phil Cohran, also appear. They've played with Mos Def, Erykah Badu and Maxwell, and are supporting Blur in Hyde Park in summer 2009.
S35E01 Muse, Florence And The Machine, Gossip, Lyle Lovett, Alela Diane, Jimmy Cobb, Stewart Copeland 15/09/2009 The first show in this series features Devon's stadium rock lords Muse, who are performing tracks from their brand new fifth album The Resistance; Mercury-nominated pop powerhouse Florence and the Machine; Texan legend and Grammy winner Lyle Lovett with a number or two from his upcoming album Natural Forces, the follow-up to 2007's It's Not Big It's Large; also Jimmy Cobb's A Kind of Blue at 50 - Jimmy drummed on Miles Davis' landmark album A Kind Of Blue and is the last surviving musician from the original line-up; also on the show Beth Ditto's Gossip with a couple of tracks from their recent album Music For Men, and Nevada singer-songwriter Alela Diane, who has toured with The Decemberists, Vashti Bunyan and Iron and Wine, is making her Later debut with tracks from her To Be Still album.
S35E02 Dizzee Rascal, Editors, Gang of Four, Beverley Knight, Charlie Watts, Krystle Warren 22/09/2009 Joining Jools for the second show of this series is East London's king of pop Dizzee Rascal, who has grown from one-time Mercury winner to chart-topping national treasure-in-waiting. Editors make a welcome return to the studio to play tracks from their new third album In This Light And On This Evening. Leeds' Gang Of Four, who were widely considered one of the leading bands of the late 70s/early 80s post punk-movement, still with original singer Jon King and guitarist Andy Gill, play tracks from their 1979 debut album Entertainment!, ranked as one of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time. The UK's queen of soul and R&B Beverley Knight is also on the show with numbers from her new album 100%. Also in the studio is Rolling Stone drummer Charlie Watts, who is sharing his love and knowledge of the ancient art of boogie woogie by accompanying pianists extraordinaire Ben Waters and Axel Zwingenberger, plus American bohemian singer-songwriter Krystle Warren, originally from Kansas City, now based in Paris, with songs from her debut album Circles, which introduces a strikingly original, intimate voice.
S35E03 Mika, Gladys Knight, The Cribs, Shakira, The XX, The Duke and the King 00/00/0000
S35E04 Biffy Clyro, Andy Williams, Calvin Harris, Echo and the Bunnymen, Spaghetti Western Orchestra, Diana Jones 00/00/0000 Jools is joined by Scottish trio Biffy Clyro ahead of the release of their album Only Revolutions. 81 years old and still going strong, with a career spanning five decades, the legendary king of Easy Listening Andy Williams is in the studio. Dance floor icon Calvin Harris performs music from his album Ready for the Weekend. Celebrating their 30th year as one of Britain's best bands, Echo and the Bunnymen are in the studio to play songs from their album The Fountain, including single I Need It Too. The acclaimed Spaghetti Western Orchestra plays unique interpretations of Ennio Morricone's classic western soundtracks. Singer-songwriter Diana Jones completes the line-up with a number from her album Better Times Will Come.
S35E05 Seasick Steve, Wolfmother, Magazine, Jimmy Ruffin, Paloma Faith, Devendra Banhart 00/00/0000 US bluesman Seasick Steve, now based in Norfolk, returns with his unique take on life and guitar playing, and a couple of tunes from his new album Man From Another Time. Australia's guitar monsters Wolfmother, who undoubtedly take inspiration from the psychedelic groups of the 1960s along with the rock gods of the 70s, such as Black Sabbath and AC/DC. Howard Devoto's reformed band Magazine also perform songs on the show, including their 1978 classic debut single Shot By Both Sides. From Colinsville, Mississippi, soul singer Jimmy Ruffin, who had a worldwide hit in 1966 with What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted. Earning her experience on the cabaret circuit, London born Paloma Faith is a retro soul singer who also trained as a contemporary dancer at St Martin's College. She makes her debut on Later playing songs from her new album Do You Want the Truth or Something. Lo-fi folk artist Devendra Banhart returns to Later on the eve of his latest release What Will Be, his first foray into major label territory.
S35E06 Basement Jaxx, Yoko Ono, Jack White 00/00/0000
S35E07 Stereophonics, Maxwell, Diana Krall, Wild Beasts, The Unthanks 00/00/0000
S35E08 Jay-Z, Foo Fighters, Norah Jones, Sting, Stornoway 00/00/0000
S35E09 Alice in Chains, Steve Martin, Martha Wainwright, Rickie Lee Jones, Joss Stone, Delphic, Black Joe Lewis 00/00/0000
S35E10 David Gray & Annie Lennox, The Decemberists, Corinne Bailey Rae, The Big Pink, Rox 00/00/0000
S36E01 Paul Weller, Hot Chip, Gogol Bordello, Marina & The Diamonds, Villagers, Polar Bear, Paul Rodgers 00/00/0000 Jools's guests include Paul Weller, who makes a welcome return after scooping a number of lifetime achievement awards in the last few years. He performs tracks from his tenth solo album 'Wake Up The Nation', the follow-up to his highly acclaimed '22 Dreams', which is debuted live on the show. South London's Hot Chip return to the studio to showcase tracks from their recently released fourth album 'One Life Stand'; the hotly tipped Marina Lambrini Diamandis aka Marina and the Diamonds make their, or rather her, Later debut performing songs from her 'Family Jewels' debut. Gogol Bordello are on hand to play a number or two from their brand new 'Trans Continental Hustle' release. In the traditional Later spirit of introducing brand new talent, from Malahide near Dublin, Villagers are the first act from Ireland to have signed to the influential label Domino Records and perform a couple of numbers from their upcoming debut album. Plus, Free/Bad Company, Polar Bear and latterly Queen legend Paul Rodgers pops in for a chat about his incredible career.
S36E02 Kate Nash, Band of Horses, Jerry Dammers' Spatial A.K.A. Orchestra, Plan B, Melody Gardot, Jack Bruce 00/00/0000 Kate Nash joins Jools and performs tracks from her second album My Best Friend Is You. Seattle-based Band of Horses showcase numbers from their new album Infinite Arms. Plan B performs songs from his new album The Defamation of Strickland Banks. There are also performances from Jerry Dammers and his Spatial AKA Orchestra, and Pennsylvania's Melody Gardot. Plus Jools chats with Cream's Jack Bruce.
S36E03 Gorillaz, Drive-By Truckers, Laura Marling, Diane Birch, Bobby McFerrin, Mos Def 00/00/0000 Joining Jools for the third show of this series are Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's multimillion-selling creation Gorillaz, who are making their live debut on the show playing tunes from their latest acclaimed album Plastic Beach, with a host of special guests. Laura Marling, who at 20 has already seen herself compared to Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell, is playing songs off her remarkable new album I Speak Because I Can. From Athens, Georgia, comes the band Drive-By Truckers, who have southern soul quite literally in their blood. The six-piece are performing a tune or two from their new album The Big To Do. The multi-talented Mos Def is also in the studio, to play a number from his incredible The Ecstatic album as well as possibly joining in with one of the other acts. Making her UK TV debut is Michigan-born Diane Birch, who has been causing a stir in the US with her album Bible Belt over the last few months. And jazz legend Bobby McFerrin performs a number from his new VOCAbuLarieS album.
S36E04 Mumford & Sons, Joanna Newsom, Hole, Iggy Pop, Ozzy Osbourne, Angelique Kidjo, Lissie, Ian Hunter 00/00/0000 Joining Jools are London-based Mumford & Sons, who have been gradually accumulating fans and selling lots of copies of their debut album Sigh No More, from which they perform a few numbers. Harpist Joanna Newsom returns to the studio to play a couple of songs from her recent acclaimed Have One On Me triple album; and Courtney Love and Hole make a welcome return to the studio for the first time since 1998 to perform tracks from their new album Nobody's Daughter. Iggy Pop pops in to discuss the reissue of his incendiary classic album Raw Power, and Ozzy Osbourne is on hand to chat about his career. Ian Hunter and the Rant Band & Lissie will be appearing on the show also. Finally, from Benin, West Africa, Angelique Kidjo performs numbers from her new album Oyo, which pays tribute to the music that inspired Angelique's childhood, such as classic songs by Curtis Mayfield and James Brown.
S36E05 LCD Soundsystem, Crowded House, Kelis, The National, Tracey Thorn 00/00/0000 Joining Jools are James Murphy's LCD Soundsystem performing tracks from their third album This Is Happening; Crowded House, led by original member Neil Finn, with tracks from their new album Intriguer; Kelis, performing tracks from her new Fleshtone album; and Brooklyn-based five-piece The National, with music from their new High Violet long player. Plus Tracey Thorn, half of British duo Everything But The Girl, performs a number from her album Love and Its Opposite.
S36E06 Alicia Keys, Yeasayer, White Rabbits, Jeff Beck, Creole Choir of Cuba 00/00/0000 Joining Jools are Alicia Keys, performing tracks from her chart-topping album The Element of Freedom; Brooklyn-based Yeasayer, with tunes from their Oddbod album; White Rabbits, another Brooklyn band, who make their TV debut on the show; and guitar legend Jeff Beck, who is in the room to play a number from Emotion and Commotion, his highest-charting solo album in a career spanning more than four decades. Plus the Creole Choir of Cuba is on hand to perform in the studio.
S36E07 Vampire Weekend, Corinne Bailey Rae, MGMT, Crystal Castles, Sir Tom Jones, Metric 00/00/0000 Joining Jools for the final show of the series are New York-based Vampire Weekend, whose second album Contra saw them top the US charts earlier this year; Leeds-born singer-songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae, with tracks from her second album The Sea; MGMT, whose new album Congratulations sees the duo explore a more psychedelic side to their sound, working with the likes of Sonic Boom; and Canadian duo Crystal Castles who are in the studio to perform a song or two from their acclaimed self-titled second album. Plus the legendary Sir Tom Jones makes an appearance on the show ahead of his 70th birthday, and, from Toronto, four piece indie rock band Metric make their UK TV debut.
S37E01 Manic Street Preachers, Klaxons, Herb Alpert, Mark Ronson, Queen Emily 00/00/0000 Joining Jools are the Manic Street Preachers - no strangers to the show - to perform tracks from their new album Postcards from a Young Man, accompanied by a special guest performer. London-based Klaxons perform songs from their new album Surfing the Void, and the legendary Herb Alpert is in the studio to discuss his career. Producer/man about town Mark Ronson and his band the Business International play a couple of tunes from his upcoming Record Collection set, joined by a couple of special guest vocalists. Also in the studio, Queen Emily, who knew she would be a singer from the age of six, and at the age of 40 achieved a top-five place on America's Got Talent and subsequently a record deal with Tommy Couch's soul label Malaco.
S37E02 Scissor Sisters, Brandon Flowers, Sandie Shaw, Grinderman, The Jolly Boys, Rumer 00/00/0000 Joining Jools on the second show of the series will be Scissor Sisters, who will be performing tracks from their current album Night Work. Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey and Jim Sclavunos aka Grinderman will be showcasing tracks from Grinderman 2. Rumer, a wonderful new British singer-songwriter whose music takes inspiration from Burt Bacharach and The Carpenters but adds her own distinctive lyrical honesty and intimate vocal stylings with songs from her forthcoming solo album, 'Seasons of my Soul'. The Jolly Boys, veteran legends of Jamaican mento and ska with a cheeky cover from their Wall of Sound album, Great Expectation. Brandon Flowers, stepping out of The Killers to make his UK debut as a solo artist and from Denver, John Grant will be playing a couple of numbers from his highly acclaimed Queen Of Denmark debut. Set: Scissor Sisters - Any Which Way Brandon Flowers - Crossfire Rumer - Slow Sandie Shaw - Interview Grinderman - Worm Tamer The Jolly Boys - Rehab Scissor Sisters - Fire with Fire
S37E03 Jamiroquai, KT Tunstall ,Delta Spirit, Everything Everything, Ray LaMontagne and The Prairie Dogs 00/00/0000 Joining Jools on the third show of the series are Jamiroquai, who perform tracks from their new Rock Dust Light Star album. KT Tunstall, who showcases numbers from her brand new Tiger Suit set. San Diego's Delta Spirit, making their Later debut with tracks from their recent History From Below album. Manchester's Everything Everything, with tunes from their Man Alive debut. Plus Ray LaMontagne and The Prairie Dogs play a song or two from their recent collaboration.
S37E04 Steve Miller Band, Janelle Monae, Cee-Lo Green, The Jim Jones Review, C. W. Stoneking, Cheikh Lô 00/00/0000 Joining Jools on the fourth show of the series are San Franciscan rock legends Steve Miller Band, performing a couple of tracks from their latest blues-flavoured album Bingo! Hotly-tipped R'n'B queen Janelle Monae makes her UK TV debut with songs from her highly acclaimed The Archandroid. And nu-soul troubadour Cee-Lo Green, who last appeared on the show in 2006 as part of Gnarls Barkley, performs numbers from his upcoming The Lady Killer set. To round out tonight's show The Jim Jones Review, C. W. Stoneking and Cheikh Lô also perform. Set List: Cee-Lo Green - Forget You The Steve Miller Band - Hey Yeah Janelle Monáe - Tightrope Duane Eddy - Interview The Jim Jones Review - Dishonest John C. W. Stoneking - Jungle Blues The Steve Miller Band - Don't Cha Know Janelle Monáe - Faster Cee-Lo Green - Interview Cheikh Lô - Sankara Cee-Lo Green - Old Fashioned Steve Miller - Interview The Jim Jones Review - High Horse C. W. Stoneking - Jungle Lullaby The Steve Miller Band - Abracadabra
S37E05 The Ting Tings, Cyndi Lauper, Imelda May, John Legend, Ray Davies with Mumford & Sons, Chapel Club, Antony and The Johnsons 00/00/0000 Joining Jools on the fifth show of the series will be: The Ting Tings, who return to the show to perform tracks from their brand new second album; and Cyndi Lauper, who will be in the studio to perform a song or two from her new blues album Memphis Blues. Ray Davies appears with Mumford & Sons for a special number. John Legend, who has just released a collaborative album with The Roots entitled Wake Up, will be playing a couple of tracks with his own band. Imelda May performs numbers from her new album Mayhem, and Antony and The Johnsons return to the show to perform tracks from their new album Swanlights.
S37E06 Duffy, Heaven 17, The Gaslight Anthem, Herbie Hancock, Peter Asher 22/10/2010 Joining Jools is Duffy, as the Welsh songstress returning with her second album Endlessly, the follow-up to her multi-million selling debut album in a career launched on the programme three years ago. Sheffield's finest, Heaven 17, are back in the saddle again for their 30th anniversary UK tour to celebrate their groundbreaking album, Penthouse and Pavement, with its synthpop-funk take on the first years of Thatcherism, featuring hits such as Temptation. New Jersey rock 'n' rollers the Gaslight Anthem present songs from their second album, American Slang, updating the blue-collar rock that makes Bruce Springsteen a firm fan. Jazz legend Herbie Hancock chats about his latest multi-artist album, the Imagine Project, plus there's chat with Peter Asher, former pop star, A&R supremo and producer, about the early days of Apple.
S37E07 Sir Paul McCartney, Neil Diamond, Aloe Blacc, Elvis Costello, The Black Keys 26/10/2010 Joining Jools on the seventh show of this series is Sir Paul McCartney, who performs and celebrates the reissue of the classic Wings album Band On The Run. Legendary US singer-songwriter Neil Diamond performs numbers from his upcoming album Dreams, in which he covers classics of the 60s and 70s, including his own I'm A Believer. LA-based rapper/singer Aloe Blacc is making his TV debut with a tune or two from his Good Things album. Also, Elvis Costello returns to the Later studio to play songs from his brand new National Ransom release. And from Akron, Ohio, The Black Keys play a couple of numbers from their latest Brothers album.
S37E08 Kings of Leon, Eric Clapton, MIA, The Vaccines, Bellowhead 00/00/0000 Kings of Leon join Jools in the studio for the eighth live show of this series. They perform tunes from their album Come Around Sundown, the follow-up to their multi-platinum award winning breakthrough Only by the Night. Eric Clapton plays tracks from his album Clapton, which sees him paying tribute to the songs that inspired him early in his career. MIA also joins Jools, with a couple of songs from her recent long player. UK band the Vaccines perform, with their blend of Beach-Boys-meets-the-Ramones pop tunes. There's also English folk band Bellowhead, the eleven-piece band bought together by John Spiers and Jon Boden. Set List: Kings Of Leon - Radioactive Eric Clapton - Travelin' Alone M.I.A. - It Takes A Muscle Bellowhead - New York Girls Eric Clapton - Interview The Vaccines - If You Wanna Eric Clapton - Rocking Chair Kings of Leon - Pyro Adele - Interview Jonathan Jeremiah - How Half-heartedly We Behave Bellowhead - Cold Blows The Wind Kings of Leon - Interview The Vaccines - Blow It Up Eric Clapton - Crossroads M.I.A. - Born Free Kings of Leon - Back Down South
S37E09 Bryan Ferry, Tinie Tempah, Midlake, Jesse J, Two Door Cinema Club 00/00/0000 Bryan Ferry joins Jools in the studio for the ninth live show of this series. After a summer of touring with Roxy Music, he will be performing tracks from Olympia, his brand new solo album. Fresh from winning two Mobo's comes the unstoppable South London rapper, Tinie Tempah. Midlake, who first came to attention with their acclaimed The Trials of Van Occupanther album in 2006, make their UK TV debut with songs from 2010's The Courage of Others set. Alternative Electropop, Two Door Cinema Club form the Northern Irish trio with debut album 'Tourist History'. Plus, London newcomer and potential 2011 popstar Jessie J makes her TV debut.
S37E10 Robert Plant, Arcade Fire, Mavis Staples, Mona, Adele 00/00/0000 Joining Jools in the studio for the tenth and final live show of this series is the legendary Robert Plant, who performs tracks from his recent Band Of Joy album. Arcade Fire are also in the studio with a couple of tunes from their chart-topping The Suburbs set. Soul and gospel legend Mavis Staples showcases tracks from her Jeff Tweedy-produced album You Are Not Alone. From Nashville Tennessee and making their TV debut are Mona, who describe their high-octane rock and roll as the sound of chainsaws dancing, and Adele will be making a welcome return to the studio to preview a track from her second album due in early 2011.
S38E01 Elbow, Beady Eye, Anna Calvi, Raphael Saadiq, Kristian Matsson 08/04/2011 Beady Eye - Bring The Light Elbow - Neat Little Rows Raphael Saadiq - Radio Guy Garvey - Interview Anna Calvi - Desire The Tallest Man On Earth - King Of Spain Beady Eye - Millionaire Raphael Saadiq - Interview Elbow - Lippy Kids Anna Calvi - Blackout The McCoy Tyner Trio - Suddenly Killing Bono Cast - Interview Raphael Saadiq - Stone Rollin' Beady Eye - The Roller Elbow - Open Arms
S38E02 Cee Lo Green, Glasvegas, Josh T. Pearson, Robbie Robertson, Seun Kuti with Egypt 80 15/04/2011 Cee Lo Green - Bright Lights Bigger City Glasvegas - Euphoria, Take My Hand Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 - You Cannot Run Robbie Robertson - He Don't Live Here No More Gregory Porter - Illusion Cee Lo Green - Wildflower Bootsy Collins - Interview Josh T. Pearson - Sweetheart I Ain't Your Christ Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 - Rise Robbie Robertson - Interview Glasvegas - Shine Like Stars Robbie Robertson - The Right Mistake Cee Lo Green - Satisfied
S38E03 k.d. lang, Fleet Foxes, Hugh Laurie, Vintage Trouble, Maverick Sabre 22/04/2011 Music show. Jools is joined by Seattle's Fleet Foxes, who play tracks from their second album Helplessness Blues. k d lang is in the studio to perform tunes from her new collection Sing It Loud. Taking a break from acting to pursue a singing career with his blues album Let Them Talk - which features guests such as Dr John and Tom Jones - is Hugh Laurie, and from LA, performing their brand of livewired, straight-shootin', dirty-mouth'd pelvis-pushin' juke music, the band Vintage Trouble. Making his television debut is east London's Maverick Sabre, performing pop tunes in a hip-hop and reggae style. Completing the line-up is Brighton's Derek Meins, aka The Agitator, taking the protest song into the 21st century with a mix of political words and energetic drumming.
S38E04 PJ Harvey, Lykke Li, The Unthanks, Avery Sunshine, Ed Sheeran, Ron Sexsmith 29/04/2011 Jools is joined by Dorset's own PJ Harvey, who performs songs from her eighth studio album Let England Shake. This, her 'folk-influenced album about the horrors of war', has been widely acclaimed as one of her best. Also in the studio, from Northumberland, is the folk group The Unthanks. Rachel and Becky Unthank and their troupe perform a couple of songs from their upcoming album. Swedish singer Lykke Li returns to the show with songs from her second album, Wounded Rhymes.
S38E05 Adele, R Kelly, Metronomy, James Blake, Young the Giant, Mariza 06/05/2011 Joining Jools for the fifth show of this series is Adele, who since her TV debut on the show back in 2007 has gone on to becoming unstoppable with her achievements in the last few months. She is performing numbers from her record-breaking 21 album. R Kelly makes a long-awaited debut on the show to perform tracks from his recent Love Letter album, which sees him pay homage to his influences such as Marvin Gaye and Sam Cooke. Californian five-piece Young the Giant make their fist TV appearance playing tracks from their self-titled debut.
S38E06 Arctic Monkeys, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Gappy Ranks, Warpaint, Brian Wilson, Randy Newman 13/05/2011
S38E07 The Strokes, Staff Benda Bilili, Wild Beasts, Seasick Steve, The Burns Unit, Charlie Haden Quartet West 00/00/0000 Joining Jools for the seventh show of this series are The Strokes, who make a long-awaited return to the show to play tracks from their latest album Angles, and Staff Benda Bilili, based around a core of disabled musicians who used to rehearse in a zoo, and who have recently been the subject of a film - Benda Bilili! - which appeared at Cannes to critical acclaim. We also hear from The Burns Unit, an eight-piece Scottish-Canadian collective whose members include award-winning folk singer Karine Polwart, alt-folk royalty King Creosote and indie queen Emma Pollock; Seasick Steve, performing songs from his latest album You Can't Teach an Old Dog New Tricks, forming a hobo power trio alongside drummer Dan Magnusson and bassist John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin and Them Crooked Vultures fame; and Charlie Haden Quartet West, in which the legendary double bassist teams up with wife Ruth Cameron to perform music from his Sophisticated Ladies album.
S38E08 Friendly Fires, Yuck, Blondie, Nathaniel Rateliff, Beverley Knight, James Vincent McMorrow 00/00/0000 Joining Jools for the eighth and final show of this series are St Albans trio Friendly Fires, who return to the studio to perform tunes from their new album Pala, the follow-up to their Mercury nominated debut. Soul sista Beverley Knight will also be on hand with music from her brand new album Soul UK which celebrates the British soul tunes she grew up with. From Dublin, James Vincent McMorrow will be making his UK TV debut, and coming in for a chat about their new album will be pop icons Blondie. Also on the show London four-piece Yuck who channel the 90s sound of Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jnr but in a 21st century way, and a new young singer-songwriter from Denver Nathaniel Rateliff with a track from his debut album 'In Memory of Loss'.
S39E01 Snow Patrol, Emeli Sande, The Duke Spirit, Trombone Shorty, Roy Harper 23/09/2011 Jools Holland has a typically broad mix of quality artists including Snow Patrol, Emeli Sande, The Duke Spirit, Trombone Shorty, Roy Harper and Little Dragon. Snow Patrol perform songs from their sixth studio album Fallen Empires. Aberdonian-raised singer-songwriter Emeli Sande makes her terrestrial TV debut performing an acoustic version of her smash debut single Heaven. Cheltenham-formed modern rock band The Duke Spirit, fronted by the indomitable Liela Moss, perform songs from their third album Bruiser. Young New Orleans trombonist Trombone Shorty and his funky band Orleans Avenue storm the studio. With tunes from the Treme-raised frontman's latest album For True, the iconoclastic singer-songwriter Roy Harper finally returns to the BBC in his 70th anniversary year with a classic song or two from his new archival collection Songs of Love and Loss. And from Gothenburg, Sweden, Little Dragon make their show debut with songs from their acclaimed electro-tinged third album Ritual Union.
S39E02 Wilko Johnson, Kasabian, Wretch 32, Pajama Club, Fatoumata Diawara, James Morrison 30/09/2011 Joining Jools in the studio this week are Leicester's stadium rockers Kasabian with tracks from their fourth album Velociraptor!, and North London's rapper and former Grime MC, and now star of the charts Wretch 32, with songs from his debut album Black and White, including recent No 1 single Don't Go. Also Crowded House's Neil Finn returns to the show with his 'supergroup' Pajama Club, which features his wife Sharon on bass along with Sean Donnolly and Alana Skyring completing the line-up, the songs on their self-titled debut album coming after late-night jamming sessions between Neil and Sharon. The show also features young Mali singer Fatoumata Diawara and Warwickshire's own bestselling and award-winning pop-soul singer/songwriter James Morrison. Canvey Island's guitarist and songwriter Wilko Johnson, particularly associated with the UK rhythm and blues outfit Dr Feelgood, performs classic tracks from their catalogue, joined by the likes of Norma Watt-Roy of the Blockheads and drummer Dylan Howe before they go out on a UK tour.
S39E03 Laura Marling, Tony Bennett, The Silver Seas, Little Roy, The Civil Wars, Miles Kane 07/10/2011
S39E04 Peter Gabriel, The Horrors, Ghostpoet, Lana Del Rey, Noah and the Whale, Steve Tilston 00/00/0000
S39E05 Feist, Bon Iver, Mastodon, Ben L'Oncle, Buddy Greco, Lianne La Havas 00/00/0000
S39E06 Coldplay, Camille, Professor Green, Ryan Adams, The Waterboys, The Phoenix Foundation, Nicky Wire 00/00/0000
S39E07 Florence + the Machine, Pete Townshend, My Morning Jacket, Brett Anderson, Bombino, Cold Specks 00/00/0000
S39E08 Lou Reed and Metallica, Steve Earle, Various Cruelties, Nile Rodgers, Aaron Neville, Keb' Mo', Hollie Cook, The Soul Rebels Brass Band 00/00/0000
S39E09 PJ Harvey, The Vaccines, Janelle Monae, Ed Sheeran, Lana Del Rey, Jessie J, John Grant, Aloe Blaac 23/11/2011 Jools looks back at some of the performances and songs of 2011, including the likes of PJ Harvey, The Vaccines, Janelle Monae, Ed Sheeran, Lana Del Rey, Jessie J, John Grant and Aloe Blaac.
S39E10 Red Hot Chili Peppers, Björk, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Spector, Michael Kiwanuka, Gillian Welch 00/00/0000 Joining Jools on this last programme in the current series are: LA's own alternative rock/funk superstars Red Hot Chili Peppers with songs from their tenth studio album I'm With You and Iceland's biggest musical export Bjork with pieces from her newest album Biophilia. The album began as a true interactive experience and combined music with technological innovation and themes of science and nature, and was the first-ever 'app album'. It has also now surfaced as a traditional release. Also in the studio, from Burnage, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds with songs from his debut album, which made it to number one in the UK album chart. Making their TV debuts on the show are East London's answer to The Strokes, Spector, who perform a couple of their sparkly pop tunes, and also from London, Michael Kiwanuka, a 23-year-old son of Ugandan immigrants whose sound has been compared to Bill Withers and Van Morrison. Completing the series, from Nashville, singer songwriter Gillian Welch, joined by her musical partner and guitarist Dave Rawlings on a couple of songs from her album The Harrow and the Harvest.
S40E01 Paul Weller, The Maccabees, Céu, Paul Buchanan, Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves of Destiny, Willis Earl Beal 00/00/0000 Appearing on the show are Woking's most famous son, Paul Weller - performing tracks from his recent chart-topping Sonik Kicks album. From Newcastle, Beth Jeans Houghton and her Hooves Of Destiny are in the studio with numbers from their debut Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose. Brazilian sensation Céu brings mellow psychedelia from her Caravana Sereia Bloom set, and former The Blue Nile frontman, Paul Buchanan, performs a track from his upcoming solo album Mid-Air. Also in the studio are Brighton band The Maccabees with tracks from their critically acclaimed third album Given To The Wild, and making his TV debut with his brand of lo-fi pre-rock blues, is Canadian singer Willis Earl Beal, performing tracks from his Acousmatic Sorcery album. Completing the line-up is Mike Skinner, leader of British rap outfit The Streets, who chats to Jools about his recently published autobiography.
S40E02 Jack White, Norah Jones, Alabama Shakes, The Chieftains, Secret Sisters, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Grimes 00/00/0000 Joining Jools on show is Detroit's own contemporary bluesman Jack White, who returns to the studio having been before as one half of White Stripes and a member of both The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather. He performs tracks from his solo debut Blunderbuss. Norah Jones returns to the show to play selections from her new Danger Mouse produced album Little Broken Hearts. From Athens GA, come hotly tipped four-piece Alabama Shakes with a firin' blend of hard rock, blues and soul; this is their UK TV debut. Celebrating 50 years as a legendary Irish folk force, The Chieftains perform tracks from their Voice Of Ages album, joined by both Secret Sisters and Carolina Chocolate Drops, and the Drops also play one of their own tunes. Canadian artist and musician Grimes makes her UK television debut with songs from her acclaimed Visions album.
S40E03 St Vincent, Richard Hawley, Damon Albarn, Charles Bradley 00/00/0000 Joining Jools in the studio is St Vincent aka multi-instrumentalist Annie Erin Clark, playing numbers from her acclaimed Strange Mercy release. Sheffield son Richard Hawley returns to Later... with songs from his eighth album Standing At The Sky's Edge. Another frequent visitor to the show is Damon Albarn, and this time he is showcasing his Dr Dee folk opera project. Florida's screaming eagle of soul Charles Bradley is also in the room, with selections from his No Time For Dreaming debut. Also added to the bill is upcoming West London pop star Rita Ora, who has already started topping the charts with her smash with DJ Fresh, and for her own career finds herself under the wing of Jay Z and his Roc Nation label. Completing the line-up is Armenian pianist Tigran, who blends folk and classical themes in spellbinding style, performing from his self-titled debut solo piano album A Fable.
S40E04 Plan B, Tom Jones, Django Django, Ren Harvieu, Melody Gardot, Punch Brothers 00/00/0000 Joining Jools is Plan B, who returns to the studio to showcase tunes from his Ill Manors album and his directorial debut film. Making their TV debut on this show are eclectic London-based four-piece Django Django, with numbers from their acclaimed self-titled debut. Also new to the studio is Ren Harvieu, who has been described as Salford's answer to Patsy Cline. Melody Gardot returns to the show with titles from her brand new The Absence album. Taking a break from his current role as coach on The Voice, Tom Jones is back on the day job with tunes from his new album Spirit In The Room, which sees him take on songs by the likes of Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits and Odetta. US progressive bluegrass types Punch Brothers are also on hand with a track from their new Who's Feeling Young Now album.
S40E05 Dexys, Kevin Rowland, Hot Chip, Rumer, Ben Howard, June Tabor & Oysterband 00/00/0000 Joining Jools on the show are Dexys, back with their new album One Day I'm Going to Soar, their first in over 25 years. Kevin Rowland and co perform tunes from the album as well as one of their classics. South London's Hot Chip return to the show with tracks from their fifth album In Our Heads, and fresh from selling a million copies of her debut album is Rumer, who is returning to the music scene with her album Boys Don't Cry, a collection of covers by male singer-songwriters of the seventies. She performs P.F. Sloan from the album, with its writer Jimmy Webb. From Totnes in Devon, singer-songwriter Ben Howard makes his debut with tunes from his gold-selling debut Every Kingdom. Also in the studio are June Tabor and Oysterband, playing songs from their second folk-rock collaboration in twenty years, with a surprising interpretation of Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart and other songs from their Ragged Kingdom album.
S40E06 Jimmy Cliff, Esperanza Spalding, The Hives, Paloma Faith, Beach House, Jake Bugg 00/00/0000 Joining Jools on the final show of this series is Jamaican legend Jimmy Cliff, who returns with his first album in seven years, Re:Birth. He performs from the album along with one of his classic reggae tunes. Also in the studio is Esperanza Spalding, who sensationally won the Best New Artist award at the Grammys in 2011, making her the first jazz artist to win the award. She now makes her UK television debut with tracks from her acclaimed Radio Music Society album. Rockin' Swedish quintet The Hives are making a long-awaited return to the show, with numbers from their brand new Lex Hives set. East London songstress Paloma Faith performs a tune from her second album Fall to Grace at the piano, and dreamy pop synth duo Beach House, consisting of French-born Victoria Legrand and Baltimore native Alex Scally, make their television debut with songs from their acclaimed fourth album Bloom. Completing the line-up is Nottingham-born singer-songwriter Jake Bugg.
S40E07 Mark Knopfler 00/00/0000 Jools Holland introduces a one-off studio session from Dire Straits lead singer Mark Knopfler. Featuring songs from his debut solo album Golden Heart, plus Dire Straits hits like Sultans of Swing, Brothers in Arms and Romeo and Juliet. Guests include Irish musicians Donal Lunny, Mairtin O'Connor and Liam O'Flynn, Louisianna slide guitarist Sonny Landreth and Nashville steel guitarist Paul Franklin.
S41E01 Muse, The Beach Boys, Public Image Limited, The XX, Natalie Duncan 25/09/2012 Joining Jools on the first show of the series are Teignmouth's own global rock superstars Muse, who return to the show with anthems from their sixth studio album The 2nd Law. Currently celebrating their 50th anniversary, The Beach Boys including original members Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine, make their Later debut with songs from their That's Why God Made the Radio album, as well as a classic or two. Also in the studio and back with their first album in 20 years but also making their Later debut will be Public Image Limited led by the inimitable John Lydon. South Londoners The XX return with a couple of numbers from their second album Coexist - the follow-up to their Mercury-winning debut, and brand new talent in the shape of Nottingham's Natalie Duncan, who performs songs from her Devil In Me record which recall the troubled blues of the likes of Nina Simone.
S41E02 Mumford & Sons, Lisa Marie Presley, Neil Sedaka, Jeff Lynne, Bobby Womack, Savages, Rudimental 00/00/0000 Joining Jools are Mumford and Sons, returning to the show to play tracks from their newly released second album Babel - the follow-up to the million-selling Sigh No More. Lisa Marie Presley is also in the studio with tunes from her T-Bone Burnett-produced Storm and Grace set, which features songs co-written with Richard Hawley and Ed Harcourt. From New York, singer, songwriter and musician Neil Sedaka borrows Jools's piano to play a couple of tunes from his extraordinary catalogue of classics. Also in the studio, London-based female post-punk four-piece Savages make their UK TV debut. Soul legend Bobby Womack performs numbers from his acclaimed comeback album Bravest Man in the Universe, accompanied by collaborators Richard Russell and Damon Albarn. Completing the line-up are Hackney collective Rudimental and ELO frontman Jeff Lynne.
S41E03 The Vaccines, John Cale, Sharon Van Etten, Jessie Ware, Beth Hart 00/00/0000 Jools is joined by The Vaccines, who perform songs from their second and chart-topping album Come of Age. John Cale is also in the studio with a couple of numbers from his fifteenth solo studio album, Shifty Adventures in Nookie Wood. Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten makes her UK television debut with a tune or two from her acclaimed album Tramp, and from Brixton the soulful sound of Jessie Ware makes an appearance with tracks from her debut album Devotion. California blues-rock queen Beth Hart performs solo on piano with songs from her eighth studio album Boom Boom Bang Bang, the follow-up to last year's collaboration with guitarist Joe Bonamassa, Don't Explain.
S41E04 Madness, Diana Krall, Grizzly Bear, Willy Moon, Mokoomba 00/00/0000 Jools is joined by national treasures Madness, who have spent the summer playing at the Jubilee and Olympics and are back on the show with tracks from their brand new album, Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da. Brooklyn four-piece Grizzly Bear also return to the studio, with tunes from their new album Shields. New Zealand-born, London-based multi-talented minstrel Willy Moon makes his British television debut with a unique blend of rockabilly and hip hop plus a smart suit or two. Canadian jazz singer Diana Krall also makes an appearance, performing numbers from new album Glad Rag Doll, which has been described as mixing 1920s and 30s jazz and vaudeville. From Zimbabwe, six-piece afro-fusion outfit Mokoomba will also be making their UK debut, with a track or two from their Rising Tide album.
S41E05 Alice Cooper, Bloc Party, Alt-J (?), Dionne Warwick, Charley Pride, Josephine Oniyama 26/10/2012
S41E06 The Killers, Poliça, Cody ChestnuTT, Kristina Train, Adam Ant, Valerie June, Jackie DeShannon 02/11/2012
S41E07 Soundgarden, Two Door Cinema Club, Trey Songz, Bat For Lashes, Bhi Bhiman, The Staves 09/11/2012
S41E08 Ellie Goulding, Band of Horses, Jimmy Page, Rodriguez, Larry Graham, Luisa Sobra 16/11/2012
S41E09 Sinead O'Connor, Tame Impala, Biffy Clyro, Lau, Courtney Pine, Larry Morganfield 23/11/2012
S41E10 Lana Del Rey, Palma Violets, Nona Hendryx, The Weeknd 30/11/2012
S42E01 With Suede, Laura Mvula, Cat Power, Charles Bradley, The Strypes, John Fullbright 12/04/2013
S42E02 Primal Scream, Haim, Everything Everything, Ana Moura, Night Beds, Jamie Cullum 19/04/2013
S42E03 Phoenix, Rokia Traore, Eric Church, Laura Marling, Petula Clark, AlunaGeorge 26/04/2013
S42E04 Vampire Weekend, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Dido, Seasick Steve, Jacob Banks 00/00/0000
S42E05 Queens Of The Stone Age, Texas, Lulu James, Patty Griffin, Katmen 00/00/0000
S42E06 John Grant, Stereophonics, Lee Thompson's Ska Orchestra featuring Bitty McLean, Melt Yourself Down, Yasmine Hamdan 00/00/0000
S42E07 Beady Eye, Miguel, OMD, KT Tunstall, Deap Valley 00/00/0000
S42E08 Caro Emerald, Bonnie Raitt, Johnny Marr, Disclosure, Noah and the Whale, Gabriel Bruce 07/06/2013
S43E01 Kanye West, Kings of Leon, Sting, Lorde, Drenge, Bill Medley 20/09/2013
S43E02 Pixies, Janelle Monae, Tony Joe White, Chvrches, Barrence Whitfield & The Savages, Hugh Laurie 27/09/2013
S43E03 Franz Ferdinand, Goldfrapp, Gregory Porter, James Blake, Radkey, Chas & Dave 04/10/2013 Joining Jools in the studio are Glaswegian art rockers Franz Ferdinand, who perform songs from their triumphant new release Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Actions, the band's first LP following a four-year hiatus from the spotlight. London's electro pop duo Goldfrapp return to the show, with music from their beautifully crafted, folk-tinged sixth album, Tales of Us. Following the success of two Grammy-nominated albums, US jazz superstar Gregory Porter returns with music from his latest release Liquid Spirit. Trailblazing London producer and two-time Mercury-nominee James Blake returns with music from his sophomore LP, Overgrown. Hailing from St Joseph, Missouri, hotly tipped teenage trio Radkey make their TV debut, bringing their punk-driven blend of rock 'n' roll to the studio. Plus rockney duo Chas & Dave make their first-ever appearance on the show. They perform some rock 'n' roll classics from their first studio album in 27 years, the Joe Henry-produced That's What Happens.
S43E04 Manic Street Preachers, Jake Bugg, Poliça, Kacey Musgraves, VV Brown, Cécile McLorin Salvant 11/10/2013 Joining Jools in the studio are Welsh rock and rollers Manic Street Preachers, who return with songs from their latest album 'Rewind The Film'. This sees the band trade their electric guitars for a more stripped back sound. Following the colossal success of his self-titled debut LP, 19-year-old Nottingham troubadour and Mercury Prize nominee Jake Bugg returns to Later with new tunes from his up coming Rick Rubin produced second album, 'Shangri La'. Ahead of the release of their second LP, critically acclaimed Minnesota indie quintet Poliça make their anticipated return to the studio. From Texas, new star of country music Kacey Musgraves will be performing a track from her album 'Same Trailer Different Park'. Also in the studio, originally from Northampton and now based in London, VV Brown returns to the show with tracks from her 'Samson & Delilah' LP. Completing the line up is French-American singer Cécile McLorin Salvant, who has been described as 'an extraordinary revelation of contemporary vocal jazz'.
S43E05 MGMT, John Newman, Anna Calvi, Lloyd Cole, Passenger, Concha Buika 18/10/2013 Brooklyn's experimental psych-rock duo MGMT return to the studio with material from their self-titled third LP, which sees the outfit continue on their voyage to explore new ground. From Settle, North Yorkshire, soul-pop singer and Rudimental collaborator John Newman makes his solo debut on the show ahead of the anticipated release of his first album which spawned his chart-conquering hit Love Me Again earlier this year. South London songwriter Anna Calvi returns with her signature guitar style and powerful voice to perform music from her second album, One Breath. British songwriter Lloyd Cole makes his Later debut performing numbers from his latest solo record Standards which nods to his earlier rock 'n' roll roots associated with his work with The Commotions. Making his TV debut, Brighton's Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, brings his blissful folk-pop to the studio, performing songs from his internationally acclaimed album All The Little Lights. From Spain, singer Concha Buika, whose voice has been described as 'the voice of freedom' and compared to Nina Simone, Edith Piaf, and Billie Holliday, performs a track from her album La Noche Mas Larga. Also in the studio is Madness frontman Suggs who chats to Jools about his upcoming autobiography, That Close.
S43E06 Arctic Monkeys, Sir Paul McCartney, Katy B, Benjamin Clementine 25/10/2013 Joining Jools in the studio are Sheffield's unstoppable rock stars, Arctic Monkeys, performing tunes from 'AM', their fifth consecutive record to reach number 1, which has been nominated for the 2013 Mercury Prize. Sir Paul McCartney returns, with music from his first album of all new material in six years entitled 'New', on which he has collaborated on with producers such as Mark Ronson and Ethan Johns. South London dancefloor songstress Katy B makes her debut on the show with a couple of numbers from her upcoming second album 'Little Red'. Guitarist and songwriter Gary Clark Jr brings his style of Texan blues to the studio, with numbers from his universally acclaimed 'Blak and Blu' LP. Making his TV debut, extraordinary singer and pianist from North London, Benjamin Clementine and chatting to Jools at the piano is soul-funk legends, Earth Wind and Fire about their remarkable 40 years of music making.
S43E07 The National, John Mayer, London Grammar, Lissie, Graham Parker & The Rumour 01/11/2013 Joining Jools in the studio are Brooklyn's The National, who return with songs from their acclaimed sixth album, Trouble Will Find Me. Million-selling Connecticut singer-songwriter and guitarist John Mayer performs numbers from his recent release, Paradise Valley. Cinematic pop trio London Grammar make their first appearance on the show with songs from their top ten debut album If You Wait. Seminal British rock outfit Graham Parker & The Rumour are also in the studio having recently reunited, with music from their first album in 32 years, Three Chords Good. From Rock Island, Illinois, folk-pop songstress Lissie returns to the show with numbers from rock driven second studio album Back To Forever. One of Mali's greatest exponents of the kora, Ballake Sissoko, is also in the studio performing music from his internationally acclaimed album At Peace.
S43E08 The Killers, Boy George, Chase & Status, Jimmy Webb, The Orwells, Denai Moore 08/11/2013 For the final show of the series, Jools is joined in the studio by The Killers, who make a welcome return with new music and classic tunes from their Direct Hits collection, which celebrates the Las Vegas foursome's first decade together. Pop legend Boy George is also in the studio with songs from his first album of all-new material in 18 years, This Is What I Do. London dance duo Chase & Status bring their successful live dance sound to the show with a couple of numbers from their recent top three album Brand New Machine, joined by guest vocals Jacob Banks and Moko. Legendary Nashville songwriter Jimmy Webb has joined forces with a host of singers on his new album Still Within the Sound of My Voice, in which they revisit some of the songs from his four decades of music. He is joined on the show by Del Amitri frontman Justin Currie. Also in the studio are two artists making their TV debuts in the shape of energetic Chicago teens The Orwells and, from East London, 19-year-old soul singer Denai Moore, who has been helped out on production duties on her latest EP by Ben Drew aka Plan B.
S00E01 Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds on Later... with Jools Holland etc 00/00/0000
S00E02 Supergrass A Little Later 00/00/0000 Four songs from their Later... sessions: - Alright - Caught By The Fuzz - Moving -
S00E04 Elvis Costello 00/00/0000 Elvis Costello - Later With Jools Holland Special 6th July 1996 MUSIC: Later With Jools Holland Special On: BBC2
S00E05 Police in Montserrat 00/00/0000 "Police in Montserrat": 45-minute documentary of the band recording Ghost in the Machine, including four songs performed in Montserrat: Demolition Man, One World (Not Three), Spirits in the Material World, Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic Hosted by keyboardist and TV personality Jools Holland, the program starts with an introduction to the island of Montserrat and then gets to the band in the studio. Rather than focus on the recording of the album, we find separate sessions with Andy Summers, Sting, and Stewart Copeland. Summers offers a guitar demonstration that includes glimpses of “Message in a Bottle” with or with effects. He also plays a little jam with Holland. Sting goes over the recording process and gives us insight into his songwriting. He chats about how he came up with “Message” and we also meet “Brian”, his upright electric bass. We get another jam with Holland, and Summers eventually joins in as well. Lastly, Holland speaks with Copeland about his drum kit and style. No jam occurs between them, though. The program fills out with studio videos for “Demolition Man”, “One World (Not Three)”, “Spirits In the Material World”, and “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic”. These will look very familiar to anyone who’s already watched the main collection of videos, as they show the same form of mimed studio work. I’d have liked to really see the band record Ghost, but “Montserrat” possesses some informational and entertainment value nonetheless.
S00E06 Cool Britannia 00/00/0000 What Britain does best is breed new bands. One of the things LATER WITH JOOLS HOLLAND tries to do best is to spot those new bands as they emerge and put them on television. When 'Later' started in 1992, British rock and roll was still in the doldrums and grunge ruled OK. Fortunately things got better fast. Blur, Oasis and the rest kickstarted Britpop, Paul Weller found his stride again and they were all happy enough to come on the show and do what they do best and play live. Bands like Radiohead and The Verve would play the show when they wouldn't even do Top Of The Pops. Travis appeared on 'Later' when they'd released their first limited edition single, Stereophonics, Catatonia and then Coldplay made their TV debuts on the programme and kept on coming back. They started as debutantes and came back as headliners. Last series Keane, Franz Ferdinand and 22-20s all came on 'Later' to stake their claim. From 1993 to 2003, here's young British Rock and Roll flexing its muscles, history in the making.
S00E07 Golden Moments: 249 Not Out 00/00/0000 Jools Holland introduces a special 90-minute celebration of Later... with Jools Holland with an eclectic array of artists and fans of the show picking their favourite and most memorable performances from over the years ahead of the show's 250th episode. Featuring the likes of Paul Weller, Richard Curtis, Trevor Nelson, Adele, Wayne Hemingway, Dizzee Rascal, Nicky Wire and many more.
S00E08 Giants 00/00/0000 Over 30 great live performances from legendary artists
S00E09 Later... with Jools Holland and Friends 00/00/0000 Jools Holland admits he has the best job in the world and as the host of Later he regularly gets to play with the finest musicians in the world. He looks back at some of his favourite moments when he got to collaborate with the likes of Dusty Springfield, The White Stripes, Adele, Mary J Blige, Cee-Lo Green, Willie Nelson and many more.
S00E10 Guitar Heroes 00/00/0000 Guitar heroes from as far away as Mexico and as close to home as Chiswick have all come to rock the Later studio since 1995. This collection of performances brings together the best of them, from the legendary Buddy Guy to the homegrown guitar superstars he inspired, such as Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and Pete Townshend. Joining them on the bill are Santana, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the White Stripes, Radiohead and more
S00E11 Robert Plant on Later 00/00/0000 Tracing Robert Plant's solo career from the early 90s via his appearances on Later... With Jools Holland. Through a mix of performance and interviews, the programme sees Robert reunited with Jimmy Page and a Moroccan orchestra, teaming up with Tom Jones and Solomon Burke on the Hootenanny, playing with former band Strange Sensation and also with Alison Krauss.
S00E12 Folk America 00/00/0000 Compilation of performances by artists from the American folk, blues, bluegrass and country scenes that revisits the spirit of the 1920s and beyond with a distinctly Southern flavour. Including Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Blind Boys of Alabama, Norah Jones, Odetta, Old Crow Medicine Show, Chatham County Line, Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris and Buddy Guy and many more...
S00E13 Blues Compilation 00/00/0000 Compilation of performances from many of the great blues artists who have featured on Later... and the Hootenanny since 1992, including BB King, Bo Diddley, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Seasick Steve, ZZ Top and many more.
S00E15 Jools' Spring Hootenanny 2003 03/05/2003
S00E20 Van Morrison on Later... with Jools Holland 25/04/2008
S00E21 Duos and Duets 13/11/2015 Jools looks back through the Later... archives at performances by classic and contemporary duos including the likes of the White Stripes, First Aid Kit, Hall & Oates, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, the Civil Wars, Chaka Demus & Pliers, Slaves and many more.
S00E22 Best of 2016 11/11/2016 Jools looks back at a selection of some of 2016's performances on the show, including Iggy Pop roaming the studio whilst performing one of his classic tunes, TV debuts by Christine and the Queens, Rag'n'Bone Man and Spring King and a previously unbroadcast classic from Bee Gee Barry Gibb, plus lots more.
S00E23 Leonard Cohen on Later... with Jools Holland 11/11/2016 In 1993 while on a European tour LEONARD COHEN came into the Later…with Jools Holland studio at Television Centre during the show’s second series with his impressive band and angelic backing singers to perform two songs from The Future album - the title track and Democracy - both extraordinarily prescient post this week’s American election, and finished the show with an extraordinary, hymn-like version of his devastating ‘Dance Me To The End of Love’ from the Various Positions album. Cohen also chatted to Jools about his vision and his career and enjoyed seeing a clip of his duet with Julie Felix on Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye from her 1967 BBC TV series, Once More with Felix, for the very first time. Includes all those performances and the interview in 25 plus-minutes of the great Leonard Cohen on Later…with Jools Holland.
S00E24 Sound of Black Britain: Groove & Grime 13/11/2016 As part of the BBC's Black And British season, Jools looks back through the Later... archives at some of the artists who have emerged from Black British music over the last 25 years of the show. Starting off with London's D-Influence, who appeared on the very first episode of the show in 1992, debut TV performances from the likes of Emeli Sande, Craig David and Stormzy and big tunes from Mark Morrison and Dizzee Rascal, plus many more.
S00E255 Hootenanny 2015/2016 31/12/2015 Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra welcome in the New Year with guests including Sir Tom Jones, Jess Glynne, Paul Weller, Hozier, Rhiannon Giddens and James Bay.

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