Featuring performances by Drive-By Truckers, Bobby McFerrin, Laura Marling and Diane Birch.
Pianist, bandleader, singer and broadcasting veteran Jools Holland returns with the second set of this year's music showcases, recorded at Maidstone Studios. This session features English indie rock band Foals, Louisville rock band My Morning Jacket and California's Rickie Lee Jones and the reformed Squeeze, which counts Jools himself among its founding members. There is also a performance by Disclosure, the London-based songwriter-producer brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence, who are joined by Sam Smith and Kwabs to showcase tracks from their second album.
Elvis Costello meets Bill Clinton. who shares his adulation of jazz giants like Al Hirt and Russian jazz saxophone player, Igor Butman. Bill has an extensive collection of saxophones including one that was made by Adolph Sax himself in 1861. He tells Elvis that playing the saxophone helped him cope when times were tense in his role as President of the USA.
As one of the top UK bands of the 1990s, Blur were a pioneering force behind the Britpop movement and are widely hailed as one of the most influential bands of the era. Get the inside story on the band during the documentary Blur: No Distance Left To Run.
Italian-born, Vienna-raised singer Patrizio Buanne recorded live in concert at the Colosseum in Rome. The show features many popular Italian songs such as Na Sera E Maggio, L'Italiano, Il Mondo, Amore Scusami, and old classics such as Na Sera E Maggio, Luna In Mezz'O Mare and Volare.