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aired 2022-05-14 (2 days ago)
Wet Leg, Joe Bonamassa, Obongjayar, Cat Burns
Season: 60 | Episode: 1
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airs 2022-05-21 (in 5 days )
Liam Gallagher, Sinead O'Brien, Charlotte Adigéry, Bolis Pupul, Oumou Sangaré
Season: 60 | Episode: 2

Jools is joined by rock‘n'roll legend Liam Gallagher, who performs a couple of tracks with his band from his forthcoming album C'mon You Know and an exclusive bonus track for BBC iPlayer. Liam also discusses a performance by Jimmy Cliff he has chosen from the Later... archives, as well as revisiting his debut on the show with Oasis from 1994.

Dubliner and debutante Sinead O'Brien shares her spellbinding poetry and songwriting on a performance of her track Holy Country, taken from her forthcoming debut album, which sees the Irish wordsmith experimenting with the form and shape of language.

And we welcome Belgian duo Charlotte Adigéry and Bolis Pupul, who make their debut on the show with their infectious electro-pop sound on a track from their album Topical Dancer, which was produced by fellow Belgians and electro band Soulwax.

And returning to the show is Malian singer Oumou Sangaré, known as the songbird of Wassoulou, to perform a couple of numbers from her thirteenth studio album, Timbuktu. Recorded between the US, Mali and France, it's a fusion of blues, folk, rock and traditional Malian music featuring a Malian lute known as a kamele n'goni.

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Show Summary

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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Started: Oct/08/1992
Usually airs on: Friday

Type: Variety
Genres: Music
Country: GB GB
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  • s60e02
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    21:00- 22:00

    Jools is joined by rock‘n'roll legend Liam Gallagher, who performs a couple of tracks with his band from his forthcoming album C'mon You Know and an exclusive bonus track for BBC iPlayer. Liam also discusses a performance by Jimmy Cliff he has chosen from the Later... archives, as well as revisiting his debut on the show with Oasis from 1994.

    Dubliner and debutante Sinead O'Brien shares her spellbinding poetry and songwriting on a performance of her track Holy Country, taken from her forthcoming debut album, which sees the Irish wordsmith experimenting with the form and shape of language.

    And we welcome Belgian duo Charlotte Adigéry and Bolis Pupul, who make their debut on the show with their infectious electro-pop sound on a track from their album Topical Dancer, which was produced by fellow Belgians and electro band Soulwax.

    And returning to the show is Malian singer Oumou Sangaré, known as the songbird of Wassoulou, to perform a couple of numbers from her thirteenth studio album, Timbuktu. Recorded between the US, Mali and France, it's a fusion of blues, folk, rock and traditional Malian music featuring a Malian lute known as a kamele n'goni.

  • s60e01
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    2 days ago
    20:55- 21:55

    In a new performance space at the recently restored Alexandra Palace Theatre, Jools is joined by Isle of Wight duo Wet Leg, who rose to prominence last year and recently released their critically acclaimed number one debut record. They are returning to the show after performing their viral hit Chaise Longue last autumn.

    Another returnee is US singer and blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa, who is stopping off in north London amidst his UK tour to perform a couple of tracks as well as chatting to Jools and picking a Peter Gabriel track from the Later... archive.

    The first of two debuts in this new series comes from Nigerian-born, London-based artist Obongjayar, who has already featured on tracks by the likes of Little Simz and Pa Salieu. He steps into the spotlight to perform a song from his own debut album, Some Nights I Dream Of Doors, after a recent performance at the 6 Music Festival in Cardiff.

    And following in the footsteps of past Later... debutantes Adele and Amy Winehouse, BRIT School alumni and south Londoner Cat Burns is also making her debut on the show with her Radio 1 playlisted and top three single Go.

  • s59e06
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    6 months ago
    22:10- 23:10

    The final episode of the series sees Jools chatting to special guests who choose their favourite moments from the extensive Later… archive, as well as inviting artists to perform at his unique and intimate recording studio or from interesting places around the UK.

    Jools chats to queen of pop Kylie Minogue ahead of the release of her new album Disco: Guest List Edition, which sees her reworking her 2020 Disco LP to include a star-studded cast of guest features from the likes of Gloria Gaynor to Dua Lipa. Kylie also shares her favourite performances from the Later… archive which includes Jessie Ware.

    Completing the line-up on the show are three unique performances. There are two debuts, the first from post-punk Leeds band Yard Act, who perform the title track from their upcoming debut album The Overload from their local venue, the Brudenell Social Club. The second debut comes from Swiss-Sri Lankan rising star Priya Ragu, who uses her mother tongue of Tamil in her songs, as well as creating her own genre that she refers to as ‘Ragu Wavy'. Priya performs Lockdown from her latest mixtape, damnshestamil.  

    Closing proceedings is king of pop Ed Sheeran, who returns to treat us to a performance of Leave Your Life, a song he wrote for his daughter, which is taken from his recently released = album.

  • s59e05
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    6 months ago
    20:55- 21:55

    From EartH Hackney in London, the former frontman of the Police, Sting, performs a track from his upcoming new album, The Bridge, and tells Jools how it feels to have celebrated a milestone birthday and why he loves Sam Fender and Shaggy.

    Back at his musical home in south London, Jools also chats to one of the biggest stars of the UK's contemporary jazz scene, Nubya Garcia. They discuss recently shortlisted Mercury Prize album Source and her debut at the BBC Proms with a concert dedicated to her brand of ‘eclectic, danceable, political jazz' that draws on influences from Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.

    And the show also introduces two hotly tipped artists. First up is Isle of Wight duo Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, aka Wet Leg, who will be performing their summer viral hit Chaise Longue. And rising south London singer-songwriter Lola Young visits Jools' studio to perform an acoustic version of her track Fake, which she describes as ‘like a scene from a Tarantino movie'.

  • s59e04
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    7 months ago
    20:55- 21:55

    Jools chats to global superstar Ed Sheeran ahead of the release of his fifth studio album ‘=' (pronounced 'equals'), which he describes as his ‘best piece of work' and a ‘coming of age record'. Jools talks to Ed about the new record as well as asking him to choose his favourite performances from the Later…archive, which include that legendary debut performance from KT Tunstall, grime legend Skepta and bluesman Seasick Steve.

    Also on the show and making her debut is Manchester born singer-songwriter Pip Millett, who has taken the UK by storm with her chilled, emotional fusion of R&B and soul. She will be performing the song Hard Life from her Motion Sick EP at the atmospheric Victoria Baths, also known as Manchester's water palace.

    Completing the line-up are unique performances from two British groups making a return to the show. Oxford indie-pop group Glass Animals, fresh off another hugely successful US tour, perform their new track I Don't Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance), filmed at the legendary Studio 2 at Abbey Road, and Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro perform their current radio smash A Hunger In Your Haunt, from their upcoming ninth studio album The Myth of the Happily Ever After, filmed in Glasgow.

  • s59e03
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    7 months ago
    20:30- 21:30

    Jools chats to music legend Sir Elton John ahead of the release of his new album The Lockdown Sessions, which sees him team up with the great and good of popular music including Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth and Stevie Wonder. As well as disclosing his song writing secrets and where he keeps his record collection, Elton also delves into the Later… archive to choose some of his favourite performances from the likes of Christine and the Queens to Glen Campbell. 

    As always, there are new performances from around the UK, and in this episode North Shields's Sam Fender makes a welcome return to the show and to the Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade Watch House Museum, where he played his first ever headline show as a teenager. He performs a track from his second album Seventeen Going Under that he describes as a 'celebration of life after hardship, and a celebration of surviving'. 

    There's a debut performance this week from Birmingham raised, Zimbabwe born SIPHO, who signed a record deal with independent British label Dirty Hit whilst studying song writing at the BIMM Institute and who performs a track from his debut EP And God Said…, showcasing his self-described sound of ‘industrial soul'.

  • s59e02
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    7 months ago
    21:10- 22:10

    Jools invites rock legend and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl to share some of his favourite tales of life as a rock star upon the release of his memoir The Storyteller, as well as reminiscing about his experiences on the show and choosing his favourite artists from the Later... archive, which include a delightful musical mix of k.d. lang, Radiohead and Portuguese fado singer Mariza.

    Performing at Jools's studios is LA-based singer Marley Munroe aka Lady Blackbird. Her hauntingly beautiful voice has taken flight on the global jazz scene with the release of her debut album Black Acid Soul, which she recorded in the legendary Studio B (Prince's room) at Sunset Sound studios. She will be joined by her three-piece band to perform the raw and pining torch song It's Not That Easy.

    We also welcome the return of British group Jungle, performing for the show from the newly renovated Alexandra Palace Theatre in north London. They recently released their LP Loving in Stereo, described as 'a dynamic disco record for the post social distancing age, with a dancefloor-igniting celebration of all the things that make music irresistibly fun'.

  • s59e01
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    7 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools Holland returns for a new series at his musical home, Helicon Mountain, in south London. To commence proceedings, Jools chats to not one but two special guests. Returning with a new solo album is the multitalented Damon Albarn, who will also perform a track from The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows. Also, chart-topping, Brit-winning, MBE-honoured Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sande comes to tell Jools why she loves The Fugees, who are about to return to the live stage for the first time in many years. Emeli also chats about her new music, and how it marks a new era of creative freedom for her. 

    Making her debut on the show is Julie Campbell, aka LoneLady, filmed at Brunswick Mill in her hometown of Manchester. She performs a track from her third studio album, Former Things, an album that was created on electronic sequencers, synths and drum machines in a basement bunker beneath London's Somerset House and offers an ode to the lost golden age of childhood and youth.

  • s58e06
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    11 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools welcomes to the show grime originator, rapper and songwriter Kano and two Later debuts: Sheffield's Rebecca Taylor, aka Self Esteem, and contemporary soul and funk purveyor Joel Culpepper.

  • s58e05
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    11 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools chats with comedian, writer and music lover Romesh Ranganathan, bandleader, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer Emma-Jean Thackray and the legendary Van Morrison.

  • s58e04
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    11 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools welcomes British legend Joan Armatrading, Tyneside art rockers Field Music and LA-based group Gabriels to the show.

  • s58e03
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    12 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools chats to Dublin-born singer songwriter Imelda May about her life and career, including the success of her latest album 11 Past the Hour, which topped the Official Irish Album Charts to make her the first Irish female solo artist to top the charts in over five years. Her new record and sixth studio album is the follow up to her spoken word EP Slip of the Tongue and features a star-studded array of guests including Ronnie Wood, Noel Gallagher and Miles Kane. Having sifted through the Later… archive, Imelda discusses her top five performances from the show, in which Kirsty MacColl, Joan Armatrading and Queens of the Stone Age all feature.

    From north London, British-Nigerian musician and actor Little Simz returns to the show with a performance of her latest track Woman, which features vocals from fellow Londoner and previous collaborator Cleo Sol. The music video for Woman marks Little Simz's directorial debut, and the song is taken from her much- anticipated fourth studio album Sometimes I Might Be Introvert, the follow-up to her critically acclaimed and Mercury Prize nominated LP GREY Area .

    Jools also welcomes a rising star from Grantham, Holly Humberstone, to perform a new song live in his studio. The hotly tipped singer-songwriter is fast gaining popularity following the release of her debut EP Falling Asleep at the Wheel, a slot supporting Lewis Capaldi at Wembley last year and her runner-up position on the BBC's Sound of 2021.

  • s58e02
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    12 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools chats to US musician and BBC 6 Music's Artist in Residence, Annie Clark aka St Vincent, from her home studio in Los Angeles. They discuss her early life growing up in Texas and the musical influences that shaped her, such as Lou Reed, Al Green and British icon PJ Harvey, who all feature in her top favourite Later… performances. They also explore some of the themes and inspirations behind her recently released fifth studio album, Daddy's Home, which sees her take on a new persona inspired by the music and culture of the early 1970s.

    Multi-talented actor and musician Johnny Flynn makes his debut on the show with a performance filmed at Jools' studio of the track Ten Degrees of Strange, taken from his latest album, Lost in the Cedar Wood, which was co-written with nature writer Robert MacFarlane and features fellow musicians Cosmo and Merlin Sheldrake as well as Johnny's nine-year-old son Gabriel. Flynn has recently appeared in hit films such as Emma, The Dig and the David Bowie biopic Stardust, and over the years has written and released four studio albums as well as the soundtrack to hit BBC sitcom The Detectorists.

    Also making their Later… debut are Bristol-based five-piece Squid, who will treat viewers to a performance of their single Paddling, which sees the band sharing vocal duties and explores the 'dichotomy between simple pleasures and decadent consumerism'. Squid first met at Brighton University in 2015, having connected over a love of ambient, jazz, and the propulsive sounds of 1970s Germany. They quickly became one of Britain's most-lauded new bands and have recently released their debut album, Bright Green Field, which is produced by Dan Carey, the man behind many of the most vital debut records in recent years.

    Returning to the show for a performance filmed at West London's Bush Hall is Birmingham-born multi-instrumentalist and vocal powerhouse Laura Mvula. Armed with her keytar, Laura will perform a number from her forthcoming third LP Pink Noise, an album that she describes as having an 'obvious 80s palette' that inspired her to find the 'delight in dance again'.

  • s58e01
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    1 year ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools welcomes musical icon Noel Gallagher, who looks back at ten years of his band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, including ‘that scissor moment', stories of his life and career, and the music that has inspired him. His choices from the archive include the likes of Young Fathers, The Strokes and Paul McCartney. 

    There's also a special performance from Walsall-born singer-songwriter and Brit winner Jorja Smith, who made her TV debut on the Later 25th anniversary special at the Royal Albert Hall in 2017. She sings the track Home from her new eight-track project Be Right Back, a collection of songs that she says will be 'interpreted in different ways, depending on experiences of the people listening'. 

    And we will be welcoming the return of Ohio duo The Black Keys, who have just released their tenth studio album, Delta Kream. It celebrates the band's roots, honouring the musicians and songs of the Mississippi Hill Country Blues that they have loved since they were teenagers. They will be performing a rendition of an R.L. Burnside track, Going Down South, from the band's Easy Eye Sound studio in Nashville.

  • s57e06
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    1 year ago
    22:00- 23:00

    Jools chats to singer and actor Olly Alexander, best known as frontman of chart-topping band Years & Years and most recently as the star of hit drama It's a Sin. Olly chooses and discusses his favourite performances from the Later archive and treats us to an impromptu performance of a favourite song of his with Jools at the piano.

    Making her British TV debut on the show at the tender age of 20 is British rising star Griff, who made this year's BBC Sound Of shortlist and has the stamp of approval from her hero Taylor Swift under her belt. Griff will perform her latest Radio 1 playlisted dark pop anthem Black Hole.

    Jools also invites composer and musical polymath Nitin Sawhney and the multi-talented cellist and singer Ayanna Witter-Johnson to his studio to perform a beautiful duet called Movement II from Nitin's recently released album Immigrants.

  • s57e05
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    1 year ago
    22:00- 23:00

    Jools chats to actor, comedian and music lover Lenny Henry, who chooses and discusses his favourite performances from the archive. This special Later... falls on the same night as Comic Relief 2021, so as well as mining our vaults, Lenny shares a few of his favourite musical moments from the fundraising show across the years.

    Meanwhile, two artists make their debut on the show. First up is Enny, a rapper and singer from Thamesmead in south east London. After releasing her first music just under a year ago, she immediately caught the attention of Jorja Smith, who made Enny the first signing to her label FAMM. Fast-forward to the end of the 2020 and Peng Black Girls, Enny's celebration of Black British women, catapulted her into the critics' ones to watch lists.

    Second up is Leeds-London collective Nubiyan Twist with a unique performance of their latest single If I Know, featuring Ghanaian multi-instrumentalist and singer K.O.G and recorded at the home of the now-iconic east London jazz night Church of Sound. The track comes from the band's recently released third album Freedom Fables, a record that pays homage to traditional jazz and Afrobeat whilst embracing genres from hip-hop to garage, dub and everything in between.

  • s57e04
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    1 year ago
    22:00- 23:00

    Jools chats to award-winning British songstress Laura Mvula, who chooses and discusses her favourite performances from the Later archive. She also share news on what she has been up to since she was last on the show in 2016, including where she is at with the music for her third album and her love of the keytar. 

    Performing for us on the show this week and making their TV debut is south London four-piece Dry Cleaning, filmed at east London's Moth Club. The performance features their recent BBC Radio 6 Music playlisted track Scratchcard Lanyard from their upcoming debut album New Long Leg. The album has seen them work with producer John Parish, best known for his work with PJ Harvey. 

    We also welcome back the legendary mod-father and prolific singer-songwriter Paul Weller, who invites us into his Black Barn Studios in Surrey for a special performance of a track from his forthcoming new LP Fat Pop (Volume 1).

  • s57e03
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    1 year ago
    22:00- 23:00

    Jools welcomes global superstar, The Voice judge and legendary singer Sir Tom Jones into the studio to discuss his musical journey, loves and influences, as illustrated by classic clips from the show. Together, they perform a track from Sir Tom's forthcoming forty-first studio album, Surrounded by Time, which reimagines a diverse set of songs of personal importance to the artist throughout his illustrious career.

    Continuing the theme of unique performances in interesting locations, there is a performance from the restored Alexandra Palace Theatre in north London by Mercury prize-winning, genre-bending rockers Wolf Alice. The four-piece won the prize back in 2018 for their second album, Visions of a Life, and have been recently teasing their return with cryptic messages on their social media.

    Also on the show and making his UK TV debut is the winner of the BBC Sound of 2021, British-Gambian rising star Pa Salieu, arguably the UK's hottest new rapper. Born in Slough, he grew up in the Gambia, and upon his return at the age of eight moved to Coventry. The city gave its name to his first mixtape, Send Them to Coventry, which was released in November and considers his Gambian heritage (and love of Gambian folk music), life in the Hillfields suburb, where he spent his formative years, and the trauma that he has encountered. It is just over a year since he released his breakthrough single Frontline. Pa Salieu is joined by Brit and Grammy-nominated singer Mahalia to perform their radio smash Energy.

  • s57e02
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    1 year ago
    22:00- 23:00

    This week, Jools welcomes jazz drummer, producer and broadcaster Moses Boyd to discuss his musical journey, loves and influences, illustrated by classic clips from Later... A pioneer of the ever-growing contemporary London jazz scene, Moses started playing drums aged 13. His affinity for a wide range of music, from grime and electronica to the gospel, soul and funk he heard growing up in south London, has heavily influenced his unique sound. He made his Later... debut in 2017 as part of sax and drums duo Binker and Moses, and last year he released his debut solo album Dark Matter on his own record label, which went on to be shortlisted for the 2020 Mercury Prize.

    The show also sees the return of the triple Brit award-winning singer Rag'n'Bone Man, with the debut performance of his new single All You Ever Wanted. It's a first taste of his second, much-anticipated album Life by Misadventure, the majority of which was recorded pre-pandemic in the musical city of Nashville. Due for release in April, the record is the follow-up to 2017's Human, the fastest-selling debut album by a male artist in over a decade.

    To complete the line-up, Jools welcomes legendary American folk musician Peggy Seeger to the studio. With an illustrious career spanning 68 years, Seeger will shortly release her twenty-fourth and reportedly last solo album First Farewell. The album is her first to be recorded entirely with the immediate members of her very musical family, and it references her roots as a classically trained pianist. Seeger performs All in the Mind, a song co-written with her son Callum MacColl about ageing and its complexities.

  • s57e01
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    1 year ago
    22:00- 23:00

    Later... with Jools Holland returns to BBC Two for a special six-part winter series continuing in lockdown form, which sees Jools opening the doors to his unique south London recording studio, chatting to musicians about their favourite pieces of archive footage and showcasing specially shot performances from a wide variety of artists.

    Kicking off the series, Jools welcomes one of this year's most hotly tipped artists, singer-songwriter Arlo Parks. She performs a track from her critically acclaimed album Collapsed in Sunbeams, a beautiful collection of songs touching on themes of mental health and sexuality. She also discusses her musical journey, loves and influences, as illustrated by classic clips from Later...

    Continuing the theme of unique performances in interesting locations, the show marks the much-awaited return of Nashville rockers Kings of Leon with an exclusive performance from the band's studio. Having made their TV debut on the show back in 2003, it is a very welcome return for the global headlining outfit. They debut The Bandit from their forthcoming eighth album When You See Yourself, set for release in March.

    And the show sees the return of Nottingham's polemical frontman Jason Williamson and dexterous producer Andrew Fearn, aka Sleaford Mods. They have a specially shot performance, featuring newcomer Billy Nomates, of their new single Mork n Mindy, which Williamson describes as ‘the sound of the central heating and the dying smells of Sunday dinner in a house on an estate in 1982'.

  • s56e07
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    2 years ago
    22:00- 23:00

    Later… with Jools Holland returns for the final programme of the autumn series, filmed at Jools's creative home, his unique south London recording studio. Jools chats to popstar Melanie C about her musical journey so far and her loves and influences, and For Those I Love and Mica Paris perform.

  • s56e06
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    2 years ago
    22:00- 23:00

    Jools chats to Sheffield musician and broadcaster Jarvis Cocker about his musical journey so far, and there are performances from Greentea Peng and Working Men's Club.

  • s56e05
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    2 years ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools chats to Celeste, the BBC's Sound of 2020, about her musical journey so far, and there are performances from The Lathums and Joesef.

  • s56e04
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    2 years ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools chats to singer and actor Paloma Faith about her musical journey, loves and influences, and there is a unique performance at Jools's studio from producer, songwriter and musician Fraser T Smith.

  • s56e03
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    2 years ago
    21:00- 22:00

    This week, Jools chats to global pop superstar Sam Smith and discovers their own musical journey, loves and influences, illustrated by a diverse selection of clips from the extensive Later... archive. Smith comes to Jools's studio ahead of the release of their third album Love Goes, written over the last two years, which Smith refers to as 'the most experimental time of my life, personally but also musically'. Smith first appeared on Later... in 2013 with dance duo Disclosure, making their solo debut the year after. They have had a meteoric rise to fame over the past decade, with two number one albums In the Lonely Hour and The Thrill of It All, seven number one singles and a heaving awards cabinet of Brits, Grammys and an Oscar for their James Bond theme.

    Making her debut on the show this week is Jamaican artist Koffee, who is part of the wave of musicians reimagining the positive vibes of roots reggae. She made history this year taking home the Grammy for best reggae album for her Rapture EP, making her the first woman and youngest recipient of the award. She performs from Bob Marley's famed recording studio Tuff Gong in the island's capital Kingston.

    And performing in Jools's studio is Shirley Collins, a veteran of the British folk scene, who is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest female singers of the genre and a key voice in the English folk revival of the sixties and seventies. With a musical career spanning over 60 years, Collins released her ninth solo album Heart's Ease back in July to huge critical acclaim, with reinterpreted traditional songs from England and the USA alongside new numbers.

  • s56e02
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    2 years ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools Holland returns for the second programme of the series, filmed at Jools's unique south London recording studio.

    This week, Jools chats to the legendary Robert Plant, who talks him through his own musical journey, loves and influences, illustrated by a diverse selection of clips from the extensive Later… archive. Frontman of one of the biggest bands in the world, Led Zeppelin, Plant is now enjoying his fourth decade of a successful solo career and a more recent role as podcast host of Digging Deep. Having previously performed on Later... nine times in various guises, Plant joins Jools as he releases a career- spanning album with tracks from his 11 solo records and previously unreleased material.

    Declan McKenna joins Jools in the studio in a special performance at the piano of Be An Astronaut, from his recently released and critically acclaimed second album Zeros, a record heavily influenced by his 70s glam heroes, including David Bowie. From Hertfordshire, now based in north London, the 21-year-old recorded Zeros last year in Nashville, but its themes of disconnect and isolation resonate even more strongly now. He makes his second appearance on Later..., having performed in 2016 ahead of the release of his debut record What Do You Think About the Car?

    And in a specially shot performance, the show welcomes back London Grammar, a trio who have graced the Later... studio twice before. The band, who met and formed as students at Nottingham University, are back with their first new music since their 2017 number one album Truth is a Beautiful Thing. New single Baby It's You has the group's familiar dreamy sound but with a new Balearic vibe.

  • s56e01
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    2 years ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Later… with Jools Holland returns for a seven-part series continuing in its lockdown form, which sees Jools open the doors to his unique south London recording studio.

    Kicking off the series is a special episode featuring the winner of the much-coveted Mercury Prize 2020 in conversation with Jools, discussing the honour of taking home the iconic prize, the creative process behind their winning album and the musical influences that shaped it.

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    2 years ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Jools chats to singer, songwriter, broadcaster and frontman of Elbow, Guy Garvey, who has a long history with Late, having performed six times - the first back in 2003, and most recently last year when Elbow released their eighth studio album Giants of All Sizes. Alongside making music, Guy presents a weekly show on BBC 6 Music, so he is no stranger to delving into the back catalogues to bring listeners his favourite music, and he does just that here, illustrated with treats from the Later archive.

  • s55e05
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    2 years ago
    21:00- 22:00

    The host enjoys an online conversation with Gregory Porter who, over the past decade, has brought jazz to the masses with his contemporary take, fast becoming one of the best-selling artists of the genre. Last year he launched podcast The Hang, which sees him chat to old and new friends from Jeff Goldblum to Annie Lennox and is planning to release his sixth album, All Rise, in August. Jools and Gregory discuss the artists he loves and is influenced by, illustrated with performances from the Later archive. The programme retains its focus on new music and artists, here spotlighting Dublin band Fontaines DC.

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    21:00- 22:00

    With three platinum selling albums under her belt, Ellie Goulding chats online to Jools ahead of the release of her fourth this summer, which arrives 10 years after her debut record and first top 10 single Starry Eyed. The pair discuss the artists that have influenced her musical journey, illustrated by classic performances from the regular show's extensive archive. This edition also debuts Biig Piig, a musician who grew up between Ireland and Spain, and is now based in London. Recorded at home, she brings a taste of her sound with new single Switch, showcasing her unique brand of minimal pop.

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    21:00- 22:00

    The music programme continues in its lockdown incarnation as Jools chats from his south London studio via videolink to Golden Globe-winning actor, comedian, musician and writer Hugh Laurie, inviting him to recount his musical journey. Laurie's picks reflect the influences that can be found on his own two records Let Them Talk and Didn't It Rain, the former featuring collaborations with Tom Jones, Irma Thomas and Dr John. As usual, there's also time for Jools to focus on new music, with a unique performance by multi-instrumentalist and singer Jacob Collier, who will be making his debut on the show.

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    21:00- 22:00

    The host reinvents his music show to accommodate the requirements of the lockdown, joined - virtually - in this edition by grime pioneer Dizzee Rascal. The east London rapper talks through his musical journey and some of the artists that were part of it, illustrated by clips from the BBC archives. His choices reflect the diverse array of genres from indie to grime and jazz, that have influenced his music, alongside memories from a career that kicked off with his Mercury Prize-winning debut Boy in Da Corner in 2003. Plus, as part of the show's focus on new music and artists, a unique performance by a contemporary artist.

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    21:00- 22:00

    The music programme returns with a lockdown twist. Each week, Jools chats to a guest via videolink, beginning with Christine & the Queens, who talks about her musical journey as well as her influences, with a selection of her favourite Later performances pulled out of the archive. New music will also continue to feature throughout the series, and in this first edition Laura Marling plays a track from her seventh album Song for Our Daughter, which she released earlier than originally planned in light of the current pandemic.

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    21:45- 22:45
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    21:45- 22:45

    Stepping into the spotlight in Jools's cercle de reves this week are Christine and The Queens, Kamasi Washington, St Vincent, Daniel Caesar and Daniel Blumberg.

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    22:05- 23:05

    Jools Holland hosts another musical melange in his theatre of dreams, aka Maidstone Studios, featuring Florence + The Machine, Femi Kuti, Lily Allen, Lady Leshurr, Young Fathers and Starcrawler.

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    22:30- 23:30

    Jools Holland unites a unique cast in a single room for one night only. Featuring performances by Bjork, The Breeders, Les Amazones D'Afrique, Deva Mahal, Hailey Tuck and Lump.

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    11:00- 12:00
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    22:50- 23:50

    Jools Holland and his magic fingers unite a unique cast in a single room for one night only, new and older artists playing completely live! Who'd have thought it?

    Seven years after their last album and 20 years on from their debut, the anthemic Snow Patrol are back in business with songs from their seventh studio album Wildness, that finds frontman and songwriter Gary Lightbody wrestling with the light and the dark with edge, drama and that familiar melodic flair. Step forward south London's Shame, hot after a national tour which is surely pushing them towards becoming the most exciting British guitar band since the emergence of Arctic Monkeys and they perform songs from their debut album Songs of Praise, released in January, including the rabble rousing One Rizla.

    No one sounds quite like veteran Detroit-raised soul singer Bettye Lavette - she made her debut as a 16-year-old in the early 60s. She performs a Bob Dylan song from her album of Dylan covers Things Have Changed, accompanied by Jools. Plan B or Ben Drew performs songs from his fourth album since his debut back in 2006, Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose, that mixes soul and ragga influences in a vital stew. Now in their 50th year on the road, step forward the Bay Area's mighty Tower of Power, who finally make their BBC TV debut with their soul-funk brass attack mixing 70s classics and songs from a new album, Soul Side of Town. Introducing teenage British singer-songwriter Jade Bird from Hexham, Northumberland, who captured hearts and minds at music industry festival SXSW earlier this year and makes her TV debut performing solo.

    Performing totally live in the circle of dreams for one night only, Jools brings the magic.

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    22:45- 23:45

    Guests include Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Dua Lipa, Saz'iso, Superorganism, Aimee Mann, Jose Feliciano and Amadou & Mariam.

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    21:45- 22:45

    Guests include Stereophonics, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Moses Sumney, Richard Thompson and Japanese pianist extraordinaire Hiromi.

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    21:45- 22:45

    Joining Jools for his musical buffet this week are north London's grunge shapeshifters Wolf Alice, with tracks from their new album Visions of a Life - the follow-up to their Mercury- and Grammy-nominated Top 10 debut My Love Is Cool. The band describe their new album, recorded in LA, as 'stylistically broad' because it flits between dreampop and rage-filled punk tracks featuring frontwoman Ellie Roswell's distinctive screaming vocal.

    Also making a welcome return from Brooklyn with their first material in five years are indie rockers Grizzly Bear, with a number or two from their latest LP Painted Ruins, which sees the band move away from their dark, moody material for more pop-oriented stylings, demonstrated on their lead single Mourning Sound.

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    21:30- 22:30

    Robert Plant returns to the studio to perform songs from his 11th studio album Carry Fire, which he will be touring in the UK in November. Album and tour find Plant teamed up again with his band The Sensational Shape Shifters, in a set of songs that combines some haunting tribal rhythms with Plant's customary inventive flair and sense of urgency.

    US singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist St Vincent performs her lovelorn track New York solo at the piano from her upcoming and much-anticipated fifth album Masseduction. Also in the studio to perform a number or two from his recently released uplifting second album, Wake Up Now, is Wiltshire-based Nick Mulvey.

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    22:00- 23:00

    Joining Jools for this week's musical merry-go-round are Brooklyn's The National, who made their debut on the show back in 2005 and have just scored their first number one album with their seventh collection Sleep Well Beast, with songs like Day I Die and The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness, that find the band tackling oncoming middle age and the state of the world with their customary inventive melancholy.

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    21:30- 22:30

    Joining Jools is the now solo Liam Gallagher, who has been reminding the world of his indomitable rock 'n' roll spirit and how to rock a parka since his comeback at Glastonbury this summer. Gallagher and his band perform songs from his debut solo album As You Were, including lead track Wall of Glass.

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    12:00- 13:00
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    11:00- 12:00
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    22:05- 23:05

    Joining Jools on the sixth show of the series is St Andrews-raised singer-songwriter KT Tunstall, who plays a couple of songs from her recent album Kin, a major return to form with rousing melodies and a new positive spirit.

    From Birmingham, Alabama, the retro-soul stylings of the Stax-influenced St Paul & The Broken Bones, led by the extraordinary vocals of Paul Janeway, with songs from their second album Sea of Noise.

    London electro-pop four piece Teleman make their debut on the show with a couple of tunes from their much acclaimed LP Brilliant Sanity.

    Also making her debut on the show is Canadian-born singer-songwriter Haley Bonar, who makes piercing, contemplative songs with pop sensibilities. Her latest album Impossible Dream looks at the ways we learn to live within our own skin and try to look back with as little regret as possible.

    Making their debut on the show a mere 57 years after they launched - step forward and shimmy 5-piece vocal harmony legends The Temptations, who are lead by original member Otis Williams. Williams's Temps will reprise a couple of their classic hits around Jools's piano.

    The Temps are on the eve of a major British tour with fellow Motown legends The Four Tops, who first came together in 1953! The last original member and current leader of The Four Tops Duke Fakir chats to Jools about the quartet's glory years.

    Making their TV debut is Let's Eat Grandma, an experimental pop outfit from Norwich consisting of best friends Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton. Singers and multi-instrumentalists, the two teenagers have been making music together since they were thirteen and their music possesses a childlike, eerie, almost unsettling quality, and their debut album I, Gemini has been described as 'a freaky and surreal debut'.

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    22:05- 23:05

    Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Joining Jools are The Pretenders, led by the inimitable Chrissie Hynde. They play tracks from their upcoming ninth studio album Alone, their first since 2008. Joining them will be the record's producer, Dan 'The Black Keys' Auerbach. Two black British artists are making their TV debuts on the show tonight. Londoner Samm Henshaw is shaping up to be a new star of British rock and soul. South London unsigned singer and rapper Ray BLK has grown out of the British grime scene and has been getting a lot of attention for her soulful and honest R&B tracks. Also making their debut on the show are Empire of the Sun, the collaboration between Luke Steele, of alternative rock act The Sleepy Jackson, and Nick Littlemore, of electronic dance outfit Pnau. They showcase a couple of tracks from their much anticipated third album Two Vines. And chatting to Jools is Paul Rodgers, original member of Free and Bad Company.

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    22:05- 23:05

    Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Joining Jools are Glasgow rock band Twin Atlantic, who are making their Later... debut following their recently released fourth album GLA. Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow has reinvented himself for his third album We Move, which finds him baring his soul and his unique falsetto in the fractured R&B and trip hop territory of the likes of The Weeknd. Nu skool old school southern rock comes from Georgia's Blackberry Smoke, who are about to release their fifth album Like An Arrow. French-American chanteuse Madeleine Peyroux returns to the show with songs from her new album of standards and covers Secular Hymns, which finds her working in a live trio with guitarist Jon Herington and bassist Barak Mori. Returning to the show as a solo artist is Tom Chaplin, known for being the frontman of the hugely successful British band Keane. Chaplin is on the cusp of releasing his debut album The Wave.

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    22:00- 23:00

    Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Joining Jools on the third show of the series and making his Later... debut is Bee Gee Barry Gibb, who will be performing a track or two from his upcoming second solo album In the Now, which he co-wrote with his sons Stephen and Ashley. Barry and his band will also treat us to one or two Bee Gees classics. Returning to the show is Norah Jones, who is on the cusp of releasing her sixth solo album Day Breaks, which finds her returning to the piano and her roots. Slaves made their debut on the show back in 2014 and return to rip through a couple of numbers from their second studio album Take Control, which was produced by former Beastie Boy Michael 'Mike D' Diamond. Singer-songwriter Declan McKenna performs a couple of tracks from his soon-to-come debut album, which is he working on with producer James Ford. Performing solo, Lisa Hannigan has just released her third album At Swim.

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    22:05- 23:05

    Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Jools invites another eclectic mix of music into his quadrangle of quality, including national treasures Madness, who are about to release their 12th studio album Can't Touch Us Now. Squaring up to Camden's nutty boys is a son of Wimbledon - Jamie Alexander Treays, better known as Jamie T, with Trick, his second album in two years. Calming things down is singer-songwriter Beth Orton, who has dramatically reinvented the folktronica of her earliest work with the electronica of sixth album Kidsticks. Introducing the commanding falsetto of new US R&B leading man Gallant. Christopher Gallant's debut album Ology blends slow beats with some alt-rock influences. Also introducing Rag'n'Bone Man, a big bruiser of a man from Uckfield near Brighton, with his debut single, the tender Human, a piano ballad which manages to be both vulnerable and threatening at the same time.

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    22:05- 23:05

    Later...with Jools Holland returns for its 49th series with the sort of exclusives that makes it the key taste-making destination in music television.

    Nashville's Kings of Leon return to Jools' theatre of dreams with their first album in three years, Walls, which finds them re-energised and returning to the anthemic sound and classic songwriting of their best work, thanks in part to producer Markus Dravs.

    Jack White has appeared on the show with the White Stripes, The Raconteurs, Dead Weather, and recently toured and fronted not one but two bands of different genders, but now he makes his solo acoustic debut, re-interpreting songs from his back catalogue - many of which are previously unreleased, ahead of a whole album collecting acoustic work from 1988-2016.

    Multi-Grammy award winning Sting has sold over 100 million albums and has been touring the past two years with both Paul Simon and Peter Gabriel, but he's also found time to make his first straight-ahead rock 'n' roll album in many a year. 57th & 9th refers to the street he crossed on his way to the New York studio where he recorded this thirteenth solo work, showcasing Sting at his canniest and most direct as displayed in new single, I Can't Stop Thinking About You, which echoes his work with The Police.

    Stir into that, the dark R 'n' B of LA's Banks, who's about to release her second album The Altar, and Antibes-grown LA based Frenchman Anthony Gonzalez's band M83 with the delightful 80s inflected disco dream pop of seventh studio album Junk and you've got the kind of mix that only Jools can provide, all quality, no filler.

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    22:35- 23:35
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    21:00- 22:00

    Joining Jools in the last studio session of the series are Kevin Parker's Tame Impala, who won Best International Group at this year's Brit Awards for 2015 album Currents. Biffy Clyro return with tunes from their seventh album Ellipsis, which has all the melody, power and musical complexity that we've come to expect from the Scottish trio. Singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka previews the big soul sound of his second album Love and Hate. And introducing the punk-jazz of Brooklyn-based trio Moon Hooch, who peddle horns, drums and party in their unique and noisy blend of what they like to call cave music. James Blake returns to the show fresh from collaborating with Beyonce on her Lemonade album with songs from his album The Colour of Anything. And introducing singer-songwriter Lera Lynn, whose latest album Resistor is a noirish blend of late-night atmospherics, tough rock n roll and sparse poetry.

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    21:00- 22:00

    The Last Shadow Puppets perform tracks from their chart-topping album Everything You've Come to Expect. Bonnie Raitt returns to the show to run through some of the songs from her recently released twentieth album Dig in Deep, which features a healthy dose of the signature slide work from the woman Rolling Stone named one of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time. Malian kora player Ballake Sissoko and French cellist Vincent Segal have pulled two seemingly incompatible instruments together to great effect on their second album together. NAO makes her TV debut with her neo-soul, electro and R&B sound that has already seen her nominated for a MOBO award. Another act making their debut on the show are Dinosaur Jr. They earned themselves a reputation as one of the formative influences on US alt-rock in the 80s and early 90s. Completing the line-up is Zucchero, credited as the 'father of the Italian blues'.

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    21:00- 22:00

    Joining Jools on the fifth show of this run is ultimate frontman Iggy Pop, who makes his live debut on the show with tracks from his recent and 17th studio album Post Pop Depression. Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders join Iggy. French rock 'n' roll chanteuse Lou Doillon is in the studio with her band to perform a couple of numbers from her second album Lay Low. Also on the show is Jamaican reggae revival/hip-hop star Protoje. He and his eight-piece band run through tracks from his current album Ancient Future. Graham Nash launches his sixth solo album This Path Tonight, his first in 14 years, which is produced by Shane Fontayne - who joins Graham in an acoustic duo for this performance. Finishing the line-up are indie pop band Blossoms and Tennessee-based Margo Price.

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    22:35- 23:35

    Joining Jools is Captain Rock, Richard Ashcroft, Sir Elton John, Corinne Bailey Rae, Kronos Quartet, Bloc Party, Shakey Graves

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    21:00- 22:00

    Joining Jools on the third show of this current run and making their debut on the show is the British electronic group Underworld, who recently returned with their first studio album in six years entitled Barbara Barbara, We Face A Shining Future.

    Karl Hyde and Rick Smith will perform a couple of tracks from the album along with their classic 1996 anthem ‘Born Slippy.NUXX'.

    Also on the show and making their debut are Denver-based folk pop trio The Lumineers, whose irresistible anthem Ho Hey became one of the tunes of 2012. They now return with their follow up, Cleopatra, which is the result of three years of non-stop touring, six months of secluded writing in a small house in Denver, and two months of recording in the rural isolation of Woodstock.

    British post-punk band led by French-born Jehnny Beth, Savages return to the show following their debut back in 2012, with tracks from their recent album Adore Life, the follow-up to their Mercury nominated debut Silence Yourself.

    Making his TV debut is London-based producer and singer Rationale, whose rich baritone voice combined with his slick, synth-led soulful songs have been garnering him attention since he started mysteriously posting them online last year.

    Chatting to Jools at the piano is US singer Ronnie Spector, known for being lead singer of the iconic 60s R&B/pop girl group The Ronettes, who has recorded an album as a love letter to 60s Britain, covering songs by the likes of The Kinks, The Animals and many others.

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    21:00- 22:00

    US jazz singer songwriter Gregory Porter, who following his debut on the show back in 2011 has gone on to achieve critical and commercial success with his Liquid Spirit LP going Top 10 in the UK, which also won him a Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal. He returns to the show to perform tracks from his follow-up Take Me To The Alley.

    Back in September 2015 in a recording studio in London, Mumford & Sons joined up with acclaimed Senegalese musician Baaba Maal and London/Malawi duo The Very Best to record together for a South African release. They followed it up earlier this year with six shows together across South Africa and they will all be reuniting in Maidstone to perform on the show.

    Making her UK TV debut is Nantes-born Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and The Queens. Moving to London after finishing her studies in 2010, Letissier found herself drawn to the performing arts underworld of Soho, where she met the drag queens of Madame JoJo's, who inadvertently helped birth her musical project. She has grown to become a huge mainstream star in her native France, and is known for her energetic and visually arresting live shows, which see her interact with four male dancers and a shadowy four-piece band. She - and they - will be showing off her dance-art-pop sound and style on the show.

    From Sunderland and making their Later… debut are Field Music, who are essentially brothers David and Peter Brewis. Over their 11-year history, they have released six albums, and were nominated for the Mercury Prize in 2012. They will be playing a couple of tracks from their most recent LP, Commontime, which saw them crack the UK Top 40 for the first time, along with garnering a raft of glowing reviews.

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    21:00- 22:00

    Joining Jools on the first show of a brand new series is Birmingham-born Laura Mvula, who returns to the show following her debut in 2013 with tracks from her upcoming second album, The Dreaming Room, which builds on the rich sound of her big-selling debut Sing To The Moon and sees her working with the likes of Nile Rodgers and Miles Davis collaborator John Scofield.

    Jools also welcomes legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon for a rare solo appearance as he launches his latest solo album, Stranger To Stranger, on the eve of a major American tour. He'll be performing a new song and a classic.

    From East London, acclaimed British grime MC, KANO first appeared on the show back in 2007 and he returns to the Later… studio to run through tracks from his recent Top 10 album ‘Made In The Manor', his first album in six years and his fifth long player to date which has been described as 'as much a love letter to his East End roots as it is a forensic portrayal of inner city England today, with just the merest hint of dark prophecy about what trouble may lie round the corner...'

    Making his debut on the show is Nashville singer songwriter and guitarist Jason Isbell. A former member of alt-country band Drive By Truckers, who has been having great success since going solo in 2007 and he will be performing a couple of tracks from his recent fifth album ‘Something More Than Free', which not only went Top 20 in the UK, but saw mainstream success in the US going Top five as well as winning two Grammy awards.

    Returning to the Later... with Jools studio is Florida-raised soul singer extraordinaire Charles Bradley, whose star has been on the rise since his debut album was released back in 2011 when he was in his late 60s He and his band will be playing numbers from his third album, Changes, which sees ‘The Screaming Eagle of Soul' take on Black Sabbath's 1972 classic track and transform it into a bruised, beaten-down anthem for the broken-hearted.

    Completing the line-up are Boston's harmony-driven and hard-gigging Lake Street Dive who will be making their UK TV debut. Lead by vocalist Rachael Price, their new album Side Pony, develops their swing-jazz take on the 60s of Motown and The Beatles.