Live from BBC Television Centre, Jools Holland presents old and new music. Brits winner Adele sings tracks from her number one album 19 and singer-songwriter James Taylor performs classic hits. Reformed 70s new-wave legends the Only Ones return to play Another Girl, Another Planet. And across the floor, fizzing with energy, Black Kids make their TV debut and there's a performance from Estelle.
Jools Holland presents old and new music live from BBC Television Centre. Goldfrapp, whose recent album the Seventh Tree has been critically acclaimed, perform their top ten hit A and E. Brighton's pop kids the Kooks return to play tracks from their second album Konk. New York-based four-piece Yeasayer debut their 'Middle-Eastern-psych-snap-gospel'. The Frames perform the track from the film Once that won them the Oscar for best song. North London's Natty performs his pop-reggae.
Jools Holland presents old and new music live from BBC Television Centre. Portishead, back after over a decade away, return to the studio to perform tracks from their new album Third. Brooklyn's Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings pop into the studio to play songs from their 100 Days, 100 Nights and The Last Shadow Puppets perform with a 12-string orchestra. Plus Toumani Diabate, singer songwriter Phil Campbell and Devotchka.
Mouth-watering half-hour taster for the traditional hour-long music programme. Joining Jools are The Charlatans, who make a welcome return to the show performing tracks from their latest album, You Cross My Path. Was Not Was will also be in the studio to perform a number or two from their album Boo!, their first for 16 years. Plus the legendary Eartha Kitt, Brandi Carlile, The Yamato Drummers from Japan and Leeds' The Pigeon Detectives make their Later debut.
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.
Jools Holland presents old and new music live from BBC Television Centre. Featuring Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Spiritualized, Emmylou Harris, The Fratellis, Santogold and Chris Difford.
Jools Holland presents old and new music live from BBC Television Centre. Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds and Jack White's The Raconteurs perform live. Sharleen Spiteri of Texas makes her solo debut showcasing tunes from her forthcoming solo debut Melody, while Wisconsin's Bon Iver, the hotly tipped Scottish outfit Glasvegas and Chatham County Line all perform in the studio. Plus Mary Wilson of The Supremes talks about the Story Of The Supremes exhibition at London's V&A.
Jools Holland presents old and new music live from BBC Television Centre. The Modfather himself, Paul Weller, performs tracks from his new double album. Plus Martha Wainwright and White Lies.