David Lloyd talks to Trevor Dann about his report for RadioCentre into small-scale commercial radio and community stations, and the Round Table returns.
Trevor Dann is back with May's discussion about radio. Joining him are Chloe Straw, David Hepworth and Nick Pitts, recorded at Jazz FM in London.
Jazz FM is broadcasting live once again from the Love Supreme Jazz Festival at Glynde Place in East Sussex.
A new schedule at Jazz FM sees Helen Mayhew move on from Dinner Jazz and Clare Anderson's Late Lounge come to an end.
Jazz FM is looking for the nation's favourite Frank Sinatra songs as it asks listeners to help create the ultimate collection.
The Telegraph described it as the jazz answer the Glastonbury, as Jazz FM's Love Supreme Jazz Festival attracts 22,000 fans.
Jazz FM is planning its own coverage of the election this Friday morning with a live mix of swing, jazz and blues.
Jazz FM’s 25th birthday celebrations continue over the Easter weekend with a special programme about Dudley Moore.
Jazz FM is celebrating its 25th anniversary today by playing highlights from the station's archive
Online financial trader CMC Markets is the new partner of the Business Breakfast on Jazz FM.
Jazz FM has teamed up with global foreign exchange broker Alpari UK to create The Alpari Business Breakfast.
Former Classic FM presenter Jamie Crick is joining Jazz FM to guest present ‘The Performance Series’.
Former BBC Radio 2, Smooth and Capital presenter Lynn Parsons is taking over the breakfast show on Jazz FM.
Digital Jazz FM has co-hosted a three day jazz and soul festival in East Sussex, attended by 20,000 people.
John Osborne is taking over the breakfast show on Jazz FM, replacing Chris Phillips who is moving to mid-mornings.