Later…Live with Jools Holland

10:00pm Tuesday 6 November on BBC TWO

Joining Jools on the seventh show of the series will be Seattle’s Soundgarden, whose reformation in 2010 has led to the release of new album King Animal, of which they’ll be playing a couple of tunes from.

Northern Irish trio Two Door Cinema Club return to the studio to play selections from their recently released second album, Beacon. Tremaine Aldon Neverson, or to give him his R&B name – Trey Songz – will also be in the room to perform numbers from his Chapter V album. Natasha Khan, AKA Bat For Lashes, will also be showcasing a couple of tracks from her critically acclaimed third album The Haunted Man. Sri-Lankan folk-rock singer Bhi Bhiman – whose been compared to Woody Guthrie and Bruce Springsteen – will also be in the room.

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The Later… website will feature archive performances bbc.co.uk/later

Director: Janet Fraser Crook; Series Producer: Alison Howe; Executive Producer: Mark Cooper

10:00pm Tuesday 23 October on BBC TWO

Joining Jools on the fifth show of the series will be Bloc Party, whose recent album, Four, saw the East London quartet return after a three-year break.

The legendary Dionne Warwick, who is currently celebrating the 50th anniversary of her first single release, will be in the studio with tunes from her album, Now, which sees her revisit some of her classic Bacharach & David collaborations. Cambridge-based four-piece Alt-J will be making their Later debut with numbers from their acclaimed An Awesome Wave release. Currently celebrating 40 years since School’s Out, shock-rock legend, snake-handler and guillotine owner Alice Cooper will also be on the show, with tunes from his recent Welcome 2 My Nightmare album.

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The Later… website will feature archive performances bbc.co.uk/later

Director – Janet Fraser Crook; Series Producer – Alison Howe; Executive Producer – Mark Cooper

10:00pm Tuesday 16 October on BBC TWO

Joining Jools on the fourth show of the series will be national treasures Madness, who’ve spent the summer playing at the Jubilee and Olympics.

They will be performing tracks from their brand new album, Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da. Brooklyn four-piece Grizzly Bear will return to the studio, with tunes from their new album, Shields, the follow-up to their breakthrough Veckatimest set. New Zealand-born, London-based multi-talented minstrel Willy Moon will be making his UK TV debut. Diana Krall will also be returning to the studio to perform numbers from her brand new Glad Rag Doll long player. From Zimbabwe, six-piece afro-fusion outfit Mokoomba will also be making their UK debut, with a track or two off their Rising Tide album.

The Later… website will feature archive performances – www.bbc.co.uk/later

Director: Janet Fraser Crook

Series Producer: Alison Howe

Executive Producer: Mark Cooper

10:00pm Tuesday 9 October on BBC TWO

Joining Jools on the third show of the series will be The Vaccines, bringing listeners songs from their chart-topping Come Of Age album.

The legendary John Cale will be in the studio with a couple of numbers from his new Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood album.

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten will be making her UK TV debut with a tune or two from her acclaimed Tramp album.

And Londoner Jessie Ware will also be making her Later debut with tracks from her critically acclaimed Devotion.

Director: Janet Fraser Crook

Series Producer: Alison Howe

Executive Producer: Mark Cooper

The Later… website will feature archive performances at bbc.co.uk/later

10:00pm Tuesday 25 September on BBC TWO

Later… With Jools Holland returns for series 41, celebrating its 20th anniversary with a 10-week run. The live show is on Tuesday September 25th, and the full length edition on Friday 28th.

Joining Jools on the first show of the series will be Muse, who return to the studio to showcase tunes from their brand new album The 2nd Law. Currently celebrating their 50th anniversary, The Beach Boys 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 will be Public Image Limited. The xx return to the show with a couple of numbers from their new Coexist album, the follow-up to their Mercury-winning debut; and Nottingham’s Natalie Duncan will be making her TV debut with songs from her Devil In Me set.

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The Later… website will feature archive performances bbc.co.uk/later

Director/Janet Fraser Crook, Series Producer/Alison Howe,

Executive Producer/Mark Cooper

10:00pm Tuesday 15 May on BBC TWO

Joining Jools are Dexys, who are performing tracks from their first new album in 25 years, One Day I’m Going To Soar – as well as an oldie.

South London’s Hot Chip return to the show with tracks from their fifth album, In Our Heads.

Fresh from selling a million copies of her debut album is Rumer, who returns with a number or two from her Boys Don’t Cry set and performs her latest single PF Sloan with its writer Jimmy Webb.

Ben Howard makes his Later debut with tunes from his gold-selling debut, Every Kingdom.

June Tabor and The Oysterband, who reunited after 20 years for their BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winning Ragged Kingdom album, will also be in the studio.

More artists to be confirmed.

Later… won Best TV Show Featuring Music at the 2012 Music Week Awards

The Later… website will feature archive performances – bbc.co.uk/later

Director/Janet Fraser Crook

Series Producer/Alison Howe, Executive Producer/Mark Cooper

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