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Australian music is on high-rotation all week on ABC Jazz. But why not a dedicated playlist to the unique tradition and musical personalities from Down Under?

Jazztrack Mal Stanley

Mal Stanley brings you the best jazz from Australia and around the world. On-air Saturday & Sunday at 5pm, repeated Tuesday & Wednesday at 2pm & 9pm.

Jessica Nicholas ABC Jazz

Jessica ranges widely across the jazz spectrum, with an emphasis on contemporary artists and current releases from Australia and abroad. On-air Thursday at 2pm, repeated Sunday at noon.

Keep on top of the most recent trends in the jazz scene, with a mix of the latest albums to hit the ABC Jazz desk...

Exploring the favourite music of the musicians themselves... hear what inspires and influences them. Talking Jazz is no longer broadcast.

Join us each Thursday night at 9pm as we broadcast live jazz, here on ABC Jazz.

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Broadcast:
Sun 14 May 5:00pm
Wed 17 May 2:00pm
Wed 17 May 9:00pm

Lots of new music on this episode, including tunes by Melbourne pianist Nathan Liow, as well as the German piano player Florian Ross.

Broadcast:
Sat 13 May 5:00pm
Tue 16 May 2:00pm
Tue 16 May 9:00pm

On this epiosde, we're revisiting a memorable live album from the great Paul Desmond, and a rendition of his most famous composition: 'Take Five.'

Broadcast:
Thu 11 May 9:00pm

Join us this Thursday as we revisit a classic live album from Stan Getz and Kenny Barron - captured in 1991 in Copenhagen.

Broadcast:
Thu 11 May 2:00pm
Sun 14 May 12:00pm

This week's show is brimming with Scandinavian sounds, including recent releases from Norway & Denmark along with a rare vintage recording.

Bernie McGann
Broadcast:
Mon 8 May 9:00pm
Fri 12 May 2:00pm

We kick off this week's Aussie jazz playlist with music from the late great Bernie McGann and his 2012 double album 'Wending.'

Broadcast:
Sun 7 May 5:00pm
Wed 10 May 2:00pm
Wed 10 May 9:00pm

UK saxophonist Denys Baptiste takes an in-depth look at John Coltrane's later works from his iconic Impulse! Records catalogue.

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