Audio curator James Errington is joined by jazz historian Joe Moore to discuss the astonishing year of 1917, when a new music called “Jass” or “Jaz” or “Jazz” swept the world, changing it forever. A genuinely astonishing time for music, brought to life with contemporary archive sounds.
You can listen to the show live on 105fm in Cambridge, on DAB digital, on the Cambridge 105 website here, or on any good radio apps.
I mean, you could have, it’s too late to listen live now. But no worries, you can still listen here: