Digital TV channel BBC Four is showing four special Brecon Jazz programmes in February 2008, based on recordings at the 2007 event.
Fri 1 Feb - Humphrey Lyttelton - Who Else but Humph?
This special programme explores the career of one of Britain's most well known and loved performers - a trumpeter who had the admiration of the great Louis Armstrong and is also famous for his wit and long running radio show, "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue".
Fri 8 Feb - Joe Lovano - A Life in Jazz
Profile of the American saxophonist, Joe Lovano, artist in residence at the 2007 Brecon Jazz Festival
Fri 15 Feb - Women in Jazz
Julian Joseph meets four very different female jazz musicians to understand their creativity and discuss their musical influences. Jessica Williams is an American jazz pianist who started her career playing in the clubs of San Francisco's 70's jazz scene. Rising British star Zoe Rahman is one of Britain's shining talents and Japanese performer Hiromi is causing a real stir wherever she plays. The programme also features a performance by British jazz vocalist Tina May.
Fri 22 Feb - World of Jazz
Julian Joseph meets some of the top jazz fusion acts and finds out about their musical roots. Roberto Pla's Latin Jazz Orchestra, Eduardo Niebla and Jazz Jamaica are all featured in this programme from the Brecon Jazz Festival 2007.
All programmes are 30 minutes long and will be shown at 8.30pm, possibly repeated in the early hours.
For more details, see www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour