::Later... with Jools Holland


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Later... with Jools Holland (previously known as ...Later with Jools Holland) is a contemporary British music television show hosted by Jools Holland. A spin-off of The Late Show, it has been running in short series since 1992 and is a part of BBC Two's late-night line-up, usually at around 11 pm to 12 midnight. The day of transmission has varied, but currently it is usually recorded on a Tuesday for Friday broadcast<ref name=times>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=news }}</ref> and features a mixture of both established and new musical artists, from solo performers to bands and larger ensembles.

The show is considered an institution, having notched up millions of fans around the world.<ref>Traynor, Cian. "Backstage with the ringmaster". The Irish Times. 29 April 2011. Archived 23 October 2012 at the Wayback Machine</ref> It is currently broadcast in America on Palladia; previously it has been shown on Ovation, BBC America, Fuse, and Dave. The Ovation and Fuse broadcasts leave out several performances (and usually one or two performers entirely) to air commercials within a one-hour timeslot. It is also shown in Australia on the UKTV channel and ABC2, in Canada on HIFI and AUX TV, in Germany on ZDFkultur, in Spain on Canal+ Xtra, in Croatia on HRT 2 and in Belgium, France, Portugal, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates on iConcerts HD.

The 200th programme was broadcast on 1 February 2008.<ref name=Guardian200 >{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=news }} </ref> The 250th edition was broadcast in September 2010.

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