Later… with Jools Holland: What time is the BBC on TV tonight

Later… with Jools Holland she celebrated her 30th birthday this month after debuting on the small screen in 1992.

The popular BBC Two series has over 60 series and over 450 episodes since its launch. The show returned to television last weekend and took its usual place on a Saturday night.

Marcus Mumford and Nigerian star Berna Boye will be the main guests later… with Jules Holland tonight (October 8). But who else will join them in the program and how long will the episode be broadcast?

What time later.. with Jools Holland on TV tonight?

The popular series is back for Series 61 this past weekend. 1975 were the main guests as the show aired on October 1.

Later… with Jools Holland it continues broadcasting on Saturday nights, including tonight (October 8). The final episode will start at 9.40pm and is estimated to last 44 minutes according to the BBC’s website.

What channel is next… with Jools Holland and it’s on iPlayer?

The popular program has been a staple of BBC Two since its launch in October 1992. Thirty years later it continues to air on the channel.

Series 61 will be available to watch on BBC Two on Saturday nights, including tonight (October 8). However, if you can’t watch the episode live, it will be available on BBC iPlayer “soon after the broadcast”.

Who plays with Marcus Mumford?

Musical guests were later announced… with Jules Holland tonight (8 October) by the BBC. Mumford and Sons lead singer will present Marcus Mumford, who recently released his first (self-titled) solo album.

Playing alongside him is the Nigerian international superstar Burna Boy. He is best known for songs like On the Low, Last Last, andor My Hand (with Ed Sheeran).

The other guests performing later… with Jules Holland on Saturday will be south London rapper Willie Karner, the all-star quartet The Big Moon and the three-piece PVA band. All five guests will participate throughout the episode on BBC Two.

Jules Holland is an ambassador for the Music for All Charitableoundation. Photo: Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images.

Who are the guests for later.. with Jules Holland next week?

The BBC has already announced that musical artists will be taking part in the program on October 15. It comes before the second episode of the series, which will air tonight (October 1).

Guests will be later… with Jools Holland next week as follows: Jools welcome Raye, Phoenix, Paul Heaton, Jacqui Abbott, Dermot Kennedy and Angeline Morrison. The episode is scheduled to begin at 9:30 p.m. on October 15.

How did Jools Holland celebrate the 30th anniversary of his show?

Later… as Jools Holland celebrates 30 years on the air with a concert night at Eventim Apollo in West London. It was held earlier this week on Wednesday (October 5th) and the show was attended by 3,000 fans.

Mainstream BBC Two has seen 60 series and more than 450 episodes since its launch on October 8, 1992. The line-up was kept secret until night but organizers said it would feature “a typical exciting mix of artists from different eras and musical worlds”, many of whom will appear on the show over the years.

Later… with Jools Holland she played an important role in launching talent in the UK, where all the work was shown as guests such as Adele, Stormzy, Amy Winehouse, Taylor Swift and Alicia Keys.

Holland, 64, said: “It is unbelievable that this year my show marked its 30th birthday. It is a testament to the great power of music that we continue to enjoy, and we are now the longest running international music show on Earth.

“I am delighted and honored that we will be celebrating this huge achievement with a special one-off event at the fantastic Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, the scene of many legendary musical moments.”

BBC Director of Music Lorna Clark said: “The BBC’s commitment to live music remains strong and in a year that has seen the resurgence of live music performance, I am so proud that after an incredible 30 years later… with Jules Holland still busy revealing about the stars of tomorrow as well as showcasing some of the world’s best-loved musicians, all to entertain the BBC’s music-loving viewers at home.”