All that Jazz

TV show for Freedman's Mundo

Dan Freedman has landed a TV show in the guise of his Panamanian musician character Mundo Jazz.

The one-off show - The History Of Music According To Mundo Jazz - promises to cover the entire suject in 29 minutes.

Dan's long-time collaborator Nick Romero also appears in the show as Brazilian percussionist, Bingo St Helens.

The pair first worked together on Loose Ends, and had their own Radio 4 show called The Wilderness Years.

Recording of the new show is at west London's TV Centre on September 22. For free tickets, click here.

Published: 6 Aug 2001

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