John Shea presents a concert from Warsaw, featuring Brahms, Haydn and Lutoslawski.
With Catriona Young. Including the BBC NOW under Thomas Sondergard at the 2014 Proms.
With John Shea. From Proms 2014, the Czech Philharmonic in Janacek, Dvorak and Beethoven.
Suites and arias by Rameau: Musica Aeterna, soprano Nadine Kourcher and Teodor Currentzis.
Including archive recordings by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra under Riccardo Chailly.
John Shea's selection includes Theatre of Voices performing vocal music old and new.
John Shea presents Ravel, Holt and Durufle in a concert from the 2014 Proms.
A concert of Brahms and Schumann from the Swedish Radio SO, plus Larsson's Forkladd Gud.
Catriona Young presents a concert from the 2014 Proms with the Halle under Mark Elder.
With Beethoven's Symphony No 3 arranged for piano trio and his Septet in E flat, Op 20.
Including Dvorak and Strauss with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra under Semyon Bychkov.
From Proms 2014: Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic in music including Holst and Respighi.
Catriona Young presents a concert given by the Swedish Radio Chorus.
Catriona Young's selection includes excerpts from Prokofiev and Gounod's Romeo and Juliet.
With Sinfonia Varsovia performing music by Panufnik, Vivaldi, Mozart and Beethoven.
Catriona Young's selection incldudes the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra performing Haydn
Proms 2014: Royal String Quartet and Louis Schwizgebel (piano) in Mozart, Mahler, Strauss.
Catriona Young's selection includes a Bulgarian performance of Glinka's opera Ivan Susanin
Including Ars Nova Copenhagen singing choral works to mark the coming of summer.
John Shea's selection includes Schutz's Musikalische Exequien performed by Vox Luminis.
A concert of Schumann and Brahms from the Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra.
Including Prokofiev's Sinfonia Concertante and Dvorak's Symphony No 6.
With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Charles Dutoit in Saint-Saens's Symphony No 3.
The BBC SSO and National Youth Orchestra of Scotland in concert with a Scottish theme.
Countertenor Andreas Scholl performs a variety of songs from Dowland to Billy Joel.
Jonathan Swain introduces David Zinman's final concert conducting the Zurich Tonhalle.
Including Les Arts Florissants and William Christie performing Rameau's Grands Motets.
For Norwegian national day, Jonathan Swain presents a concert by the Oslo Chamber Choir.
The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Jaime Martin perform Mendelssohn and Chaminade.
Jonathan Swain presents a fortepiano recital given by Kristian Bezuidenhout.