Tom Service talks to Viktoria Mullova, and Sara Mohr-Pietsch considers female composers.
Tom Service in an in-depth interview with conductor Kent Nagano.
Petroc Trelawny talks to conductor Kirill Karabits and discusses the life of Hanns Eisler.
Petroc Trelawny discusses Classical Opera's Mozart in London. Plus a new book on Delius.
With Tom Service. Including Nico Muhly, Hans Krasa's Brundibar and Hans Gal's diary.
Tom Service meets pianist Kirill Gerstein and profiles harpsichordist Ralph Kirkpatrick.
Tom Service visits the new Philharmonie de Paris and hears from conductor Elgar Howarth.
Tom Service presents an extended conversation with composer and conductor Oliver Knussen.
Tom Service is joined by countertenor Philippe Jaroussky and entrepreneur Peter Millican.
Tom Service reviews three new books on music and a CD of Debussy songs.
Tom Service meets opera, theatre and festival director Peter Sellars.
Tom Service presents. With Pierre-Laurent Aimard and a new book on Venezuela's El Sistema.
Tom Service on a Handel biography, a Karajan documentary and a celebration of the viola.
Tom Service with Idil Biret, Lies and Epiphanies, Harry Partch and a Postcard from China.
Conductor Riccardo Chailly talks to Tom Service about his life and career in music.
Petroc Trelawny reviews Idomeneo, talks to Jan Swafford & Nelson Freire plus Anna Meredith
A debate about how far knowledge can enhance musical understanding and appreciation.
Tom Service hears from Nikolai Lugansky and Nathalie Stutzmann. Plus Adolphe Sax's legacy.
With Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Jane Bathori, Colin and David Matthews, and Claude Vivier.
Tom Service interviews Sir Antonio Pappano, music director of the Royal Opera House.
With The Girl of the Golden West, Edward Gardner and Vaughan Williams/English music drama.
Petroc Trelawny marks Andrzej Panufnik's centenary. Plus a tribute to Christopher Hogwood.
Tom Service presents a special edition focusing on French composer Jean-Philippe Rameau.
Tom Service visits Riga in Latvia, European Capital of Culture 2014.
A special edition live from Glyndebourne asking 'why does opera matter today?'.
Tom Service on the legacy of World War I in music, plus Martin and Eliza Carthy together.
Tom Service talks to Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and Sir Harrison Birtwistle.
Tom Service with a special edition marking the 150th anniversary Richard Strauss's birth.
Benvenuto Cellini, Peter Gelb, Lawrence Zazzo and Crowd Out. Presented by Tom Service.
Tom Service presents an extended interview with tenor Jonas Kaufmann.