Tom Service talks to Philip Glass about his opera Einstein on the Beach.
Suzy Klein presents a rare interview with Austrian conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
Tom Service on Kathleen Ferrier, Colin Currie, Duke Ellington & Benjamin Britten.
Tom Service travels to Florence to discover more about the birth of opera.
Tom Service meets Peter Gelb, general manager of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York.
Suzy Klein explores the cultural past, present and future of the Olympics.
Tom Service meets acclaimed violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter.
Richard Goode, Szymanowski, Sir Anthony Pappano & Coleridge-Taylor's opera Thelma
Tom Service on John Adams's The Death of Klinghoffer and the legacy of Charles Munch.
Tom Service explores the life and music of Delius 150 years after his birth.
Tom Service previews a Prokofiev festival in London and a performance of an opera by him.
Tom Service talks to composer Alexander Goehr about his new work for orchestra.
Presented by Tom Service. Including an interview with harpsichordist Andreas Staier.
Suzy Klein talks to soprano Renée Fleming and explores a new book on Stravinsky's ballets.
Tom Service talks to Peter Conrad about his book Verdi and/or Wagner.
Tom Service presents a special edition focusing on the symphony since 1945.
Tom Service interviews composer Thomas Larcher. Plus a biography of Dennis Brain.
Tom Service explores key issues relating to Liszt and his music.
Tom Service talks to the American composer Gunther Schuller about his musical life.
With Tom Service. The legacy of dancer Merce Cunningham; tenor Joseph Calleja interviewed.
Tom Service talks to French composer, conductor and philosopher of music Pierre Boulez.
Tom Service previews the new musical season. Plus David Pountney and Christopher Hogwood.
Tom Service travels to Russia to report on the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition.
Petroc Trelawny and guests discuss the question 'what happened to British light music?'.
Presented by Tom Service. With mezzo Ann Murray and a new opera by Nico Muhly.
Tom Service meets musicians in Aldeburgh, Huddersfield and East London.
With Tom Service. Including Andreas Scholl and a biography of Charles-Marie Widor.
Tom Service marks the 100th anniversary of Mahler's death.
Petroc Trelawny visits Reykjavik's new concert hall and talks to conductor Ilan Volkov.
Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch. Shostakovich and his quartets, 60 years of British folk.