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Petroc Trelawny talks to Mike and Kate Westbrook, and Dutch baritone Henk Neven.
BBC Radio 3
Including live performances from Angela Hewitt, Kit and the Widow and Dillie Keane.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. With guests Ahmed Dickinson, Ben Wragg and Florilegium.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. Russian conductor Tugan Sokhiev, countertenor Lawrence Zazzo.
Francesco Corti and performances by folk artists including Jackie Oates and Jim Moray.
With live music from four Wigmore Hall recitalists and interview with David Bintley.
Monteverdi at ENO, pianist Noriko Ogawa and news about the 2011 Edinburgh Festival.
With music from oboist Heinz Holliger and friends, plus conductor Markus Stenz.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. With conductor Nicholas Kraemer and pianist Peter Donohoe.
Sean Rafferty presents a special edition for Red Nose Day, with Dame Edna Everage.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. With the Feinstein Ensemble and violinist Midori.
Sean Rafferty with music from cellist Sonia Wieder-Atherton and viola player Philip Dukes.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. With the Tippett Quartet, plus violinist Elizabeth Wallfisch.
Performances from the Kalichstein Laredo Robinson Trio and pianist Sergio Tiempo.
With jazz singer Wendy Nieper, and pianists Katya Apekisheva and Charles Owen.
Performances by artists from the London English Song Festival and cellist Karine Georgian.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. With Trevor Pinnock and opera star Roberto Alagna.
Sean is joined by violinist Charlie Siem and classical accordion player Djordje Gajic.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. Viola player Jennifer Stumm, and singer-guitarist Baaba Maal.
Petroc Trelawny presents a selection of music and guests from the arts world.
Petroc Trelawny with music from the Bach Players, The King's Consort and Carolyn Sampson.
With conductor Antonio Pappano and music from Poulenc's Dialogue des Carmelites.
With Hereford Cathedral director of music Geraint Bowen and pianist Boris Giltburg.