Featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra with special guests live in concert.
Ken Bruce presents songs from musicals at the Chichester Festival Theatre.
Mark the sixtieth anniversary of the Guinness Book of World Records.
Ken Bruce presents a selection of highlights from the past year.
Anneka Rice and Michael Praed host a celebration of Rodgers and Hammerstein's shows.
Craig Revel Horwood reflects on his life on stage as a choreographer and director.
Ken Bruce presents a selection of classical pop from Saffron Hall in Essex.
Celebrating the great choreographers of stage and screen.
Music of a supernatural style for the Friday Night Halloween special.
Clare Teal, Graham Bickley and Curtis Stigers present a celebration of Nelson Riddle.
Ken Bruce presents another Ten Pieces, this selection aimed at secondary school children.
Friday Night is Music Night celebrates Pavarotti's greatest hits.
Friday Night Is Music Night commemorates the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Live from Biggin Hill, a concert marking the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Ken Bruce hosts a concert ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Suzy Klein presents the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under Thomas Sondergard.
The BBC Concert Orchestra under Stephen Bell at Snape Maltings Concert Hall.
Clare Teal, Guy Barker and Winston Rollins tell the story of the birth of swing.
Celebrating the magic of the musicals from the King's Lynn Festival.
The BBC Concert Orchestra under Richard Balcombe in scores written for cinematic swordsmen
The BBC Concert Orchestra celebrates the six nominees for Museum of the Year.
Barney Harwood presents scores inspired by great children's stories.
BBC Concert Orchestra and London Swing Orchestra celebrate 500 years of dance music.
Kurt Elling, Anthony Strong, Clare Teal and the BBC Concert Orchestra celebrate Sinatra.
Paul Gambaccini hosts a special space-themed concert featuring favourites from TV and film
The BBC Concert Orchestra under Mike Dixon and guests celebrate the life of Billie Holiday
Ken Bruce and the BBC Concert Orchestra under Gavin Sutherland celebrate Ron Goodwin.
A symphonic spectacular, with Graham Bickley, Mary Carewe, Alison Jiear and Emma Kershaw.
Cast members past and present celebrate 30 years of EastEnders.
Ken Bruce presents a concert marking the launch of the BBC Light Programme in 1945.