Rob Cowan and Sarah Walker present music by female composers for International Women's Day
James Jolly presents Mozart's Piano Sonata No 9 in D, K311, plus the Sunday Supplement.
Presented by James Jolly. A series of Mozart piano sonatas continues with No 8, K310.
Rob Cowan's selection features music played by different members of the same family.
Rob Cowan focuses on rondos. Plus Peter Katin's recording of Mozart's Piano Sonata No 6.
Rob Cowan explores music of lamentation and celebration, plus Mozart's Piano Sonata No 5.
James Jolly's selection of music includes Mozart's Piano Sonata No 4 in E flat, K282.
James Jolly's selection of music includes Mozart's Piano Sonata No 3 in B flat, K281.
Rob Cowan focuses on miniature narratives in music. Plus Mozart's Piano Sonata No 2.
Rob Cowan introduces a new Sunday Supplement feature and a season of Mozart piano sonatas.
Rob Cowan presents festive music by Fanny Mendelssohn, Borodin and Waldteufel.
James Jolly's selection of music includes Haydn's String Quartet No 66 in G, Op 77.
Rob Cowan presents works by Tippett and Rachmaninov, plus Haydn's Quartet, Op 76 No 6.
Rob Cowan presents music inspired by mountains and Haydn's String Quartet, Op 76 (Largo).
Rob Cowan presents arrangements of Bach and Haydn's String Quartet, Op 76 No 4 (Sunrise).
James Jolly continues a season of Haydn quartets with No 62 in C, Op 76 (Emperor).
James Jolly continues a season of Haydn string quartets with No 61 (The Donkey).
Rob Cowan with music 'in the olden style', by Busoni, Martinu, Reger and Kreisler.
Rob Cowan plays music inspired by the national anthem, plus Sergei Taneyev's 2nd Symphony.
Rob Cowan explores how composers have explored the story of Pelleas and Melisande.
James Jolly presents Myaskovsky's Violin Concerto and recordings by Paavo Berglund.
James Jolly's selection of music includes key recordings by Charles Groves.
For Radio 3's Brahms Experience season, Rob Cowan introduces Brahms's Cello Sonata No 2.
Rob Cowan presents music focusing on the zarzuela, plus works by Szymanowski and Walton.
James Jolly explores music depictions of rivers and introduces Holst's Hymn of Jesus.
Rob Cowan presents music on the theme of myth, with Medtner, Ravel, Sibelius and Schumann.
James Jolly's selection of music includes Howells's Requiem and Nielsen's Violin Concerto.
Rob Cowan introduces choral music by Purcell and Haydn's Symphony No 84.
Rob Cowan explores works attributed to great names, though not necessarily by them.
Rob Cowan explores the czardas dance and introduces Haydn's Symphony No 94 (Surprise).