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James Jolly presents a full performance of Charles Ives's Second Symphony.
James Jolly presents music focused on gardens, by Chabrier, Janacek, Faure and Falla.
Jonathan Swain introduces music Bach, Franck and Poulenc.
Jonathan Swain focuses on music from Spain.
Jonathan Swain explores musical forests and jungles. With music by Sibelius and Dohnanyi.
James Jolly introduces music by Beethoven and Bax.
James Jolly presents Franck's Symphonic Variations and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 4.
Jonathan Swain presents music including Schubert and d'Indy.
Jonathan Swain with the Record Review Building a Library choice: Bruckner's Symphony No 3.
Jonathan Swain's Christmas selection includes music by Mozart and Ravel.
James Jolly presents music by Lassus and Lili Boulanger.
James Jolly with music inspired by Puccini's La fanciulla del West.
Jonathan Swain presents music by composers who were late bloomers.
Jonathan Swain focuses on how Bach inspired other composers.
James Jolly marks Remembrance Sunday with works by Finzi, Coles and Holst.
James Jolly showcases Benjamin Britten as composer, conductor and pianist.
Jonathan Swain presents vocal music by Janacek, Buxtehude, Tormis and Sibelius.
Jonathan Swain explores the music of Kurt Weill. Plus music by Debussy and Beethoven.
Jonathan Swain with music including William Schuman's Third Symphony.
Jonathan Swain introduces music celebrating Queen Elizabeth I and II.
James Jolly with music by youthful composers, including Britten, Mendelssohn and Bizet.
James Jolly explores how composers such as Vivaldi have depicted the seasons.
James Jolly remembers 9/11 with music of farewell and mourning.
Jonathan Swain with a Bruckner Proms preview, plus music from pianist Daniil Trifonov.
With Jonathan Swain. Including Simon Rattle's recording of Wagner's Das Rheingold.
Jonathan Swain explores different composers' ideas of midsummer, from Purcell to Tippett.
James Jolly presents music, including the Sixteen singing Purcell.
James Jolly with a focus on Proms conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen.
Jonathan Swain plays music including Martinu's Cello Concerto No 1.
Jonathan Swain focuses on recordings by 2016 Proms artist Bernard Haitink.