Jonathan Swain plays music including Martinu's Cello Concerto No 1.
Jonathan Swain focuses on recordings by 2016 Proms artist Bernard Haitink.
James Jolly focuses on the music of Prokofiev and his circle.
James Jolly plays music associated with the Orpheus story.
Jonathan Swain introduces American music, including John Adams's Grand Pianola Music.
Jonathan Swain introduces a mass by Victoria and Tippett's Symphony No 2.
Jonathan Swain's choice of music includes Britten's Missa Brevis, Op 63.
James Jolly presents music with Polish connections including Bach, Gorecki and Szymanowski
James Jolly introduces composers' last works, including Strauss and Schumann.
Jonathan Swain explores musical fantasies and fantasias, from Gibbons to Tippett.
Jonathan Swain with music depicting sorcery and magic, by Caldara, Ligeti, Dukas, Janacek.
Jonathan Swain presents music including Haydn, Handel, Moscheles, Holst and Grainger.
James Jolly introduces music including Albinoni, Handel and Lepo Sumera.
James Jolly explores music for three performers and presents Elgar's In the South.
James Jolly plays music connected with Shakespeare from Nicolai to Woyrsch.
Jonathan Swain explores chant, with music including Kastalsky, Honegger and Arvo Part.
Jonathan Swain introduces a selection of works inspired by Bach.
Jonathan Swain with depictions of water and the elements. Plus selected English music.
James Jolly plays music for Easter Sunday, from medieval songs to Rachmaninov.
James Jolly introduces music from ballets by Tchaikovsky and Rameau.
Rob Cowan explores depictions of Egypt by composers including Verdi and Saint-Saens.
Rob Cowan presents music including Copland's Rodeo ballet suite.
Rob Cowan presents music for the young, plus the suite from Stravinsky's Pulcinella.
James Jolly presents music including settings of works by WH Auden.
James Jolly with Valentine's Day music from Mozart, Glinka and Handel.
Rob Cowan with preludes and fugues by Liszt, Mendelssohn, Honegger and Britten.
Rob Cown introduces music on the theme of the polonaise and folk songs, including Grainger
Rob Cowan plays Sleeping Beauty music, and explores Mozart and Salieri's connections.
James Jolly presents Beethoven's Piano Quintet, plus contemporary sounds.
James Jolly with contemporary works by Mason Bates and a Beethoven piano quartet.