Suzy Klein hosts a Sunday morning full of music and musicians with festival connections.
Suzy Klein explores the significance of the number five in music.
As Americans celebrate the 4th of July, Suzy Klein offers a stateside selection of music.
Suzy Klein surveys musical landscapes, presenting music by Vaughan Williams and Wagner.
Suzy Klein on musicians who have had other careers and passions, including Mussorgsky.
Suzy Klein celebrates the Radio 3 New Generation Artists scheme with Daniela Lehner.
Suzy Klein presents a musical journey following the Orient Express from Paris to Istanbul.
Suzy Klein presents music connected to architecture, from Mozart, Berlioz and Monteverdi.
Suzy Klein on the musical character of metals - brass, steel, gold, silver and platinum.
Suzy Klein focuses on musical heroes and villains. With Beethoven, Strauss and Wagner.
Suzy Klein explores musical welcomes, from Janacek, Mendelssohn, Beethoven and Bach.
In his last Sunday Morning programme, Iain Burnside contemplates musical farewells.
Iain Burnside explores the musical life of Paris. Music includes Ravel and Rameau.
Iain Burnside explores the influence of technology in music over the centuries.
Iain Burnside explores the subject of faith in music.
Iain Burnside considers musical patronage, focusing on Haydn, Bach and Liszt.
Iain Burnside explores the rich and diverse musical life of Australia.
Iain Burnside explores the tonal properties and the wider cultural resonances of wood.
Suzy Klein is joined by writer and journalist Alex Ross to discuss 20th-century music.
Iain Burnside investigates how composers have explored ideas of colour in their music.
Suzy Klein and film-maker John Bridcut discuss musicians' relationship with film.
An exploration of ideas of north and south in music
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Iain Burnside on how performance on period instruments affects our appreciation of music.
Iain Burnside explores the number four in music.
Suzy Klein explores musical revolutions, focusing on Paris and Vienna.
Suzy Klein celebrates the role that great teachers and mentors play. Music by Liszt, Bach.
Suzy Klein starts 2010 with a celebration of the delights of the table.
Iain Burnside and Suzy Klein with guests Joanna MacGregor, James Bowman and Tarik O'Regan.
Iain Burnside presents a piquant take on Christmas and its music. With Kate Williams.
Iain Burnside with music from Canadian musicians such as Glenn Gould and Oscar Peterson.