Music and poetry inspired by utopia, marking the 500th anniversary of Thomas More's book.
With music by Tippett, Puccini and Chopin and readings by Imogen Stubbs and Simon Shepherd
Anna Chancellor and Julian Rhind-Tutt in prose and poetry evocative of tanglewood jungles.
From cowboys to Copland with Kerry Shale and Amelia Lowdell way out west.
Texts and music about living in the frozen north. Readers: Bill Paterson and Janie Dee.
Texts and music related to the North Pole. Readers: Olivia Williams and Charles Edwards.
Texts and music exploring hallucinations. Readers: Samantha Bond, Stephen Campbell Moore.
Sequence of poetry, prose and music telling the story of St Cecilia, patron saint of music
Texts and music on the theme of rule-breaking. Readers: Joseph Millson and Naomi Frederick
For Free Thinking 2015, texts and music on the theme of 'tearing up the rulebook'.
Texts and music on the theme of islands. Readers: Kate Fleetwood and Dominic Mafham.
A sequence of music, poetry and prose celebrating one of the oldest musical arts.
A selection of poetry, prose and music exploring the relationship of father and son.
Texts and music on the theme of the power of music. With Tamsin Greig and Alex Jennings.
Texts and music celebrating literature and song from the Asian subcontinent.
Texts and music about fish and fishing, with readings by Emma Fielding and Michael Simkins
Texts and music about open spaces, with readers Alexandra Gilbreath and Steve Toussaint.
Texts and music on the theme of fugues, with readings by Adjoa Andoh and Peter Marinker.
Poetry, prose and music associated with places on the way from Land's End to John O'Groats
Works by some of the metaphysical poets. Readers: Greta Scacchi and Christopher Eccleston.
Texts and music about deserts and springs. Readers: Sylvestra Le Touzel and Samuel Barnett
Poetry and music inspired by the skylark, with readers Carolyn Pickles and Adrian Lukis.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music evoking summer in France, Italy and Spain.
Texts and music centring on conversations, with readers Catherine Harvey and Jamie Parker.
A sequence of texts and music celebrating Britain's summer sports.
Texts and music inspired by the love between women. Readers: Diana Quick and Sophie Ward.
A sequence of poetry and music to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the poet WB Yeats.
Texts and music on the theme of clocks and timekeeping. With Toby Jones and Romola Garai.
Texts and music exploring the themes in Kafka. Readers: Rory Kinnear and Juliet Stevenson.
Texts and music inspired by the god Pan, with readings by Haydn Gwynne and Anton Lesser.