2/5 Muslim academic Mona Siddiqui explores the second section of the Lord's Prayer.
BBC Radio 3
1/5 Author Ali Smith discusses the first lines of the Lord's Prayer.
5/5 Radio 3 presenter Sara Mohr-Pietsch celebrates 12th-century composer Hildegard of Bingen. (R)
4/5 Radio 3 presenter Martin Handley celebrates English composer Malcolm Arnold. (R)
3/5 Radio 3 presenter Lucie Skeaping celebrates Shakespeare's contemporary Thomas Ravenscroft. (R)
2/5 Radio 3 presenter Tom Service celebrates the music of Scots-inspired composer Arnold Bax. (R)
1/5 Sarah Walker celebrates English experimentalist composer John White. (R)
5/5 Martin Gayford describes his encounters with pianist Jimmy Rowles.
4/5 Martin Gayford recalls the lessons that he learnt from meeting saxophonist Sonny Rollins.
3/5 Martin Gayford remembers revealing telephone conversations with cornettist Ruby Braff.
2/5 Martin Gayford recalls his meetings with British-American pianist Marian McPartland.
1/5 Martin Gayford recalls touring with octogenarian trumpeter Doc Cheatham.
5/5 Philip Hoare describes how he used to avoid the water before overcoming his reticence.
4/5 Kamila Shamsie describes a time with friends in Byron Bay, Australia.
3/5 Marcus O'Dair describes swimming in Ullswater in the Lake District with his mother.
2/5 Antonia Quirke describes a dip in the south Pacific that reminded her of darker waters.
1/5 Christopher Hope describes swimming in outdoor pools in Pretoria during his youth.
5/5 Helen Wallace on Betty Freeman, perhaps the greatest patron of modern classical music.
4/5 Discussing Mary Gladstone, daughter of William, who brought music to Downing Street.
3/5 Bethany Bell on the life of Leopoldine Wittgenstein, host of a Viennese musical salon.
2/5 Kate Kennedy tells the story of Lady Maud Warrender, an aristocrat and patron of music.
1/5 Vanora Bennett on Tchaikovsky's generous benefactor, who refused to ever meet the composer