Tom Service introduces the composer whose music – be warned – is addictive.
Tom Service introduces the composer who wanted you to hear music as if for the first time.
A stellar line-up of artists perform a mix of classical, jazz and contemporary repertoire.
Including Barry Douglas, Riverdance, Rebecca Ferguson, Noah Stewart and Lucy O'Byrne.
Featuring works by Michael Berkeley, Benjamin Britten and Vaughan Williams. (2005)
Carmen Callil and Helen Fitzgerald discuss Melbourne's cultural heritage.
Daljit Nagra and Ian McMillan with the winning entries in 2014's Proms Poetry Competition.
Composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle introduces performances of some of his chamber works.
Writer Matthew Hollis and biographer Jay Parini discuss the American poet Robert Frost.
Tom Service hears from members of the Cleveland Orchestra about their lives and work.