Poets Fred d'Aguiar and Michael Longley discuss the work of WWI writer Wilfred Owen.
Tom Service and David Huckvale explore Rachmaninov's setting of Poe's poem The Bells.
Writers Helen Dunmore and Simon Heffer discuss the idea of WWI's 'Lost Generation'.
Christopher Cook and Harry Eyres explore cultural life in Schubert and Mahler's Vienna.
Nature writers Miriam Darlington and Horatio Clare discuss Scottish author Gavin Maxwell.
To mark his 80th birthday, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies talks to Andrew McGregor.
Tom Service with Ceri Owen and Jonathan Downing on Vaughan Williams's ballet Job.
Martin Handley with Daniel Grimley and Simon Shaw-Miller on Sibelius's love of nature.
Poet Gillian Clarke and artist Peter Blake celebrate the centenary of Dylan Thomas's birth
Christopher Cook and guests discuss Beethoven's Third Symphony and the French Revolution.