Author and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz introduces a selection of his favourite music.
Chef, restaurateur and Masterchef presenter Michel Roux Jr presents his favourite music.
Actor Richard Wilson marks St Andrew's Day with music from, or inspired by, Scotland.
Pianist Kathryn Stott focuses on music and musicians from South America
Kathryn Stott: South America homepage
Violinist Jack Liebeck introduces the music which has inspired him through the years.
To coincide with the 2013 Free Thinking festival, Rana Mitter explores music and freedom.
Richard Sisson continues a survey of the seasons, introducing autumnal music.
Actor Sir Tom Courtenay chooses his favourite music.
Terence Stamp presents his favourite music and film soundtracks that have influenced him.
Conductor Robert Ziegler chooses excerpts from his favourite Hollywood soundtracks.
Actor Christopher Lee talks about the music that has inspired him.
Soprano Joyce DiDonato chooses recordings which have influenced her career.
Conductor Marin Alsop introduces music including Bernstein, Mahler, Brahms and Beethoven.
Jazz musician Django Bates introduces a selection of music inspired by birds.
Sitar virtuoso Nishat Khan introduces a selection of Western and Eastern classical music.
Proms artist Joshua Bell introduces music by Beethoven, Schubert and Saint-Saens.
Presented by the composer Richard Sisson. Music and readings related to the Summer season.
The singer Roderick Williams presents a selection of his favourite classical music.
Soprano Susan Bullock presents a programme of music celebrating royalty.
Journalist Simon Heffer presents his personal choices of music from the British Isles
Simon Heffer's British Music homepage
Opera singer Robert Lloyd presents an edition devoted to the operas of Verdi.
Opera singer Robert Lloyd presents an edition devoted to Wagner.
Pianist Susan Tomes presents a selection of music of personal significance.
Clarinettist Emma Johnson presents her personal choice of music for wind instruments.
Cellist Matthew Barley explores music connected with travel.
Gardener Rachel de Thame introduces a selection of green-fingered music for spring.
Richard Sisson with music linked to spring, including Birtwistle, Tchaikovsky and Vivaldi.
Actor and director Philip Franks presents music written specifically for the theatre
Philip Franks homepage
For Baroque Spring, conductor John Eliot Gardiner introduces music linked to his career.
Writer and broadcaster Stuart Maconie introduces some of his varied musical enthusiasms.