Back up to: 2013
Ian Skelly hosts a talk on Verdi's orchestral writing and Tchaikovsky's Manfred Symphony.
Louise Fryer explores Bruckner and the man behind the music with expert Roderick Swanston.
Martin Handley talks to Paul Kildea about Britten and his place in 20th-century music.
Petroc Trelawny talks to Stephen Johnson about Bruckner and Peter Eotvos.
Martin Handley discusses Parsifal with Stephen Fry and Stephen Johnson.
Andrew McGregor talks to Nick Reyland and Roxanna Panufnik about Lutoslawski and Panufnik.
Fiona McKnight and David Nice join James Jolly to discuss Prokofiev's Fifth Symphony.
Judith Chernaik and Kenneth Hamilton join Ian Skelly to discuss Romantic piano concertos.
Louise Fryer and Jonathan Cross explore Stravinsky's ballet The Firebird.
Laura Tunbridge and Julian Johnson discuss Brahms's German Requiem.
Louise Fryer talks to Oliver Soden, Michael Berkeley and Paul Webster about Tippett.
Ian Skelly, Rosamund Bartlett and Marina Frolova-Walker discuss Tchaikovsky and his world.
Stephen Johnson, Kate Kennedy and Louise Fryer discuss Vaughan Williams's London Symphony.
Petroc Trelawny discusses Beethoven's relationship with the Royal Philharmonic Society.
Roger Wright introduces Prom 37: Urban Classics, with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
James Jolly talks to Norman Lebrecht and Jeremy Barham about Mahler's Symphony No 2.
James Jolly discusses Wagner's Tannhauser with Peggy Reynolds and Simon Rees.
Nicholas Till and Richard Wigmore join James Jolly to explore Mozart's Vienna.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch joins Sarah Lenton and Philip Hensher for a guide to Gotterdammerung.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces Wagner's Siegfried with Mark Berry and Paul Mason.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch discusses Die Walkure with Patrick Carnegie and Elaine Padmore.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch, Nicholas Baragwanath and Mike Ashman discuss Das Rheingold.
Sean Shepherd on his new commission. Gerard McBurney on Shostakovich's Symphony No 10.
Louise Fryer and William Mival discuss Rachmaninov and his Second Symphony.
Daniel Grimley talks to Louise Fryer about Nielsen's Symphony No 4 (Inextinguishable).
Jane Pritchard chairs a discussion on French ballet from Lully to Stravinsky.
Doctor Who enthusiast Matthew Sweet and guests look back over 50 years of the BBC series.