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Charles Hazlewood and quintet, Tango Volcano explore the world of the tango.
Stephen Johnson and Ken Burton explore the roots of gospel choral singing.
Donald Macleod and special guest Geoffrey Smith explore bebop.
Donald Macleod is joined by trumpeter Guy Barker to explore the story of big band jazz.
Julian Joseph discusses improvisation at the 2008 London Jazz Festival.
Julian Joseph looks at the role of the piano in the story of jazz.
Sitar player, Nishat Khan explores Indian classical music.
Donald Macleod explores the work of five itinerant musicians of the British Chapel Royal
Catherine Bott, Laurence Dreyfus and Phantasm on English viol music.
Charles Hazlewood explores the Concerto Grosso.
Charles Hazlewood explores pieces by Strauss and Respighi.
Robert Hollingworth explores the split choir tradition in Renaissance music.
Catherine Bott joins The Sixteen for an exploration of English polyphony.
Donald Macleod explores the music of James' era through five key points in his reign.
Donald Macleod explores Neapolitan music of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Donald Macleod explores Napoleon's relationship with music
The history and music connected with the Drottningholm Opera House.
Donald Macleod explores the music performed at the Palace of Versailles.
Donald Macleod explores the rich tradition of Russian opera.
David Nixon and BBC NOW join Charles Hazlewood to explore Russian Ballet.
Charles Hazlewood looks at the musical tradition of the Xhosa people.
Theatre company Dimpho di Kopane present music devised for their productions.
Charles Hazlewood and the BBC Concert orchestra focus on music inspired by Mexico.
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