Pat Barker and Giles Fraser on what Russian literature can teach us about faith and doubt.
BBC Radio 3
Marin Alsop and Cathy Graham discuss the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra and music in Brazil.
James MacMillan and Andrew Carwood talk to Louise Fryer about religion in music.
Anne McElvoy introduces a discussion on Margaret Atwood's novel The Handmaid's Tale.
Matthew Rowe explores the music in Prom 31, with performances by the BBC SSO.
Stephen Johnson and members of the Aldeburgh World Orchestra introduce Prom 21.
Ed Stourton explores the influence of the 'Arab Spring' on contemporary Arabic literature.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces Berlioz's Trojans with musicians from tonight's Prom.
Daniel Barenboim discusses his passion for Beethoven with Proms Director Roger Wright.
Louise Fryer welcomes guests from New York and London music colleges.