Beethoven, Stravinsky and Prokofiev from pianist Boris Berman
John Shea presents a piano recital given by Boris Berman in Warsaw.
Saturday - Martin Handley
Proms Composer Portrait: Wolfgang Rihm
Listen live to every Prom on Radio 3 or catch up online.
Prom 17 features Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR under Sir Roger Norrington.
Conductor John Storgårds remembers the composer Rautavaara, who died on 27 July.
Paul Morley traces the Thin White Duke's shape-shifting career with a 30-minute mix.
What to expect from the world of music and dance.
These images aren't famous, but they changed the way that humans see the world.
Sparkling works from the 2016 season selected by Radio 3's very own Strictly star.
A hilariously uncensored account of what goes on in a singer's mind on stage.
We broadcast more live music than any other station: find all of the 2016 Proms here.
The Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR in music by Berlioz, Beethoven and Brahms.
Jac van Steen conducts the BBC NOW in music by Dukas, Michael Berkeley and Prokofiev.
A performance of Rossini's The Barber of Seville, with Glyndebourne Festival Opera.
Andrew Davis conducts the BBC SO in Tchaikovsky, Anthony Payne, Bruch and Vaughan Williams
Live from Cadogan Hall in London, Guy Johnston and friends in Brahms, Elgar, Villa-Lobos.
Le Cercle de l'Harmonie in symphonies and concert arias by Mozart and Mendelssohn.
The London Philharmonic in Beethoven's Symphony No 9 and Magnus Lindberg's Two Episodes.
Discover a performing miracle through our selection of outstanding moments from the Proms
With the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bernard Haitink.
Sir Roger Norrigton conducts the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra.
A selection of the very best music and performances from Radio 3's live concerts.
With the BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Jac van Steen.
With Wayne Marshall (organ).
With Ray Chen (violin) and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Andrew Davis.
With soloists and the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.
Creativity, performance, debate
Adam Smith unearths the roots of Nathanael West's Hollywood novel The Day of the Locust.
Dr Sylvain Moreno explains the benefits of musical training.
H.G. Wells' 1913 novel 'The World Set Free' and its impact on Winston Churchill
Drama about the fragmented life of surrealist, poet, songwriter and eccentric Ivor Cutler.
Nick Luscombe presents highlights from the BBC Introducing Stage at Latitude 2016.
Paul Farley journeys down France's sleepiest river and discovers its gruesome history.
Neuroscientist Marc Lewis explains why addiction is behavioural rather than a disease.
Electrifying Jazz and World music.
Martin Gayford recalls touring with octogenarian trumpeter Doc Cheatham.
Tin Men & The Telephone perform Voor de Deur
Lopa Kothari features Palestinian singer Reem Kelani live in session.
The New Focus Quartet at Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum Theatre. Photo credit: Brian Vass
Soweto Kinch presents a concert by US bassist Chris Lightcap and his band Bigmouth.
Lopa Kothari presents new music from around the world and a live session by Melange.
Claire Martin presents Swiss trio Vein performing at the 2015 Glasgow Jazz Festival.
Listen to hours of fascinating Radio 3 programmes about more than 200 composers.
Nige Tassell describes what to expect from this unique festival.
Plan your visit or your listening to the 2016 season of the world's largest classical music festival. Find full details of the season and booking information here.