1/5 Roger Scruton explores the philosophical background that influenced the young Wagner.
Matthew Sweet discusses 1963 and Profumo as Lloyd Webber's new musical Stephen Ward opens.
Mary King explores the critical relationship between choral composer and wordsmith.
Michael Berkeley's guest is film director Tom Hooper.
Andrew McGregor and Sara Mohr-Pietsch report from the 2013 British Composer Awards.
Tom Service with a portrait of pianist Rosalyn Tureck. Plus the Hilliard Ensemble at 40.
10/20 Professor Peter Adamson discusses the great Muslim philosopher Al-Farabi.
Ian McMillan presents Radio 3's cabaret of the word, focusing on the surreal.
Athol Fugard and Dame Janet Suzman talk to Philip Dodd about Nelson Mandela and his legacy
8/20 Professor James Montgomery discusses the life and work of Arab philosopher Al-Kindi.