John Shea presents baroque music from Spain and South America.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With Andrew McGregor. Including music by Tchaikovsky, Mouton and Brahms.
James Jolly on hidden depths and historical inaccuracies in Tchaikovsky's composition. (R)
Lucie Skeaping on how Rore and Lassus paid a compliment to Josquin by 'sampling' his music
All-female ten-piece brass ensemble tenThing performs Grieg, Piazzolla and Bizet. (R)
Camerata Ireland in music by Britten and his contemporaries. With Britten's Young Apollo.
Alyn Shipton presents listeners' requests for jazz old and new.
2/2 Trumpeter Alison Balsom shares favourite music, including Beethoven, Bach and Strauss. (R)
1/2 An urban classics Prom, featuring Fazer, Laura Mvula, the BBC SO and Jules Buckley.
Roger Wright introduces Prom 37: Urban Classics, with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
2/2 Andrew McGregor presents the conclusion of an urban classics Prom.
Works by Goehr and Birtwistle, and Maxwell Davies's Eight Songs for a Mad King.
Geoffrey Smith celebrates the triumphs of Louis Armstrong's later years.
John Shea introduces a concert given by the Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra.
Sunday 11 August 2013