1/2 Geoffrey Smith marks 75 years of the Blue Note label with tracks from its early years.
With the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra playing Ross Harris, Beethoven and Xian Xinghai.
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Martin Handley presents the breakfast show, with the Best of British Music Playlist.
James Jolly continues a season of Haydn quartets with No 62 in C, Op 76 (Emperor).
Michael Berkeley's guest is the artistic director of the RSC, Greg Doran. (R)
Live from Wigmore Hall, London, Andreas Scholl (countertenor) and Tamar Halperin (piano). (R)
2/2 Lucie Skeaping focuses on Frans Bruggen's career as a conductor.
From the Chapel of Clare College, Cambridge. (R)
Sara Mohr-Pietsch focuses on the Open category from the Finals of Choir of the Year 2014.
Words and music inspired by jewels with readings by Robert Glenister and Fenella Woolgar.
Andrew Hussey visits Paris to understand how the Eiffel Tower has shaped French culture.
Radio 3's New Generation Artists' showcase: music by Brahms, Duparc, Poulenc and Franck.
Sean O'Casey's classic play set in the midst of the Easter Rising of 1916. (R)
Stanford's second Irish Rhapsody The Lament for the Son of Ossian.
Jonathan Swain presents a concert of Palestrina with the Alamire Chamber Chorus.