John Shea presents music including Handel's opera Alessandro.
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Presented by Clemency Burton-Hill. Featuring Dame Kiri Te Kanawa's 20 Favourite Voices.
Artist of the Week: Wilhelm Kempff, featured in Schubert's Piano Sonata in B flat, D960.
3/5 Donald Macleod explores the dark recesses of Puccini's political thriller, Tosca. (R)
2/4 From Snape Maltings, performances of music by Debussy, Edward Nesbit, Ravel and Ades.
3/4 Katie Derham presents music from Swiss concerts, by Beethoven, Hindemith and Mendelssohn.
Choral Vespers from Westminster Cathedral.
Ian Skelly presents a selection of music and guests from the arts world.
Edward Gardner conducts the CBSO in music by Haydn, Mozart and Rachmaninov.
Philip Dodd on the links between dance, art and the brain. Plus the meaning of 'public'.
3/5 Lina Attel explores how Jordanian national culture has survived since World War One.
Max Reinhardt introduces music from the Unthanks, Makely Ka, Trentemoller and Bellows.
John Shea presents a concert featuring the United Continuo Ensemble and tenor Jan Kobow.