The myth of Orpheus is the inspiration for operas, ballets and other musical works. (R)
Jonathan Swain presents music by Beethoven, Bruckner, Nicolai, Tchaikovsky and Brahms.
Martin Handley presents music by Monteverdi, Beethoven, Byrd, Smetana, Wolf and Mozart.
Iain and Marcus du Sautoy to focus on musical partnerships, duos and double concertos.
Michael Berkeley's guest is actress Kate O'Mara, who chooses music by Bach and Zelenka.
Andreas Scholl and Accademia Bizantina perform arias written for the castrato Senesino.
Dominic Seldis introduces listeners' requests, including Brahms' Alto Rhapsody.
From All Hallows' Church, Gospel Oak, London, with the Choir of King's College, London. (R)
Charles Hazlewood with the BBC CO and composer Fung Lam explore his new work Unlocking.
Aled Jones meets the vocal trio Juice, who discuss their interest in contemporary music.
A poignant, often darkly funny play which looks at the lives of five people. (R)
Michael Bracewell discovers how today's art students realise their creative ambitions.
Derek Jacobi and Lesley Manville with readings about mirrors and reflections.
Claire Martin presents a set from Stan Tracey and his Octet.
Jonathan Swain presents music, including Elgar, Bach, Brahms, Dvorak, Haydn and Ravel.
Monday 12 January 2009