Catherine Bott explores 1685, the year in which Handel, Bach and Scarlatti were all born. (R)
Susan Sharpe with music by Beethoven, Bach, Vivaldi, Francaix, Haydn, Brahms and Glinka.
Martin Handley presents music by Albinoni, Sibelius, Schumann, Vaughan Williams and Bach.
Jeremy sits in for Iain Burnside with a musical tour of Venice, helped by Donald Macleod.
Actress and author Carol Drinkwater chooses music from Bach, Miles Davis and Nina Simone.
Simon Lole explores the Mulliner Book, a collection of Tudor keyboard music.
Chi-chi Nwanoku presents more of your letters, calls and emails.
From St Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, New York City. (R)
An exploration of Beethoven's first and last sonatas for cello and piano.
Aled Jones presents a tribute programme to the late conductor Richard Hickox.
A play exploring the loose ends left by the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.
Artist Jane Wildgoose traces the history of two human skulls in her private collection. (R)
Poetry and music on the theme of the femme fatale. Jeremy Northam and Harriet Walter read.
Julian Joseph presents a set from drummer and composer Tom Bancroft and his band 6 Pack.
Susan Sharpe presents music by Leclair, Vivaldi, Veracini, Mendelssohn and Schoenberg.
Monday 19 January 2009