Susan Sharpe presents music, including Bach, Sandstrom, Mendelssohn, Kuhlau and Rameau.
Suzy Klein presents music by Handel, Brahms, Vaughan Williams and Schubert.
With Andrew McGregor. Includes Building a Library: Beethoven: Quartet in F minor, Op 95.
Martin Handley explores the importance of Italian music publishing firm Casa Ricordi.
Catherine Bott charts the rise and fall of James Brydges, a former patron of Handel. (R)
From Wigmore Hall, London. Nicholas Angelich (piano) in Beethoven's Diabelli Variations.
Lucy Duran with a special session by Brazilian percussionist Adriano Adewale.
Alyn Shipton interviews saxophonist Benny Golson, who turns 80 in 2009.
With Geoffrey Smith.
Riccardo Frizza conducts Verdi's tragic story of the womanising Duke of Mantua.
Newscaster Timothy Freeman faces a crisis when his son holds up a bank at gunpoint.
BBC Singers/David Hill in choral music by Judith Bingham. With Gleams of a Remoter World.
Robert Worby introduces a full broadcast of Stockhausen's seminal tape composition Hymnen.
Jonathan Swain presents music by Rossini, Edwards, Meale, Schumann, Brahms and Tchaikovsky
Sunday 1 February 2009