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Lucie Skeaping explores the 'balet comique de la royne'. (R)
John Shea presents music by Purcell, Handel, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Vivaldi and Viotti.
Martin Handley presents music, news and the occasional surprise.
Suzy Klein starts 2010 with a celebration of the delights of the table.
Michael Berkeley meets theatre director Katie Mitchell. Her choices include Bach and Nono.
Lucie Skeaping considers the background to a significant 'musical war' in the 1750s.
Fiona Talkington with listeners' choices, including Ruth Crawford Seeger, Mark Blitzstein.
Live from Eton College Chapel, with the Rodolfus Choir.
Looking at Kodaly's suite Hary Janos and profiling the cimbalom, which features in it. (R)
Aled Jones is joined by members of the innovative Swedish group Voces Nordicae.
Two productions by Irish playwright JM Synge: The Tinker's Wedding and Riders to the Sea. (R)
Poet Kathleen Jamie joins a research expedition to the uninhabited island of North Rona.
Words and music on the theme of borders. Readings by Samuel West and Penelope Wilton.
The annual round-table jazz discussion. Plus the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra.
John Shea presents music by Butterworth, Vaughan Williams, Bruch, Strauss and Beethoven.
Monday 4 January 2010