Lucie Skeaping explores the mysteries of Renaissance polyphony with Peter Phillips. (R)
John Shea presents music by Bruckner, Mozart, JCF Bach, Bizet, Weber, Castello, Berlioz.
Presented by Suzy Klein, who shares her personal choice of music.
Iain Burnside on how performance on period instruments affects our appreciation of music.
Michael Berkeley's guest is writer Janice Galloway, who chooses pieces by both Schumanns. (R)
Robert Hollingworth explores Monteverdi's powerful fourth book of madrigals.
Fiona Talkington presents music from Ibert, Lennon/McCartney and Beethoven.
From Wells Cathedral on Holocaust Memorial Day.
Stephen Johnson is joined by the BBC NOW to explore music by Vivaldi and Bach.
2/2 Aled Jones talks to David Willcocks about a special recording with the BBC Singers.
Siobhan Redmond and Paul Higgins head a Scottish cast in Chekhov's classic drama.
Tom De Waal on the history of Pontic Greek culture in the Black Sea region of Turkey.
Michael Maloney and Lesley Sharp read poems and texts exploring the face. (R)
Julian Joseph talks to composer and arranger Colin Towns about his latest project.
John Shea presents music by Schubert, Barber, Haydn, Bach, Brahms, Schumann and Mozart.
Monday 1 February 2010