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Exploring the extraordinary story of 11th-century French monk Ademar de Chabannes. (R)
John Shea presents music by Slavenski, Lukacic, Papandopulo, Brahms, Fitelberg, Verdi.
Martin Handley presents music, news and the occasional surprise.
Iain Burnside explores the tonal properties and the wider cultural resonances of wood.
Michael Berkeley's guest is playwright Lee Hall. His choices include Purcell and Schumann.
Catherine Bott explores the life and music associated with dancer Marie Salle.
Chi-chi Nwanoku introduces listeners' requests, including Verdi's Requiem.
From the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge.
Stephen Johnson explores the music and ideas behind Shostakovich's 9th Symphony.
Aled Jones marks ten years of the John Armitage Memorial Trust.
Written by Debbie Tucker Green. Drama about a young woman who goes missing.
The story of John Dankworth's return to South Africa after a gap of 50 years. (R)
Texts and music on the subject of healing, with readings by Celia Imrie and Bill Paterson.
Julian Joseph with a piano edition: Eric Legnini on his new CD, plus a Hank Jones set.
John Shea with music by Stradella, Liszt, Marais, Debussy, Fux, CPE Bach, Veracini.
Monday 15 March 2010