Saxophonist Tim Berne talks to Alyn Shipton to select highlights from his back catalogue. (R)
Jonathan Swain presents music by Moeran, Finzi, Elgar, A Gabrieli, Infante and Mozart.
Suzy Klein presents music to discover, rediscover and lift the spirits.
Iain Burnside explores the musical life of Paris. Music includes Ravel and Rameau.
Michael Berkeley's guest is potter and writer Edmund de Waal.
Catherine Bott talks to harpsichordist Gary Cooper about the role of the continuo.
Chi-chi Nwanoku with listeners' requests, including Rossini, Sullivan, Brahms, Cimarosa.
From Arundel Cathedral with the Royal School of Church Music Millennium Youth Choir.
Catherine Bott and David Cairns explore the nuances in Berlioz's Les nuits d'ete.
Aled Jones spotlights the role of the choral accompanist.
Don Fabrizio contemplates his obsolescence amid the social changes of the Risorgimento. (R)
Norman Lebrecht talks to Stephen Hough, one of the most popular pianists working today. (R)
Words and music inspired by painting, with readings by Alex Jennings and Carolyn Pickles.
Julian Joseph presents part of a concert given in tribute to trumpeter Ian Carr.
Jonathan Swain with music by Cornago, Gombert, Mozart, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, Blacher.
Monday 19 April 2010