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Bassist Henry Grimes tells Alyn Shipton his life story and presents his best recordings. (R)
Jonathan Swain presents music by Handel, Britten, Kyurkchiiski, Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev.
Martin Handley presents music, news and the occasional surprise.
Suzy Klein explores musical welcomes, from Janacek, Mendelssohn, Beethoven and Bach.
Michael Berkeley's guest is children's author Michael Morpurgo. (R)
Exploring the music and entertainments put on for Philip V of Spain in Naples in 1702.
Fiona Talkington with listeners' requests, including Tippett, Beethoven, Tavener and Wolf.
Recorded in April 2010 at the the Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge.
1/2 Stephen Johnson on Mahler's use of singers and echoes of his own songs in his symphonies.
Aled Jones presents music with nonsense texts. He also talks to Roxanna Panufnik.
Dan Rebellato's new comedy about the complexity and absurdity of modern life.
Zeinab Badawi reports from Khartoum on theatre groups helping those caught up in conflict.
Words and music on the theme of May Day. Readers: Sarah Alexander and Julian Rhind-Tutt.
Claire Martin talks to pianist Neil Cowley and presents part of a gig from Martin Zenker.
Jonathan Swain presents music by Beethoven, Gesualdo, Hummel, Szymanowski, Bach and Weber.
Monday 3 May 2010