Catherine Bott explores the life and music of German composer Carl Heinrich Graun. (R)
Jonathan Swain presents music by Ovalle, Dvorak, Paladilhe, Respighi, Schubert and Berlioz
Martin Handley presents music including Gibbons, Purcell, Vaughan Williams and Britten.
Suzy Klein presents music about fairy tales, myths and magic, including Dvorak and Ravel.
Michael Berkeley's guest is novelist Tracy Chevalier, author of Girl with a Pearl Earring.
Lucie Skeaping looks back on the life and music of Jacobean prodigy Orlando Gibbons.
Fiona Talkington introduces more listeners' favourites.
A 1989 archive broadcast from Canterbury Cathedral.
BBC Symphony Chorus in Daniel-Lesur, Poulenc, Takemitsu and Stephen Montague.
Tom Service and conductor John Storgards explore Nielsen's Fourth Symphony.
1/2 BBC SO in Messiaen's Un sourire and Mozart's Piano Concerto No 17 (with Louis Lortie).
3/5 AL Kennedy on the summer she spent working with her grandmother, a furniture polisher.
2/2 BBC SO/Andrew Davis in Parry's Elegy for Brahms and Brahms's Symphony No 4 in E minor.
Frances Byrnes asks whether dances can or should survive the deaths of choreographers.
Poems and music about refrain and repetition. Readings by Samuel West and Nancy Carroll.
Julian Joseph presents Dr Lonnie Smith at 2010's Glasgow International Jazz Festival.
Jonathan Swain presents music by Gershwin, Bernstein, Hildegard of Bingen and Debussy.
Monday 9 August 2010