David McGuinness explores the music which came from the Court of Mary, Queen of Scots. (R)
Susan Sharpe presents music by Rossi, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Vaughan Williams and Telemann.
Radio 3's breakfast programme.
Suzy Klein presents music with September connections, including Tchaikovsky and Weill.
Michael Berkeley meets conceptual artist and film-maker Sam Taylor-Wood.
2/2 Lucie Skeaping presents highlights of a concert given by the Dufay Collective.
Performances by Francesco Piemontesi, Meta4 and Giuliano Sommerhalder.
1/2 Recreating 1910's Last Night of the Proms, with Wagner, Beethoven, Paganini, Mussorgsky.
Richard Mabey reflects on a bird that has inspired poets and musicians - the nightingale.
2/2 Concluding a recreation of 1910's Last Night of the Proms: music by Henry Wood and Elgar.
James Baldwin's classic novel set in Paris in 1954 in its world premiere radio production.
1/2 The Ulster Orchestra in music linked with Henry Wood by Bliss, Bax, Howell, Rachmaninov.
Matthew Sweet on the Edwardian cultural landscape in 1910.
2/2 Concluding a celebration of Henry Wood, with music by Sibelius, Parry and Tchaikovsky.
Texts and music exploring the theme of exile. Readings by Frances Barber and Greg Hicks.
With Julian Joseph. Plus an interview with Jasper Hoiby and Ivo Neame from Phronesis.
Susan Sharpe presents the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra performing Schumann and Beethoven.
Monday 6 September 2010