Lucie Skeaping profiles the life and work of scholar and musicologist Dimitrie Cantemir. (R)
John Shea's selection includes a recital by violinist Marianne Thorsen and Håvard Gimse.
Petroc Trelawny presents music including Handel, Hahn and Falla.
Louise Fryer looks skywards at musical portrayals of the weather.
Another chance to hear Michael Berkeley talking to renowned British writer Alan Sillitoe. (R)
Catherine Bott presents music for a Jewish Wedding from the 2010 York Early Music Festival
Chi-chi Nwanoku introduces more listeners' favourites.
Live from Chichester Cathedral during the Southern Cathedrals' Festival.
Catherine Bott joins The Sixteen for an exploration of English polyphony.
Aled Jones champions Georgian choral music, and talks to Simon Preston.
2/3 Lorca's classic tale of a woman's desperate yearning for a child that leads to murder.
Matthew Sweet tracks a Native American movie-maker from California to the London of 1914.
The human soul's desire for transcendence. Readings by Stephen Mangan and Adjoa Andoh.
Julian Joseph features the 2010 European Jazz Orchestra hosted by Slovenia Radio.
John Shea's selection includes a concert of early music from the Ricercar Consort.
Monday 27 September 2010