Susan Sharpe presents a tribute to the late Charles Mackerras.
Rob Cowan presents music, news and the occasional surprise.
With Sarah Walker. Including Weber, Wagner, Handel, Mendelssohn, Vivaldi and Rosauro.
5/5 Donald Macleod on the effect Darius Milhaud's self-avowed happy life had on his music.
4/4 Kit Armstrong (piano) plays Debussy and Faure at the 2010 Plush Festival in Dorset.
4/4 The BBC Symphony Orchestra in music by Mozart, Turnage, Bernstein and Suk.
Sean Rafferty is joined by members of Royal Opera House's production of Romeo et Juliette.
1/2 Presented by Martin Handley. BBC Philharmonic/HK Gruber in von Einem and Poulenc.
John Sessions reads Chance Would be a Fine Thing, an unpublished story by Anthony Burgess.
2/2 HK Gruber conducts the BBC Philharmonic in his most famous composition, Frankenstein!!
Ian McMillan presents a special edition from the 2010 Durham Book Festival.
5/5 Sunand Prasad on how people power can prevent architectural destruction and disaster.
Lopa Kothari presents a studio session by The Reverend Payton's Big Damn Band.
Susan Sharpe presents music from the Utrecht Early Music Festival 2009.
Saturday 23 October 2010