Alyn Shipton picks the highlights of the Vienna Art Orchestra's recording career. (R)
Presnted by Susan Sharpe. The artist in focus is Bulgarian cellist Anatoli Krastev.
Katie Derham presents music to discover, rediscover and lift the spirits.
Suzy Klein explores musical connections to the news. Plus emails and a new CD release.
Michael Berkeley's guest is actor Ian McDiarmid. His choices include two works by Britten.
Catherine Bott presents a musical profile of the Italian city of Naples.
Chi-chi Nwanoku presents listeners' requests, including the Black Dyke Mills Band.
From Tewkesbury Abbey.
Charles Hazlewood and the BBC Concert Orchestra explore the rise of minimalism.
Aled Jones talks to Michael Bawtree about bringing choirs together for a performance.
A new, darkly humorous drama focusing on a day in the life of a social worker.
1/2 Bettany Hughes considers how much people loved or resented the Romans during occupation.
Poetry and music on the theme of Ancient Greece. Readings by Tim McMullan, Clare Higgins. (R)
Julian Joseph presents Wynton Marsalis in concert at the 2010 Glasgow Jazz Festival.
Susan Sharpe's selection includes Salieri's Requiem.
Monday 25 October 2010