John Shea presents two accounts of the story of Cinderella, by Palmgren and Prokofiev.
Rob Cowan presents music by Mendelssohn, Grieg and Vivaldi.
Sarah Walker presents music by Rimsky-Korsakov, Weber, Haydn, Arnold and Tchaikovsky.
2/5 Donald Macleod discovers how Paisiello fared at the court of Catherine the Great.
1/4 The Pavel Haas Quartet and Krzystof Chorzelski (viola) perform two works by Dvorak.
2/4 BBC Symphony Orchestra in Schumann, Sibelius, Beethoven, Kodaly, Martinu and Wagner.
With violinist Jack Liebeck. Plus conductor Osmo Vanska and pianist Bernd Glemser.
The CBSO under Andris Nelsons in Turnage: Kai and Mahler: Symphony No 9.
Philip Dodd talks to leading British architects Norman Foster and David Chipperfield.
2/5 Howard Zhang on the sacred mountains of China and what these mean to the Chinese today.
Max Reinhardt with music by Biber, Violetta Parra, the Cowboy Junkies and Vic Chesnutt.
John Shea presents a Prom from 2009, featuring Takemitsu and Debussy.
Wednesday 9 February 2011