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John Shea presents Schutz's St Matthew Passion performed by Ars Nova under Paul Hillier.
Rob Cowan presents Breakfast. Includes music by Mussorgsky, CPE Bach and Bax.
Sarah Walker with music by Jarnefelt, Sibelius, Liszt, Massenet, Ravel, Bach and Elgar.
5/5 Donald Macleod focuses on Balakirev's final years, including the completion of Tamara.
4/4 Mezzo Daniela Lehner in a recital focusing on the sense of humour of Vienna's composers.
4/4 BBC Concert Orchestra in Ligeti, Tom, Arthurs, Clyne, Stravinsky, Elgar and Nielsen.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and guests from the arts world.
1/2 Yan Pascal Tortelier conducts the BBC Philharmonic in music by Elgar and Saint-Saens.
Professor Trevor Cox of Salford University explores the physical pleasure of noise.
2/2 Yan Pascal Tortelier conducts the BBC Philharmonic in Walton's Second Symphony.
Ian McMillan introduces new writing from Catherine O'Flynn and Steve Spence.
5/5 Writer Horatio Clare considers a team photo from his time as a member of a lifeboat crew.
Mary Ann Kennedy with the latest world music releases and session by Al Andaluz Project.
John Shea's selection includes the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performing at 2009's Proms.
Saturday 19 February 2011