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Lucie Skeaping explores the society and musical culture of England under Edward III. (R)
John Shea presents a concert by Trio Poseidon, featuring Andree, Ravel and Dohnanyi.
Martin Handley's selection includes music by Warlock, Mozart and Chopin.
Suzy Klein presents great music, listeners' emails, her gig of the week and a new CD.
Michael Berkeley talks to horticulturalist and TV presenter Monty Don.
2/2 Catherine Bott explores the life and music of Habsburg court composer Johann Joseph Fux.
Fiona Talkington with listeners' requests, including Mendelssohn, Gibbons, Leoncavallo.
From Truro Cathedral.
Robert Hollingworth and period performers explore musical ideas of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo. (R)
Aled Jones surveys some of the choral connections between France and the United Kingdom.
David Eldridge's play in which a young man take up with a couple of mysterious strangers.
Sukhdev Sandhu travels to Chandigarh, the city in northern India built by Le Corbusier.
Texts and music about the art of friendship. Readers are Robert Lindsay and Diana Quick. (R)
Claire Martin talks to Tim Whitehead and introduces bassist Nicola Farnon in concert.
John Shea presents the Romanian Radio National Symphony Orchestra in concert.
Monday 21 March 2011