An interview in which trombonist Al Grey, who died in 2000, selects his key recordings. (R)
Jonathan Swain introduces a concert from the 2010 BBC Proms, featuring Simon Trpceski.
Martin Handley presents music by Holst, Paganini and Mozart.
Suzy Klein with music by Bruch, Debussy and Bach. Plus her gig choices and your emails.
Michael Berkeley's guest is actor and musician Max Beesley.
Lucie Skeaping presents music performed in concert by Robin Blaze and Theater of the Ayre.
Mark Elder conducts the Halle Orchestra and Choir in music by Handel, Mozart and Britten.
From Salisbury Cathedral.
Stephen Johnson and the BBC Philharmonic explore Sibelius's Symphony No 4.
Aled Jones introduces choral music inspired by the Biblical Song of Songs.
David Pownall's play about Shakespeare's reaction to the King James Bible. (R)
Judith Mackrell asks if dance remains ultimately about the moving human body.
Words and music on the theme of dance read by Imogen Stubbs and Joseph Kloska.
Julian Joseph presents a concert given by UK/US band Storms/Nocturnes Trio.
Jonathan Swain presents a concert of music by Verdelot and Palestrina.
Monday 30 May 2011