Jonathan Swain with a recital from the 6th Chopin and his Europe Festival in Warsaw.
Rob Cowan presents Breakfast. Music by Albinoni, Enescu and Puccini.
With James Jolly. Featuring music and musicians associated with the Aldeburgh Festival.
3/5 Donald Macleod explores Satie's famously eccentric character. (R)
2/4 Leonard Elschenbroich (cello), Alexei Grynyuk (piano) in sonatas by Beethoven and Debussy.
The BBC NOW performs music by Rachmaninov, Mussorgsky and Stravinsky.
From Wells Cathedral during the New Music Wells Festival.
With a performance by the Vienna Piano Trio and an interview with Pierre-Laurent Aimard.
1/2 Organ and choral music from 16th-century Spain performed by the BBC Singers.
2/6 Siobhan Davies and composer/artist Tom Phillips talk to Suzy Klein about defiance.
2/2 BBC Singers and Stephen Farr (organ) in music by Victoria, Cabanilles, Cabezon and others.
Matthew Sweet presents a discussion on the life of the visionary artist Samuel Palmer.
3/5 Dr Sheila Cassidy reflects on how surviving torture has affected her life. (R)
Max Reinhardt introduces Sweet Musicke and The Perfect Temperature for Leaving Home.
Jonathan Swain introduces Foulds, Elgar and Vaughan Williams from the BBC Proms.
Thursday 9 June 2011