Alyn Shipton selects the best recordings of the great pianist Erroll Garner. (R)
John Shea introduces a concert from the BBC Proms with the SCO playing Dvorak and Mozart.
Martin Handley presents music by Berlioz, Joplin and Balbastre.
Suzy Klein with music by Beethoven, Liszt and Offenbach, plus gig choices and emails.
Michael Berkeley talks to historian Amanda Foreman at the 2011 Hay Literary Festival.
Lucie Skeaping and Sophie Yates explore the life of French composer Claude Balbastre.
Simon Rattle conducts the CBSO in music by Messiaen and Mahler.
From Wells Cathedral during the New Music Wells Festival.
Stephen Johnson explores Brahms's Symphony No 4, with excerpts and a complete performance.
Aled Jones presents coverage of the King James Bible Composer Awards.
Caryl Churchill's dramatic satire of financial excess and corporate greed in 1980s London.
Michael Goldfarb asks how Europe's artists and writers saw the Depression of the 1930s.
Texts and music exploring the idea of Infinity. Readings by Saskia Reeves and David Annen.
Julian Joseph with a concert set from pianists Makoto Kuriya and Peter Sarik.
John Shea presents recordings by Lyuba Encheva from the archives of Bulgarian Radio.
Monday 13 June 2011