Julian Siegel joins Alyn Shipton to assess the music of saxophonist Joe Henderson. (R)
John Shea presents early organ music, plus Vaughan Williams, Spohr and Berlioz.
Martin Handley presents Breakfast. Music by Handel, Borodin and Mozart.
Suzy Klein with music by Schubert, Purcell and Walton. Plus gig choices and your emails.
Michael Berkeley's guest is David Bintley, artistic director of the Birmingham Ballet.
Catherine Bott presents music written in the city of Bologna.
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in an all-Handel concert.
From Chichester Cathedral on the eve of the Feast of St Richard.
The Kopelman Quartet play Shostakovich's String Quartet No 10, Op 118.
2/2 Donald Macleod presents the final of the 2011 Cardiff Singer of the World competition.
Samuel West directs Edward Bulwer-Lytton's 19th century satirical comedy Money.
Bettany Hughes tells the troubled story of the search for the ancient Aryans. (R)
Texts and music on the theme of exile, with readings by Frances Barber and Greg Hicks.
Julian Joseph talks to Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts about his passion for jazz.
John Shea presents the Minnesota Orchestra under Osmo Vanska performing at the 2010 Proms.
Monday 20 June 2011