John Shea presents music, including chamber music played by violinist Fanny Clamagirand.
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical Breakfast show. Music by Bach and Kreisler.
With Sarah Walker. Including Artist of the Week: Ivan Fischer in Bartok and Rachmaninov.
3/5 Donald Macleod Donald focuses on Nielsen's Hymnus amoris and his marriage to a sculptor.
2/4 Music by Brahms and Schumann performed at the 2011 West Cork Chamber Music Festival.
3/3 Katie Derham presents music by Cimarosa, Elgar, Birtwistle and Nielsen.
The choir of Clare College, Cambridge, from St Matthew's Church, Northampton.
Live music from folk musicians John Dipper and Luke Daniels, and conductor Juanjo Mena.
Mark Elder conducts the Halle in Acts 2 and 3 of Wagner's Die Walkure.
Matthew Sweet reviews Mike Leigh's new play at the National Theatre.
3/5 Playwright Nigel Williams on William Golding's Lord of the Flies, and it was dramatised.
Max Reinhardt's selection includes Django Bates, Gesualdo and Congotronics remixed.
John Shea presents Verdi's opera I Due Foscari, with Ramon Vargas and Manon Feubel.
Thursday 22 September 2011