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Bassist Jimmy Woode discusses his best records in an archive interview with Alyn Shipton. (R)
Archive recordings from the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra including Mahler: Symphony No 1.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents music Algirdas Martinaitis, Mozart and de Mondonville.
Rob Cowan presents music by Boccherini, Prokofiev, Schumann and Dvorak.
Michael Berkeley's guest is photographer, writer and broadcaster Lucinda Lambton.
Catherine Bott introduces music played by the Venice Baroque Orchestra.
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra under Kirill Karabits in Stravinsky, Britten and Beethoven.
From Westminster Abbey on the eve of the Feast of Edward the Confessor.
Music and readings on the life of the parish priest, with Celia Imrie and Michael Kitchen.
1/2 Louise Fryer introduces the grand final of 2011's Let the Peoples Sing choir competition.
Louise Fryer explores the Let the Peoples Sing competition and talks to participants.
2/2 The conclusion of the Grand Final of Let the Peoples Sing 2011.
Henrik Ibsen's play about a religious zealot who refuses all compromise.
Julian Joseph talks to singer and actress Jacqui Dankworth.
John Shea presents a concert from 2009 Vevey Festival in Switzerland.
Monday 17 October 2011