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French saxophonist Michel Portal joins Alyn Shipton to survey his recorded work.
Jonathan Swain presents a double-bill of music by Philip Glass from the 2009 BBC Proms.
Ian Skelly presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show. Music by Weber, Mozart and Widor.
Rob Cowan plays music by Mozart, Schumann, Sibelius and Bartok.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Equality and Human Rights Commission chair Trevor Phillips.
Music by Telemann inspired by the gypsy music of Poland he heard while at court there.
Francois-Xavier Roth conducts the BBC NOW in music by Britten and Strauss.
From the Chapel of Merton College, Oxford.
Aled Jones introduces highlights from the Let the Peoples Sing gala concert.
Texts and music on theme of Empire, with readings by Sian Thomas and Timothy West.
Charles Nicholl recreates Leonardo da Vinci's transient masterpieces.
Robert Forrest's play based on Robert Louis Stevenson's early life in Edinburgh.
1/3 Lucy Duran visist Albania to record the urban music of this once-isolated country.
Julian Joseph presents a concert given at Kings Place by Gwilym Simcock and his trio.
Jonathan Swain presents Mahler's Symphony No 3, with Donald Runnicles leading the BBC SSO.
Monday 31 October 2011