Vibraphonist Gary Burton joins Alyn Shipton to pick his best recordings. (R)
With John Shea. Mark Elder leads the Halle and BBC Philharmonic in Mahler's Symphony No 8.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents music by Elgar, Milhaud and Bach.
James Jolly presents music in the best recordings from the archives and the present day.
Michael Berkeley's guest is English porcelain expert Henry Sandon, from Antiques Roadshow.
A profile of Maria Barbara, Portuguese infanta and Spanish queen and music she inspired.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Andrew McGregor with highlights of the 2011 British Composer Awards.
From the Church of the London Oratory for the Feast of St Andrew the Apostle.
Aled Jones uncovers the history of the Red Army Choir.
Texts and music about the Four Temperaments. Readings by Joe Dunlop and Joanna Tope.
Travel writer Ian Marchant investigates 'psychogeography'.
Sean O'Casey's classic play set in the midst of the Easter Rising of 1916.
2/2 Lopa Kothari introduces highlights from the 2011 WOMEX festival in Copenhagen.
Claire Martin presents a concert given in Glasgow by trumpeter Tomasz Stanko.
John Shea presents a concert performance of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.
Monday 5 December 2011