Jonathan Swain presents a programme of Saint-Saens's music performed in Bucharest.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With Sarah Walker. Including Sarah's Essential Choice: Sibelius: Symphony No 6.
2/5 Donald Macleod focuses on what are probably Cherubini's two most influential operas. (R)
1/4 With the Ysaye Quartet in Schumann and the Modigliani Quartet in Arriaga.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra in music by Canteloube, Parry and Brahms.
Sean Rafferty is joined by conductor Stephane Deneve and pianist Andreas Haefliger.
The Ebène Quartet performs Mozart, Schubert and Tchaikovsky at Wigmore Hall, London.
Anne McElvoy on the influence of Leonardo da Vinci on our understanding of human anatomy.
2/5 Writer Matthew Bevis explores the historical development of Edward Lear's nonsense poetry.
Max Reinhardt with music from Lisa Knapp, Joyce, Champion Jack Dupree and Eska.
Jonathan Swain presents the BBC Concert Orchestra in orchestral works by Toivo Kuula.
Wednesday 2 May 2012