Quartets by Nielsen, Mozart and Shostakovich performed by the Young Danish String Quartet.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With Andrew McGregor. Including music by Casella, Beethoven, Bach, Dutilleux and Mahler.
Fiona Maddocks analyses the viola, misunderstood middle child of the string family.
Lucy Duran presents music from Chrissy Crowley, Diabel Cissokho and Lo'Jo.
Vocal ensemble Tenebrae makes its Proms debut with a London-inspired programme. (R)
Roger Norrington conducts conservatoire students in music by Lully, Marais and Lalande.
Spanish mezzo Clara Mouriz performs music by Reynaldo Hahn and Debussy.
Alyn Shipton's selection includes John Coltrane, Miles Davis and pianist Geri Allen.
Music and readings on the life of the parish priest, with Celia Imrie and Michael Kitchen. (R)
1/2 BBC SO under Thomas Dausgaard in Langgaard, Gudmundsen-Holmgreen and Shostakovich.
Exploring how in Edwardian Britain Tchaikovsky became a symbol of male homosexuality.
2/2 BBC Symphony Orchestra under Thomas Dausgaard in Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 6 (Pathetique).
Documentary about the daily obituary readings on North Carolina radio station WPAQ 740AM. (R)
Music from Khaled, Abdallah Oumbadougou, Femi Kuti, Nuba Nour, Narasirato and Deolinda.
Jonathan Swain presents performances by the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Sunday 29 July 2012