Jonathan Swain presents a special programme for the National Day of Hungary.
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With Sarah Walker. Including Sarah's Essential Choice.
The Calder Quartet from Los Angeles plays music by Mozart, Ades, Norman and Mendelssohn.
The Escher Quartet in Hugh Wood's String Quartet No 4 and Debussy's String Quartet.
BBC SO/Semyon Bychkov in Schubert, Strauss. Plus the Labeque sisters in music by Dubugnon. (R)
With live music from pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard, plus composer James MacMillan.
1/2 BBC Symphony Orchestra/Osmo Vanska. Beethoven: Egmont Overture. Mozart: Clarinet Concerto.
Lindsay Duncan reads Virginia Woolf's sumptuous story of a sweltering summer's day at Kew. (R)
2/2 BBC Symphony Orchestra under Osmo Vanska. Delius: Eventyr. Nielsen: Symphony No 5.
Latvian conductor Andris Nelsons, music director of the CBSO, talks to Norman Lebrecht.
1/5 Adam Thorpe on the sense of arrival into adulthood which the InterRail pass signified. (R)
Jez Nelson presents British big bands Beats & Pieces and Sid Peacock's Surge.
Jonathan Swain introduces Beethoven's Missa Solemnis in a performance from the 2011 Proms.
Tuesday 21 August 2012