Geoffrey Smith explores the career of alto saxophonist and composer Benny 'King' Carter.
Susan Sharpe presents a concert given by the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With James Jolly. Includes the latest Bach cantata: Jesu, der du meine Seele, BWV78.
Michael Berkeley's guest is journalist and former newsreader Trevor McDonald. (R)
Catherine Bott presents a portrait of Spanish monk and composer Padre Antonio Soler. (R)
Martyn Brabbins conducts Dyson's The Canterbury Pilgrims at 2012's Three Choirs Festival.
Choral Evening Prayer from Neresheim Abbey, in southern Germany. (R)
Aled Jones meets the creator of a newly recorded oratorio inspired by deep family tragedy.
Texts and music exploring the colour green. Readings by Niamh McGrady and Sean Barrett.
Christine Finn examines the life and work of fellow archaeologist Jacquetta Hawkes.
By Mike Walker. In the jungle in Vietnam, two men relive the 1960 presidential election.
Including a review of new world music albums, and a studio session with Fuyuki Enokido.
Julian Joseph presents a concert given by the Buck Clayton Legacy Band.
A concert from Switzerland of Italian baroque choral music by Sammartini and Bernasconi.
Monday 10 September 2012