Geoffrey Smith explores the keyboard style of Duke Ellington, in solos and ensembles.
The Minnesota Orchestra under conductor Osmo Vänskä in a concert from the 2010 Proms.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's breakfast show, celebrating Piano Season on the BBC.
James Jolly's selection includes vintage piano performances and a Bach cantata: BWV169.
Michael Berkeley's guest is novelist and short story writer Michele Roberts.
Lucie Skeaping explores the life and music of composer and pianist Jan Ladislav Dussek.
Juanjo Mena conducts the BBC Philharmonic in music by Wagner.
From Winchester College Chapel. (R)
Aled Jones spotlights the role of the choral accompanist. (R)
Texts and music on the theme of nuns, with readings by Sheila Hancock and Ellie Kendrick.
Jatinder Verma reports from India on how asceticism still matters in a modernising state.
Henrik Ibsen's classic play in a new version by Tanika Gupta, set in India in 1879.
2/3 With Pandit Rajendra Prasanna and Pushparaj Koshti performing at the 2012 Darbar Festival.
Claire Martin presents concert music from the 2012 Scarborough Jazz Festival.
Piano Season on the BBC: Pianists from the past including Glenn Gould and Rosalynd Tureck.
Monday 8 October 2012