From the 2010 Proms, the English Baroque Soloists celebrate the music of Bach.
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With Rob Cowan. Including Rob's Essential Choice: Wagner: Die Walkure (excerpt).
4/5 John Williams explains how he created the scores for Harry Potter, Jurassic Park and AI.
3/4 The Royal String Quartet performs music by Symanowski and Schubert.
Louise Fryer presents a performance of Verdi's comi opera Un Giorno di Regno.
Live music from Myrthen Ensemble and Karim Said, plus Karita Mattila and Jon Boden.
1/2 The BBC SSO in Lutoslawski's Symphony No 4 and Szymanowski's Songs of a Fairytale Princess
Ian Christie explores the life and work of Polish film director Andrzej Wajda.
2/2 BBC SSO: Szymanowski: Songs of an Infatuated Muezzin. Lutoslawski: Concerto for Orchestra.
Anne McElvoy presents a Landmark edition examining Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
4/5 Sunetra Gupta considers Marie Curie's reputation as self-sacrificing scientific saint.
Verity Sharp with music by Phil Cunningham, Biber for solo violin and French plainchant.
The Sydney Symphony under Simone Young performs music by Wagner, Szymanowski and Bruckner.
Friday 18 January 2013