A personal journey, taking in great musicians and great music.
John Shea presents the Odhecaton Ensemble performing Palestrina's Pope Marcellus Mass.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
Rob Cowan presents a selection of music, including a Bach cantata: BWV54.
Michael Berkeley's guest is scientist and author Jared Diamond.
Catherine Bott launches Baroque Spring with a live performance from the English Concert.
1/2 The BBC Singers and St James's Baroque perform music by Purcell, Blow and Locke.
Katie Derham explores the history of The Vyne, a 16th-century country house in Hampshire.
2/2 The BBC Singers and St James's Baroque in music by Pelham Humfrey, Purcell and John Blow.
From Durham Cathedral. (R)
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents a live edition for Radio 3's Baroque Spring season.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music about and by Baroque composers.
Professor Tim Blanning explores the shifting ideas that nurtured and shaped the Baroque.
Comedy about a real tennis match between the Earl of Oxford and Philip Sidney. (R)
1/5 Lucy Duran explores Latin American Baroque in Paraguay, focusing on music for the harp.
Claire Martin presents concert music from the Iain Dixon/Mike Walker 5.
John Shea introduces a performance of Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 from the 2010 Proms.
Monday 4 March 2013