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Geoffrey Smith celebrates Coleman Hawkins, considered the father of the jazz tenor sax.
For Radio 3's Baroque Spring season, John Shea presents Telemann's Der Tod Jesu.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, celebrating Baroque Spring.
Rob Cowan marks the end of a year of featuring Bach's sacred cantatas with No 31, BWV31.
Michael Berkeley's guest is South African-born actress Janet Suzman.
Lucie Skeaping explores the Lutheran chorale in German Baroque music.
1/2 Brecon Baroque performs music by Schmelzer, Biber and Corelli at Tredegar House in Wales.
Katie Derham tours Tredegar House in Wales with Lars Tharp and the NT's Derw Thomas.
2/2 Brecon Baroque performs theatre music by Henry Purcell at Tredegar House in Wales.
Live from Manchester Cathedral on Easter Day.
Greg Beardsell on the legacy of Carlo Gesualdo. Plus a tribute to conductor Eric Ericson.
Texts and music on the theme of tears, with readings by Samantha Bond and Samuel Barnett.
Adaptation of Tennessee WIlliams's play, starring Liz White and Michael Malarkey. (R)
5/5 Lucy Duran visits Bolivia, listening to the panpipes of Lake Titicaca.
Kevin LeGendre presents a concert performance by the Quentin Collins/Brandon Allen Quartet
Presented by John Shea. Including the BBC Philharmonic in music by Grieg at the 2012 Proms
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, celebrating Bach Day.
Monday 1 April 2013