Geoffrey Smith picks some highlights from the career of Johnny Hodges.
John Shea introduces chamber music from the Fürstensaalclassix Festival in Germany.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
Rob Cowan presents music by composers whose music was 'forbidden' in Nazi Germany.
Welsh poet Gwyneth Lewis introduces her personal musical choices.
David McGuinness explores the music which came from the Court of Mary, Queen of Scots. (R)
From the 2013 Bath Festival, the BBC Singers perform a wide-ranging choral programme.
From St Davids Cathedral during the 2013 Cathedral Festival. (R)
Choral maestro Joseph Cullen introduces music by Mahler, James MacMillan and Bernstein.
A sequence of poetry, prose and music on the theme of crowds.
Rex Bloomstein investigates Burma's cultural life at a time of extraordinary transition.
David Pownall's play about a deal between Thomas Edison and Alfred, Lord Tennyson. (R)
Lucy Duran visits a musical event with London's Turkish community.
Claire Martin presents vibraphone player Roger Beaujolais and his quartet in session.
John Shea presents a recital given by the Danish String Quartet.
Monday 3 June 2013