Catriona Young presents The Orchestra of C.18th and Franz Bruggen.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With Andrew McGregor. Including Debussy, Casella and Bach cantatas.
The story of the orchestra who gave the first ever concert at the Royal Albert Hall. (R)
Catherine Bott talks to lutenist Paul O'Dette about John Dowland's travels around Europe.
Ruby Hughes, James Gilchrist, Christoph Denoth and Imogen Cooper perform music by Britten. (R)
The Britten Sinfonia and Sarah Connolly in Britten, Holst, Lennox Berkeley and Tippett.
Alyn Shipton presents a selection of listeners' jazz requests.
2/2 Noriko Ogawa explores musical connections to Japan. With Ravel, Shostakovich and Prokofiev (R)
1/2 BBC SSO in J Strauss II: By the Beautiful Blue Danube. MacMillan: Violin Concerto.
Robert Crawford and Fiona Stafford on the links between Scott, Burns and Beethoven.
2/2 BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in Beethoven: Coriolan Overture; Symphony No 5.
Christine Finn examines the life and work of fellow archaeologist Jacquetta Hawkes. (R)
Robert Worby presents music by Stockhausen and Boulez in conversation with Paul Griffiths.
Geoffrey Smith presents music from the 50-year career of trumpeter-cornettist Ruby Braff.
John Shea presents a celebration of music by cellist David Popper who died in 1913.
Sunday 4 August 2013