Geoffrey Smith salutes the band-within-a-band craze of the swing era.
Catriona Young presents music by Barber, Debussy, Mahler and Gorecki.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring Mozart and Bartok.
Rob Cowan explores how 19th and 20th-century composers have tackled rhapsody form.
Michael Berkeley talks former MP Chris Mullin at the 2013 Free Thinking Festival.
4/12 Elias Quartet in Villa Lobos: String Quartet No 1. Mendelssohn: String Quartet, Op 80. (R)
Lucie Skeaping talks to Brian Robins about the journals of composer John Marsh.
An archive broadcast from King's College Chapel, Cambridge, first transmitted in 1981. (R)
From Sage Gateshead, Greg Beardsell presents a celebration of choirs in the North East.
A special live edition from Radio 3's 2013 Free Thinking festival of ideas.
AL Kennedy explores the impact and idea of Henry Ford's introduction of the assembly line.
Marin Alsop leads the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra in music by Assad, Bernstein and Mahler
By Katie Hims. Things are going well for Dave, but he takes everything for granted. (R)
Martyn Brabbins conducts the BBC NOW in David Matthews's Third and Fifth Symphonies.
Presented by Catriona Young. With pianist Luis Grane in music by Albeniz, Liszt and Chopin
Monday 28 October 2013