2/2 Sequence exploring Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy.
2/2 John Shea presents music conducted by Nikolaus Harnoncourt and John Eliot Gardiner.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, marking Britten 100.
Britten biographer Paul Kildea, tenor Ben Johnson and guitarist Sean Shibe join Suzy Klein
3/3 Members of Ensemble 360 perform Britten's String Quartet No 1, plus a work by Shostakovich
Suzy Klein is joined by composer Colin Matthews, who worked as Britten's assistant.
Maggi Hambling tells Michael Berkeley how Britten has inspired her painting and sculpture.
2/3 Britten's second Church Parable The Burning Fiery Furnace, with tenor James Gilchrist.
Live from Southwold, the BBC Singers perform some of Britten's best-loved pieces for choir
Tom Service and John Bridcut answer questions about Britten and ask who inspired him.
Louise Fryer presents Noye's Fludde, live from the town of Britten's birth, Lowestoft.
Suzy Klein, Tom Service and John Bridcut pick highlights from Radio 3's Britten 100 events
Pianist Peter Hill performs music by Bach, Berg, Schoenberg and Messiaen in Sheffield.
Adaptation of WG Sebald's novel about remembering the Holocaust. (R)
BBC SSO under Andrew Manze in music by Tobias Brostrom, Britte Bystrom and Anders Eliasson
John Shea's selection includes music by David Popper to mark the centenary of his death.
Monday 25 November 2013