Presented by John Shea. Including Aleksandar Madzar performing with the Croatian RTSO.
With Petroc Trelawny. Includes BBC correspondents on cultural life in Europe in early 1914
With Sarah Walker. Including Sarah's Essential Choice: Ravel: Piano Trio.
2/5 Donald Macleod on the relationship between Berg and Webern and their mentor, Schoenberg.
1/4 Kari Kriiku and the Heath Quartet celebrate the clarinet with music by Mozart, and Eisel.
2/5 Music by Francisco Valls, Debussy, Charles Koechlin, Strauss and Mahler.
Suzy Klein with music and guests. Plus Jonathan Pryce with a postcard from Paris in 1914.
Anne Queffelec (piano), Ruby Hughes (soprano), Iain Burnside (piano) in music from Paris.
AS Byatt, Alexandra Harris, Neil Brand and Philipp Blom on culture in Europe pre-WWI.
2/5 Hugh Schofield on the storm in Paris over the murder of pacifist Jean Jaures before WWI.
Nick Luscombe's selection includes Cassette Boy, David Rovics and Phil Ochs.
John Shea presents Widor's rarely-heard piano concertos with Martin Roscoe and the BBC CO.
Wednesday 8 January 2014