Geoffrey Smith salutes Jazz's ultimate one-man band, Roland Kirk.
Jonathan Swain presents a 2013 Prom with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
Martin Handley presents Breakfast, featuring the British Music Playlist and your requests.
James Jolly presents his selection of music, plus the week's Beethoven violin sonata.
Assyriologist Irving Finkel and Michael Berkeley discuss clay tablets and chamber music.
Live from Wigmore Hall, London, harpsichordist Andreas Staier plays Bach and Couperin.
Vocal ensemble Vox Luminis recreates funerals of a German prince and and English queen.
From St Davids Cathedral during the 2014 Cathedral Festival. (R)
Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces her Choral Classic: Allegri's famous Miserere.
An exploration of birds and the human imagination, from Ted Hughes to Disney's Dumbo.
Tom Service investigates how architect Renzo Piano uses music to inspire his buildings. (R)
Sir Simon Rattle and the LSO play Beethoven, Schumann and Henze's Being Beauteous.
A new production of Chekhov's play with Neil Dudgeon, Anton Lesser and Lyndsey Marshal.
BBC NOW perform Lutoslawski's Third Symphony, conducted by Jac van Steen.
Jonathan Swain presents a concert given by Alexandre Tharaud and the Casals Quartet.
Monday 2 June 2014