Jonathan Swain presents an organ recital given by Jordi Cabré in Barcelona.
Ian Skelly presents Breakfast, featuring the British Music Playlist and your requests.
With Rob Cowan and his guest, the humanitarian and author Terry Waite.
2/5 Donald Macleod considers the impact on Weinberg of Stalin's tightening grip on the Arts.
1/4 Piano duets by Schubert at the Hay Festival with Philip Moore and Simon Crawford-Phillips.
2/4 Katie Derham introduces the BBC National Orchestra of Wales live in Cardiff.
Live music from pianist Cyprien Katsaris, tenor Allan Clayton plus Nelly Miricioiu.
Live from Wigmore Hall, London, American countertenor Lawrence Zazzo in Sacred and Profane
Matthew Sweet talks to American novelist Joshua Ferris. Plus how high should London build?
2/5 John D McHugh reflects on the role of empathy and friendship in Robert Capa's work. (R)
Nick Luscombe has music from Sierra Leone, Japan and the original Star Trek TV series.
BBC Proms 2012: Jonathan Swain presents the BBC Philharmonic performing Mahler.
Wednesday 4 June 2014