Geoffrey Smith considers one of the godfathers of jazz, Jelly Roll Morton. (R)
With Catriona Young. Including the Radio France Philharmonic in Bartok and Sibelius.
Martin Handley with music from World War I, the British Music Playlist and requests.
James Jolly continues Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance series with March No 2.
Michael Berkeley is joined by writer Pat Barker, who selects favourite poetry and music. (R)
Live from Wigmore Hall in London, the Kopelman Quartet performs Prokofiev and Shostakovich (R)
Piers Adams visits Charlottenburg, the palace of King Frederick the Great.
From Liverpool Cathedral. (R)
Sara Mohr-Pietsch explores the latest in the world of choral music.
Texts and music reflecting a world changed by war. Readers: James Wilby, Helen Baxendale.
Alyn Shipton charts the musical and social changes behind the emergence of jazz.
Music for voice, violin and piano by Somervell, Butterworth, Gurney, Kelly and Elgar.
World War One seen through the eyes of a Greek soldier fighting in the Macedonian trenches
Piano concertos for the left hand by Korngold and Hindemith written after WWI.
Catriona Young's selection includes Spring Summer Cantata by Maciej Malecki.
Monday 7 July 2014