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Geoffrey Smith celebrates trumpeter Bill Coleman, who made his major career in France.
Catriona Young presents an all-Tchaikovsky programme from Sweden.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's breakfast show, with the Best of British Music Playlist.
Rob Cowan explores the czardas dance and introduces Haydn's Symphony No 94 (Surprise).
Michael Berkeley's guest is writer Roddy Doyle. (R)
Janine Jansen, Sakari Oramo and Itamar Golan perform music by Prokofiev and Schubert. (R)
Sophie Yates explores Rameau's dance music in his theatrical works.
From St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh. (R)
The Academy of St Martin in the Fields performs music by Beethoven, Bruch and Walton. (R)
Texts and music evoking the undersea world. Readers: Emily Taaffe and Nicholas Farrell. (R)
1/2 BBC SSO under Andrew Manze in music from WWI, by Stephan, Kelly and Butterworth.
Writers Helen Dunmore and Simon Heffer discuss the idea of WWI's 'Lost Generation'.
2/2 BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under Andrew Manze in Vaughan Williams's Pastoral Symphony
A rare chance to hear Beaumarchais's original play, on which Mozart's opera was based. (R)
With Robin Tritschler (tenor), Leonard Elschenbroich (cello) and Mark Simpson (clarinet).
Catriona Young's selection includes Telemann's final oratorio, Der Tag des Gerichts.
Monday 18 August 2014