With cellist Pau Codina playing Bach and Brahms in a residency at La Pedrera, Barcelona.
Petroc Trelawny presents the breakfast show, with the Best of British Music Playlist.
With Sarah Walker. Including Sarah's Essential Choice: Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe.
3/5 Donald Macleod on the events of 1782, when Mozart married and composed his most bawdy song
2/4 Katie Derham presents the Nash Ensemble performing music by Bruckner and Brahms.
3/4 With Katie Derham. Mozart: Concerto in C, K299; Symphony No 29. Respighi: Pines of Rome.
From Durham Cathedral.
Live music from Jamie Cullum, Denis Matsuev and the London Soloists Ensemble.
BBC SO with Kirill Gerstein (piano) in music by Herrmann, Schoenberg, Gershwin and Bartok.
John Lanchester discusses the wealth gap, banking and how we understand the economy.
8/10 Naomi Paxton on the movement for a women's theatre from the 1890s to the start of WWI.
Nick Luscombe's selection includes Martijn Comes, and Iiyoshi and the WIP.
Catriona Young presents pianist Elina Bertina in Beethoven, Debussy, Liszt and Carl Vine.
Thursday 13 November 2014