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Geoffrey picks highlights from saxophonist Stan Getz's extraordinary career. (R)
Catriona Young presents music for lute and baroque guitar from France and Spain.
Elizabeth Alker presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
James Jolly presents music focused on gardens, by Chabrier, Janacek, Faure and Falla.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Zimbabwean human rights lawyer Petina Gappah.
From Wigmore Hall in London, Kathryn Rudge and James Baillieu perform English song. (R)
William Lyons celebrates the life and work of early music specialist David Munrow.
From the Chapel of The Queen's College, Oxford. (R)
Wine expert Oz Clarke talks to Sara Mohr-Pietsch about his history in choral music.
Tom Service explores why space-inspired music sounds the way it does.
Music and readings reflecting nautical life, read by Lesley Sharp and John Shrapnel.
Soweto Kinch discovers the remarkable story behind the apartheid-era musical King Kong.
Ian Skelly presents music by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Bach and Britten.
A new adaptation of Franz Kafka's classic The Trial. What has Joseph Kay been accused of? (R)
Simon Heighes presents a concert of music by Palestrina, featuring The Tallis Scholars.
The BBC Philharmonic performs Elgar's Cello Concerto and Lutoslawski's Symphony No 4.
Catriona Young presents a performance of Britten's War Requiem conducted by Andris Nelsons
Monday 20 February 2017