2/5 Donald Macleod disusses Moeran's collecting of British folk music.
BBC Radio 3
1/5 Donald Macleod focuses on Moeran's early years, including his first piano music.
5/5 Donald Macleod presents part of Mozart's Don Giovanni, staged in 2010 at Drottningholm.
4/5 Donald Macleod explores Johann Christian Friedrich Haeffner's opera Electra.
3/5 Donald Macleod talks about former Drottnigholm music director Arnold Ostman.
2/5 Donald Macleod visits the auditorium of the fabled Drottningholm theatre.
1/5 Donald Macleod leaves Stockholm by steam-boat to fulfil a dream to visit Drottningholm.
5/5 Donald Macleod on Britten's late works, including his final opera, Death in Venice.
4/5 Donald Macleod introduces the final song from Britten's cycle The Poet's Echo.
3/5 Donald Macleod introduces Britten's Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac.
2/5 Donald Macleod presents part of Britten's cantata St Nicholas, plus two of his operas.
1/5 Donald Macleod presents music from early in Britten's career.
5/5 Donald Macleod discusses why Haydn was not such a Viennese composer.
4/5 Donald discusses how Haydn became a sought-after celebrity in London.
3/5 Donald Macleod explores Haydn's Catholic faith and religious drama in many of his works.
2/5 Donald Macleod investigates what working at the court of Esterhazy meant for Haydn.
1/5 Donald Macleod introduces the life and work of Joseph Haydn, the 'father of the symphony'.
5/5 Donald Macleod on Vaughan Williams during World War II, including Pilgrim's Progress. (R)
3/5 Donald Macleod on Handel's place in the London opera scene of the early 18th century. (R)
2/5 Donald Macleod and Suzanne Aspden discuss how Handel thrived in Britain. (R)
1/5 Donald Macleod on Handel's ability to impress and control his employers. (R)
4/5 Donald Macleod focuses on two completely contrasting Vaughan Williams operas. (R)
3/5 Donald Macleod explores Vaughan Williams's works on Elizabethan and Tudor themes. (R)
2/5 Donald Macleod explores the appeal to Vaughan Williams of Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress. (R)
1/5 Donald Macleod explores Vaughan Williams's first opera Hugh the Drover. (R)