A selection of Radio 3's arts, drama, world music and jazz programmes.
A magical musical moment between a nightingale, Sam Lee, and Alice Zawadzki.
Ian McMillan's guests on the cabaret of the word include poet Maura Dooley.
Texts and music on the theme of the wind. Readings by Cheryl Campbell and Neil Pearson.
A special live edition celebrating International Jazz Day, with saxophonist Stan Sulzmann.
Series of dramas written in response to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets
From Cafe Oto in London, music by Michael Finnissy and electronic composer John Wall.
Kafka-inspired drama about a young man seeking advice from a series of self-help experts.
Reading of Whitman's poem Song of Myself, with excerpts from Orson Welles's 1953 version.
Crime writer Philip Kerr explains how brain surgery has advanced over the years.
Singer Sam Lee explores how archives around the world are repatriating sound recordings.
Shahidha Bari explores the history of suits with Anne McElvoy. Plus dramatist Neil LaBute.
Glenn Gould's documentary about the Mennonite community at Red River, Manitoba.
Feature about violin maker Andrea Ortona's work creating a copy of a Guarneri Kemp violin.