Including Schubert: Die schone Mullerin and Alfven: Swedish Rhapsody No 3 (Dalarapsodi).
BBC Radio 3
Sidsel Endresen and Stian Westerhus perform as part of Radio 3's Northern Lights season.
Series of discussions about religion and legend in Nordic countries
Penny Gore presents recordings of Nordic ensembles at music festivals in Nordic countries
Donald Macleod explores the life and music of Franz Berwald
Including John Cage: Suite for Toy Piano and Nielsen: Symphony No 6 (Sinfonia semplice).
3/4 Ian Skelly presents concerts given in Stockholm and Dresden.
Hayden Lorimer discusses ice with poets, musicians, explorers, doctors and physicists.
1/4 With a live concert from Kallio Church in Helsinki and a performance given in Copenhagen.
Rob Cowan presents music from the north, including Eduard Tubin's Piano Sonata No 2.
Poet and author Gerdur Kristny explores Iceland's Christmas myths.
Pianist Tord Gustavsen in concert as part of BBC Radio 3's Northern Lights season.
Music journalist Hilary Finch chooses northern performers.
Petroc Trelawny explores musical responses to the dark northern winters in Tromso, Norway.
With Andrew McGregor. Building a Library: Nielsen: Symphony No 6 (Sinfonia semplice).
Catriona Young presents a concert including Sibelius's Violin Concerto and Symphony No 7.
Petroc Trelawny presents organist Greg Morris in a recital live from Temple Church, London
Including Mozart: Sonata No 16 in C and Nielsen: Wind Quintet.
Including Tallis: Gloria (Missa Puer natus est) and Berwald: Symphony No 4.
Sean Rafferty with live performances from soprano Miah Persson and Onyx Brass.
Verity Sharp presents a performance of Sallinen's opera The King Goes Forth to France.
Katarina Karneus and Wolfgang Holzmair sing a selection of songs by Nordic composers.
Catriona Young presents the Swedish Radio Chorus performing Frank Martin's Mass.
The BBC Philharmonic in music by Gade, Norgard, Nielsen, Maxwell Davies and Sibelius.
Sean Rafferty with pianist Louis Schwizgebel, singer Marc Almond and Solomon's Knot.
The Danish National Vocal Ensemble performs works by Gade, Sibelius and Nielsen.
Including Schoenberg: Five Orchestral Pieces and Sinding: Piano Concerto.
Matthew Sweet is joined by Colm Toibin and others to discuss Bergman's Wild Strawberries.
The BBC NOW performs music by Nystroem, Stenhammar, Rautavaara, Leifs and Sibelius.
Sean Rafferty with live music from FitkinWall and the Heath Quartet.
Soprano Camilla Nylund and pianist Helmut Deutsch perform songs by Sibelius and Strauss.
Including Handel: Lascia ch'io pianga and Grieg: Symphonic Dances.
Five writers each consider the significance of a work of art to their nation
Matthew Truscott directs the Scottish Ensemble in music by Part, Bach and Gubaidulina.
Sean Rafferty with live performances by Ensemble Plus Ultra and the Peter Horsfall Quartet
Katie Derham presents music from Nordic countries
Donald Macleod discovers the musical culture of Iceland, including the work of Jon Leifs
As part of Radio 3's Northern Lights season, a concert from the Swedish Radio Chorus.
Musicians from Finland, Sweden and Iceland perform Bach, Crusell, Kirsten and Mendelssohn.
Fiona Talkington is joined by Anna Maria Friman to explore Nordic folk and medieval music.
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough asks whether there is a shared culture in the north of Europe
Music from the northernmost parts of the world, including Ture Rangstrom's Fourth Symphony
Texts and music about living in the frozen north. Readers: Bill Paterson and Janie Dee.
Geoffrey Smith celebrates the music of Norwegian saxophonist Jan Garbarek.
Alyn Shipton's selection of listeners' requests includes more Scandinavian jazz.
Matthew Sweet presents a selection of music from Swedish cinema.
Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth with her choice of music that has inspired her.
With Andrew McGregor and guests. Building a Library features Sibelius's Symphony No 1.
Ian McMillan celebrates the writing of the northernmost parts of the world.
Thomas Stronen and Hilmar Jensson in session, as part of Radio 3's Northern Lights season.
The Helsinki Philharmonic and John Storgards play Sibelius from Birmingham.
Fiona Talkington introduces recordings of Siberian music, plus Jan Garbarek and Svang.
Margaret Atwood, Arnaldur Indriadason and MJ McGrath talk about crime fiction and cold.
2/4 The BBC Philharmonic performs music by Sibelius, Saariaho and Rautavaara live in Salford.
Fiona Talkington presents music from Frifot, Wimme Saari and Rautavaara.
Joanne Harris and Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough discuss the god Loki and Norse beliefs.
1/4 The BBC Symphony Orchestra performs music by Saeverud, Wennakoski and Wiren.
Series featuring performances given at the 2015 St Magnus Festival in Orkney
For Radio 3's Northern Lights season Jez Nelson presents music from the Finnish jazz scene
Series of reflections on landscapes in the northernmost parts of the world
Live from Guildhall, Londonderry, Ulster Orchestra in Gade, Stenhammar, Nielsen, Sibelius.
Refresh your morning with a great selection of classical music
From the Royal Opera House, the world premiere of Georg Friedrich Haas's Morgen und Abend.
With Andrew McGregor. Including Building a Library: Schubert: Mass No 6 in E flat, D950.
5/5 Exploring Berwald's last years, in which he saw his opera Estrella de Soria staged.
4/5 Exploring Berwald's operas, his struggles with the establishment and his business acumen.
3/5 Exploring the most creative period of Berwald's life, when he composed his symphonies.
2/5 Donald Macleod describes Berwald's encounter with Mendelssohn and his new career in Berlin
1/5 Franz Berwald's early years, from child violin prodigy to composer.
4/4 The Danish String Quartet performs Nielsen's String Quartet No 4 and Nordic folk music.
3/4 Danish String Quartet in Beethoven's String Quartet No 1 and Nielsen's String Quartet No 1
2/4 The Danish String Quartet plays Nielsen's String Quartet No 2 as well as Nordic folk tunes
1/4 The Danish String Quartet: Haydn: String Quartet in C, Op 54. Nielsen: String Quartet No 3
Robert Worby and Sara Mohr-Pietsch present new music by Emily Hall and John Luther Adams.
Petroc Trelawny presents music for a Nordic Christmas sung by the Temple Church Choir.
5/5 Donald Macleod on works by two key musicians: Haflidi Halgrimsson and Daniel Bjarnason.
4/5 Exploring the influence of Iceland's sagas on its music and the contemporary music scene.
3/5 Works inspired by the world's oldest parliament and a lullaby sung by Bjork.
2/5 Donald Macleod hears the 'original' geyser in Iceland and introduces works by Jon Leifs.
1/5 Donald Macleod on Icelandic classical music's roots and composer Jon Leifs.
A celebration of contemporary Nordic writing in three new short plays.
Part of a concert given by the Nacka Music School in Stockholm to celebrate St Lucia's Day
Tanya Tagaq's soundtrack to the classic 1922 silent film Nanook of the North.
5/5 With Sibelius's most controversial work, plus perhaps his greatest symphonic statement.
4/5 Three of Sibelius's most powerful - and unusual - evocations of the Finnish character.
3/5 How Sibelius became caught up in the Finnish national fervour of the early 20th century.
2/5 Donald Macleod explores Sibelius's decadent life in 1890s Helsinki.
1/5 Donald Macleod on Sibelius's most famous celebration of the Finnish people, Finlandia.
Glenn Gould's 'contrapuntal radio documentary' on the idea and the reality of the north.
The psyche of Jean Sibelius, his music and a Finnish epic, starring Tim Pigott-Smith.
Ian Skelly introduces a performance of Sibelius's Kullervo given at the 2015 Proms.
Exploring the changing relationship between humans and the landscape in the far north.
Texts and music related to the North Pole. Readers: Olivia Williams and Charles Edwards.
For the Northern Lights season, Sara Mohr-Pietsch explores the choral scene in Greenland.
Fiona Talkington explores some of the music found in the Duben Collection.
For Radio 3's Northern Lights season, Michael Berkeley's guest is writer Sara Wheeler.