Music, performance and drama, inspired by the world's most northerly territories
Matthew Sweet is joined by Colm Toibin and others to discuss Bergman's Wild Strawberries.
A journey through the music, sounds and voices of the northernmost territories on earth.
Listen to the myths, sagas, and folk tales of the North.
Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth with her choice of music that has inspired her.
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough asks whether there is a shared culture in the north of Europe
Joanne Harris and Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough discuss the god Loki and Norse beliefs.
Sidsel Endresen and Stian Westerhus perform as part of Radio 3's Northern Lights season.
Hayden Lorimer discusses ice with poets, musicians, explorers, doctors and physicists.
Part of a concert given by the Nacka Music School in Stockholm to celebrate St Lucia's Day
Petroc Trelawny explores musical responses to the dark northern winters in Tromso, Norway.
Donald Macleod discovers the musical culture of Iceland, including the work of Jon Leifs
Five writers from Northern nations choose artworks which reflect their homelands.
Five writers each consider the significance of a work of art to their nation
Tom Service travels to Finland in search of the real Sibelius and his landscapes.
Actor Krister Henriksson presents a personal selection of music.
Donald Macleod explores how Sibelius's music helped bring the nation of Finland into being
For Radio 3's Northern Lights season, Petroc Trelawny presents from Tromso in Norway.
Exploring the changing relationship between humans and the landscape in the far north.
Matthew Sweet introduces a selection of film music with an Icelandic theme.