Creativity, performance, debate
Singer Nancy Kerr explains why forests provide such perfect metaphors in folk music.
A meditative journey within the sonic backdrop of the ancient Indian city of Varanasi.
Clinging on for dear life with music and poetry and prose read by leading actors.
Radio 3 presenter Kate Molleson celebrates French composer Eliane Radigue.
Rana Mitter visits Tokyo to explore how Japan remembers World War Two today through film.
An alternative look at modern Japan's uneasy relationship with ghosts and ghost stories.
The 40 Days of Musa Dagh was both prophecy and epic paean to survival.
Patrick McGuinness discusses Brancusi's war memorial, the Endless Column in Romania.
How do Russia's latest cultural emigres feel about leaving their homeland?
Radio 3 presenter Andrew McGregor celebrates Thomas Tallis's powerful Lamentations.
Sarah Parish and John Nettles with westward-looking readings including Betjeman and Hardy.
A poetic meditation on physicist Ronald Drever and the search for Gravitational Waves.
Radio 3 presenter Kathryn Tickell celebrates composer and folksong fanatic Percy Grainger.
How one of Britain's best-known poets experienced the drama of the 1960s Prague Spring.
Without Richard Burbage, there would be no Shakespeare. Yet he's not well known - why?
Radio 3 presenter Tom McKinney celebrates French composer Olivier Messiaen.
Ian Sansom looks at the life and legacy of Soviet poet and artist, Vladimir Mayakovsky.
Radio 3 presenter Penny Gore celebrates the Czech composer Leoš Janáček.
A radio road movie with Dana Gioia, Poet Laureate of California.
Raad Rawi and Pearl Chanda evoke lush summer and parched deserts.
Radio 3 presenter Petroc Trelawny celebrates English composer Lennox Berkeley.
Sarah Dillon finds out the story behind the writing of RL Stevenson's Jekyll and Hyde.
Radio 3 presenter John Toal celebrates French composer Maurice Ravel.
Lindsay Johns argues that novelist Alex La Guma is an overlooked literary colossus.