Get more from the music with a series of informative, funny and entertaining talks from expert speakers.
Tom Service talks to the German conductor Christian Thielemann.
The life and work of Staatskapelle Dresden and the orchestra’s place in German culture.
Proms interval talk: The Great Fire of London
Historian and gardening writer Anna Pavord talks about his work and his legacy
Julianne Pachico is a new literary talent from South America.
Sir Simon Rattle talks about his pairing of Mahler’s 7th Symphony with Boulez's Éclat.
A discussion of Brahms's Second Symphony.
Sarah Walker discusses Bruckner's Ninth Symphony with Stephen Johnson and Erik Levi.
Philip Kerr discusses East and West Germany, their differences and similarities.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch talks to William Mival and Gavin Plumey about Strauss's epic.
Ian Skelly discusses the work with Rosamund Bartlett and Marina Frolova-Walker.
Benjamin Pope finds Henry Wood's own copy of the score of Rachmaninov's Third Symphony.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch talks to Esther Cavett and Sir Nicholas Kenyon about Mozart's Requiem.
São Paulo SO's director, Arthur Nestrovski, describes the orchestra's life and work.
Rev Richard Coles and Imtiaz Dharker explore the Devil in Christian and Islamic cultures.
An introduction to the music of Quincy Jones with conductor Jules Buckley.
Reflections on the importance of the wool trade in the work of Shakespeare.
30 years after he was held hostage, Brian Keenan reveals how music offered him salvation.
Ian Skelly talks to Matthew Head and Timothy Jones about Mozart's Mass in C minor.
Louise Fryer talks to Janacek experts Nigel Simeone and Jan Smaczny.
Dr Sarah Dillon explores the way Shakespeare depicted the acting profession in his plays.
Stephen Johnson discusses the poetry used by Mahler in Das Lied von der Erde.
Christopher Cook explores Wagner's writing for the orchestra with Barbara Eichner.
Sarah Walker delves into Beethoven's Eighth Symphony with musicologist John Deathridge.