On TV, radio and digital, in collaboration with the V&A and the Royal Opera House
Alexandra Wilson takes a flapper's journey back to 1920s' operatic London.
The journey of an awkward teenager in Kentucky towards opera and literature.
Rachel Cooke examines the trappings that surround opera-going.
Actor David Threlfall ponders his ambivalent responses to opera.
Patricia Duncker on the dangerous and seductive ways opera can overwhelm the senses.
Opera used to baffle Julian Barnes, then something happened and everything changed.
John Tusa revisits the three provincial German towns where he first discovered opera.
Opera designer Hildegard Bechtler shares her musical passions with Michael Berkeley.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch asks: 'What is the future of opera?' With Dame Felicity Palmer.
Danielle de Niese, 'opera's coolest soprano', presents a personal selection of music.
Experience opera inspired by Siegfried Sassoon's war poems in 360°.
A complete performance of the Mozart favourite, recorded this summer.
Five spellbinding moments, from St Pancras to the Hebrides.
A complete performance of Handel's 1744 masterpiece, recorded this summer.
Inside the V&A's blockbuster new show exploring 400 years of opera.
Find out what's happening this autumn across the BBC.