Sue Perkins and Tom Service explore Beethoven's colossal symphonic legacy.
BBC business correspondent Peter Day explores Handel's financial dealings.
Performed by musicians from the BBC Philharmonic
Exploring the special place the music of Bach occupies in the lives of many music lovers.
Details of the study of aphasia and the effect of the music of Mozart on the human brain.
Private Passions guests reveal how Bach transformed their lives.
Professor John Butt explores the life and work of Johann Sebastian Bach.
Víkingur Ólafsson, our Lockdown Artist in Residence, live from the Harpa Hall on 24 April
Stephen Johnson and pianist Leon McCawley examine Bach's Partita No 4.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the life and influence of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
An exploration of Beethoven's first and last sonatas for cello and piano.
Stephen Johnson and the BBCSO with Grant Llewellyn explore Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.
Stephen Johnson explores Beethoven's String Quartet in A minor, Op 132.
Stephen Johnson explores Beethoven's Third Symphony in E flat, the Eroica.
Ben Okri on 'the effortless angel of the art of the music of the spirit' - Mozart
How Antony Hopkins's radio show Talking About Music encouraged appreciation of Mozart.
Chi-chi explores the remarkable life of Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
Stephen Johnson examines Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker and writer ETA Hoffmann.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Frederick II, king of Prussia from 1740 to 1786.
Robert Hollingworth explores Handel's youthful choral work Dixit Dominus.
Catherine Bott and Laurence Cummings explore the workings of Handelian 'opera seria'.
Stephen Johnson unpicks Haydn's Symphonies Nos 22 and 92.
Charles Hazlewood explores Haydn's Symphony No. 100 'The Military'.
An exploration of the history of the serenade, focusing on the beginnings of the form.
Damian Barr talks to the legendary Portuguese pianist Maria João Pires.
Michael Berkeley's guest is wine writer and broadcaster Jancis Robinson.
Conductor John Butt has reconstructed JS Bach's 1723 Christmas service
presented by Mark Lawson
Artist John Keane on the legacy of war artists and the power of Bach