Michael Goldfarb profiles composer Andrew Lloyd Webber.
A special extended interview with composer Andrew Lloyd Webber as he turns 70.
Michael Berkeley's guest is sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar.
Simon Heffer argues for a new understanding of Sir Hubert Parry
Frances studies Butterworth's A Shropshire Lad song settings and orchestral rhapsody.
Michael Flanders and Donald Swann's satirical revue closed on 2 May 1959.
Andrew Green explores the life and little-heard romantic music of William Lloyd Webber.
Debbie Wiseman tells the fascinating story of the composer of Captain Noah and Rumpole
Richter discusses his new eight-hour piece.
Poet Don Paterson meets composer Thomas Adès.
Exploring why Antony Hopkins's radio series Talking About Music was so fondly remembered.
How Antony Hopkins's radio show Talking About Music encouraged appreciation of Mozart.
Stephen Johnson on Antony Hopkins's broadcasts about Prokofiev, Stravinsky and Tippett.
Stephen Johnson explores how Antony Hopkins's broadcasts about music influenced him.
Sheila Dillon with an exclusive food interview with former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney.
Kate Kennedy reviews four female string players who were pioneering in their own lifetimes
George Benjamin discusses his works, Dance Figures and Sudden Time.
Giles Swayne introduces Dona nobis pacem
Charles Hazlewood explores Graham Fitkin's new work Tidal with the composer.
Feature on Graham Fitkin's Tidal.
Jonathan Harvey and Stephen Johnson look at two of Harvey's compositions.
Michael Berkeley’s guest is writer Helen Macdonald.
Simon Heffer explores the innovative world of John Foulds, a forgotten genius.
Jim Naughtie assesses the pair at the creative heart of the Beatles, Lennon and McCartney.
John McCabe introduces Great Lord of Lords (read by Ian Skelly)
Michael Berkeley’s guest is film director Ken Loach.
Catherine Bott and John Wilson explore the musical craftsmanship of Eric Coates.
Catherine Bott and John Wilson explore the music of Eric Coates.
Matthew Barley and the BBC Philharmonic explore the music of Mark-Anthony Turnage.
Matthew Sweet is invited to consider the music and method of composer Max Richter.