John Williams discusses the life of Paraguayan guitarist Agustin Barrios Mangore.
Michael Berkeley's guests is dancer and choreographer Akram Khan.
Charles Hazlewood explores pieces by Strauss and Respighi inspired by music from the past.
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.
Stephen Johnson explores the nuances in Barber's Violin Concerto and First Essay.
Tom Service talks to director Baz Luhrmann and composer Craig Armstrong.
The comedian creates a jingle especially for Front Row
Andrew Green explores the life and little-heard romantic music of William Lloyd Webber.
Conductor David Robertson explores ideas of place in the music of Charles Ives.
Christian Marclay reimagines how broadcast space might be used at the Open arts initiative
Debbie Wiseman tells the fascinating story of the composer of Captain Noah and Rumpole.
Richter discusses his new eight-hour piece.
Kirill Gerstein chooses conductor, composer and virtuoso Ferruccio Busoni.
Stephen Johnson examines the music and background to Debussy's La mer with the BBC SO.
Stephen Johnson explores the intricacies of Dvorak's Piano Quartet No. 2 in E flat.
Stephen Johnson explores Dvorak's American String Quintet.
Stephen Johnson explores Dvorak's New World Symphony.
Edward Cowie introduces Bell Bird Motet
Norman Lebrecht talks to music director of English National Opera Edward Gardner.
Fiona Clampin tells the story of two Birmingham professors of music: Elgar and Bantock.
Suzy Klein explores the drama engendered by Toscanini's visits to the BBC SO in the 1930s.
Sir Antonio Pappano prepares for the Royal Opera's new production of Puccini's La Bohème.
Lenny Henry talks to Bill Bailey.
Stephen Johnson considers the music of Manuel de Falla's Nights in the Gardens of Spain.
Charles Hazlewood and the BBC Concert Orchestra explore classical foxtrots for orchestra.