Sara Mohr-Pietsch and guests answer questions about anything to do with the piano.
Sarah Walker and guests answer questions about anything to do with the piano.
Alexandra Wilson takes a flapper's journey back to 1920s' operatic London.
Andrew Ross Sorkin traces the reputation of UK and USA bankers through history.
Michael Goldfarb explores the three-hundred-year history of the piano.
Warrior monks, crusaders and the mysterious origins of modern banking.
Investigating the death of bank intern Moritz Erhardt and the working culture of the City.
The story of the battery begins inside a dead murderer. It's a tale that's far from over.
New developments in battery technology are changing the way Britain is powered.
Sean Street examines those moments where Radio forgets itself.
A sound portrait in which artist Graeme Miller captures the poetry of the landline.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Canadian pianist and rapper Chilly Gonzales.
Renaissance man Luca Pacioli wrote the definitive book on double-entry bookkeeping.
Jamie visits London's former piano-making hub and looks at the UK's thriving industry.
Jazz pianist Jamie Cullum visits some remarkable places pianos are found in the UK today.
Mongolia's remarkable rise to being an opera superpower.
Jazz pianist Jamie Cullum meets piano enthusiasts up and down the country.
Feature about violin maker Andrea Ortona's work creating a copy of a Guarneri Kemp violin.
Sheila Dillon hears how music and food have influenced each other over the past 400 years.
Adrian Mourby examines the history of the operatic plot.
Chris Ledgard explores the impact of the telephone.
The comedian Mark Thomas discusses the inspiration behind his new show Opera Figaro.
presented by John Wilson
Flora Willson traces the roots of global opera broadcasting to old New York.
Why does opera turn off so many music lovers?
Mark Miodownik explores the prospect of a new generation of highly poweful batteries.