Emeli Sandé speaks to John Wilson about "big vocalists" and writing her very first song.
Mary King explores how advances in our knowledge of anatomy are changing the way we sing.
Antonio Pappano discusses conducting Mussorgsky's opera Boris Godunov for the first time
Simon Russell Beale explores the dynamics between soloist and orchestra in the concerto.
Will teenagers Mohammed and Jess both get into the National Youth Theatre?
The world-class soprano Latonia Moore gives her singing tips and names her karaoke song
People of the Year: Marin Alsop
An inspiring lady and our conductor for the day-part of our Children in Need auction prize
presented by John Wilson
Catherine Fletcher measures the impact of Monteverdi's real and fictional female figures.
Sue and Tom wonder why so many national anthems sound the same.
The tenor, baritone & conductor Plácido Domingo on his return to the Royal Opera House
Roderick Williams explores how Britain lost its singing voice and if it be recovered.
Roderick Williams traces the long evolution of our amateur singing tradition.
Reverend Kate Bottley investigates the growth of professional funeral singers in Britain.
The untold story of the Last Post, one of the world's most famous pieces of music.
Natalie Maddix explains why she believes in the power of singing together.
Neil MacGregor on the role of distinctive dress and communal song in weekly gatherings.
Chorus masters reveal how the unsung heroes feel when a star conductor receives the glory.
Xian Zhang talks about conducting the BBC National Orchestra of Wales