Alexandra Wilson takes a flapper's journey back to 1920s' operatic London.
Emeli Sandé speaks to John Wilson about "big vocalists" and writing her very first song.
Classical soprano and broadcaster Catherine Bott explores the world of the backing singer
Mary King explores how advances in our knowledge of anatomy are changing the way we sing.
Christopher Gabbitas explores how changing pitch affects a singer's voice.
19,000 containers can be poor company on a voyage. Time for some karaoke!
Mongolia's remarkable rise to being an opera superpower.
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.
Learn top tips on how to appreciate the artform from one of opera's biggest stars.
The Australian actor describes the challenge of adopting an American accent for Prisoners.
Exploring the lives, dreams and creative worlds of six 18- to 21-year-old global artists.
Is karaoke now an art form? Katie Puckrik hits the clubs in Portland, Oregon to find out.
The world-class soprano Latonia Moore gives her singing tips and names her karaoke song
How a converted cattle shed has become home to a major opera festival in the Cotswolds.
The comedian Mark Thomas discusses the inspiration behind his new show Opera Figaro.
presented by John Wilson
Vocal coaches Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher give Michael Rosen a thorough workout.
Catherine Fletcher measures the impact of Monteverdi's real and fictional female figures.
The athlete-turned-opera singer reveals how his musical career started at the age of 30
Short documentaries about music and musicians presented by Josie Long.
Are touring musicals stealing regional theatre's audience?
Flora Willson traces the roots of global opera broadcasting to old New York.
Why does opera turn off so many music lovers?
Roderick Williams discovers the social history hidden in the places we make for singing.
Nick Barraclough pays tribute to the art of the backing vocalist.
Nick Barraclough celebrates the unsung singers.
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.
Roderick Williams explores how songs and singing help us express a sense of belonging.