Chris Packham, host of BBC Springwatch, selects favourite episodes from Tweet of the Day.
Co-founder of bird song recognition app Warblr Florence Wilkinson likes the female siskin.
Florence Wilkinson, co-founder of bird song recognition app Warblr, enjoys the early bird.
Christopher Maltman debates the place of folk song in the classical recital repertoire.
Stephen Johnson and vocal group, Exaudi explore Gesualdo's madrigals.
Can the Rev Richard Coles write a new power ballad to rival Total Eclipse of The Heart?
Cerys Matthews and Tris Penna consider the legacy of the UK's first gramophone records.
Presenter Lindsey Chapman begins her two week takeover of the Tweet of the Day airwaves.
TV and wildlife presenter Lindsey Chapman returns for her second Tweet of the Day takeover
Grace Dent tells the story of a long distance romance played out via karaoke duets.
Wildlife photographer, naturalist & presenter Matt Williams selects from Tweet of the Day.
Wildlife photographer and presenter Matt Williams continues his Tweet of the Day selection
Writer and naturalist Miriam Darlington selects her quintet of birds for Tweet of the Day.
Naturalist Miriam Darlington selects a second week of birds for Tweet of the Day.
Howard Goodall and Suzy Klein discuss O Mirtillo, Mirtill'anima mia by Monteverdi.
Clare joins blind walker Rob Davies at Hulne Park, on the Duke of Northumberland's estate.
Clemency Burton Hill presents the series celebrating priceless music manuscripts.
Actor and birdwatcher Samuel West revisits the Tweet of the Day archive for a second week.
Actor and birdwatcher Samuel West returns to Tweet of the Day to select favourite episodes
Roderick Williams uncovers what songs can reveal about our changing attitudes to love.
Horror novelist and birdwatcher Stephen Gregory returns for a second Tweet of the Day.
Horror Fiction writer and keen bird watcher Stephen Gregory selects his Tweet of the Day.
Guy Garvey on the challenge of turning a collection of songs into a single piece of art.
Folk singer Eliza Carthy discovers Manchester's 19th-century broadside ballads.
The cast warm up their voices at the National Theatre
Songwriter and activist Tom Robinson talks about a new album which re-genders pop classics
Charles Hazlewood explores how composers have approached setting words to music.