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.
presented by John Wilson
Michael Goldfarb explores the three-hundred-year history of the piano.
Joan meets influential folk guitarist Bert Jansch.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Canadian pianist and rapper Chilly Gonzales.
Dr Kate Kennedy explores the life and journeys of pioneer cellist Lise Cristiani.
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.
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.
Watch Mark Lawson get to grips with the classical instrument which accompanied Francis Drake's 16th century voyage.
Mahan Esfahani discovers why the harpsichord is an often misunderstood instrument.
What's it like to make your art in the moment?
Gwenan Gibbard and Robin Huw Bowen visit the Teifi Harps Factory in Llandysul.
Saxophonist and writer John Harle tries his best to pass on the secrets of the saxophone
Three trombone experts talk about the life of an orchestral trombone player.
British jazz musician Soweto Kinch examines the intriguing history of the saxophone.
Catherine Bott, Laurence Dreyfus and Phantasm on English viol music.
Keith Waithe gives Julian May a tour of his collection of 207 flutes from around the globe
Oboist Paul Mosby has Alzheimer's - can music therapy reconnect him with his past?
Highlights include a new rendition of the Eastenders' theme tune!