Geoffrey Smith surveys a rare vocal artist, Carmen McRae.
A towering baroque masterpiece from the 2017 BBC Proms, presented by Catriona Young.
Martin Handley presents Breakfast including a Sounds of the Earth slow radio soundscape.
Sarah Walker with a broad range of music, including her Sunday Escape.
Michael Berkeley's guest is human rights lawyer Philippe Sands.
Live from From Wigmore Hall, London. Jeremy Denk plays Bach and Schubert
Viol player Liam Byrne and lutenist Jonas Nordberg perform duets in York
Live from Westminster Abbey.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents her selection of choral favourites and new discoveries.
Is listening to a Bruckner symphony really like being crushed to death by a giant snake?
Harriet Walter and Tim McInnerny journey downwards with writers from Sappho to Larkin.
Sean Williams takes a first-class journey through the enduring contradictions of luxury.
A new fantasy adventure, based on the iconic work of medieval Welsh mythology.
The best concerts from Europe and beyond, with Kate Molleson. Tonight we're in Prague.
Vox Luminis performs two of Rameau's Grand Motets at the 2018 Utrecht Early Music Festival
2/3 Mahan Esfahani pays tribute to the iconoclasts that challenged ‘polite’ Bach performance.
Danielle de Niese provides Asian Network's Bobby Friction an Opera Fix from Bizet’s Carmen
World premiere of Cecile Chaminade's symphonic ballet Callirhoe. Catriona Young presents.