Catherine Bott on the Italian composer, who once drew 30,000 people to an organ recital.
Susan Sharpe presents music by Schubert, Bach, Haydn, Wassenaer, Verdi and Tchaikovsky.
Martin Handley presents music by Vaughan Williams, Ravel, Glinka, Tallis, Bach and Lehar.
Jeremy Sams sits in for Iain Burnside and explores music about music.
Michael Berkeley's guest is writer and film-maker Tariq Ali.
Motet settings of the Song of Songs performed by Stile Antico.
Chi-chi Nwanoku with listeners' requests, including Durufle, Dohnanyi and Anton Rubinstein
From Bath Abbey.
Conductor David Robertson explores ideas of place in the music of Charles Ives.
Aled Jones explores the revivial in West Gallery music, also known as Psalmody.
A challenging play responding to the 7/7 London bombings.
Robert Crawford on why Robert Burns was a poet and songwriter of international importance.
Hugo Thurston and Pookie Quesnel with readings and music about places of worship.
Julian Joseph presents pianist Neil Cowley in concert at the 2008 London Jazz Festival.
Susan Sharpe presents music, including Grace Williams, Stanford, Byrd, Handel and Sowande.
Monday 26 January 2009