Catherine Bott talks to Edward Wickham about the L'homme arme melody.
Susan Sharpe with music by Varese, Rachmaninov, Copland, Mendelssohn, Elgar and Viotti.
Martin Handley shares his personal choice of music.
Suzy Klein explores musical revolutions, focusing on Paris and Vienna.
Michael Berkeley's guest is scientist Philip Campbell. Music includes Bach and Tippett.
The BBC Singers perform music by Palestrina and his forebears from 16th-century Italy.
With Chi-chi Nwanoku. Including Casals playing Bach and Sylvia McNair in Mozart.
From Derby Cathedral.
Stephen Johnson explores the nuances and different versions of Faure's Requiem in D minor.
Aled Jones is joined by ensemble The Prince Consort to discuss solo vocal repertoire.
A dramatisation of Sudanese novelist Tayeb Salih's sensual and shocking thriller.
Sean Street tells the story of Cupids Cove, the first English settlement in Canada.
Sarah Lancashire and Paul Copley read works about the experience of going to school.
Jazz Line-Up presenter Julian Joseph talks to Branford Marsalis in front of an audience.
Susan Sharpe introduces music, including Bach, Franck, Clerambault, Peeters, Khachaturian.
Monday 18 January 2010