Catherine Bott explores the musical meeting in 1505 of Henry VII and Philip the Handsome.
John Shea presents music by Beethoven, Mozart, Bernstein, Vaughan Williams and Sibelius.
Presented by Martin Handley, who shares his personal choice of music.
Iain Burnside explores the rich and diverse musical life of Australia.
Michael Berkeley's guest is young choirmaster Gareth Malone.
Lucie Skeaping presents a profile of the London Handel Festival.
Fiona Talkington presents listeners' requests, including Rachmaninov, Part and Mozart.
From Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin.
Stephen Johnson, with pianists Llyr Williams and Benjamin Frith, on Chopin's Preludes.
Aled Jones explores choral music inspired by the natural world.
George Bernard Shaw's romantic comedy exploring the ideals and realities of war.
Louise Doughty explores the growth of the young adult fiction market in the UK.
Christopher Eccleston and Olivia Hallinan read from love letters - real and fictional.
In tribute to the late John Dankworth, Julian Joseph presents a broadcast from 2005.
John Shea presents music by Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky Korsakov, Bach and Jenner.
Monday 22 March 2010