John Shea presents music by Halevy, Berlioz, Poulenc, Satie, Faure, Ward, Bach and Mozart.
Martin Handley presents a refreshing choice of music.
With Andrew McGregor. Building a Library: Mozart's String Quartet in D minor, K421.
Catherine Bott uncovers the story of radical composer Nicola Vicentino.
Catherine Bott presents a profile of 16th century composer Antonio de Cabezon.
Janine Jansen (violin) and Itamar Golan (piano) perform music by Beethoven and Bartok.
1/3 Performances from the World Routes Academy: British-Iraqi oud player Khyam Allami.
Archive interview in which the late John Dankworth selected some of his finest recordings.
Louis Longree conducts a 19th-century Romantic version of Shakespeare's tragedy, Hamlet.
Geoffrey Smith presents listeners' jazz requests, celebrating the life of John Dankworth.
David Bramwell probes Victorian psychic phenomena as revealed by a false moustache.
3/3 Tom Service presents music by Wolfgang Rihm. With the Fetzen cycle.
Lucie Skeaping explores the art of the lullaby and its inspiration to early music.
Susan Sharpe presents music by Brahms, Bach, Vivaldi, Coulthard, Shostakovich and Rodrigo.
Sunday 28 March 2010