Catherine Bott explores the musical legacy and life of King Dinis of Portugal.
John Shea presents music by Grieg, Chopin, Rimsky Korsakov, Ibert, Brahms, Falla, Corelli.
Martin Handley presents great pieces, great performances and a few surprises.
As Americans celebrate the 4th of July, Suzy Klein offers a stateside selection of music.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Barbara Stocking, CEO of Oxfam.
La Nuova Musica perform music by Gabrieli and Schutz at the 2010 Aldeburgh Festival.
Fiona Talkington presents listeners' requests with an American theme.
From the Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Stephen Johnson examines Tchaikovsky's popular First Piano Concerto.
Aled Jones is joined by Karl Jenkins to discuss the composer's choral works.
A portrait of the lives of poet RS Thomas and his wife artist Elsi Eldridge.
Joanna Moorhead traces the life of celebrated surrealist artist Leonora Carrington.
Texts and music focusing on clowns, with readings from Alison Steadman and Andrew Sachs.
Claire Martin presents a duet featuring young pianists Gwilym Simcock and Aaron Goldberg.
John Shea with music by Haydn, Suk, JCF Bach, Smit, Schubert, Durufle and Dittersdorf.
Monday 5 July 2010