Robert Hollingworth explores Monteverdi's powerful fourth book of madrigals.
Jonathan Swain presens music by Svendsen, Bruch, Halvorsen, Schubert, Suk, Engel, Britten.
Martin Handley presents a refreshing selection of music.
Suzy Klein explores music with holiday connections, by Chopin, Glass, Elgar and Ellington.
Michael Berkeley is joined by is Libyan author Hisham Matar.
Lucie Skeaping explores the life and music of 17th-century composer Thomas Ravenscroft.
Fiona Talkington introduces listeners' requests including Strauss, Mahler and Britten.
From the Priory Church, Edington during the 2010 Festival of Music within the Liturgy.
Stephen Johnson explores Brahms's challenging Violin Concerto.
1/3 Czech Philharmonic/J Eliot Gardiner in Dvorak: Carnival Overture. Martinu: Symphony No 6.
Poet and archaeologist Peter Didsbury extols the joys of rain.
2/3 Czech Philharmonic/John Eliot Gardiner in Grieg: Piano Concerto (soloist - Lars Vogt).
Rana Mitter examines Czech genius, from Kafka and Capek to Hrabal and beyond.
3/3 Czech Philharmonic/J Eliot Gardiner in Janacek: Ballad of Blanik. Dvorak: Symphony No 8.
Robert Worby examine the Art of Noises, an offshoot of the Italian Futurism movement.
Texts and music on the theme of the afterlife. Readings by Sophie Okonedo and Paul Copley.
Claire Martin presents the latest jazz news and an interview with vocalist Norma Winstone.
Jonathan Swain presents music by Verdi, Hummel, Viotti, Brahms, Bach, Madetoja, Vivaldi.
Monday 30 August 2010