Lucie Skeaping presents music by members of the Ferrabosco family.
John Shea introduces Llyr Williams playing Mendelssohn, Bach/Busoni and Brahms.
Fiona Talkington presents music by Prokofiev, J Strauss II and Mozart.
Suzy Klein with music by Haydn, Barber and Tanaka. Plus her gig choices and emails.
Michael Berkeley's guest is comedian Alex Horne.
2/2 Catherine Bott explores the role travel has played in composers' lives throughout history.
Jarvis Cocker presents a concert focusing on the evolution of electric instruments.
From York Minster on the Feast of St Peter the Apostle.
Stephen Johnson explores the earliest surviving setting of the Requiem mass by Ockeghem.
Aled Jones introduces highlights from the 2011 Tampere Vocal Music Festival.
Martin Jarvis directs Ian McKellen in George Bernard Shaw's play about slum landlords.
1/2 Adam Nicolson explores ideas of Arcadia in the work of Hesiod, Virgil and Horace.
A sequence of music, poetry and prose celebrating the landscape of southern England.
Claire Martin presents music from saxophonist Julian Arguelles and pianist John Taylor.
John Shea presents music by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Smetana and Grieg. All composed in 1876.
Monday 4 July 2011