Susan Sharpe presents the OAE and Sara Mingardo in Handel's opera Tamerlano.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents Radio 3's breakfast programme.
Sarah Walker presents music by Vaughan Williams, Satie, Svendsen, Debussy and Brahms.
4/5 Donald Macleod explores Victoria found work as a musician inseparable from being a priest.
7/12 Jean-Efflam Bavouzet performs piano music by Haydn, Ravel, Debussy and Liszt.
A Prom in which Thomas Dausgaard conducts the BBC SO in Wagner, Liszt, Volans and Brahms.
Featuring Scottish Opera's Seven Deadly Sins and the 2011 North Norfolk Music Festival.
1/3 Glyndebourne Festival Opera in Act 1 of a new semi-staged production of Handel's Rinaldo.
Ruth Smith explores the parallels between Rinaldo and Shakespeare's Henry V.
2/3 Martin Handley presents Glyndebourne Festival Opera in Act 2 of Handel's Rinaldo.
Welsh poet Gwyneth Lewis recalls a wet childhood day in mid Wales in search of Taliesin.
3/3 Martin Handley presents Glyndebourne Festival Opera in Act 3 of Handel's Rinaldo.
3/4 Musicologist Richard Witts explores the significance of programme notes.
Verity Sharp plays music from around the world. Plus a session from singer Mara Carlyle.
Susan Sharpe presents a programme of dark humour performed by the Ejsberg Ensemble.
Friday 26 August 2011