Geoffrey Smith on how Ahmad Jamal's piano trio influenced the work of Miles Davis.
John Shea presents the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain at the 2012 Proms.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
James Jolly's selection of music includes unusual versions of Mozart's Don Giovanni.
Michael Berkeley's guest is art critic and TV presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon.
Lucie Skeaping explores the Marian hymn Salve Regina.
Francois-Xavier Roth conducts the BBC NOW in music by Tchaikovsky and Bartok.
From the Chapel of King's College, London.
4/6 Harry Christophers celebrates his passion for the music of Tomas Luis de Victoria.
Texts and music about discovery. Readers: Katherine Parkinson and Stephen Campbell Moore.
3/3 The Rev Richard Coles focuses on the idea of redemption in sacred and secular societies.
By Katie Hims. Things are going well for Dave, but he takes everything for granted.
Lucy Duran joins the new World Routes Academy protegee Fidan Hajiyeva in a BBC session.
A gig from Jazz on a Winter's Weekend and a preview of the Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival
John Shea presents Michael Tippett's oratorio A Child of Our Time from the 2012 Proms.
Monday 25 February 2013