Geoffrey Smith presents his favourite drummers, from Chick Webb & Gene Krupa to Max Roach.
Jonathan Swain presents a programme of Haydn, Bartok and Dvorak from Radio France.
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's breakfast show, with the Best of British Music Playlist.
Rob Cowan explores intermezzi and presents Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No 6.
Gabby Logan introduces the BBC Sport Prom, featuring music with a sporting theme.
Trio di Clarone perform music by Mendelssohn, Bruch and Schumann at Wigmore Hall, London.
Maria Cristina Kiehr, Ariel Abramovich in Castilian music from the dawn of the Renaissance
From York Minster.
The First Night of the 2014 Proms, featuring Elgar's The Kingdom.
Texts and music about kisses, with readings by Pippa Nixon and Jonathan Cullen.
Documentary version of Sean Borodale's poem set at a cattle market.
1/2 The World Orchestra for Peace under Valery Gergiev in Roxanna Panufnik and Strauss.
Prize-winning writer Pat Barker and poet Owen Sheers discuss artists' responses to war.
2/2 Live from the Royal Albert Hall, the World Orchestra for Peace in Mahler's Symphony No 6.
Nigerian writer Wole Soyinka's drama highlighting the plight of political asylum seekers.
Clemency Burton-Hill introduces George Crumb's Apparition, with NGA graduate Ruby Hughes.
Jonathan Swain's selection includes Beethoven Violin Concerto, featuring Anton Sorokow.
Monday 21 July 2014