Handel's 'Israel in Egypt' from the 2017 BBC Proms, conducted by William Christie.
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Suzy Klein with the best in classical music, plus Sue MacGregor's cultural inspirations.
Donald Macleod looks into Schubert's friendships and focuses on the year 1820.
2/4 Nicola Heywood Thomas introduces music from festivals in Devon and Somerset.
Tom Redmond presents more performances from the BBC Philharmonic.
Live from Hereford Cathedral.
Zhang Zuo and Louis Schwizgebel play Rachmaninov's 6 Piano Duets, Op 11.
Sean Rafferty's guests include the Leonore Piano Trio, Frank Andersen and Samson Tsoy.
In Tune's specially curated playlist: come dream with Higdon, Hermann, Britten and Debussy
Britain's finest young folk musicians perform Peter Bellamy's ballad opera The Transports.
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough considers airport lounges railway stations and liminal spaces
3/5 Esther Woolfson contrasts Aberdeen, the 'Granite City', with its oil and gas industry.
Provocative Norwegian polymath Jenny Hval is our latest mixtape compiler.
Catriona Young presents a concert from Irish Radio of Spanish-flavoured music.
Thursday 11 January 2018