Sarah Walker explores Rachmaninov's choral works. Read more
Rachmaninov's Choral Music
Sarah Walker explores Rachmaninov's choral works.
Mahler: Das klagende Lied
Andrew McGregor explores Mahler's Das klagende Lied.
Britten's Choral Music
Sara Mohr-Pietsch explores Britten's choral works.
Matthew Rowe explores the works in Prom 50, including Mozart's Requiem.
Andrew McGregor explores Mendelssohn's Elijah with members of the Gabrieli Consort.
Beethoven's Missa solemnis
Sara Mohr-Pietsch explores Beethoven's Missa solemnis.
Proms Literary - The Literary Life of the Cello
Peggy Reynolds explores the cello in literature.
Louise Fryer and guests explore the life and works of Bela Bartok.
Proms Literary: Faust
Matthew Sweet discusses the appeal of the Faust myth with Mark Ravenhill and Simon Callow.
Literary: Musicians' Literary Passions
I Fagiolini director Robert Hollingworth discusses his favourite works of fiction.
Louise Fryer is joined by Stephen Hough and Malcolm Hayes to discuss Liszt.
Rana Mitter is joined by Daniel Karlin and Tariq Ali to discuss Rudyard Kipling.
Literary: Scandinavian Crime Writing
Val McDermid and Louise Welsh on the explosion in Scandinavian crime writing.
Literary: Music in the Movies
Screenwriter Ronald Harwood and pianist Neil Brand discuss the role of music in film.
Sarah Dunant and Margaret Kean on the influence of Dante from Shakespeare to the Beats.
The Real Brahms
Musicologist Kenneth Hamilton talks to Stephen Johnson about the real Brahms.
Literary: Prince Albert
Matthew Sweet and guests reassess Prince Albert and his legacy, the Royal Albert Hall.
Ian McMillan and guests celebrate the work of William Golding.
The Piano in Fiction
Anne McElvoy discusses the piano in literature with Rabbi Julia Neuberger and a pianist.
John Eliot Gardiner
John Eliot Gardiner talks to Tom Service about the Proms performance of Der Freischutz.