Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth with her choice of music that has inspired her.
Tine Thing Helseth
US broadcaster Katie Puckrik presents familiar music in unfamiliar settings.
Art critic Waldemar Januszczak introduces a selection of music from the Renaissance era.
Actress Greta Scacchi introduces a personal selection of aquatic and sea-themed music.
Novelist Julian Barnes presents music by Mozart, Mahler, Prokofiev, Bach and Shostakovich.
Rob's Gold Standard
Archive recordings, featuring Rene Leibowitz, Conchita Supervia and Rafael Kubelik.
Piper and fiddler Kathryn Tickell introduces works by Debussy, Holst, Ligeti and Weir.
Kathryn Tickell introduces works by Soler, Barber, Ives, Halvorsen, Grainger and Skempton.
Featuring recordings by Willem Mengelberg, Elly Ameling, Helen Watts and Henryk Szeryng.
Amanda Foreman introduces music reflecting aspects of the British character and landscape.
Actor Rory Kinnear presents a personal selection of music for voice.
Including Barber, Beethoven and Bartok, plus Jacqueline du Pre playing Saint-Saens.
Rob Cowan presents music including Beethoven's Grosse Fuge and Copland's Piano Concerto.
Sue MacGregor: Introductions
Sue MacGregor on early encounters with music by Wagner, Bach, Shostakovich and Mozart.
Sue MacGregor: Professional Encounters
Broadcaster Sue MacGregor on her professional encounters with great classical musicians.
James Rhodes presents recordings by Glenn Gould and Vladimir Horowitz.
James Rhodes presents recordings by Glenn Gould, Vladimir Horowitz and Evgeny Kissin.
Bridget Kendall presents the music that has accompanied her through her global BBC career.
Rob Cowan introduces music by Bach, Beethoven, Delibes, Rautavaara and Myaskovsky.
Rob Cowan includes works by Malcolm Arnold, Beethoven, Miloslav Kabelac and Cimarosa.
Journalist Martin Sixsmith presents a programme of Russian music.
Comedian Josie Long with favourite classical and folk music for an Audio Survival Kit.
Rob Cowan with a personal choice of music, including Bach, Chabrier, Haydn and Dvorak.
CBeebies presenter Chris Jarvis with his choices of classical music for children.
Rob Cowan presents music including Vivaldi, Respighi, Britten, Mozart and Brahms.
James Rhodes with favourite recordings, including Grigory Sokolov and Jean-Marc Luisada.
Sound Frontiers: Richard Sisson
As part of Radio 3 at Southbank Centre, Richard Sisson celebrates musical septuagenarians.
Rob Cowan presents classic recordings of Dvorak, Bartok, Bizet and Sullivan.
Roderick Williams: Song
Roderick Williams with music centred on English song. With Purcell, Butterworth, Britten.
Roderick Williams focuses on foreign-language song. With Schubert, Faure and Rachmaninov.
Rob Cowan presents music including Zelenka, Ravel, Handel, Shostakovich and Chopin.
Simon Heffer's Ravel - early songs, piano pieces, chamber music
Journalist Simon Heffer explores Ravel's early songs as well as chamber and piano pieces.
Simon Heffer's Ravel - opera, piano concertos
Simon Heffer profiles Ravel, with excerpts from the opera L'enfant et les sortileges.
Dance: Deborah Bull
Deborah Bull introduces Tchaikovsky, Bach, Ravel, Schubert, Stravinsky and Max Richter.
Choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh presents a personal choice of music.
A personal view of classical music from a range of presenters.
Dance critic Mark Monahan introduces music from the first hundred years of modern ballet.
Dance critic Mark Monahan presents music for the ballet from the 1930s to the present day.
Rob Cowan's Gold Standard
Rob Cowan's selection of music includes Smetana, Brahms, Bach and Edward Gregson.
Australian conductor Jessica Cottis presents a selection of music from her homeland.
Rob Cowan with a personal selection of music, including Finzi, Mozart, Prokofiev and Elgar
Rob Cowan presents a selection of music, including Beethoven, Arnold, Chopin and Debussy.
Film critic Peter Bradshaw presents a personal selection of music from cinema and beyond.
Rob Cowan presents a selection of music including works by Franck, Bach and Bartok.
Children's TV presenter Chris Jarvis chooses music composed for, and about, children.
Richard Sisson presents a selection of music on the theme of time.
Pianist James Rhodes presents a personal selection of music.
James Rhodes presents music, including Stravinsky, Sibelius and Schumann.
Rob Cowan presents music by Strauss, Debussy, Verdi and Copland.
Canada 150: James Rhodes on Glenn Gould
James Rhodes presents recordings by his boyhood hero, Canadian pianist Glenn Gould.
Pianist James Rhodes with the music, recordings and musicians he's most passionate about.
Pianist James Rhodes shares the music and musicians he is most passionate about.
Rob Cowan presents works by Mozart, Saint-Saens, Wagner and Dvorak.
Chi-chi Nwanoku profiles black composers and performers down the centuries.
Rob Cowan's selection includes music by Bartok, Verdi, Prokofiev and Monteverdi.
Danielle de Niese - Opera Season
Danielle de Niese, 'opera's coolest soprano', presents a personal selection of music.
Why Music? The Key to Memory
Soprano Lesley Garrett presents her personal selection of music from Wellcome Collection.
Baroque violinist Rachel Podger introduces music that has inspired her.
Violinist Rachel Podger shares music that has helped to define her musical personality.
Operatic bass Robert Lloyd on 50 years of the opera stage.
The composer and pianist Max Richter introduces some of the music that has inspired him.
Soprano Ailish Tynan shares great moments in opera.
Conductor Sakari Oramo introduces a selection of music from his home country of Finland.
Soprano Ailish Tynan explores the effect different languages have on songs and vocal works
Sir Thomas Allen
Baritone Sir Thomas Allen shares some favourite musical moments.
Australian Chamber Orchestra's artistic director Richard Tognetti with his favourite music
Clarinettist Julian Bliss chooses music showing the influence of jazz on classical music.
Baritone Roderick Williams chooses music connected with all forms of travel.
Rosalind Plowright shares the music that has shaped her life.
Debussy's Paris - Yan Pascal Tortelier
Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier chooses music from Paris in the Belle Époque.
Cerys Matthews takes us on a personal guided tour of the musical world.
Prom 4: The Planets
Live BBC Proms. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kirill Karabits and Nemanja Radulović.
Essential Classical Albums
Jamie MacDougall is joined by singer Horse McDonald for the best in classical music.
The Italian Job: Music from the Polish Court
Il Tempo Baroque Ensemble perform the Italian style that was all the rage in Warsaw.
Percussion comes of age. Colin Currie explores music for solo performers and ensembles.
Clemmie meets Amy Lamé
Clemency Burton-Hill talks classical with writer, performer and 6 Music DJ Amy Lamé.