Katie Derham looks at the origins of jazz dance, including the Charleston.
Origins of Jazz Dance
Kenneth MacMillan celebration
Katie Derham explores the choreography of Sir Kenneth MacMillan 25 years after his death.
Katie Derham presents discussion on a seasonal favourite - The Nutcracker.
Bach and the Ballet
Katie Derham and Mark Morris look at the world of ballet's response to the music of Bach.
Katie Derham with Akram Khan.
Katie Derham explores the vibrant and varied world of Caribbean music and dance.
Marie Rambert, a ballet by Wayne Eagling
Katie Derham talks with Wayne Eagling about Marie Rambert and his ballet inspired by her.
Tap with Clare Halse and Simon Adkins from the musical 42nd Street
The world of tap with Clare Halse and Simon Adkins.
Carlos Acosta celebrates 30 years in dance
Carlos Acosta celebrates 30 years in dance with a new show at the Royal Albert Hall.
The poetry of the puppet
Katie Derham looks at the relationship between dance and puppetry
Award-winning choreographer Matthew Bourne discusses how he reinvents classic ballets.
Katie Derham delves into the world of Flamenco with Samantha Quy and Tito Heredia.
Katie Derham delves into the choreography of Jerome Robbins in his centenary year.
Dance on Screen
Katie Derham talks to choreographer Mandy Moore
BBC National Orchestra of Wales: Brahms's A German Requiem
Concerts from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, including Brahms's A German Requiem.
Ensemble la Notte, William Cole
Top-class live music from some of the world's finest musicians.
I love you night and day
In Tune’s specially curated playlist, featuring music by Dvorak, Chopin, and Jacques Brel.
Postcard from Zurich
Alan Gilbert conducts the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra in Adès, Beethoven and Nielsen.
Nick Luscombe presents music made by unconventional line-ups