Music Matters marks the beginning of spring.
Spring lambs, blue sheep
Music Matters Lab at Free Thinking
Kate Molleson gets emotional at the Free Thinking Festival for this live special.
Music without compromise
Tom meets Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili.
Michael Tippett and Ukrainian polyphony
A new biography on composer Michael Tippett and the Ukrainian polyphony project.
Transgender opera singers, harpsichords and Billy Budd
Sara Mohr-Pietsch speaks to transgender singers from around the world.
Singer Rosalind Plowright, 18th-century Scottish music theorists and a biography of Dukas.
Being seen, being heard
Kate Molleson talks to Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla. Music fan clubs. Folk singer Josephine Foster
Stockhausen: Cosmic Prophet
Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Stockhausen's legacy, Baudelaire, and the Hum of the World.
Stephen Kovacevich, Thomas Ades and Howard Skempton
Tom talks to pianist Stephen Kovacevich and composer Thomas Ades.
Music heard so deeply that it is not heard at all
Tom meets conductor Santtu-Matias Rouvali. Composer Kaija Saariaho inspired by TS Eliot.
Tom meets Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto.
Welcome to the stage
Kate explores the life and legacy of Alma Mahler
Passing the music on
Sara Mohr-Pietsch reports on the decline of music A levels, and pianist Sulamita Aronovsky
AI and the future of music
A special edition exploring the impact of artificial intelligence on music.
BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2019, 50 years of queer books, Museum of the Year nominee Pitt Rivers
BBC Cardiff Singer of the World winner Andrei Kymach, queer literature of the 1970s
A down-to-earth look at all that's arty in Cumbria.
What does it mean to be celibate?
Richard Curtis: Writing Yesterday - Part one
Follow the hugely successful screenwriter as he crafts his new Beatles inspired film
Emily Segal and Neil Delamere join Sarah Brett
Sarah Brett is joined by presenter Emily Segal and comedian Neil Delamere.