Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With Andrew McGregor. Including Faure: Piano Quartets; An interview with conductor JoAnn Falletta; Recent organ releases, from Bach to Bolcom; Handel: Saul.
Julian Lloyd Webber introduces four heroes of the cello-playing world: Felix Salmond, Milos Sadlo, Antonio Janigro and Leonard Rose, asking why they are not better known. Show more
Acis and Galatea: Lucie Skeaping explores one of Handel's most popular works. With excerpts from recordings conducted by Trevor Pinnock, John Eliot Gardiner and Adrian Boult. Show more
The Nash Ensemble perform Debussy's Sonata for flute, viola and harp and are joined by soprano Christine Schäfer in Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire. Show more
Composer Eric Whitacre introduces a selection of music that has been of particular inspiration to him. Repertoire includes works by Ravel, Britten, Prokofiev and Mozart. Show more
Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London, American organ virtuoso Cameron Carpenter performs music by Bach, including his own arrangements. Show more
Alyn Shipton presents requests, including guitarist John Scofield, a classic from Larry Adler, and pianist Garnet Clark. Plus Chris Barber, Ken Colyer and Miles Davis. Show more
Texts and music related to epiphany, with readings by Joanna David and Bertie Carvel. Including TS Eliot, Carol Ann Duffy and Wole Soyinka, plus Bach, Menotti, Lennox Berkeley. Show more
Prom in which Riccardo Chailly conducts the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. Mendelssohn: Overture (Ruy Blas); Violin Concerto in E minor (soloist: Nikolaj Znaider). Show more
Presented by Rana Mitter. With musicologist John Deathridge introducing an anthology of unexpected readings about Mendelssohn. Show more
Riccardo Chailly conducts the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. Mendelssohn: Overture (The Fair Melusine); Symphony No 5 in D (Reformation) (UK premiere of original version). Show more
A drama focusing on a mother's attempt to rescue her 16-year-old son who has run away from home and joined a group of militant environmentalists. Show more
Music by Gavin Bryars, Thierry Pecou and Francois Narboni played by Percussions de Lyon and, in the Hear and Now 50, an early electronic piece by Pauline Oliveros - V of IV. Show more
A seasonal selection of jazz recordings inspired by autumn from artists including George Shearing, Dizzy Gillespie and Sarah Vaughan. Show more