Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With James Jolly. Includes a Bach cantata: Jesu, der du meine Seele, performed by Felix Prohaska, music played on unusual instruments and a vintage artist: cellist Pierre Fournier. Show more
Michael Berkeley's guest is journalist and former newsreader Trevor McDonald. His choices include music by Elgar, Verdi, Handel, Beethoven, Copland, Puccini and Chopin. Show more
Catherine Bott presents a portrait of the intriguing Spanish monk and composer Padre Antonio Soler, who wrote keyboard sonatas, chamber music and choral works. Show more
Presented by Catherine Bott. Martyn Brabbins conducts Dyson's The Canterbury Pilgrims at Hereford Cathedral, as part of the 2012 Three Choirs Festival. Show more
Choral Evening Prayer from Neresheim Abbey in Southern Germany, sung by the Royal Academy of Music. Show more
Aled Jones meets the mother who commissioned a recorded oratorio in celebration of her son's life from composer Jonathan Dove. Plus jazz,comedy and pop from Austria's vokal.total. Show more
Texts and music exploring the colour green, with readings by Niamh McGrady and Sean Barrett. Includes Chaucer, Shakespeare and Wilfred Owen, plus Schubert and Maxwell Davies. Show more
Christine Finn explores clues in the personal and public life of previously celebrated archaeologist and writer Jacquetta Hawkes, to explain why she has faded from public memory. Show more
By Mike Walker. Stranded in the jungle during the Vietnam War, two men struggle to safety. They discover they campaigned on opposite sides in the US presidential election of 1960. Show more
Lucy Duran presents a review of new world music albums, and Paul Fisher introduces a studio session with Japanese Koto player Fuyuki Enokido.
Julian Joseph presents a concert given by the Buck Clayton Legacy Band at the Gateshead International Jazz Festival. With the Clayton compositions Smoothie, Scorpio and Claytonia. Show more
Susan Sharpe presents a concert from Switzerland of Italian baroque choral music, by Sammartini and Bernasconi. Show more