Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests and the Friday poem. Email email@example.com Show more
Donald Macleod explores the women who shaped Hector Berlioz’s life and work. Today, Berlioz’s life comes full circle as he tries rekindling an old flame. Show more
Recent recordings of performances from the Netherlands and Denmark, introduced by Tom McKinney, culminating in music by Walton, Sibelius and Tchaikovsky. Show more
Tom Service considers drums - one of the most ancient and primitive instruments, yet capable of great sophistication in the context of the classical orchestra or a jazz band. Show more
Sean Rafferty is joined in the studio by Miloš for a live performance, plus he chats to pianist Lang Lang, and to Polly Graham, Artistic Director of the Longborough Festival. Show more
In Tune's Mixtape's eclectic mix today includes wild dances by Brahms and Britten, music by two female composers from very different worlds and an invitation from a mermaid. Show more
Ian Page and The Mozartists are joined by harpsichordist Steven Devine and mezzo Kitty Whately for a concert of hits from 1771 by Haydn, Mozart, Mysliveček, Salieri and CPE Bach. Show more
Ian is joined by writer and botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer, linguist Dr Diane Nelson and poet Katrina Porteous to explore indigenous language and the natural world. Show more
At various stages in his life, Adrian Edmondson has attempted to change his name. He ponders his family history and how he came to be called Adrian. Show more
Jennifer Lucy Allan serves up a tasty mixtape concocted by Japanese producer Foodman. Plus New Orleans noise punk, vocals from Mexican churches and a techno cover of Lou Reed. Show more
Feel inspired with music from Georgia Anne Muldrew, Solange, Hazel Scott and more.
An hour of feel-good harmonies from the likes of Hope Tala, The Beach Boys and Norah Jones.
Ning Feng joins the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra for Beethoven's Violin Concerto, followed by Nielsen's Fifth Symphony. Presented by Catriona Young. Show more