Profile of the singer-songwriter whose drawling vocals and guitar wizardry have inspired many. Contributors include Phil Collins, Ralph McTell, Beverley Martyn and Beth Orton. Show more
Documentary looking at the life and work of soul and pop diva Dusty Springfield, using archive footage and interviews with fellow musicians including Elton John and Burt Bacharach. Show more
From LSO St Luke's Marianne Faithfull performs songs from her album Easy Come Easy Go, plus older hits including the original 60s arrangement of As Tears Go By. Show more
The BBC Philharmonic led by guest conductor Ben Gernon performs Beethoven's Emperor Concerto, Brahms's Second Symphony and Tansy Davies's orchestral suite What Did We See? Show more
First transmitted in 2015. The BBC National Orchestra of Wales perform ten pieces of classical music. Featuring artwork and performances from the nation's children. Show more
Three-time Grammy Award-winner Angélique Kidjo makes her Proms debut together with her nine-piece band in a late-night tribute to salsa legend Celia Cruz. Show more
Cerys Matthews introduces the London Contemporary Orchestra in a late-night Prom featuring sci-fi film music including excerpts from Alien: Covenant, Interstellar, Under the Skin and Gravity. Show more
Cult band Public Service Broadcasting join the Multi-Story Orchestra and London Contemporary Voices to perform a specially commissioned new arrangement of their 2015 album The Race for Space. Show more
French orchestra Les Siècles perform Stravinsky's Rite of Spring and works that influenced the 20th century avant-garde, from Rameau's Les Indes Galantes to Delibes' Coppélia. Show more
An all-Russian programme of Prokofiev and Shostakovich, performed by Danish conductor Thomas Sondergard with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales at the Royal Albert Hall. Show more
New sounds from the Proms including the premieres of John McCabe's Joybox and Mark-Anthony Turnage's Frieze, plus Murray Gold's new composition to mark Doctor Who's 50th birthday. Show more
Documentary series examining the musical icons of the 80s. Marc Almond and Dave Ball of Soft Cell remember the drink, drugs, break-ups and breakdowns, as well as the hits. Show more
The BBC Concert Orchestra and conductor Stephen Bell collaborate with leading musicians in this celebration of the diverse folk scenes and songbooks of the British Isles. Show more
Trevor Nelson and Edith Bowman present highlights of Dame Shirley Bassey's special performance for the BBC Electric Proms from London's Roundhouse. Show more
Studio performances from the British bands that broke through courtesy of punk between 1975 and 1982, with The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Buzzcocks, The Damned and many more. Show more
An archive celebration of BBC studio performances from the British bands that broke through courtesy of punk, with Dr Feelgood, Buzzcocks, Joy Division and many more. Show more
Mark Radcliffe introduces the classic folk-rock supergroup consisting of David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash from the Pyramid Stage.
Highlights of the performance by Franz Ferdinand on the Other Stage at Glastonbury 2009.
Mark Radcliffe presents coverage of legendary rockers Status Quo from the festival.
Mark Radcliffe presents further coverage from the Glastonbury Festival.