With Tom Service. Including interviews with New York Philharmonic music director Alan Gilbert and composer-conductor Matthias Pintscher, plus a visit to White Cube at Glyndebourne. Show more
Tom Service profiles the African-American minimalist composer, Julius Eastman, and hosts a debate at Radio 3's Inclusion and Diversity in Composition conference in Manchester.
Donald Trump's cultural credentials, Barrie Kosky's The Nose, and a brief guide Indian classical music. With Tom Service.
Featuring cellist and Dresden Music Festival director Jan Vogler, Ravi Shankar's opera Sukanya and Jonathan Powell on the piano music of Kaikhosru Sorabji. Show more
With Tom Service. Including countertenor Philippe Jaroussky and Peter Millican, CEO of Kings Place, which is home to Minimalism Unwrapped. Plus a tribute to critic Michael Kennedy. Show more
Tom Service presents a portrait of pianist Rosalyn Tureck. Plus vocal group the Hilliard Ensemble at 40, Wagner as portrayed on screen and a book on Mussorgsky and his circle. Show more
Tom Service is joined by composer and conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen, principal conductor of the Philharmonia Orchestra and conductor-laureate for the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Show more
Tom Service talks to pianist Helene Grimaud and discusses Gesualdo with I Fagiolini. Plus a report on the Tredegar Brass Band's collaboration with Rambert at Sadler's Wells. Show more
Tom Service visits Opera North to hear from Mark Simpson about the premiere of his opera Pleasure, which is also reviewed. Plus a feature on Birmingham's Symphony Hall. Show more
Tom Service pays tribute to Gunther Schuller, talks to opera director Damiano Michieletto and Alex Poots, the outgoing director of the Manchester International Festival. Show more
Tom Service talks to Scottish born composer Thea Musgrave - one of the most respected composers working today - about her life in music.
Tom Service reviews Mike Leigh's The Pirates of Penzance at ENO, asks what the new government means for the arts and talks to pianist Leif Ove Andsnes. Plus Inside Song: Mozart. Show more
Tom Service meets trumpeter Hakan Hardenberger, explores Philip Glass's Akhnaten and talks to the author of new book Beethoven for a Later Age: The Journey of a String Quartet. Show more
In an audience discussion from Sage Gateshead for Free Thinking 2013, Tom Service asks a panel of invited guests the question 'who's really in charge of the classical music world?'. Show more
Breaking Free - A Century of Russian Culture: Tom Service meets controversial Greek-Russian conductor Teodor Currentzis. Show more
Presented by Tom Service. With pianist Idil Biret, Chris Walton's new book Lies and Epiphanies, a profile of composer Harry Partch and Anna Meredith's final Postcard from China. Show more
Tom Service reviews a new Handel biography with Robin Blaze and Tess Knighton, previews John Bridcut's TV documentary on conductor Herbert von Karajan and celebrates the viola. Show more
Presented by Tom Service. Including a feature on American experimental composer Morton Feldman and a review of conductor Christian Thielemann's book My Life with Wagner. Show more
Tom Service talks to violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja, discusses composer Claude Vivier and finds out about singer Jane Bathori. Plus Just the Two of Us: Colin and David Matthews. Show more
Presented by Tom Service. With conversation from pianist Nikolai Lugansky, discussing saxophone inventor Adolphe Sax and composer Anna Meredith with a postcard from China. Show more