Saturday, 6 February 2016
Katie Breathwick has the perfect music to soothe you through the early hours.
Join Nick Bailey - sitting in for Jane Jones - for the best mix of music for the morning.
Alan's Great British Discovery today features themes from a Great British rock band. And there's a chance to become very mellow indeed with Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings.
Nicholas provides the best accompaniment to your Saturday with music including Eric Coates's tribute to Queen Elizabeth and a trip down The Beautiful Blue Danube.
Today Alexander rides with the Valkyries, dances a Czardas and a Champagne Polka, and has a pre-Valentine's Romance from Shostakovich.
Andrew Collins celebrates the forthcoming 84th birthday of movie music maestro John Williams and plays some of his greatest and most popular scores, some of them chosen by you.
Among his anniversaries tonight, Alex celebrates the first performance of the London Mozart Players, and the birthday on Tuesday of film music supremo John Williams.
Humphrey Burton talks to the late Yehudi Menuhin about the war years, his friendship with Bartok and his romance with ballerina Diana Gould.
Myleene presents her selection of smooth classics - the most relaxing classical music ever - to help you wind down at the end of the day.