Saturday, 18 April 2015
Nick Bailey eases you into the day with music to recharge the batteries.
As the first ever Dark Skies run takes place in Northumberland this evening, Jane will play something special for the runners taking part.
Alan has another gardening tip in store for anyone planning on spending the weekend doing the weeding or tending to plants.
Join Nicholas for three hours of great music, including some opera favourites from the Classic FM Hall of Fame.
Alexander starts off with his Hall of Fame 3 at 3. Mozart, Faure and Rachmaninov are on the menu.
This week Andrew is in animated mode, turning his attention to the wonderful world of cartoons, from Pixar hits such as Up and Wall-E to Disney's blockbuster Frozen.
There are plenty of birthdays to mark tonight, including those of American pianist Murray Perahia, English conductor John Eliot Gardiner and Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev.
David Mellor takes a look at the latest musical offerings, awarding his selections with titles including Connoisseur's Choice, Best Bargain and Album of the Week.
Myleene presents her selection of smooth classics - the most relaxing classical music ever - to help you wind down at the end of the day.