Saturday, 23 May 2015
Lucy Coward takes you through the night with the best classical music.
Jane Jones is in holiday mood, with plenty of summery music to get the long weekend off to a cracking start. She'll also be marking tonight's Eurovision Song Contest.
Alan invites you to spend Saturday morning in his company, beginning with another Classic FM Hall of Fame Hour from 9. Plus, how do you fancy winning a garden makeover?
Nicholas has the perfect music for a Saturday lunchtime, including another Movies Double Bill, which this week features music from a couple of British classics.
Things get under way with a Hall of Fame 3 at 3 which this week includes Morricone's beautiful music for The Mission. Plus a couple of very different choral favourites.
The Eurovision Song Contest is taking place this evening and, to mark the occasion, Andrew's taking us on a whistle-stop tour of the best European film music.
Tonight, Alex finds out why it took Beethoven at least three goes to get his only opera right, and explains why a Debussy ballet caused a stir in 20th century Paris.
This week David includes the latest release from the 91-year-old Sir Neville Marriner, as well as the new recording from the King's Singers.
Myleene presents her selection of smooth classics - the most relaxing classical music ever - to help you wind down at the end of the day.