Jane Jones is here Monday to Wednesday from 8pm with two hours of full works. On Thursday and Friday, Catherine Bott is in the hot seat.
Elgar and Bruch are among the composers who lived through and responded to the First World War.
On the 100th anniversary of Britain's declaration of war against Germany, tonight's Full Works Concert features music by composers whose lives were touched and forever changed by the events of World War 1
They include Elgar, who lost so many of his friends in the conflict and the German Max Bruch, whose son was killed in action.
GALLERY: Gassed, killed, bankrupted, inspired: great composers in the First World War >
Tonight's music includes:
Edward Elgar: Variations on an Original Theme Opus 36
Colin Davis conducts the London Symphony Orchestra
Ernest Farrar: Heroic Elegy Opus 36
Alasdair Mitchell conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra
Ralph Vaughan Williams: 5 Variants of 'Dives & Lazarus'
William Boughton conducts the English String Orchestra
Will Todd: Remembrance
Nigel Short directs Tenebrae and the English Chamber Orchestra
Piano: James Sherlock
Cecil Coles: Behind the Lines
Martyn Brabbins conducts the BBC Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Max Bruch: Symphony No.1 in E-flat major Opus 28
Kurt Masur conducts the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra
George Butterworth: The Banks of Green Willow
Mark Elder conducts the Halle Orchestra
Julian Grenfell: Into Battle
Reader: Ralph Fiennes