Host Jim Svejda guides you through the world of classical recordings with artist profiles, engaging interviews and reviews. This week: In the second of two programs featuring highlights from Leopold Stokowski’s Chicago Symphony concerts from 1958, a live performance of Brahms’ Second Symphony.

Sunday, February 4 | 10 pm
“Percy Grainger, pianist.” The Australian composer in piano recordings from 1908-1945.

Sunday, February 11 | 10 pm
A conversation with the music director of London’s Royal Opera House (and Rome’s Santa Cecilia Orchestra), Sir Antonio Pappano.

Sunday, February 18 | 10 pm
“Stokowski in Chicago” — In the first of two programs, live highlights from the conductor’s first appearances with the Chicago Symphony in 1958.

Sunday, February 25 | 10 pm
In the second of two programs featuring highlights from Leopold Stokowski’s Chicago Symphony concerts from 1958, a live performance of Brahms’ Second Symphony.

Sunday, March 4 | 10 pm
A conversation with violinist Gil Shaham.

Sunday, March 11 | 10 pm
The Record Shelf Record Reviews — critical reactions to the latest compact discs.

Sunday, March 18 | 10 pm
“The Young Ansermet.” Early recordings by the founder of L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Ernest Ansermet.

Sunday, March 25 | 10 pm
In the second of two programs, early recordings by the Swiss conductor Ernest Ansermet.