Here are the listings of the BBC Proms season 2013 in full:
"Thank you for sticking with me all these years," the 35-year-old bluesman acknowledges to his loyal fans before the encore. Occasionally, however, it was a bit of a struggle "sticking" with this two-hour encounter.
Sky-high ticket prices keep families away, but clowns need kids' gasps or it's just plain silly
A pensioner claiming to be a Catholic nun who sent envelopes containing white powder to parliamentary figures including Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg was given a community order today.
“We don’t do encores... If you want an encore then this is the last song, if you don’t, this is the second to last.” At a time when encores at gigs have become almost mandatory, and therefore meaningless, Laura Marling’s approach to them is refreshingly unconventional.
Nicola Christie sits in on some lively rehearsals at The Sage.
... and he reserved a blessing for our own Jonathan Brown at the start of his British visit
Nathan Cleverly has pulled out of his WBO light-heavyweight title defence against Robin Krasniqi this month, because of a viral infection.
As austerity bites, the temples of culture will have to change, says Nicholas Kenyon
A surefooted heroine should appeal to a modern audience, but this Italian reality show falls flat
After a slow start, the boy wizard brings magic to the piano
A Jackson who's still a real thriller
Roger Daltrey is performing The Who's 1969 hit rock opera Tommy at the Royal Albert Hall next week, in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
Sam Roberts, with a six-word text, summed up the feelings of i readers up and down the country.
Despite a thrilling start and some stunning gymnastics, Cirque's loose study of evolution seems to be all science and no heart
The Royal Albert Hall proves to be an excellent substitute for a big top as it plays host to Cirque du Soleil's now-customary January visit to London. This time the French-Canadian entertainment giant has brought Totem, its second collaboration with the Québécois wunderkind Robert Lepage, one of the world's greatest theatre-makers.