Drum and bass pioneer, poet and graffiti artist Goldie was the hero of BBC Two's Maestro in 2008. So it's only natural that the BBC give him his own show. Classic Goldie follows him on a new challenge as he is invited to create an orchestral work for performance in London's Royal Albert Hall, as part of the BBC Proms 2009. The eight-minute composition reflects the theme of the concert - Evolution. As he has no traditional classical music education, Goldie has to develop his composing skills from writing for electronic instruments to the acoustic instruments of a classical symphony orchestra and chorus; and the mighty Royal Albert Hall organ. The programme reaches its climax as Goldie attends the world première of his new work, Sine tempore - Without Time, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra and conducted by Charles Hazlewood, at the Family Prom on Saturday 1 August.