On Monday 7 January, the Royal Opera House are streaming - all day - what they call "an unprecedented glimpse into life behind the scenes with The Royal Opera."
Although the stream is live, quite a bit of the content will be either pre-recorded or set up specially for the event. So don't expect to see tenors administering the elixir of lurve to sopranos or anything like that.
It begins at 10:30am, and here are some of the things you can expect to see:
10:45am - John Fulljames presents designs for his new production of La donna del lago.
11.30am - rehearsals for The Minotaur, followed by chorus call for Nabucco.
1:30pm - Kasper Holten/Antonio Pappano discussion/interview.
6pm - vocal masterclass with Antonio Pappano.
7:30pm - behind the scenes look at Act III of Die Walküre, pre-recorded during a live performance.
Timetable unknown - interviews with John Tomlinson & Christine Rice of The Minotaur, Antonio Pappano, Harrison Birtwistle, Minotaur conductor Ryan Wigglesworth, Michael Portillo (has he applied for any jobs recently, I wonder?) and Rolando Villazon (though since he's pulled out of that night's live show, it's possible his contribution will no longer be required).
Kirsty Wark presents.