with Carlo Curley and at
7.40 Rabbi Hugo Gryn. Producer Michael Roberts
Fifteen hours of live music around the UK hosted by Ken Bruce , who launches the occasion with guests Cliff Richard and Harvey Goldsmith. Reports and music from around the UK.
Andi Peters presents a special concert from the Royal Festival Hall foyer.
Plus music from Newcastle, Devon and York Minster.
Tony Slattery, Mike Read and Floella Benjamin present the Wren Orchestra, Linda Martin , Osibisa,
Winston Rollins Big Band - and Mick Jagger.
And at 12.30:
National Singalong! Hilary Davan Wetton combines the bands on stage with musicians around the country to make Britain's Biggest Band.
Including the BBC Big Band from Pendle, a Narrowboat Hooley from Gloucester and the Welsh Philharmonic from Tenby.
Massed bands of children on Horseguards Parade.
A string quartet from
Wandsworth Prison, country, rock and a live fiddler from Bridlington Bay, choirs from Belfast, the BBC Brass Band of the Year from Manchester, and more from Scotland, Devon, the Milton Keynes Bowl and Bristol.
including a live interview with HRH The Duke of' Gloucester.
More from Scotland, and music from Nottingham,
East Anglia, City of Music Birmingham, Sussex by the sea, and Salisbury.
A look forward to what's on in your region later this evening.
BBC Concert Orchestra
40th Anniversary Tour Ron Goodwin conducts a selection of popular movie music. Introduced by Anne Robinson.
The singer and composer talks about his new Fame school and the importance of music for young people.
A concert featuring the cast of the musical Buddy.
Richard Thompson , Billy Bragg , Shakespear's Sister, Kirsty McColl and more.
Don Black interviews leading songwriters.
Jazz from Hull, Handel's
Fireworks Music from the City of Birmingham SO, and finally - Ken Bruce brings the curtain down on the first National Music Day. Producer Anthony Cherry
with Night Ride
And from 3.00-4.00
A Little Night Music
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with Carol Henderson.
The Early Show
Producers Roger Bowman
Keith Loxam and Colin Chandler
6.15 Pause for Thought with the Rev Rob Marshall.