says Good Morning Sunday and looks back on 1994.
presents music old and new with a dash of comedy and a glance at some of the week's anniversaries.
Once again, Vienna welcomes the New
Year in inimitable style with a glittering concert from the Musikverein Grosser Saal of works by the illustrious Strauss family. As usual, the programme is played by the Vienna Philharmonic
Orchestra, conducted this year by Zubin Mehta.
Richard Baker presents this spectacular gala occasion live from Vienna.
During the interval
Side by Side with Strauss Richard Baker and Peter
Kemp investigate the work of other composers writing at the same time as the Strauss family, Carl Michael Ziehrer, Carl Friedrich
Zeller, Johann Schrammel and the "Johann Strauss of the North", Hans Christian
Producer Tim McDonald
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST with BBC2 of Part 2 at 11.15am
12.00 Desmond Camngton with Radio 2 All-Time Greats
2.00 Benny Green
3.00 David Jacobs with Sounds Easy
4.00 The Magical Musical Box
Dudley Sutton reveals some of the magical sounds of the musical box.
Producer Flick Roskrow
430 Sing Something Simple with the Cliff Adams
Singers and the Jack Emblow Quartet.
5.00 We'll Meet Again
Charlie Chester presents his annual Veterans
Reunion Show recorded in October at the Norbreck
Castle, Blackpool. Charlie introduces Lorna Dallas,
Cosmotheka, Joel David and Phil Kelsall , with the Colin Campbell Band.
6.30 Ronnie Hitton with Sounds of the 50s
Repeated next Sunday at 12.05am
Melodies for You featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Edward Warren.
* For details of the Radio
Times music cruise with Richard Baker , see pl50
Roger Royle presents favourite hymns for the New Year from St John 's Parish
Church, Islandmagee, Northern Ireland.
Is it just nostalgia, or were sitcoms of the Golden Age genuinely funnier than the lame offerings of today?
Broadcaster and journalist Richard Johnson investigates the real strengths, and weaknesses, of British situation comedy. Producer Ruth Cubbin
with Night Ride
Including at 1.30
Pause for Thought with Sylvia Sands.
Including at 3.30
Pause for Thought