Comprehensive forecast for UK land areas and inshore waters
Handel, transc Elgar Overture in D
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
7.10* Bach Concerto in A minor, for four harpsichords and string orchestra (after Vivaldi) GEORGE MALCOLM , VALDA AVELING GEOFFREY PARSONS , SIMON PRESTON ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
7.20* Schumann, transc Liszt Friihlingsnacht
JORGE BOLET rpiano)
7.23* Schubert, transc Liszt Fantasia in c (Wanderer) ALFRED BREN1DEL (piano)
VIENNA VOLKSOPER ORCHESTRA conducted by MICHAEL gielek
7.46* Nicolai, transc Liszt Sacred Festival Overture PETER PLANYAVSKY (organ) gramophone records
Purcell, arr Britten Chaconne in G minor
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by BEN,JAMIN BRITTEN
8.21* Barber Violin Concerto, Op 14
ISAAC STERN, NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
8.35* Weill Suite: The Threepenny Opera
MEMBERS OF THE BOSTON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by ERICH LEINSDORF gramophone records
Mendelssohn Sextet in D, Op 110
MEMBERS OF THE VIENNA OCTET
9.36* Morgengruss; Reiselied; Das erste Veilchen! ; Bei der Wiege; Wenn sich zwei Herzen scheiden; Der Mond; Warnung vor dem
Rhein DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (baritone)
WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH (piano) gramophone records
led by Colin Sauer conducted by Bernard Keeffe
McCabe Concertante Variations on a theme of Nicholas Maw, for strings
Kodaly Summer evening
Haydn Symphony No 83, in G minor (The Hen)
Academy of the
Hugh Davies Gentle Springs
Richard Bernas Almanac for October
Stockhausen Spektren (first British performance)
(A concert given in the Bute Hall, University of Glasgow, in October 1974) BBC Scotland
IDA HAENDEL (violin)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by NORidAN DEL MAR
Daniel Jones Dance Fantasy (first performance) t2.7* Brahms Violin Concerto in D
A weekly news bulletin of events in the arts abroad.
Part 2 Copland Quiet City
1.32* Sibelius Symphony No 7, in c
(Public concert given in St Asaph Cathedral, Clwyd, on 2 October in conjunction with the Welsh Arts Councili BBC Wales
ALFRED CORTOT Papillons, Op 2
Kreisleriana, Op 16 gramophone records
A Tuesday afternoon divertissement.
.lames Barton (violin)
Stephen Broadbent (viola) George Isaac (cello) Martin Jones (piano)
Haydn Trio in F sharp minor, for violin, cello and piano
3.43* Strauss Piano Quartet in c minor, Op 13. BBC Wales
Earth and Air and Rain
JOHN KING ( bass-baritone) with RUTH GERALD (piano) BBC Birmingham
The best of present-day jazz on records.
Introduced by Charles Fox
The trumpet of ALAN STRINGER in Haydn's Concerto in c flat and Jeremiah Clarke 's Trumpet Voluntary gramophone records
A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.
Work and Training
6.30 Nation at Work
A new weekly programme focusing on a topic of current concern in the workplace and beyond.
This week PETER HOBDAY looks at the prospects and problems of the engineering industry in Britain with reference to the 1976 Economic Report of the EngineeringEmployers' Federation.
7.0 pm The New Developments in Technician Education
Presented by SYDNEY URRY , Professor of Building Technology at Brunei University. 2: College Response
The City of Bath Technical College has been developing its new programmes for nearly three years. How did it set about meeting the new tec requirements and involving local industry in its planning?
guest leader DENNIS SIMONS conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD with IDA HAENDE L (violin)
Mussorgsky A night on the Bare Mountain 7.44* Shostakovich Violin Concerto No 1
In the second of four talks Professor Sir Hermann Bondi , Chief Scientific Adviser in the Ministry of Defence, argues that science should be taught like the classics, but increasingly is being taught like medicine.
' Science as a group of subjects could offer an education in thinking, an education in communication, and an education in human creativity, originality and imagination. We should not see it as a training for a profession.'
Part 2 Tchalkovsky
Symphony No 4, in F minor
(The opening concert in the Scottish National Orchestra's Subscription Series, given on 24 September in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh) BBC Manchester
George Moore is generally remembered as the prolific Irish novelist, playwright and essayist. His volumes of verse. Flowers of Passion and Pagan Poems. are now largely forgotten - were, Indeed, suppressed by Moore himself and never reprinted.
Allan McClelland traces George Moore 's brief poetic career and reads some of the poems to piano settings devised and played by MILTON REAME JAMES. Producer PAUL MULDOON BBC Northern Ireland
sung by GRAZIELLA SCIUTTI (soprano) with ROGER AUBERT (piano) Ariettes oubliées
(South German Radio recording from this year's Schwetzingen Festival)
(Groziella Sciutti sings Mozart tomorrow at 11.10 pm)
BOSTON MUSICA VIVA director RICHARD PITTMAN
Charles Ives A set of pieces for theatre or chamber orchestra John Huggler Bittere Nusse: three songs on texts by PAUL CELAN. for soprano and five instruments
Joseph Schwantner Consort ium I
Donald Martino Parisonatina , for cello
John Cage Atlas eclipticalis with Winter music
Charles Ives Three songs with instrumental accompaniment: Old home day: The Housatonic at Stockbridge; They are there (First performances in this country of the works by Schwantner, Martino and Huggler)