J. C. F. Witt Symphony in A
MUNICH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by MARC ANDREAE
7.28* George Malcolm plays two pieces in the style of Bach: Alec Templeton 's Bach Goes to Town, and his own Bach Before the Mast
7.33* Walton Suite: Facade
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by LOUIS FRÉMAUX : records
Mttzart in Hiding
Michael Haydn Symphony No 16. in G
LITTLE ORCHESTRA OF LONDON conducted by LESLIE JONES
8.20* arr Mozart Prelude and Fugue No 3, in F (K 404a) GRUMIAUX STRING TRIO
8.27* Viotti Violin Concerto No 16, in E minor: ANDREAS RÖHN ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS : records
Symphony No 2, in E minor (1907): 8OLSHOI THEATRE ORCHESTRA conducted by EVGENY SVETLANOV gramophone records
CAROL SLATER , SUSAN MCGAW
Mozart Sonata in flat (K 454)
Elgar Sonata in E minor, Op 82
medium only: VHF programmes between these times begin in column 4
The Second Test in the Cornhill Insurance series England v
Trent Bridge on the fifth and final day's play.
1.40* The Arts Worldwide i Broadcast on VHF at 1.5 pm)
2.0* Lunchtime scoreboard
2.10*-6.40 Commentary; teatime and close-of-play summaries
Work and Training
6.30 School and Community
The last of six programmes in which DAVID HAWKSWORTH examines community influences on secondary education. 6: Consumer's View
Series producer MICK WEBB
7.0 The Prisoners
A series of nine programmes which examine aspects of life in our prisons.
8: Prison and the Community Presented by LARRY HELD iRpt)
direct from the Royal Albert Hall Hamish Milne (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conducted by Hans Zendor
Beethoven Symphony No 2, in » Schumann Introduction and Allegro appassionato in G major, for piano and orchestra
The third of four talks in which Joseph Hone looks at life in Hungary and Czechoslovakia todav.
3: Slovakia: The Lost Estate
A trip up the Danube from Budapest to Bratislava; and a weekend at the mysterious Lednice Chateau in the old Liechtenstein lands, a truly lost estate....
Part 2 Webern Six pieces. Op 6 Schumann Symphony No 4, in D minor
Today marks the 1.200th anniversary of the battle of Roncevaux, which is at the heart of the French medieval epic, the Chanson de Roland. A number of mysteries surround that event in 778. One of the most fascinating questions is whether Roland was, in fact, present - or even existed.
Wolfgang van Emden, Professor of French at Reading University and Chairman of the British Branch of the Société Rencevals, throws fresh light on this puzzle.
Readings from the Song of Roland by GARY BOND
The oliphant blown by MICHAEL LAIRD. Producer JUDITH bumpus
Recordings from last year's Helsinki Festival of two works with religious texts.
STEFANIA WOYTOWICZ (soprano) LEONARD MROZ (bass)
CRACOW PHILHARMONIC CHORUS
CRACOW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by JERZY KATLEWICZ
Szymanowski Litany of Our Ladv. Op 59
(Finnish Radio recording)
A new work by Elisabeth Lutyens. Op 109 (1976) (based on the letters of VINCENT VAN (:OGH), for voices. flute, cello and drums, with Freda Dowic and Alan Dobie
SUSAN MILAN (flute), OLGA HEGEDUS (cello), ANNE COLLIS (drums) LONDON VOICES conducted by MALCOLM HICKS Producer JOHN THEOCHARIS
(Commissioned bv an Association of Actors and Musicians with financial support from the Arts Council of Great Britain)
Variations on a theme of Schumann JULIUS KATCHEN (piano): record
VICTORIA SUMNER (soprano) ERNEST LUSH (piano)