ISAAC STERN (violin)
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by LEONARD Bernstein , who celebrates his 60th birthday today.
Bernstein Overture: Candide
7.9* Barber Violin Concerto
7.32* Copland Appalachian Spring: records
conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN Brahms Academic Festival Overture
8.15* Sibelius Pohjola 's Daughter: NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
8.28* Mozart Piano Concerto No 15. in B flat (K 450)
LEONARD BERNSTEIN (piano)
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA gramophone records
Two Songs: Adelaide, Op 46; Zartliche Liebe WoO 123)
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (bar) jorg DEMUS (piano)
9.14* Sonata for cello and piano in G minor. Op 5 No 2 PIERRE FOURNIER (cello)
WILHELM KEMPFF (piano): records
conducted by MARCUS DODS
Alan Rawsthorne Overture for
Farnham Walter Leigh A Midsummer Night's Dream
Percy Grainger Green Bushes
Bryan Kelly Cookham Concertion. BBC Northern Ireland
JOHN HSU (viola da gamba)
PETER Williams (harpsichord)
Bach Sonata No 3, in G minor (bwv 1029): Sonata No 1, in G major (bwv 1027)
(Given in the Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea, on 3 April 19781 BBC Wales
with music until 11.25 medium only: VHF programmes between these times shown on facing page
The Third Test in the Cornhill Insurance Series. England v New Zealand. Commentary from Lord's on the second day's play by JOHN ARLOTT, BRIAN JOHNSTON , HENRY BLOFELD and ALAN RICHARDS , with expert comment and summaries by TREVOR BAILEY and FRED TRUEMAN.
Close-of-play summary by TONY LEWIS. Scorer BILLFR1NDALL
2.9* Lunchtime scoreboard
2.10*-6.40 Commentary: teatime and close-of-play summaries
Leisure and Recreation
6.40 Music in Principle 5: Never a Dull Moment
BRUCE COLE looks at how composers keep our attention throughout a piece of music, and talks to JOHN DANKWORTH about his work.
7.1* Local Arts 1:
Salisbury BRYAN ROBERTSON , art critic, looks at the range of cultural opportunities in a small cathedral town and explores the boundaries that separate amateur and professional.
Series producer JUDITH BUMPUS
direct from the Royal Albert Hall GUnter Reich (baritone)
BBC Singers director JOHN POOLE
BBC Symphony Orchestra guest leader MICHAEL DAVIS conducted by Michael Gielen
Part 1 Schoenberg Die gliickliche Hand: drama with music
Three talks by Stephen Abrams. a psychologist, on areas in which, in his view, the thought of C. G. Jung has been misunderstood or misinterpreted.
3: Synchronicity - A Ghost of a Chance
Reputable scholars have been offended by Jung's excursions into so-called ' occultism '. But, in fact, Jung rejected telepathy and any belief in occult forces. His principle of ' synchronicity ' is the ' transcendent function ' of coming to recognise the symbolic value of one's actions, thus establishing a channel of communication between consciousness and the unconscious. It has nothing to do with magic.
Part 2 Bruckner
Symphony No 8, in c minor
Dr W. M. S. Russell discusses the life and works of a sound dramatist of whom T. S. Eliot said. ' his plays might be practical models for broadcasted drama '.
Producer ALASTAIR WILSON
followed by an interlude
Dr W. M. S.
played by the MUSIC GROUP OF LONDON
To Music (An die Musik: English translation by Leslie Min chin)
SANDRA DUGDALE (soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)