Australia v England
Commentary from Melbourne on the last hour of the fourth day's play in the Third Test Match by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JEN KINS, ALAN MCGILVRAY and GRAHAM DAWSON , with comments from LINDSAY HASSETT and BOBBY SIMPSON.
Comprehensive forecast for UK land areas and inshore waters
Holst Suite No 2, in r LONDON WIND ORCHESTRA conducted by DENIS WICK
7.26* Frantaii Rhapsody for viola and small orchestra: ULRICH KOCH RADIO LUXEMBOURG
ORCHESTRA conducted by the composer
7.36* Grainger Danish Folk-music Suit* ENGLISH SINFONIA conducted by NEVILLE DILKES gramophone recorda
Janacek Suite: The Cum ning Little Vixen TORONTO SYMPHONY conducted by ANDREW DAVIS
8.24* Dvorak 0 Silver Moon (Rusalka, Act 1) (mono)
JOAN HAMMOND (soprano) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by VILEM TAUSKY
8.29* Suk String Quartet No 1, in B flat, Op 11 MUSIKVEREIN QUARTET oramophone recorda
Berg Altenberg-Lieder , Op 4
MARGARET PRICE (SOpranO) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO Four Pieces for clarinet and piano, Op 5 ANTONY PAY
DANIEL BARENBOIM (piano) PINCHAS ZUKERMAN (Violin) ENSEMBLE
INTERCONTEMPORAIN conducted by PIERRE BOULEZ gramophone records
In the fifth of these 15 weekly programmes, Christopher Hogwood describes the spread of the Italian trio-sonata form to 17th-century Austria and Germany.
The programme Includes music in various scorings by Johann Stadlmayr , Heinrich Biber , Johann Joseph Fux , Dietrich Becker and Dietrich Buxtehude, played by MEMBERS OF THE KING'S MUSICK.
LUIGI BIANCHI LESLIE WRIGHT
Milhaud Quatre visages
Britten Lachrymae. Op 48 Brahms Sonata in c flat major, Op 120 No 2
BBC SINGERS, conducted by STEPHEN PORTMAN in a programme of music by Monteverdi
conducted by ERICH BERGEL CHRISTOPHER WARREN-GREEN BARRY HASKEY (violins)
Vaughan Williams Sym phony No 8, in d minor
VivaldiConcertoInA minor, for two violins, Op 3 No 8 (RV 522)
A weekly look at world news as others see it. Presented by Ian McDougall
Producer BLAIR THOMSON
Lutoslawski Concerto for orchestra. BBC Wales
Robert Matthew Walker talks about Darius Mil haud.
played by KATHLEEN RENILSON
Schubert Valses sentimentales (D 779): Nos 12-26 Bridge Vignettes de danse Rachmaninov Polka de W.R. BBC Scotland
(First broadcast on Radio Scotland)
H. C. Robbins Landon considers the lives and works of some composers whose reputations today might be greater had they not been eclipsed by the contemporary giants Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. 5: Witt gramophone records
trad Songs and Dances from the Tatra Mountains (mono)
Stanislaw Wiechowicz Symphonic Scherzo: The Hop (mono): POLISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by JAN KRENZ
Szymanowski String Quartet No 2: WILANOW QUARTET Szymanowski Symphonie concertante (Symphony No 4). for piano and orchestra: FELICJA BLUMENTAL POLISH RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by KAZIMIERZ KORD : records
The best of present-day jazz on records.
Introduced by Charles Fox
Steve Race introduces the early-evening programme of music.
(k 589), played by the GABRIELI STRING QUARTET Kenneth Sillito (violin)
Brendan O'Reilly (violin) Ian Jewel (viola)
Keith Harvey (cello)
by HAROLD PINTER
A perfect summer day. The whole garden in flower. But Edward has a slight ache in his eyes and there is a match-seller at the garden gate.
VivienMerchantasFlora and Michael Hordern as Edward
Directed by GUY VAESEN (First broadcast in 1970)
Bach, arr Busoni Prelude and Fugue in D major (bwv 532): record
' The older one gets, the more startling and agreeable it is to discover a major writer who was always there to be discovered, if one had only known.'
The novelist A. S. Byatt reinterprets the novels of Willa Cather , a contemporary of Henry James. who grew up in Nebraska and whose deceptively matter-of-fact and atmospheric tales of pioneer fe unfairly earned her a reputation for naivety. Reader BARBARA LEIGH-HUNT Producer LOUISE PURSLOW
MARTIN HASELBOCK (organ) MARTINU CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF BRNO conducted by KARL ETTI
Haydn Concerto in c (H XVIII 1)
Ernst Krenek Concerto for organ and string orchestra. Op 230 (first UK broadcast: composed for the Festival)
Bossi Concerto in A minor, Op 100. for organ, strings, four horns and timpani
(Austrian Radio recording from the 1979 Carinthian Summer Festival)
A masterclass by the great French singer and teacher, given at the Purcell Room on 26 March 1972 and re-broadcast by way of tribute to his achievement. He discusses:
Poulenc: Two songs from Metamorphoses: C'est ainsi que tu es; Reine des mouettes
CARROL ANNE CURRY (SOP) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Duparc L'invitation au voyage
STEPHEN VARCOE (baritone) JONATHAN ALDER (piano)
Ravel La flûte enchantée (Shgherazade)
JENNIFER SMITH (soprano) ROBIN BOWMAN (piano) Preview: page 25
(Another tribute: 15 Feb)
Sonata No 6, In A. Op 82 played by JOHN BINGHAM BBC Birmingham
Australia v England
Commentary from Melbourne on the opening session of the final day.