Luiglni Suite: Ballet Egyptien, Op 12
I PHILIIARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by NIKOLAI MALKO
8.19* Gershwin Variations on ' I got rhythm '
FRANCES VERI, MICHAEL JAMANIS (two pianos)
8.27* Two Russian traditional songs: Song of the Volga Boatmen; Down the Petersky (mono)
FEODOR CIIALIAPIN (bass)
8.32* Khachaturian Ballet Suite: Spartacus
ORCHESTRA, conducted by THE COMPOSER: records
Introduced by Paul Vaughan
Building a Library:
Beethoven's Piano Sonata In F minor, Op 57
(Appasslonata), by BRYCE MORRISON.
New orchestral records reviewed by SIMON MUNDY , Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Haydn Symphony No 27. in G: L'ESTRO ARMONICO directed by DEREK SOLOMONS (violin)
Strauss Symphonic Poem: Don Quixote
PAUL TORTELIER (cello) BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by RUDOLF KEMPE : records
ST AUSTELL BAND conductor ALBERT CHAPPELL Eric Ball Sinfonietta (The Wayfarer)
Edward Gregson Concerto Grosso for brass band Percy Fletcher Life Divine
Penelope Mortimer , whose. many novels include The Pumpkin Eater and Long Distance, and whose autobiography, About
Time, won high praise, hasalsobeenadramatist and a film critic. Her personal choice of records ranges from Stanford in B flat, via Mozart and Mahler, to Ella Fitzgerald singing Imagine my frustration ' Producer
Presented by Lionel Salter
Alessandro stradella was murdered on 25 February 1682. VICTOR CROWTHER gives a tercentenary assessment, with music n'aved bv THE PARLEY op INSTRUMENTS, directors
ROY GOODMAN (violin) and MAUK CAUDLE (cello) Sinfonia avanti II barcheggio
Sinfonia in D, for two violins and continuo
Sinfonia avanti II Damone Sinfonia di viole in D Only four works by John Lloyd (circa 1475-1523) survive. THOMAS
MESSENGER introduces this week's performance of one of them. the Mass 0 quam suavis.
Producer CLIVE BENNETT
Elaine Padmore presents a choice of recent music broadcasts which have given her pleasure.
Producer CLIVE BENNETT
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
Philip Oakes (in the Chair) talks with William Feavcr.
Margaret Walters and Ted Whitehead
This week's subjects: Noises Off by Michael Frayn at the Lyric
Theatre, Hammersmith. Paintings and drawings by Harold Gilman at the Royal Academy.
Animal Language: a 26-part series on Tuesday evenings on Radio 4. Camera Lucida:
Reflections on Photography bv Roland Barthes.
Warren Beattys film Reds. Producer PHILIP FRENCH
LINDSAY STRING QUARTET Tippett Quartet No 4 Haydn Quartet in G minor, Op 74 No 3
A concert direct from St Mary's Church, Swansea Rosemary Hardy (soprano)
Elrian James (contralto) Adrian Thompson (tenor) Stephen Roberts (baritone) John Scott (organ)
Cardiff Polyphonic Choir chorus-master
RICHARD ELFYN JONES
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra leader DESMOND BRADLEY conducted by Roger Norrington Part I Handel
The king shall rejoice; Organ Concerto in D minor, Op 7 No 4
by LESLEY MONTGOMERY and DAVID ALLEN
Five programmes reflecting the friendship and common interests of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn drawn from their letters and diaries.
1: Faithful Servants Directed by JENYTH WORSLEY
Part 2 Haydn
Great Organ Mass BBC Wales
President Reagan's foreign policy has become the object of a strident Soviet propaganda offensive. Clearly Moscow has been stung by the criticism over Afghanistan and Poland. However, there are deeper, underlying questions at issue: military parity or superiority; the framework of East-West relations; the nature of developments in the third world; and the position to be accorded by right to the Soviet Union as a superpower claiming interests - and a voice - in world affairs. But what are Moscow's interests In world affairs? What kind of American foreign
Policy do they think they deserve?
Henry Troflmenko , who is head of the foreign policy department at the Institute of US and Canadian Studies of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, talks to John Eidinow.
Producer DAVID MORTON
Bach Preludes and Fugues Nos 1 and 2 in c major and minor (Book II)
Schoenberg Six little Pieces, Op 19
Beethoven Sonata ini minor, Op 90
Schubert Two Impromptus in E flat and c flat (D 899 Nos 2 and 3)
A short story by TILLIE OLSEN
Read by AnnleTtoss
A mother stands at the ironing board and reflects on the life of her first-born, Emily, a child of the war years.
' She is more than this dress on the ironing board, helpless before the iron.'
Producer PAT TRUEMAN
by Honegger. who wrote attheheadofthescore, ' J'ai embrassé l'aube ' I have embraced the dawn.
ORCIIESTRA, conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN : record