6.55 Mental Infirmity at Home.
7.15 Art and Environment. 7.35 Cancer Research: Which Way?
Balfour Gardiner Shepherd Fennel's Dance
NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF LONDON/ANTHONY COLLINS
Poulenc 15 Improvisations BERNARD RINGEISSEN (piano)
Rimsky-Korsakov Sinfonietta on Russian Themes
MOSCOW RADIO SO/MAXIM SHOSTAKOVICH. records
Grieg The Mountain Spell KARE BJORKOY (baritone) LSO/PER DREIER
Mozart String Quartet in D (K 575) MELOS QUARTET
Martinu Studies and Polkas
(Book 3) RADOSLAV KVAPIL (piano) Schumann Requiem in D flat HELEN DONATH (soprano) DORIS SOFFEL (contralto) NICOLAI GEDDA (tenor)
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (baritone), DÜSSELDORF
MUSIKVEREIN CHORUS, DUSSELDORF SO/BERNHARD KLEE. records
A series of five programmes of concerts promoted by the Royal Academy of Arts.
3: The Maestri of San Marco Willaert Laudate pueri; 0 admirabile Andrea Gabrieli/Bassano Caro dolce Padovano Toccata del Ottavo tono Morales Magnificat Octavi toni Willaert Mirabile mysterium Andrea Gabrieli Deus qui beatum Marcum; Sanctus and Benedictus Giosetto Guami Canzon 'La Corta' Giovanni Gabrieli Deus qui beatum Marcum TAVERNER CONSORT AND PLAYERS, directed by ANDREW PARROTT
England v West Indies at Old Trafford
Test Match Special presents ball-by-ball commentary on the third day of the Fourth Cornhill Test at Old Trafford by BRIAN JOHNSTON , DON MOSEY,
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and TONY COZIER. With expert comments and summaries by FRED TRUEMAN , TONY LEWIS and RAY ILUNGWORTH.
Scorer BILL FRINDALL
1.5* Lunchtime News
1.10* A View from the Boundary
The commentators meet former Lancashire and England rugby captain, BILL BEAUMONT.
1.30* County Scoreboard
1.40*-6.30 Commentary with tea and close of play summaries Producer PETER BAXTER
leader PETER POOLE conducted by RICHARD HICKOX JOHN DIGNEY (oboe) Handel Concerto Grosso in B minor Op 6 No 12 Telemann Suite: Don Quixote Francaix The Flower Clock
12.0* Interval Reading
12.5* Schubert Overture in the Italian Style in D Mozart Symphony No 39 in E flat BBC Bristol
JANET HILTON (clarinet) RALPH KIRSHBAUM (cello) PETER FRANKL (piano) Beethoven Trio in B flat major, Op 11 Brahms Trio in A minor, Op 114
The Tempest: Symphonic fantasy after Shakespeare, Op 18 FRANKFURT RSO/EUAHU INBAL 'Tis not the cuckoo in the damp woods; The Nightingale USSR RUSSIAN CHORUS/ALEXANDER SVESHNIKOV Domovoy 's monologue A. GLUMOV (speaker)/MOScow RADIO ORCHESTRA/A. KOVALEV Hamlet: Incidental Music, Op 67 JANIS KELLY (soprano) DEREK HAMMOND-STROUD (baritone) LSO/GEOFFREY SIMON. records
(harpsichord) Frescobaldi Toccatas: Book 1 No 5; Book 2 No 9 Froberger Toccatas: No 1 (1649); No 4 (1656) Rameau Suite in E minor (Pieces de Clavecin 1724) BBC Northern Ireland
conducted by ALUN FRANCIS JOHN MCCABE (piano) Howard Ferguson Four Diversions, Op 7 John McCabe Piano Concerto No 1, Op 42 Elisabeth Lutyens Music for orchestra, Op 31 BBC Scotland
Introduced by Peter Clayton
Four talks in which Mary Seton-Watson introduces selections from the state-owned literary journals.
1: Is Romance Dead? 'The guests sat about in soft leather armchairs from Romania; on a low table stood several fat bottles with shiny labels and a German dish of sliced lemon. Tanya was always on a high on these occasions; clever, elegant, a trifle poison-tongued, especially when talking to the women.' Readers GWEN WATFORD BENJAMIN WHITROW Producer LOUISE PURSLOW
in A minor, Op 21 played by THE MUSIC GROUP OF LONDON
by IGOR POMERANTSEV translated by FRANK Williams Read by Ronald Pickup
An exiled writer revisits a mountain region which has been a particular source of inspiration to him.
Producer CHERRY COOKSON
direct from the Royal Albert Hall, London
Alfred Brendel (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conducted by Sir Charles Groves Part 1
Dvorak Amid Nature
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 3 in c minor
A series of 26 programmes devised by ANTHONY ROOLEY
5: Robert Jones ' 'First Book of Songs or Ayres' (1600)
Lie down, poor heart; When love on time and measures;
What if I seek for love of thee? Sweet Philomel
THE CONSORT OF MUSICKE, directed by ANTHONY ROOLEY (lute)
Janacek Taras Bulba
Dvorak Slavonic Dances: Op 46 No 1 in c; Op 72 No 2 in E minor: Op 46 No 3 in A flat
In Bristol last October, eight poets read from their own work as a tribute to the memory of FRANCES HOROVITZ , before an audience which had known her as a poet and a teacher and performer of poetry. Fraser Steel introduces a selection from the evening.
Producer BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
ALFREDA HODGSON (mezzo-soprano)
STEPHEN CLEOBURY (organ) BBC NORTHERN SINGERS conductor STEPHEN WILKINSON Lili Boulanger Pie Jesu
Durufle Prélude and Fugue sur le nom d'Alain, Op 7; Requiem BBC Manchester
11.20 Victorian Art.
11.40 Social Skills.