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Offenbach Overture: La Belle Helene
7.07* Kreisler Siciliano and Rigaudon: LOLA BOBESCO (violin) WILHELM HELLWEG (piano)
7.13* Canteloube La-haut, sur Ie rocher (Songs of the Auvergne, Set 5): KIRI TE KANAWA (soprano) ECO/JEFFREY TATE
7.18* Bax Symphonic Scherzo RPO/VERNON HANDLEY
7.35 Johann Strauss (son) Tales from the Vienna Woods, Op 325 JOHANN STRAUSS ORCHESTRA OF VIENNA'WILU BOSKOVSKY
7.46* Delius, arr Fenby Late Swallows: BOURNEMOUTH
SlNFONIETT NORMAN DEL MAR
7.56* Bizet Chanson d'Avril ELLY AMELING (soprano) RUDOLF JANSEN (piano)
7.58* Jose Ferrer La Danse de
Naiades: SIMON WYNBERG (guitar)
8.02* Saint-Saens The Carnival of the Animals: PASCAL ROGE and CRISTINA ORTIZ (pianos): LONDON SINFONIETTA/DUTOIT. Records
OSCAR SHUMSKY (violin) ERIC SHUMSKY (viola)
Kalliwoda Two Duos, Op 208 (R)
Presented by Simon Milner Producer PIERS BURTON PAGE
Introduced by Jeremy Siepmann Record Review
Building a Library:
Mozart's c minor Mass (K 427), by William Mann.
Christopher Headington reviews discs of mainly British music.
10.40* Record Release Britten Cello Suite No 3
11.02* Bax Symphony No 6 LPO/BRYDEN THOMSON
11.53* Tippett Songs for Dov NIGEL ROBSON (tenor) SCO THE COMPOSER
12.20*pm Britten Cello
Symphony: STEVEN isserlis
CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA/HICKOX Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
('Record Review ' is re-broadcast on Wednesday at 2. 00pm) FM only from 10.40
England v West Indies The second One-Day International for the Texaco Trophy.
Commentary from Headingley by Don Mosey , Henry Blofeld and Tony Cozier , with expert comments from FRED TRUEMAN and COLIN MILBURN.
Scorer MALCOLM ASHTON
1.10* Catch'Em Young
Alastair Hignell examines the decline of schools cricket.
1.30-1.40* County Scoreboard
with Robert Hewison
Drei Klavierstiicke, played by MELVYN TAN on a Graffortepiano of 1826 (R)
The first of four programmes of recordings of the great Australian soprano, introduced by Edward Greenfield. Norma Bellini 's lyric tragedy in two acts, libretto by FELICE ROMANI (sung in Italian): Records: 1964 LONDON SYMPHONY CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, RICHARD BONYNGE
Introduced by Peter Clayton
Anthony Thwaite (in the Chair) talks with Owen Dudley Edwards, Marina Vaizey and John Wilders. The Possibilities by Howard Barker (Radio 3, last Tuesday); In the Hothouse, a collection of poems by Alan Jenkins ; Angry Penguins: Art in Melbourne in the 1940s at the Hayward Gallery, London; Carl Schultz's film Travelling North; Emerald City by David Williamson at the Lyric Theatre, London. Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
MICHAEL THOMPSON. JOHN PIGNEGUY RICHARD WATKINS , ROBERT MASKELL Rossini Le Rendezvous de chasse Graham Whettam Quartet (first UK broadcast) Nikolai Tcherepnin Nocturne; Choeur danse; La Chasse
5: Frederick, Lord Lugard (1858-1945) John Keay reflects on the ambitions and philosophies of five Englishmen whose lives span the period from the first serious stirrings of British rule in Asia to the start of the slow dismantling of the Empire after the Second World War.
MARGARET MARSHALL (soprano)
FELICITY PALMER (mezzo-soprano) PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) BBC SINGERS
BBC SYMPHONY CHORUS directed by GARETH MORRELL TIFFIN SCHOOL BOYS' CHOIR directed by NEVILLE CREED BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by BELA DEKANY conducted by DAVID ATHERTON Tippett Symphony No 4
Britten Spring Symphony
by ALEXANDER POPE (born 21 May 1688)
Read by Ronald Pickup Producer JOHN TYDEMAN (R)
Schmelzer Trio-Sonata No 9 in A minor
Biber Sonata No 3 in F for violin and continuo (1681) Schenk Suite in A (Scherzi musicali No 27)
Buxtehude Trio-Sonata in B flat, Op I No 4. BBC Bristol (R)
In 1885, Sigmund Freud destroyed hundreds of notes, manuscripts and letters, remarking as he did: 'Let the biographers labour and toil - we won't make it easy for them.'
Undeterred by such a warning Peter Gay , Professor of History at Yale University, this week publishes Freud: A Life for Our Time. Dr Michael Neve talks to him about how useful Freud's ideas are when interpreting history or biography.
Producer ELIZABETH BURKE
Charles Fox introduces a series of eight recordings from the 1987 festival.
5: Steve Coleman's Five ElementsThis young alto-saxophonist first went looking for work in New York in 1978. He played with various bands before Dave Holland asked him to join his Quintet for what became a successful European tour. Coleman formed the FIVE
ELEMENTS four years ago and at Bracknell the eight-piece band included:
Cassandra Wilson (vocals) Graham Haynes (trumpet) Robin Eubanks (trombone)
James Weidman (keyboards) David Gilmore (guitar)
Kevin Bruce Harris (bass)
Martin 'Smitty' Smith (drums)