Jonathan Agnew in Perth for: England v India. And Peter Baxter in Auckland:
New Zealand (Australia
Presenter Joanne Watson.
Salieri Concerto in C for flute and oboe: Aurele Nicolet, Heinz Holliger Academy of St Martin/ Kenneth Sillito
7.20 Dvorak Legends, Op59Nos8and9 ECO/Rafael Kubelik
7.35 Britten Courtly Dances (Gloriana) English SO/Boughton
7.46 Beethoven Trio in B flat, Op 11 David Campbell (clarinet) Lionel Handy (cello), Iwan Llewelyn-Jones (piano)
8.07 Poulenc Suite (Les Animaux modeles) SudwestfunkSO/ Marcello Viotti. Records Producer Edward Blakeman
(piano) Schumann Abegg Variations, Op 1 Schubert Sonata in B (D575) Debussy Five Preludes
with Richard Osborne. Record Review Building a Library: Bartok's Piano Concerto No 2 by David Fanning. Barry Fox on the future of radio - not just FM, but DAB and Nicam. Robert Philip 's new discs of Romantic orchestral music - with a Russian slant.
10.40 Record Release Donizetti Lucia di Lammermoor (excerpt) Edita Gruberova (soprano) Czech PO/Friedrich Haider
10.54 Bach The Well- Tempered Clavier, Book2 (excerpts) Tatiana Nikolayeva (piano)
11.15 Krommer Octet in Bflat, Op 78: Sabine Meyer Wind Ensemble
11.33 Reger Suite in G, Op 131c No 1 Matt Haimovitz (cello)
11.46 Pianist and now conductor Mikhail Pletnev talks to Bryce Morrison.
12.07 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 (Pathétique) Russian National Orchestra/ Mikhail Pletnev. Records Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury (Record Review is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)
The third of four reflections by Naomi Lightman.
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor David Atherton Haydn Overture: L’Isola disabitata Stravinsky Suites Nos 1 and 2 Haydn Symphony No 90 in C
The eighth programme draws on the recordings made by the Czech conductor with the Berlin
PO during the 60s and 70s. Schumann Overture:
(Symphony No 4 in D minor)
Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor: with Geza Anda
Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica)
Hausmusik is a group specialising in period instrument performance of early-19th-century chamber music. Founder
Susan McGinnis and horn player Anthony Halstead talk to Chris de Souza about the musical and sociological revelations brought about through playing in the group.
And a specially recorded performance of Beethoven's Septet, Op20. Producer Sarah Devonald
with Geoffrey Smith. Producer Ray Abbott
with Christopher Cook. Reviews: Peter Stein 's production of Pellias and Mélisande at the Welsh
National Opera, conducted by Pierre Boulez ; Howard Barker 's play A Hard
Heart, broadcast last week on Radio 3; Graham Swift 's novel Ever After.
Opinions: Peter Conrad , Peggy Reynolds.
Features: Eric Korn on dictionaries of quotations; and bookbinding - craft or elitism?
Producers John Boundy and Beaty Rubens
(Repeated Monday at 2.05pm;
The first of two recitals of American piano music by Joanna MacGregor.
Nanearrow Prelude and Blues
Erroll Gamer , transc
MacGregor Blues; Bounce Copland Variations
Berlioz's opera about the flamboyant 16th-century Florentine goldsmith, live from the Grand Theatre, Geneva. (Sung in French)
Chorus of the Grand
Suisse Romande Orchestra conductor John Nelson Acts 1 and 2 8.30 Cellini, one of the most important figures of the Italian Renaissance, is now known to have been a thief, murderer and sodomite. Dr Paolo Rossi pieces together the truth about his criminal career.
9.00 Act 3
Teresa, the woman he loves:
Fieramosca, a sculptor, who also loves her.:
Balducci, Teresa s father:
Ascanio, Cellini's assistant:
Pompeo, a friend of Fieramosca:
Pope Clement VII:
Three poetic monologues by Patrick Howarth. 2: Goya 's Duchess
Read by Godfrey Kenton.
played by the Jess Trio. Schoenberg, arr
Zemlinsky Trio in D minor, Op
conductor Walter Weller
Peter Frankl (piano)
Concerto No 1