with Andrew Lyle.
Music, news, weather and arts news, including:
7.10 Satie Sports et Divertissements
Joanna MacGregor (piano)
In a Summer Garden
Halle Orchestra/ Vernon Handley
8.15 Mozart Kleine
Freimauerkantate (K623) Hans-Peter Blochwitz
Andreas Schmidt (bass) Leipzig Radio Chorus (men's voices)
Dresden Staatskapelle/ Peter Schreier (tenor)
8.50 Vivaldi Winter
(The Four Seasons)
Boston SO/Seiji Ozawa Records
Reinventing the Past (1920-1951) 5: Opera
Presented by John Cox. Mavra
CBC SO/The Composer
The Rake's Progress (final scene)
Sadler's WeUs Opera Chorus Royal PO/The Composer Records
The Spider's Feast
NBC SO/Arturo Toscanini
Le Martyre de Saint-
Sebastien Philharmonia / Guido Cantelli
10.39 Roger-Ducasse Sarabande
Scherzo (Romeo et Juliette)
Ravel Daphnis et Chloe: Suite No 2
Isaac Stem (violin) French National
Orchestra/Lorin Maazel Records
Lisa Beznosiuk (baroque flute)
Maggie Cole (harpsichord) Bach Sonata in G minor
Sonata in A minor for solo flute (BWV 1013)
Toccata in F sharp minor for keyboard (BWV 910) Sonata in A (BWV 1032)
Lyndon Jenkins presents the second of six programmes devoted to original recordings of British music.
Elgar: Coronation March
London Philharmonic/Landon Ronald
Delius: Intermezzo (Fennimore and Gerda)
London Philharmonic/Thomas Beecham
Walton: Three songs from 'Facade'
Dora Stevens (soprano) Hubert Foss (piano)
Vaughan Williams: Flos campi
William Primrose (viola) Philharmonia/ Adrian Boult
Finzi: Dies natalis
Joan Cross (soprano) Boyd Neel Orchestra
Heming-Collins: Threnody for a soldier
Rawsthome: Symphonic Studies
Quintet in E flat (K614) Salomon Quartet
Simon Whistler (viola) Record
In the second of three programmes, Lucy Duran introduces music from Colombia.
Producer Anthony Sellors
Music, news, weather, arts news and a look at the weekend with Richard Baker , whose guest is the guitarist Julian Bream. Producer Svend Brown
Yan Pascal Tortelier
Howard Shelley (piano) live from the Free Trade
Suite: Ma mere I'oye
Mozart Piano Concerto
No 23 in A (K488)
A Babble of Green Fields
"They sit side by side, the poacher and his mother, in the day room of the continuation ward, while the rattle, crash and bustle of hospital business passes them by." Henry Livings reads his own short story.
Symphony No 1 Ravel La Valse
Five Dialogues on Art 5: A Reputation Reviewed Art critic
Andrew Graham-Dixon looks back over Bridget Riley 's career since she came to prominence as an Op artist and talks to her about some of her concerns over thirty years as a practising artist.
Series producer Judith Bumpus
Schubert Sonata in Bflat for piano duet (D61 7)
Schumann, arr Nettle and Markham Six
Chopin Rondo in Cfor two pianos, Op 73
Stuart Woolf presents a portrait of Turin, the dour and rather un-Italian city that has provided 20thcentury Italy with so many of its most important writers and intellectuals.
The long, straight streets, the echoing arcades and the vast Fiat factory form the backdrop to readings from Turinese writers
Primo Levi , Cesare Pavese and Natalia Ginzburg.
Readers Tom Durham and Geraldine Fitzgerald. Producer Mick Webb
From this year's
Festival in Huddersfield, a recording of a late-night show by the Glasgow band Cauld Blast
Orchestra. Their music comes from a variety of backgrounds and has been described as "a beautiful mongrel on the streets - wild and exotic - but it bites!"
Producer Andrew Kurowski
(Given in association with the Royal Bank of Scotland)
Except In Scotland.
As broadcast this morning on R5