Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Byrd Fantasia a 5 (Two in One) Fretwork
7.11 Delius On hearing the first cuckoo in Spring London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor
7.32 Quartet Collection: Haydn
String Quartet in D, Op 50 No 6 (The Frog)
8.05 Arnold Overture: Tarn
O'Shanter, Op 51 Scottish National
Orchestra, conductor Alexander Gibson
La Feste champetre Trio Sonnerie
8.38 Bloch Schelomo
Mstislav Rostropovich (cello)
USSR Radio and Television
Large Symphony Orchestra, conductor Yuri Ahronovich
Presented by Brian Morton. Ronald Stevenson (bl928) In memoriam Robert Carver
Capella Nova , conductor Alan Tavener
Judith Weir (bl954) Isti mirant stella
City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
Alasdair Nicolson (bl961) Punch
Chamber Group of Scotland
from Glasgow with Mary Miller.
More from the New World, more from the Whistlebinkies, Radio 3's Artists of the Week, and at approximately
Prelude, Op 12 No 7 The Composer (piano roll)
Grand Septet in B flat Nash Ensemble
Suite No 1 in D, Op 43 BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Sanderling
Jill Anderson introduces a programme of Russian wind music featuring the Haffner Wind Ensemble with the pianist Angela Hewitt .
Glinka Trio in D minor for clarinet, bassoon and piano Tcherepnin Two pieces for oboe and piano
Rimsky-Korsakov Quintet in D flat for piano and wind Repeated from yesterday
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor
Jose Feghali (piano) Sibelius Karelia Suite, Op 11
Concerto No 1 in B flat minor
Radio Q and A 2.05 In the News 2.25 Something to Think About: Infant
Assemblies 2.40 Music
Workshop: Music Course 3 Orpheus
BBC Philharmonic conductor
Peter Maxwell Davies
Maxwell Davies An Orkney Wedding with Sunrise Param Vir Horse Tooth
White Rock (BBC commission, first broadcast)
Tchalkovsky Overture: 1812
(piano) with a fantastical programme of Mozart Fantasia in C minor
Brahms Fantasies, Op 116 Chopin Fantasy in F minor, Op 49 Rpt
Tommy Pearson continues the week's look at the music of Spain and Portugal with a visit to one of the leading zarzuela theatres in Madrid to find out why this special kind of musical comedy, peculiar to Spain, is so popular there.
Presented by Linda Ormiston.
A special edition live from Glasgow to introduce the first of a series of evenings celebrating the musical and cultural life, past and present, of each of the BBC regional centres, part of Radio 3's Year of British
Music and Culture.
Guests include conductor
Nicholas McGegan , singer Bill McCue and violinist
6.03 Haydn Trumpet Concerto in E flat
7.03 James MacMillan
After the Tryst
Producer Simon Lord
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra from the City Hall, Glasgow, a programme of 20th-century British music.
John Wallace (trumpet)
Anthony Marwood (violin) Harrison Birtwistle
Violin Concerto (first performance, BBC commission)
8.15 A Voice in the Crowd
Confrontation, isolation, conflict: a look at concertos from the dramatic perspective of a single figure pitched against a crowd.
8.35 Harrison Birtwistle
Walton Symphony No 2
Neil Wallace in conversation with members of the city's arts community.
As close as Radio 3 is ever likely to get to a traditional Scottish ceilidh: an hour-and-a-quarter of music reflecting the range and richness of Glasgow's musical life with a gathering of players, singers and performers of all complexions.
"That knuckle-end of England - that land of Calvin, oatcakes and sulphur,' wrote clergyman Sydney Smith about Scotland.
Joe Farrell gathers together a group of writers, musicians and poets to round off the evening with a live debate about the shifting image of the country in fiction, poems and songs.
Evening producer Hugh MacDonald
When I'm 64 lain Burnside takes a look at some songs about growing old.
Producer Adam Gatehouse
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon
* See This Week: page 8
Let's Make a Story 1.30
Music Box 2.00 Ghostwriter