Presented by Paul Guinery.
7.03 C P E Bach Sinfonia in D (H585)
7.10 Mozart Oboe
Concerto in C (K314)
7.35 Purcell Praise the Lord, 0 my soul (Z47)
7.47 Boyce Symphony in B flat, Op 2 No 7
8.00 The Great Thanksgiving In the first of seven visits to churches in London representing the diversity of Eucharistic worship in our century, Paul Guinery joins the Rev Alan Walker at the Armenian Apostolic Church.
8.35 Lefebure-Wely March in E flat
8.40 Purcell Awake, awake, put on thy strength (11) Producer Piers Burton-Page
with Barry Took.
Rossini Overture: The
Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
9.16 Handel I know that my Redeemer liveth (The Messiah) Ernest Lough (treble)
George Thalben-Ball (organ)
Slovak PO/Libor Pesek
9.37 Anon Non sofre Santa
Maria (The Pilgrimage to Santiago)
New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
9.43 Mendelssohn Ehre sei
Gott in der Hohe
Corydon Singers, conductor Matthew Best
9.49 Handel, arr Beecham Ballet: Love in Bath (excerpts) RPO/Thomas Beecham
Tatiana's letter scene
Lucia Popp (soprano)
Munich Radio Orchestra, conductor Stefan Soltesz
10.16 Torelli Concerto grosso in D, Op 8 No 12 Mariana Sirbu (violin) I Musici
Serenade, Op 7
London Winds, director
Michael Collins (clarinet)
10.36 Shostakovich Piano
Concerto No 2
New York PO, director
Leonard Bernstein (piano)
10.56 Moeran Songs of Springtime
Finzi Singers/Paul Spicer
11.10 Composer of the Week: Bach
Pastorale in F (BWV 590) Peter Hurford (orgap)
11.33 Artist of the Week:
Nobuko Imai (viola)
Rubinstein Nocturne, Op 11 Roland Pöntinen (piano)
Spring (The Seasons) Arleen Auger (soprano) John Aler (tenor)
Hakan Hagegard (baritone) Minnesota Chorale
St Paul CO/Joel Revzen
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
W H Auden lain Burnside makes a selection from the many song settings of Auden's poetry. Producer Adam Gatehouse
The 20th-century revival of Tudor music has had a profound influence on British composers from Elgar, Vaughan Williams and Hoist to the present day. Stephen Johnson looks at how and why, with contributions from Andrew
Parrott, Harry Christophers , Ivan Moody and the composers themselves, including Peter Maxwell Davies, James MacMillan and the late Herbert Howells.
Producer David Gallagher
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Andrew Davis
Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor
Eigar Introduction and Allegro; Dream Children; Overture: In the South
The word "holiday" is a prism through which one can see a vanished world of religious celebration and rejoicing.
Christopher Page and Eamon Duffy explore holy feasts, fasts and festivities in the Middle Ages.
Producer Kate Bolton
Matins as it may have been sung during the reign of Elizabeth I. The music includes Byrd's Great
Service, Christ rising again and the anthem Sing joyfully unto God.
Choir of King's College, Cambridge, director
Stephen Cleobury Rpt
The city of Odessa, on the shores of the Black Sea, has always been host to a cosmopolitan collection of people. David Vaughan traces its colourful history through the present inhabitants and through the eyes of its famous writer,
Isaac Babel , whose stories range from the humour of the Jewish community and the activities of local gangsters, to later and bleaker accounts of the 1917 revolution. With readings by Peter Firth. Producer Richard Bannerman
A recital of 20th-century piano music.
Janacek In the Mists
Simon Holt Nigredo James Dillon Spleen
Messiaen Canteyodjaya Last Monday's Lunchtime Concert
by William Shakespeare. Robert Hardy stars as Sir John Falstaff ,
Shakespeare's greatest comic creation, who latches on to Hal, the young Prince of Wales, and educates him in the vices of the tavern.
When Hotspur leads a rebellion against the King, Henry despairs of his son's degradation and neglect of duty. The time has come for Hal to redeem himself.
Music by Paddy Cuneen Director Michael Fox
Henry IV Part 2 next Sunday 7.3Opm
Sir Walter Blunt:
Brian Wright introduces a classic performance from 1965 of Bach's seasonal masterpiece, the Easter Oratorio.
Choir of Vienna Academy Stuttgart CO, conductor Karl Munchinger Discs
with Anthony Burton. Building a Library
The first part of a Gilbert and Sullivan survey by Rodney Milnes. And new releases of baroque music discussed by Tess Knighton and Roderick Swanston.
Rev'd rpt from yesterday 9.00am