With Andrew MacGregor , including a chance to win tickets for a Mahler Prom.
7.05 Handel Handbook:
Handel Overture in D
Keith Puddy and Gary Brodie (clarinets) Susan Dent (horn)
7.32 Mendelssohn Ave
Maria, Op 23 No 2
Andrew Carwood (tenor) lain Simcock (organ) Choir of Westminster
Cathedral, director James O'Donnell
7.40 Bizet Suite:
Halle Orchestra, conductor
8.05 Schubert Impromptu in E flat (D899 No 2) Alfred Brendel (piano)
8.20 Franck Prelude , Fugue and Variation
Daniel Roth (organ)
8.45 Vivaldi Magnificat (RV610a) Susan Gritton and Lisa
Catherine Denley (alto) Lynton Atkinson (tenor)
King's Choristers, Choir and Consort, director Robert King Discs
"My strongest desire is to return to my country, and I hope that day will come, for which I long so much.
Meanwhile, I devote what little strength and energy I have left to my compositions, with which I hope to serve our Romanian people."
Enescu's last years, with Stephen Johnson.
Gigue (Orchestral Suite No 2)
USSR State Symphony
Piano Quintet No 2 (first UK broadcast)
Yvonne Piedemonte (piano) Voces Quartet
Instrumental ensemble/ Constantin Silvestri
With Mairi Nicolson , including at approximately
10.01 Artists of the Week:
Katia and Marielle Labeque (piano duet)
James P Johnson Carolina
10.05 A selection of songs
10.11 Geminiani Concerto grosso in G minor after Corelli, Op 5 No 5
Concerto in E for two pianos
10.51 Faure Cantique de Jean Racine, Op 11
11.00 Edward Gregson Piano Sonata
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Friday Chamber Music
Jean-Marie Leclair at the Concert Spirituel
Nicholas Anderson presents the last of three programmes featuring music by Leclair and his contemporaries.
Leclair Violin Concerto in F,
Op 7 No 4
Aubert Sonata in F minor for two violins, Op 24 No 2 Blavet Rute Sonata in D, Op 2 No 5 .
Aubert Concerto in E minor for four violins, Op 26 No 4 Leclair Sonata en grand choeur in C minor, Op 5 No 6 (Le Tombeau) Rachel Brown (flute)
Michaela Comberti ,
Miles Golding and Julia Bishop (violins)
Collegium Musicum 90/ Simon Standage (violin)
A Regent Records production
2.05 Scottish Chamber
Orchestra conductor Takuo Yuasa
Kodaly Summer Evening Schubert Symphony No 3 in D
3.00 The Prom Archive
Susan Kenyon continues her survey of vintage Proms performances to celebrate the centenary season.
This week, Kathleen Ferrier sings the Four Serious Songs by Brahms in a concert from 1949, and from 1953 Bax's new
Coronation March and Schumann's Piano
Concerto in A minor, played by a favourite Prom soloist, Eileen Joyce.
4.20 Turns of the Century
An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Russell Davies celebrates Harry Hemsley.
4.30 Mowing and Marrying
Lela Sisauri presents the Rustavi Men's Choir in a selection of Georgian folk songs ranging from the Caucasus to the Black Sea
- stark harmonies, characteristic of songs from the mountainous Svanety region, village songs of love and marriage, and a musical mowing competition. Rpt
Mr Thomson and Mr Haydn How did a petty bureaucrat in 18th-century Scotland come to commission folk song arrangements by Haydn, Beethoven and Hummel? Bryan Beattie investigates.
With Richard Baker , including
6.03 Chopin Rondo a la Mazur in F, Op 5
6.30 Vieme Carillon de
Producer Ray Abbott
From the Royal
Albert Hall , London, continuing this season's Mahler cycle.
Imogen Cooper (piano) City of Birmingham
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Mozart Piano Concerto No
18 in B flat (K456)
8.00 From the Bitter Cup of Human Life
Chris Wines explores the background and performing traditions of Mahler's Sixth
8.20 Mahler Symphony No 6 City of Birmingham Symphony
Orchestra appearance sponsored by Babcock and Brown
5: Cities for a Small Planet
In this concluding lecture, Richard Rogers describes the implications of sustainability - considering the needs of future generations - for the city of tomorrow. Where lies the future for urban man?
Robert Ziegler introduces an international edition, including two studio sessions. The Anglo-Belgian-Canadian Trio
Phoenix play music from their home countries:
Ian Gardiner 's Two
Frederic D'Hqene 's Pessoa-
Revisited and James Harley's
Epanou. And, on CD, music by composers featured in next week's
Judith Weir. The second session unites players from the UK and Australia: Machine for
Making Sense combine spoken verse with hurdygurdy, flute and electronics on a rare London visit.
Producer Philip Tagney
Repeated from Monday 12 noon