Justice and Power in King Lear
With Penny Gore, including a chance to win tickets for a Mahler Prom.
7.05 Barber Overture: The
School for Scandal
7.18 Liszt Mephisto Waltz Nol
7.32 Handel Angels ever bright and fair; With darkness, deep as is my woe (Theodora)
7.42 Walton, arr Lambert Portsmouth Point
8.05 Enescu Romanian
Rhapsody, Op 11 No 2
8.39 Brahms Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op 56a Discs
Presented by Donald Macleod. Readings by Tessa Worsley and John Turner. 3: At the Opera
Music from Giovanni
Palsiello The Barber of Seville, premiered in St
Petersburg in 1782 and a European hit in the following months. Plus home-grown works, including music by Mikhail Matlnsky , Fomln's melodrama Orpheus and Euridice and Vaslll
Pashekvlch's The Early Reign of Oleg - with a libretto by Catherine the Great herself.
With Nicola Heywood Thomas.
10.00 Artist of the Week:
Mark Elder (conductor)
Dvorak The Noonday Witch, Op 108
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
10.15 Mozart Divertimento in B flat (K254) Beaux Arts Trio
10.35 Martlnu Symphony No
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Richard Armstrong
11.00 Shostakovich The
Fool's Ten Songs (Incidental music: King Lear) CBSO/Mark Elder
11.25 Gershwin Piano
Concerto in F
Peter Donohoe (piano)
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Mark Elder
Rptd from yesterday 11.30pm
With Susan Sharpe.
The fourth of ten recitals from the Concert Hall of New Broadcasting House, Manchester, presented by Rodney Slatford.
Apollo Saxophone Quartet Michael Ball Serenadefor Seikilos Richard Rodney Bennett
Andrew Keeling Wrestling with Angels
Stub FAIREST ISLE
The first of four programmes in which Stephen Banfield explores the neglected tradition of British orchestral light music. With musical contributions from Angela Morley, Balfour Gardiner, Arthur Sullivan, Edward German, Eric Coates, Ronald Binge, Ernest Tomlinson and Percy Grainger.
Producer Piers Burton-Page
With Susan Sharpe. [number removed]
Ring in before 2pm to have a chance of hearing your request today. Including Telemann Overture in D
John Wallace , John Miller , William Stokes and Wesley Warren (trumpets)
English String Orchestra, conductor William Boughton Handel Guardian angels, oh protect me (The Triumph of Time and Truth) Gillian Fisher (soprano)
London Handel Orchestra, conductor Denys Darlow Saint-Sains, arr Glennie Introduction and Rondo
Capriccioso, Op 28
Evelyn Glennie (marimba) National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth
Producer Susan Kenyon Discs WRITTEN REQUESTS: Midweek Choice, BBC Radio 3, London
W1A 1AA. FAX: [number removed]
Recorded in St Thomas 's
Church, Fifth Avenue,
Introit: Hail, gladdening light (Wood)
Responses (Hancock) Psalms 12, 13 and 14 (Wilton, Smith, Stanford) First Lesson: Isaiah 55, w 10-11
Canticles: Noble in A minor
Second Lesson: Mark 6, w 47-56
Anthem: 0 God, my heart is ready (Ned Rorem )
Organ Voluntary: Magnificat (Ned Rorem )
Organist and Master of the Choristers Gerre Hancock. Service sponsored by Radio America
The Serial Detective
3: Murder of the Mind?
The serial detective begins to break the code of Schoenberg's musical legacy with a little help from a confused French spy. But will he survive being "plinkyplonked" in Huddersfield?
With Natalie Wheen.
John Bull Walsingham
6.03 Liszt Lesjeux d'eau a la villa d'Este (Annees de pelerinage)
6.30 Copland El Salon Mexico
Producer Jessica Isaacs
From the Royal
Albert Hall London. ,
Joan Rodgers (soprano) Philip Dukes (viola)
London Mozart Players, conductor Matthias Bamert
Mozart Serenade in G
(K525) (Eine kleine Nachtmusik)
Sally Beamish Viola Concerto (first performance)
8.10 Into the Garden
Robin Lane Fox , fellow of New College, Oxford, and newspaper gardening correspondent, shows
Hugh Walters how he has replanted his college gardens.
8.30 Mozart Serenade in D
(K239) (Serenata nottuma) Britten Les Illuminations
Mozart Symphony No 39 in E flat
With Iwan Russell-Jones .
Rpt For details see Monday
Next programme tomorrow 9.30pm
Beethoven Piano Trio in E flat, Op 70 No 2
As the mirror evolved from a pool of water to the modern looking glass, it developed a variety of diverse associations and attributes. This programme takes a look at the evolution of this now commonplace device.
Gordon Stewart presents a recital given last June in the Wigmore Hall, London, by Felicity Lott (soprano) and Graham Johnson (piano) on the 20th anniversary of their first concert there.
The theme is flowers, gardens and spring, and the programme includes songs by Schumann. Wolf , Gounod, Chausson,
Chabrier, Faure. Stanford and Lord Bemers.
Producer John Thomley