With Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Fayrfax Ave Dei patris filia
7.17 Mayerl The Forgotten Forest
7.40 Shostakovich Suite:
The Age of Gold
8.05 Verdi Ballet music:
8.20 Graham Frtkln Hook
8.31 Faur6 Piano Quintet in C minor, Op 115 Discs
Violin Sonata in D minor, Op 108
Joseph Szigeti (violin) Egon Petri (piano)
Gesang aus Fingal, Op 17 No
Anthony Halstead and Christian Rutherford (homs) Delyth Wynne (harp)
Monteverdi Choir , conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Horn Trio in E flat, Op 40 Aubrey Brain (horn) Adolf Busch (violin)
Rudolf Serkin (piano) Discs
With Edward Blakeman.
Robert Morton Cousine trop vous abuses
Agrlcola Amours, Amours
10.05 Mozart Bassoon
Concerto in B flat (K191) Milan Turkovic (bassoon)
10.20 Sibelius Elegy, Op 76 No 10; Pieces, Op 75: Nos 1, 3, 4, 5
10.35 Artists of the Week:
Barber Summer Music
10.45 Debussy Prelude a I'apr6s-midi d'un faune
Recorded in York Minster for the Early Music Festival. Responses: Ayleward
Psalms 95, 96, 97 (Hiles, Attwood, Elvey)
First Lesson: 1 Kings 12, w 25-end
Te Deum in D (Purcell)
Second Lesson: Acts 11, w 1-18
Jubilate in D (Purcell)
Anthem: 0 God Thou art my God (Purcell)
Hymn: 0 God our help in ages past (St Anne)
Organ voluntary: Fantasia in C (BWV 573) (Bach) Organist and Master of Music Philip Moore. Assistant organist
John Scott Whiteley.
Repeated from yesterday
With Paul Guinery.
1.00 The BBC
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Honegger Symphony No 2 conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Tippett Songs for Dov Thomas Randle (tenor)
Conductor David Atherton
Playtime 2.15 Time to Move 2.35 Listen!
3.00 For Love, Not Money
Sarah Walker introduces music by three leading amateur choirs.
Szymanowski Stabat Mater Elzbieta Szmytka (soprano) Florence Quivar (mezzo) John Connell (bass) City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus
Bruckner Ecce sacerdos magnus; Locus iste City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus
CBSO Wind Ensemble
Peter King (organ), conductor Simon Halsey A selection of works by Martin Shaw ,
Stanley Dickson , Edwards, Gounod, Emrys Jones , Baring-Gould arr Sullivan, Sibelius arr John Tudor Davles ,
Bruckner and William
Rhos Male Voice Choir, conductors John Tudor
Davies and W Tudor Jones
Tlppett The Crown of the Year
New London Children's
New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
4.30 An Outside View
Leading musicians from around the world share their thoughts on British music. Today's guest is South African born composer Kevin Volans. Producer Susan Kenyon
4.35 Hunting: Gathering The Balanescu Quartet play Kevin Volans 's Quartet No 2, a piece which draws on the music of Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and Mali.
Composer Philip Cashlan spent several weeks in residence at Boumside and Pittville Schools in Cheltenham as part of this year's festival.
Tommy Pearson visited both schools to find out how the compositional side of the residency was going.
With Mairi Nicolson.
5.20 Gershwin, arr Helfetz It ain't necessarily so (Porgy and Bess)
6.03 Telemann Concerto in E flat for two horns
6.30 Puccini 0 mio babbino caro (Gianni Schicchi ) Producer Paul Hindmarsh
Handel's oratorio L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, based on Milton's poems on the humours of man and the delights of the English countryside.
Lorna Anderson ,
Lynne Dawson , Ruth Holton (sops) Paul Agnew (tenor)
Michael George (bass-bar)
St James 's Baroque Singers and Players/Ivor Bolton Producer Kate Bolton
South of the equator off the coast of Kenya lies Lamu island, a society in which men and women are kept apart until marriage and where music is of great importance, played even in mosques.
Next programme tomorrow 8.45pm
Joan Rodgers (soprano) Roger Vignoles (piano) A selection of lieder.
A performance by singer and mbira player
Stella Chiweshe , one of the few women mbira players in Zimbabwe.
The late-night arts show returns with a special edition from the newly reopened Ritzy Cinema in Brixton, south London, restored to its original glory and now Britain's biggest arthouse cinema.
Tony Palmer chairs a debate on how well British film-goers are served by Britain's film critics. Producer John Goudie
The sixth of seven concerts from this year's York Early Music Festival, introduced by George Pratt. The
Palladian Ensemble play a selection including music by Blow, Lawes, Banister, Matteis, Locke and VIsée Repeated tomorrow 12 noon
Tales from Europe
1.30 Le Club