Presented by Anthony Burton. Arriaga Symphony in D Le Concert des Nations, conductor Jordi Savall
7.32 Roussel Trio , Op 40 Paul Verhey (flute)
Henk Guittart (viola)
Herre-Jan Stegenga (cello)
7.48 Duarte Lobo Two
Motets: Audivi vocem de caelo; Pater peccavi
Ars Nova , conductor
7.56 Franck Violin Sonata in A
Augustin Dumay (violin) Maria-Joao Pires (piano)
8.25 Tomas Breton
La Verbena de la Paloma
Madrid Civic Choir
Antoni Ros Marba
8.38 Poulenc Sextet
Andre Previn (piano)
Elizabeth Mann (flute) Steve Taylor (oboe)
David Shifrin (clarinet)
Dennis Godburn (bassoon) Richard Todd (horn)
Bernard Keeffe surveys the recordings of conductor George Szell.
Patrick O'Connor reviews his own selection of new releases.
Revised repeat tomorrow
Mackeben Fantasie uber drei Lieder; Mein kleiner Teddybar
Cologne Radio Orchestra, conductor
Emmerich Smola 10.29 Hugh Martin Tiny
Room; Out of Doors; You Are for Loving
Michael Feinstein (baritone) Hugh Martin (piano)
10.40 Blacher Dance
Martin Cotton has been investigating the latest batch in BMG's budget-price series Classical Navigator, including performances by Gennadi Rozhdestvensky , Maxim Shostakovich and Colin Davis.
Producers Clive Portbury and Patrick Lambert
Michael Berkeley 's guest this week is pianist and film star Dudley Moore , whose musical choices range from organ music by Bach and sacred music by Weelkes and Mozart to a Chopin ballade and Rachmaninov's most popular piano concerto - with a little jazz thrown in. A Classic Arts production
Continuing the award-winning eight-part series in which Leslie Forbes explores the old spice routes of India.
4: Bombay! Four fights
, one rape, eight songs and a confrontation: the perfect recipe for a masala Bollywood hit. But is it any good for the culture? Plus why Thaii is the ultimate in flirtation. Rpt
BBC BOOK Recipes from the Indian Spice Trail is available
The Ida Rubinstein Legacy Roger Nichols explores the life of the dancer and the music she commissioned.
In the third of four programmes, he focuses on the end of the 20s, when Wall Street crashed and Rubinstein was approaching 50. Reader Neville Jason. Including excerpts from the Rubinstein commissions:
Ravel La Valse
Stravinsky Persephone lbert Suite: Diane de
An Arthur Johnson production
The second of two programmes featuring highlights from the EBU's Young Performers Day.
Introduced by Verity Sharp.
With Geoffrey Smith. Producer Alan Hall Discs
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Ivan Hewett talks to Andrew Lloyd Webber about recently discovered works by his father William. Plus the strangely evocative sound world of one of the earliest electronic instruments, and a review of Charles Rosen 's new book The Romantic
Generation, which links Romantic music, art, literature and science in one comprehensive survey. Producer Anthony Sellors
Repeated tomorrow at 12.15pm
Peter Frankl (piano)
Schumann Quintet in E flat, Op 44
Brahms Quintet in F minor, Op 34
From the Grand
Rossini's opera to a libretto by Angelo Anelli. The lecherous Bey of Algiers wishes to divorce his own wife, force her to marry his Italian slave Lindoro, and take another Italian, the newly arrived Isabella, who is searching for her enslaved lover. Treachery, double-crosses and fiery passions all enliven this comedy, before Isabella commits her final act of subterfuge, duping the Algerians and spiriting away the Bey's European slaves. Sung in Italian. Introduced by Donald Macleod.
Chorus of the Grand
Orchestra, conductor Jesus Lopez-Cobos
9.15 Stendhal in nary
In 1817, the French writer Stendhal journeyed through Italy, writing down his impressions.
Frank Felsenstein introduces
Stendhal's visit to Florence, where the roads, language and people are much to his distaste. But then he meets Rossini. With Alex
Jennings as Stendhal.
9.45 Act 2
This month's new publications include controversial philosophy, innovative poetry and new books from major novelists. Joe Farrell and Kate Kellaway
trawl through fact and fiction to select their
Book of the Month.
Producer Abigail Appleton
Introduced by Brian Morton. The Scottish All Stars give the first performance of Bobby Wellins 's five-movement suite Images of Scotland. Plus a set from the Strathclyde Youth Jazz Orchestra, directed from the piano by Bobby Wishart. Producer Simon Lord