Access to Maths: Starting Countdown
Presented by Fiona Talkington.
7.02 Martinu Three
7.19 Brahms Two Motets,
7.30 Wagner Overture and Venusberg Music (Tannhauser)
8.00 Kodaly Missa Brevis
8.34 Purcell Let mine eyes run down with tears (Z24)
8.45 Brahms Three Motets,
Producer Antony Pitts
This week's musical celebrity guest, Keith Swanwick , previews the Radio 3 week.
Humperdinck Overture: Hansel and Gretel
9.12 Composer of the Week:
Chopin Grande valse brillante in E flat. Op 18
9.18 Mozart Laudate
Dominum (Vesperae solennes de confessore) (K339)
9.23 Bach, orch Elgar Fantasia and Fugue in C minor (BWV 537)
9.33 Trad The Jovial Broom
Man; The Saint Turned Sinner
9.41 Smetana Three Dances (The Bartered Bride)
9.52 Johnny Guamieri The Dazzler; The Old Pianola
Rag; The Gospel Truth
10.02 Bach, arr
Munclinger Rute Concerto in E minor (BWV 1059)
10.18 Stanford Symphony No 1 (2nd mvt)
A Shropshire Lad (excerpts)
10.42 Gershwin Symphonic Suite: Catfish Row
(Porgy and Bess)
11.17 Glinka Jota
11.27 Artist of the Week:
Ralph Kirshbaum (cello)
Bach Cello Suite No 3 in C
(BWV 1009) (excerpts)
11.34 Purcell Lord , how long wilt Thou be angry?
(Z25); Thou know'st, Lord (Z58A); Hear my prayer, 0 Lord (115)
11.45 Stravinsky Symphony in C
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
Repeated from yesterday 7.40pm
As Time Goes By lain Burnside counts the passing hours.
Producer David Byers
Peter Holman investigates how a canon of musical
"classics" first grew up in 18th-century Britain. Producer Lindsay Kemp
Conductor Claudio Abbado
Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo) Introduced by Anthony Sargent.
Five songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn
Symphony No 5
A Floating Earth production
Given in May in the Royal Festival Hall, London
Christopher Page introduces highlights from recent recordings of early music, including troubador songs, cantigas, choral works by Dufay and Josquin and lute music from
Producer Kate Bolton
Solveig Kringelborn (soprano)
Einar Steen-Nokelberg (piano)
Songs by Rangstrom, Nielsen, Sibelius and Mozart and Grieg's song cycle Haugtussa. Presented by Geoffrey Baskerville.
Given last month in the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh
"I have an habitual feeling of my real life having passed, and that I am leading a posthumous existence".
Born 200 years ago, Keats remains the archetypal romantic poet, his brief flowering of greatness snuffed out by a tragic death. Each generation in the 175 years since he died has invented a different John Keats. How have they changed, and what is our view of the poet? With contributions from Marilyn Butler , Andrew Bennett , Christina Gee , Andrew Motion and Nicholas Roe. With Anthony Hyde as Keats. Producer Tim Dee
See also Monday 9.15pm
Mikhail Muntian (piano) Bach Sonata No 3 in G minor (BWV 1029)
Brahms Sonata in F minor, Op 120 No 1; Scherzo in C minor (FAE Sonata)
Last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert
A tour of six English cathedrals, celebrating their heritage in music, architecture and history. 4: Lincoln
Adrian Jack explores
Lincoln Cathedral in the company of Nicholas Bennett , Vice Chancellor and Librarian of the cathedral. With music by former organists of Lincoln, notably William Byrd , and other composers of the English cathedral tradition, including Herbert Howells , Edward Bairstow and Gerald Finzi.
Choir of Lincoln Cathedral
Andrew Post and James
Conductor Colin Walsh
Producer Tim Thome
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By Tina Pepler.
With the help of his two young children and many friends, David not only survives brain damage but also rediscovers religion. Based on a true story.
Other parts by Eric Allen , William Eedle , Cornelius Garrett. Andy Hockley and Sunny Ormonde.
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday
A series of three live, openended discussions on important issues in British musical life.
After the huge expansion of the 60s, what effect is the squeeze on education funding having on music for young people?
Presenter Chris de Souza is joined in the studio by Keith Swanwick and Anthony O'Hear. Send your contributions to the debate to the address below. WRITE TO: Coda,
Room 4015, Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA
Producer Chris de Souza