With Richard Osborne.
Dvorak Slavonic Dances, Op 46: No 4 in F; No 7 in C minor
7.15 Mozart, air Grieg
Fantasia in C minor (K475) Elisabeth Leonskaja and Sviatoslav Richter (pianos)
7.31 Onslow String Quintet in L'Archibudelli
7.59 Weber Andante e
Sundsvall CO/Niklas Willen
8.11 Janacek Nursery Rhymes (excerpts)
Boris Berman (piano)
Prague Academy of Musical Arts
8.28 Sibelius Symphony No
Dvorak's String Sextet in A by Stephen Dodgson. Edward Greenfield and Robert Cowan discuss new releases of 20th-century orchestral music, including Bernard Haitink 's recording of Vaughan Williams' Symphony No 5 in D.
Revised repeat tomorrow 11.15pm
Janacek Taras Bulba
North German RSO/ John Eliot Gardiner
10.39 Rubbra Symphony No 4
BBC NO of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox
Concerto for piano, trumpet and strings
Mikhail Rudy (piano) Ole Edvard Antonsen
Berlin PO/Mariss Jansons
11.34 Bantock Symphony
No 3 (The Cyprian Goddess) RPO/Vernon Handley
Producers Clive Portbury and Patrick Lambert
Michael Berkeley 's guest is best-selling author Julian Barnes. His passion for
French culture is reflected in his musical choices, from the smoky cabaret bars of Montmartre to the purer ambience of Gounod's Messe solennelle de Sainte Cecile.
A Classic Arts production
Christopher Cook talks to Lem Dobbs, the young author who had an early success with Kafka, directed by Steven Soderburgh. Producer Fiona McLean
See also tomorrow 7.30pm
Richard Wigmore continues his exploration of the recorded legacy of the German tenor who died in 1966, aged 36.
2: Reaching the Top
Including excerpts from non-German operas by Handel, Tchalkovsky, Verdi and Puccini, from oratorios by Bach and Haydn,
Pfltzner's Cantata von
Deutscher Seele and Mahler's Das Lied von der
With Anna Markland. This week's programme features the Passacaglia Ensemble in sonatas by Telemann, Bolsmortier and Keller, violinist Lucy Jeal and pianist Julian Milford in works by Ravel and Szymanowski, and Jiun-Yoong Lim (piano) performing contemporary repertoire by Francois Morel , Takemitsu and George Crumb. During the interval, Andrew Sparling reports on how the careers of performers from the earlier series have been progressing.
Recorded in the National Portrait
Gallery on 12 November
With Geoffrey Smith. Producer Alan Hall
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With the Arts Council's announcement of next year's funding imminent, Ivan Hewett presents a debate from the Lilian Baylis Theatre , London, about the public funding of music in Great Britain.
Mary Allen , chief executive of the Arts Council of England;
Jennifer Edwards , director of the National Campaign for the Arts; Duncan Fraser , artistic and community director of the Royal
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra;
Norman Lebrecht , music columnist of the Daily Telegraph; and Natalie Wheen , writer and broadcaster.
Producer Jessica Isaacs
Repeated tomorrow at 12.15pm
Maria Guleghina and Placido Domingo head the cast in Umberto Giordano's melodrama, based on a play by Sardou. When
Princess Fedora's fiance is assassinated, her attempts at revenge backfire.
Performed last week at
Covent Garden. Sung in Italian. Introduced by James Naughtie.
Royal Opera Chorus
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent
Garden/Edward Downes Acts 1 and 2 7.45 The James Naughtie Interview
With Placido Domingo.
8.05 Act 3
Princess Fedora Romazov:
Count Loris Ipanov:
Countess Olga Sukarev:
Suite No 1 in G
Introduced and played by Yo-Yo Ma.
Recorded earlier this year at the Barbican Centre, London
Next programme Tuesday 10.20pm
Conductor Peter Maxwell
Maxwell Davies The
Michael Rosen presents
Radio 3's poetry magazine. This month, Irish poet Brendan Kennelly talks about his latest collection.
Plus a reassessment of the poetry of Samuel Johnson. Producer Fiona McLean
The Art Ensemble of Chicago
The famous group, celebrating its 30th anniversary, recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Plus five drummers from
Senegal paying tribute to the African heritage of jazz. Introduced by Chris Parker , who talks to Lester Bowie during the interval about some of the memorable events of the last three decades.
Producer Derek Drescher