Presented by Andrew McGregor.
Bantock A Hebridean
6.35 Weber Clarinet
Concerto No 1 in F minor
Sabine Meyer (clarinet) Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Herbert
7.05 Symphony Series: Mozart Symphony in D (K204)
Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
7.36 Ireland Cello Sonata
Karine Georgian (cello) Ian Brown (piano)
8.05 Part The Beatitudes
Choir of King's College, Cambridge, director Stephen Cleobury
8.32 Symphony Series: Mozart Symphony in C (K208) (II re pastore) Academy of St Martin , conductor Neville Marriner
Mozart, arr Grieg Sonata in C (K545)
Elisabeth Leonskaja and Sviatoslav Richter (pianos)
9.15 Barber Knoxville:
Summer of 1915 Kathleen Battle (soprano) Orchestra of St Luke's, conductor Andre Previn
9.30 Beethoven Violin
Sonata in A minor, Op 23 Gidon Kremer (violin)
Martha Argerich (piano) Discs
With Mary Miller.
Artist of the Week:
Catherine Bott (soprano) Byrd Consort Songs
10.06 Dussek Piano
Concerto in G minor
10.43 Winter Concertino in C minor
11.00 Schoenberg Weihnachtsmusik
11.10 Schumann Five
Songs. Op 40
11.28 Sibelius Symphony No
Presented by Gillean McDougall. arr Kreisler Romance in A, Op 94 No 2
Fritz Kreisler (violin) Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conductor
Leo Blech orch Mahler Symphony No 4 in D minor
BBC Scottish SO, conductor Takyo Yuasa arr Kreisler Fantasy in C, Op 131
Gidon Kremer (violin) Vienna SO , conductor Heinz Wallberg Rpr
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 British Opera
Matinee: The Rape of Lucretia
By Benjamin Britten. Britten's first chamber opera followed the composition of Peter Grimes. Lucretia, the most faithful woman in Rome, is raped by Tarquinius Sextus , arrogant son of the despotic Etruscan king. Introduced by Humphrey Carpenter.
English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by the Composer Discs
3.20 New series
The first of three programmes featuring music by talented but short-lived English composers of the 18th century. Today, the Revolutionary Drawing Room with soprano Julia Gooding and fortepianist Timothy Roberts perform music by Stephen Storace (1762-1796).
Producer Lindsay Kemp
4.05 The BBC Orchestras
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Martyn Brabbins Vaughan Williams Overture: The Wasps
Ravel Alborada del gracioso (Miroirs)
Walton Variations on a Theme by Hindemith See also 7.30pm
Collatinus her husband:
Junius his friend:
Bianca Lucretia's nurse:
Lucia, Lucretia's maid:
Caroline Swinburne meets
Aboriginal rock band Yothu Yindi. With lyrics addressing issues such as land tenure and personal identity, and music combining the sounds of western rock with traditional material, the band's music has become a worldwide symbol in the fight for Aboriginal rights.
Warming up for the BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra's 60th birthday concert. Brian Morton presents a special celebratory In Tune from Glasgow.
Producer Svend Brown
The 60th Birthday Gala Concert
From the Royal Concert Hall,
Glasgow, introduced by Geoffrey Baskerville. Jerzy Maksymiuk
Martyn Brabbins (Associate Conductor)
Evelyn Glennie (marimba) Dmitri Alexeev (piano)
Berlioz Overture: Roman
Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
8.05 John Purser looks back at 60 years in the life of the BBC Scottish
Symphony Orchestra, with the help of past conductors, members of the orchestra, and archive recordings.
8.25 lain Hamilton The
Transit of Jupiter (BBC commission; first broadcast)
Thea Musgrave Journey through a Japanese Landscape
Elgar Enigma Variations
4: Freddie Young
Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor
Zhivago, You Only Live Twice.... What's it like working with a master director like David Lean ?
Final programme tomorrow
Suite No 3 in C (BWV 1009) Introduced and played by Yo-Yo Ma.
Next programme Saturday
How united is the United
Kingdom? Roy Porter traces the roots of the modem UK, asks whether the nations within it can be said to share a common purpose, and discusses its future in the face of devolution and Europe.
Producer Mohit Bakaya
BBC Concert Orchestra
Conductor Barry Wordsworth
Rawsthome Cortege (Fantasy Overture); Rhapsody
Leighton Dance Suite No 3