With Fiona Talkington. Faure Masques et bergamasques
6.35 Clementi Sonata in B flat, Op 24 No 2
7.03 Mozart Symphony
No 31 in D (K297) (Paris)
8.03 Nicolai Overture: The
Merry Wives of Windsor
8.33 Vivaldi Concerto in F,
Op 4 No 9 (La Stravaganza)
Rebel Les Elemens
9.25 Schubert String
Quartet No 10 in E flat (D87)
9.47 Turina La Oracion del torero
9.54 Glazunov Waltz in D,
Op 42 No 3 Discs
With Piers Burton-Page . Artist of the Week:
Janet Baker (mezzo)
Armstrong Gibbs By a Bierside
10.03 Nielsen Overture:
10.08 Alfven Three choral songs
10.13 Sallinen String
Quartet No 5 (Mosaic Pieces)
10.38 Bononcini Cello
Sonata in A minor
10.47 Elgar Sea Pictures
11.14 Edlund Gloria
Back Bedfen och eder skall varda givet
11.25 Haydn Symphony No 43 in E flat (Mercury)
11.51 Brahms Cradle Song
With Edward Blakeman.
5: Myth and Legend
Delibes Les Riles de Cadiz
Massenet Don Quichotte (excerpts)
Delibes, orch Massenet Trepak (Kassya)
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Chamber Music from Manchester
Martin Roscoe (piano). Haydn Sonata in E flat (H XVI 52)
Beethoven Sonata in C minor, Op 111
Given last January in the Concert Hall, New Broadcasting House
Let's Make a Story 2.15 Music Box 2.30 Dance
Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
3.00 Mining the Archive Time Remembered
The third of four programmes recalling performances from 25 years ago. In conversation with Gordon Stewart , clarinettist Thea King recalls her work and some of the performances she has given. Recordings from the BBC archives include
Mozart's Piano Trio No 2 in E flat (K498) (Kegelstatt) and what was the first broadcast performance in this country of Spohr's
Clarinet Concerto No 4 in E minor, with the English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Steuart Bedford.
A Cavendish production
4.20 New series
Hits of the Fifties
A four-part series exploring music from the fifties that evokes memories for people in the public eye.
Marvin Rainwaters 's 1958 classic Whole Lotta Woman reminds Tony Banks , MP for Newham North West,
London, of a misspent youth kicking around in Kennington in South London.
Producer Jane Ray
4.30 The Sailor's Piano
The first of two programmes in which Janet Topp Fargion plays African and Latin American music for the accordion.
To end her week in the Music City, Sarah Walker takes a tour of the celebrated country music Hall of Fame to discover the city's rich musical history. Plus some of the gossip and stories behind the lives of the stars.
Presented on International Women's Day by Natalie Wheen, including
Beatritz de Romans Na Maria
6.03 Grace Williams Sea Sketches
6.30 Ellen Taaffe Zwilich Concerto Grosso
Producer Andrew Lyle
From Studio One,
Pebble Mill, the first of four recitals of chamber music from the fifties.
Adrian Thompson (tenor) Jonathan Kelly (oboe) Claire Briggs (horn) lain Burnside (piano)
Lennox Berkeley Three Greek Songs
Britten Six Metamorphoses after Ovid
Canticle III: Still Falls the Rain
The first of four programmes in which distinguished musicians look back to the start of their international careers.
Humphrey Burton meets conductor Colin Davis , who began the decade as an unknown clarinettist conducting an amateur orchestra and ended in a blaze of glory at the Royal Festival Hall.
8.20 Vaughan Williams Ten Blake Songs
Poulenc Elegie for horn and piano
Tippett The Heart's Assurance
The conclusion of a five-part drama-documentary by Nigel Kneale, mixing interview, archive and adventure.
Race riots grip the 1950s and Quatermass confronts an evil more ancient than man himself...
For cast see Monday
Contemporary Music Group's current concert season is under way again. Andrew Sparling introduces this concert, recorded last month in the Adrian Boult Hall.
Conductor Stefan Asbury Sally Beamish A Book of Seasons (first performance) Judith Weir Musicians
Stravinsky Two Poems of Balmont
Three Japanese Lyrics Pierre Boulez Derive I
Jonathan Harvey One Evening
Stephen Pratt introduces highlights from last autumn's Composers'
Platform, including works by Guy Newbury. Marc Yeats and Alex Hills.
Producer Alan Hall
In the last programme of the series, John McGlinn introduces music from the shows that American songwriter Cole Porter composed for the West End stage. The programme includes the complete set of 78rpm recordings from Nymph Errant recorded by Gertrude Lawrence and Elisabeth Welch with Hay Noble and his band.
Douglas Byng sings a Porter party speciality - Miss Otis Regrets , and dashing matinee idol
George Metaxa sings What is this thing called love?
A Unique Broadcasting production