Women's Studies: Beware
- Gender at Work 6.15
Jews and Christians in Renaissance Venice 6.35
Language in Hard Times
With Anthony Burton.
Wagner Prelude: Lohengrin Chicago SO, conductor Daniel Barenboim
7.14 Bach Trio Sonata in E minor, BWV 528 Piet Kee (organ)
7.27 Hoist The Morning of the Year
Guildford Choral Society Philharmonia, conductor Hilary Davan Wetton
7.50 Schubert Rondo in A, D951
Yaara Tal and Andreas
Groethuysen (piano duet)
8.04 Rovetta/Monteverdl Le Lagrime d'Erminia Ellen Hargis (soprano) Andrew Lawrence-King (harp)
The King's Noyse, conductor David Douglass
8.19 Gade Symphony No 1 Danish National Royal Symphony Orchestra, conductor Dmitri Kitaienko
Debussy's Preludes by Bryce Morrison.
Edward Greenfield on 20th-century English chamber, orchestral and choral music, including a disc of works by Percy Grainger from John Eliot Gardiner and the Monteverdi Choir.
Revised repeat tomorrow 11.15pm
Howells Paradise Rondel
LSO, conductor Richard Hickox
10.26 Bax Elegiac Trio Nash Ensemble
10.37 Parry Piano Concerto in F sharp
Piers Lane (piano) BBC Scottish SO, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Bernard Keeffe investigates the Royal Classics label, which has licensed recordings from EMI, many of which have not previously been issued on CD. They include performances from
John Barbirolli , Paul Kletzki and Rafael Kubelik.
Producers Clive Portbury and Patrick Lambert Discs
The renowned conductor Sir
Colin Davis talks to Michael
Berkeley and chooses music from Tippett's The
Midsummer Marriage and Britten's Peter Grimes , together with works by Mozart, Bruch, Beethoven, Brahms and Berlioz.
A Ladbroke Radio production
In the last of four programmes, Georgina Ferry meets scientific pioneers working in Britain in the fifties who set the stage for today's revolution in biotechnology.
Producer John Watkins
The last of three programmes presented by Richard Wigmore exploring the life of pioneering countertenor Alfred Deller , with contributions from his son Mark Deller , members of the Deller Consort and countertenors James
Bowman and Paul
Esswood. Including English folk songs and excerpts from Purcell's King Arthur and The Fairy Queen,
Handel's Orlando, Sosarme and Theodora, and Britten's Midsummer
Night's Dream. Discs
The last of three concerts for the classical accordion.
Joseph Petric plays his own transcription of Mozart's
Andante in F for mechanical organ, K616,
Nigel Clarke 's On the Wings of the Wind, and three more transcriptions of sonatas by Soler and Domenico
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Conductor Jean Yves
Dohnanyi Symphony No 1 Rpt
Geoffrey Smith with vibrant and varied tracks chosen by listeners across the country.
Producer Alan Hall Discs ADDRESS:
Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3,
Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
Fax: (0171) [number removed]
Presented by Ivan Hewett. Tonight, he talks to Richard Rodney Bennett as he approaches 60 and discusses the state of music coverage in the press with Andrew Porter ,
Richard Morrison and Frank Johnson.
Producer Jessica Isaacs
Repeated tomorrow 12.15pm
Bizet's opera in a production starring the American singer who has recently made the title role very much her own. Sung in French.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera,
New York, conductor
7.30 James Levine
The first of a two-part interview in which
Metropolitan Opera artistic director James Levine talks to Terence McNally.
7.50 Act 2
8.35 The Met Opera Quiz With Edward Downes.
8.50 Act 3
Carmen, a gypsy:
Don Jose, a corporal:
Escamillo, a bullfighter:
Micaela, a country girl:
Zuniga, a lieutenant:
Morales, a corporal:
Frasquita a gypsy:
Mercedes, a gypsy:
Remendado, a smuggler:
Dancairo, a smuggler:
Italian soprano Renata Tebaldi talks to George Jellinek.
Texaco supports the Metropolitan Opera Radio Network, which is broadcast on R3 through the EBU
With Steve Jones. The programme that bridges the gap between art and science explores the light which dictates the dawn chorus and the human biological clock, as well as providing the inspiration for great artists.
Producer Paula McGrath
16-piece orchestra was conducted by composer Mike Gibbs during its Contemporary Music
Network tour, with special guest American drummer
Peter Erskine. The numbers they played included original compositions by Mike Gibbs and reorchestrations of music by Mark-Anthony Tumage , Charles Ives and Oliver Knussen
. Alyn Shipton introduces a recording of the concert given last
January at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall and talks to
Mike Gibbs and Mark-
Producer Derek Drescher