Andrew McGregor with news, weather, travel and music including Sibelius The Swan of Tuonela
Helsinki Philharmonic , conductor Leif Segerstam
6.13 Bach English Suite No 3 in G minor, BWV808
Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
7.05 Pachelbel Canon and Gigue in D Taverner Players, director Andrew Parrott
7.32 Haydn Concerto in D for Horn and Two Oboes
Ab Koster (natural horn),
John Abberger and Alayne Leslie (oboes), L'Archibudelli
8.05 Stravinsky Fireworks
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Mark Wigglesworth
8.42 Monteverdi Magnificat (1610 Vespers)
Taverner Choir, Consort and Players, director Andrew Parrott
Penny Gore . Mozart Serenade in D, K239
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
9.14 Bloch Schelomo
Lynn Harrell (cello), Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink
9.36 Shostakovich Suite: The
Age of Gold
London Philharmonic, conductor Bernard Haitink
With Susan Sharpe.
Tchaikovsky Polonaise (Sleeping Beauty)
USSR Symphony Orchestra, conductor Yevgeni Svetlanov
10.05 Chopin Ballade No 4 in F minor, Op 52
Kathryn Stott (piano)
10.25 Mahler Lieder eines
Ann Murray (mezzo), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Mark Elder
11.15 Proms Artist of the Week:
Christian Tetzlaff (violin)
Lalo Symphonie Espagnole Czech Philharmonic, conductor Libor Pesek
11.48 Saint-Saens Polonaise, Op 77 Philippe Entremont and Gaby Casadesus (pianos)
With John Thornley.
5: To Bartok, ill and weary of the turmoil of war and emigration, his last years were like a term of exile. Contrasts
Joseph Szigeti (violin),
Benny Goodman (clarinet), the Composer (piano)
Fuga (Solo Violin Sonata)
Viktoria Mullova Concerto for Two Pianos and Percussion
Martha Argerich and Nelson Freire (pianos), Royal Concertgebouw
Orchestra, conductor David Zinman Repeated next Friday 11.30pm
Nicola Heywood Thomas presents the fifth of six recitals from Cardiff, given last April.
Sharon Morgan (narrator), Music-Theatre Wales, conductor Michael Rafferty
Stravinsky The Soldier's Tale
Another chance to hear Monday's concert. The visiting Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra premieres a new work by one of Finland's most admired composers -
Magnus Lindberg. And Proms Artist of the Week Christian Tetzlaff plays a classic violin concerto from this century.
Christian Tetzlaff (violin), Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste
Sibelius Violin Concerto
Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica)
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Edinburgh International Festival, Sir John Drummond introduces the first of three outstanding recitals from the BBC archives.
Young Uck Kim (violin), Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Emanuel Ax (piano)
Mozart Piano Trio in G, K564
Brahms Piano Trio No 1 in B, Op 8 Producer Svend Brown
week exploring the work of composer Tod Machover by taking part in performances of his ground-breaking piece The Brain Opera in Copenhagen and, via the internet, New York.
With Natalie Wheen , including Debussy Fetes (Nocturnes) New Philharmonia, conductor Pierre Boulez
6.05 Takemitsu Vers I'Arc-en-Ciel,
John Williams (guitar), Gareth Hulse (oboe d'amore), London Sinfonietta, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
6.40 Poulenc Sextet
André Previn and Friends
Producer Ekene Akalawu
From the Royal Albert Hall , London. Tonight a lively young orchestra from Hungary which has helped to rebuild that country's musical fortunes, and a fascinating juxtaposition of Prom themes.
Featured composers Brahms and Bartok are united in their inspiration from Hungarian folk song and in the colour and drama of two of their major symphonic works. Andras Schiff (piano),
Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer
Bartok Hungarian Sketches; Romanian Folk Dances; Piano Concerto No 1
7.50 A Pioneering Venture in Hungarian Cultural Life
Stephanie Hughes explores the development of the Budapest
Festival Orchestra since its foundation in 1983 by conductor Ivan Fischer and pianist Zoltan Kocsis. She also looks at the orchestra's position today both within and outside Hungary.
8.10 Brahms Hungarian Dances Nos 1 and 10: Symphony No 2 in D
Michael Rosen examines four very different historical attempts at moulding the minds of the young. 4: South Africa: Black and White?
The story of children's literature in apartheid South Africa is a tale of literary starvation for blacks, a solid diet of mother country classics and fake history for the whites, and bold tales of pioneering Vortrekkers for the Afrikaners. It looked as though it would be this way for ever. But in the heart of Soweto, a teacher closed the door, put his finger to his lips and told his black pupils the story of how it really was. Repeat
Neil Black (oboe), Keith Puddy
(clarinet), Roger Birnstingl (bassoon) Twentieth-century music for wind trio, including Milhaud's Pastorale. Discs
The intricately expressive music of the English Renaissance is set against the ceremonial splendour of anthems by Purcell and Handel. This great tradition of British choral music heralds a special weekend at the Proms coinciding with a major conference of the world's leading music scholars.
BBC Singers, Brandenburg Consort , conductor Stephen Cleobury
Purcell My Heart Is Inditing, Z30
Fayrfax Magnificat Regale
Byrd Domine, Quis Habitabit
Sheppard Verbum Caro Factum Est
Handel Let God Arise
With Paul Guinery.
Der Falke; Beherzigung BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury Four Duets , Op 61
Felicity Lott (soprano), Ann Murray (mezzo), Graham Johnson (piano)
String Quartet in A minor, Op 51 No 2 Borodin Quartet
Repeated from last Friday
Repeated from Monday 4.30pm
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Madras Mark Tully introduces a concert by Ms E Gaayathri who plays the vina, south India's most ancient and celebrated instrument.
2.30 Cestl LArgia
Concerto Vocale/René Jacobs