With Penny Gore, including 6.00
Shostakovich Three Fantastic Dances Tatiana Nikolaieva (piano) 6.05 Vivaldi
Concerto in A minor, RV230 Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor
Neville Marriner 7.00 Alonso Lobo Versa Est in Luctum Tallis Scholars, director Peter Phillips 7.05Crusell Clarinet Concerto
No 3 in B flat, Op 11 Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, director Antony Pay (clarinet)
8.00 Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor Jacqueline du Pre, London Symphony Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli
8.35 Handel Ombra Mai Fu (Xerxes)
Andreas Scholl (countertenor), Berlin Early Music Academy 8.40 Fauns Dolly Suite
Kathryn Stott and Martin Roscoe (pianos)
With Donald Macleod
3: Vivaldi and Venice. Vivaldi spent most of his working life in Venice. In 1716, two decisive military encounters provided an excuse for a sacred military oratorio based on the biblical story of Judith and Holofernes. Juditha Triumphans (excerpts) Maria Cristina Kiehr (soprano), Ann Murray ,
Susan Bickley , Sarah Connolly and Jean Rigby (mezzos), Choir and Orchestra of the King's Consort, director Robert King
Ronan Bennett. The starting point of Ronan Bennett 's new novel was historical research on the 17th-century court records of west Yorkshire. These records document the words of the poor and give a rare insight into English as it was spoken by peasants and artisans.
With Peter Hobday. Stravinsky Suite: The Soldier's Tale Columbia Chamber
Ensemble, conducted by the Composer
10.32 Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 8, Op 84 Tatiana Nikolaieva 11.02
Mozart Serenade in E flat, K375Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe
Impressions from a Country
Smetana From Bohemia's Woods and Fields (Ma Vlast) Czech Philharmonic, conductor Charles Mackerras
Zelenka Trio Sonata No 5 in FJohn Anderson and Jennifer Caws (oboes), Geoffrey Gambold (bassoon), Richard Nunn (harpsichord), Thomas Martin (double bass)
Novak String Quartet No 2 in D, Op 35 Prazak Quartet
Dvorak Symphonic Variations BBC
Symphony Orchestra/Jiri Belohlavek
Martinu String Quartet No 7 (Concerto da Camera)
Dvorak String Quartet in E flat, Op 51
Dvorak Carnival Overture Conductor
VassilySinaisky James MacMillan The World's RansomingGillian Callow (cor anglais), conductor VassilySinaisky
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor
John Lill (piano), conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Dvorak Symphony No 8 in G/Tadaaki Otaka
From Westminster Cathedral.
Introit: Factum Est Silentium (Dering). Office Hymn (Plainsong).
Psalms 8 and 137 (Plainsong).
New Testament Canticle: Colossians 1, wl2-20 (Plainsong/Falsibordone). Reading: Daniel 7, w9, 10, 13-19. Homily: The Rev Mgr George Stack.
Magnificat Septimi Toni (Victoria). Motet: Plebs Angelica (Tippett). Organ Voluntary: L'Ange a la Trompette (Charpentier).
Master of the music James O'Donnell.
Organist Andrew Reid.
Sean Rafferty talks to the Portuguese artist Ana Maria Pacheco , who is influenced by music, about the opening of an exhibition of her work at the National
Gallery. Music in the programme includes at 5.35 Rodrigo's Fantasia para un
Gentilhombre and at 6.40 Khachaturian's
Suite: Masquerade performed by the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer.
Between now and next Saturday Radio 3 highlights the music of the great Czech composer Leos Janacek. Dismissed as "a scrap-by-scrap composer'afterthe British premiere of Katya Kabanova in 1951, he is now recognised as one of the great operatic composers of ourtime. As a prelude to the opening concert of this season, Chris de Souza talks to director David Pountney and conductor Richard Armstrong about Janacek's rise from obscurity to fame.
7.45 Janacek Katya Kabanova Scottish Opera's current production - sung in English -a moving story of one woman's struggle forfreedom in an oppressive world. Love, betrayal, power and guilt combine in a conflict which can only be resolved in death.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Richard Armstrong
Tikhon Ivanich Kabanov:
Philip Dodd talks to Edward Said , one of the world's pre-eminent cultural critics and a leading proponent of the Palestinian cause. In the light of the recent controversy over details of his early life, Said discusses his new memoir Out of Place, in which he talks about his childhood in Cairo, his fierce demanding father and other influences that helped shape his later writing. And in the third of this week's series on the cultural legacy of Marxism
Philip Dodd explores Marxism's impact on literature and literary criticism.
Verity Sharp contrasts Bryars and Boulez with early Gallic alleluias.
Year of the Rabbit. Alyn Shipton introduces the second of this week's tributes to
Johnny Hodges from Bobby Watson 's all-star band at the 1999 Edinburgh International Jazz Festival.
With Jonathan Swain.
12.05am Andre Raison Offertory: Vive le Roy des Parisiens 12.10 Forqueray Chaconne: La Morangis ou la Plissay (Pieces de Viole, 174 7) 12.25 Dvorak
Wind Serenade in D minor, Op 44 12.50 Bach Fantasia in A minor, BWV922 1.00 Organ music by Raison, San Lorenzo,
Araujo, da Conceicao, Coelho, Dandrieu, du Mage and Louis and Francois Couperin
1.50 JC Bach Quintet in F, Op 11 No 3
2.00 Schumann Davidsbundlertanze , Op 6
2.35 Abel Flute Concerto in E minor, Op 6
No 22.50 Handel Bramo di Trionfar(Alcina)
3.00 Time and Tune 3.20 Together: an Assembly for Schools 3.40 Dance
Workshop 4.00 Let's Move! 4.20 Scottish Resources 10-12 4.40 Talking Points
5.00 Strauss Love Scene (Feuersnot)
5.15 Gabrieli Canzon: La Spiritata 5.25
Boccherini Harpsichord Concerto in E flat
5.40 Vivaldi Nulla in Mundo Pax Sincera, RV630 5.55 Rodrigo Copillas de Belen