AM With Penny Gore, including Telemann
Overture: La Changeante Northern CO, director Nicholas Ward 6.45 Skempton Lento BBCSO, conductor
Mark Wigglesworth 7.00 Schubert Symphony No 5 in B flat Hanover Band, director Roy Goodman 7.30 Ravel Pavane pour une
Infante Défunte Philippe Entremont (piano)
8.00 Walton Coronation March (Crown Imperial) Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by the Composer 8.30 Howells Te Deum ; Jubilate (Collegium Regale) Choir of King's College, Cambridge/Stephen Cleobury
(1845-1924) With Donald Macleod.
1: Venice and Before. The first programme in this week's chronological survey of the music of Gabriel Faure , which will include several of his chamber works and each day one of his song cycles.
La Naissance de Venus Soloists, the Sixteen, BBC Philharmonic, conductor Harry Christophers
Ballade,Op 19John Ogdon (piano)
Cinq Mélodies de Venise, Op 58 (Song cycle to poems by Verlaine) Gerard Souzay (baritone), Dalton Baldwin (piano) Producer Piers Burton-Page
Jatinder Verma. In five programmes this week writer and director JatinderVerma charts the progress of the production of his latest play from the initial conception to the start of a national tour. Verma founded
Tara Arts - Britain's first Asian theatre company- in 1976 and has since directed and written most of their productions. His latest play, Genesis, tells the epic story of the building of the East African Railway by 30,000 Punjabi migrants, which laid the foundation of modern East Africa.
Producer Fiona McLean
With Stephanie Hughes , featuring Haydn symphonies from 1772 and recordings by Shura Cherkassky.
Beethoven Ecossaises , Wo083 Shura Cherkassky (piano)
10.08 Mozart Horn Concerto No 4 in E flat,
K495 Dennis Brain , Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan
10.25 Bach, transcr Busoni Chaconne (Partita in D minor) Shura Cherkassky (piano)
10.43 Haydn Symphony No 43 in E flat (Mercury)
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra, conductor Adam Fischer
11.08 Liszt Piano Concerto No 1 in Eflat
Shura Cherkassky , Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Anatole Fistoulari
Producer Tony Cheevers
Artist In Focus: Alfred Brendel. For over three decades the Austrian pianist Alfred Brendel has often been regarded as the foremost living exponent of the music of Haydn, Mozart, Schubert and Beethoven. During this period Brendel has recorded and broadcast frequently for the BBC. This week Humphrey Burton trawls through the rich Brendel archive, and the programmes are punctuated by observations from
Brendel himself. Mozart Sonata in C minor, K457Chopin Andante Spianato and Grand Polonaise Brillante, Op 22Schubert
German Dances, D 790 Bach, transcr Busoni Nun Kommt der Heiden Heiland
Beethoven Sonata in E flat, Op 7 Producer Adam Gatehouse
PM Stephanie Hughes launches the new BBC
Wigmore Hall live Lunchtime Concert series with a recital from the brilliant young musicians of the Belcea Quartet, who team up with the young Castagneri Quartet from France and clarinettist Michael Collins.
Weber Clarinet Quintet in B flat
Mendelssohn String Octet in E flat
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole Conductor Jun'ichi Hirokami Lalo Symphonie
Espagnole Raphael Oleg (violin), conductor, Tadaaki Otaka Berlioz Symphonie i Fantastique Conductor David Atherton
Graeme Kay continues his series examining the portrayal of nationality in opera. Today he investigates China. Music includes excerpts from John Adams 's Nixon in China, Puccini's Turandot,
Stravinsky's The Nightingale and Judith Weir 's A Night at the Chinese Opera. Producer Kerry Chapman
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes Weill's Suite: The Threepenny Opera played by the London Sinfonietta, conductor
David Atherton , and Handel's Suite No 1 in A, HWV426, played by Keith Jarrett (piano)
Edinburgh International Festival 1999
Linda Ormiston introduces a concert given last month.
Christian Tetzlaff (violin), BBC Scottish SO, conductor Vladimir Jurowski Kurtag Stele
Berg Violin Concerto
Messiaen L 'Ascension
Beethoven Quintet in Eflat for piano and wind, Op 16 (R)
Richard Coles discusses the publication of a new biography of one of the century's iconic figures: Vaclav Havel, a Political Tragedy in Six Acts. Plus in the week of National Poetry Day, the first in a series of features on The Lost Voices of British Poetry, in which leading contemporary writers make a case for the poets they believe deserve a wider public. Tonight's choice comes from Geoffrey Hill.
Late-evening listening with Verity Sharp. This week's programmes begin with a journey from Perotin to Vietnam, including a host of minimalist classics.
Producer Antony Pitts
At Ronnie Scott 's
As part of the celebrations forthe 40th anniversary of Ronnie Scott 's club in London, Alyn Shipton presents music from the Soho club all this week. Tonight he introduces the first of two sets by singer Claire Martin and her band. The line-up includes Gareth Williams on keyboards and guitar, Arnie Somogyi on bass, Bosco De Oliviera on percussion plus the Live Wire String Quartet. Producer Terry Carter
With Jonathan Swain. 12.05am Glinka
Overture: Ruslan and Lyudmila 12.10 Aloys Fornerod Concerto for two violins and piano 12.25 Handel, arr
John Halvorsten Passacaglia in G minor 12.40 Beethoven Grosse Fuge in B flat, Op 133
1.00 Mozart String Quartet in C, K157
Schubert String Quartet in D minor, D810 (Death and the Maiden) 1.50 Schumann Traumerei (Kinderszenen) 1.55
Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish) 2.35 Dohnanyl Symphonic Waltz; Festival Waltz (Waltz Suite) 2.50 CPE Bach Flute Sonata in G. Wql33 (Hamburger Sonata)
3.00 -5.00 Schools
Music Box 3.15 Something to Think About
3.30 The SongTree 3.45 Stones and Rhymes
4.00 Find Out 4.15 Maths Challenge 2 4.30 Hopscotch 4.45 Scottish Resources 7-9
5.00 Albenlz Mallorca 5.05 Galuppi Organ Sonata
No 1 in B flat 5.15 Mozart Horn Concerto
Fragment in E flat, K3 70b 5.25 Bach Jauchzet Gott in Allen Landen , BWV51
5.45Couperin Douzième Concert a Deux Violes 5.50 Walton Three Pieces for Organ