With Martin Handley.
Anon, arr R King Sonata from "Die
Bankelsangerlieder" Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, director Philip Jones
6.40 Brahms Three Intermezzos, Op 11 7 Dmitri Alexeev (piano)
7.05 Handel Oh Ruddier than the Cherry (Acis and Galatea) Alan Ewing (bass), Les Arts Florissants, conductor William Christie
7.40 Strauss Horn Concerto No 1 in E flat
Marie Luise Neunecker , BambergSO, conductor Ingo Metzmacher
8.05 Stravinsky Suite Italienne
Lydia Mordkovitch (violin), Julian Mitford (piano)
8.25 Nicolai Overture: The Merry Wives of Windsor Academy of St Martin in the Reids, conductor Neville Marriner
With Donald Macleod.
Valse Fantaisie ; Jota Aragonesa USSR Symphony Orchestra, conductor Yevgeni Svetlanov
Variations on a Scottish Theme and Barcarolle (A Greeting to My Native Land) Victor Ryabchikov (piano)
Kamarinskaya Detroit Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi Margarita's Song Lina Mkyrtchyan (contralto), Yevgeni Talisman (piano)
Recollection of a Summer Night in Madrid USSR Symphony Orchestra/Svetlanov
Lavinia Greenlaw. The last of this week's five programmes in which the writer Lavinia Greenlawtalks about turning life in an Essex village into her first novel.
With Peter Hobday.
Bach Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor, BWV1067 Marcel Moyse (flute), Busch Chamber Players, director Adolf Busch
10.27 Dvorak Violin Sonatina in G, Op 100 Gil Shaham , Orli Shaham (piano)
10.46 Shostakovich Symphony No 15 Moscow Philharmonic, conductor Kirill Kondrashin
Rlsor Festival of Chamber Music
This week's series of five concerts by performers from Norway's Risor Festival on tour at London's Wigmore Hall concludes with a programme of 19th-century chamber music, with a Norwegian work at the centre. Today's featured musicians include both of Risor's artistic directors - pianist LeifOve Andsnes and viola player Lars Anders Tomter - plus Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto and Britain's standard bearer at the festival, mezzo Catherine Wyn-Rogers .
Schumann Adagio and Allegro in A flat for horn and piano, Op 70
Brahms Four Songs: Aufdem Kirchhofe ,
Op 105 No 4; Spanisches Lied, Op 6 no 1; Nicht Mehrzu Dirzu Gehen, Op 32 No 2; Von Ewiger Liebe , Op 43 No 1
Bjame Brustad Capricci for violin and viola Brahms Two Songs for alto, viola and piano, Op 91
Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 44
From the Djanogly Hall, Nottingham. The fourth of five concerts exploring the early music of Beethoven and his contemporaries. Katharine Gowers (violin), Adrian Brendel (cello), Paul Lewis (piano)
Haydn Piano Trio in G minor, H XV 19
Beethoven Piano Trio in C minor, Op 1 No 3
BBC National Orchestra of Wales Martinu Symphony No 2 Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Grieg PeerGynt: Suite No 1 conductor David Atherton
Bartok Violin Concerto No 2
Gyorgy Pauk , conductor David Atherton Haydn Symphony No 103 in Eflat(Drum Roll) Conductor Harry Christophers
Lucie Skeaping introduces a studio recital by the French harpsichordist Pierre HantaT , who plays a copy of a rare early Italian instrument in music by Frescobaldi, Byrd and others.
Producer Lindsay Kemp
Sean Rafferty presents guests, arts news and music, including at 5.35 Weber's Clarinet Concertino in E flat; at 6.00
Schubert's Moment Musical in C sharp minor, D780 No 4; and at 6.40 Elgar's Overture: In the South (Alassio).
A concert given last night at London's
Barbican Centre by the Russian National Orchestra under Mikhail Pletnev.
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
8.20 Twenty Minutes: Domes of Discovery A series in which Jonathan Glancey , architecture and design editor of The
Guardian, explores the beauty and potency of domes. 3: The Well-Tempered Dome The story of how Sir Christopher Wren came to build his serene dome at St Paul's
Cathedral - and what happened after Peter the Great visited it.
8.40 Wagner Prelude and Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde)
Scriabin Poem of Ecstasy
As the international Human Genome
Project approaches completion ahead of schedule, Paul Allen explores how increased understanding of human biology may affect notions of identity and society. He talks to scientists and philosophers about the mass of ethical questions such knowledge will raise and asks whether we are prepared for what many think will prove a watershed in human history.
Sarah Walker introduces the last of two programmes featuring the theatrical, absurdist music of Mauricio Kagel.
Tonight's concert was recorded earlier this evening in the BBC's Maida Vale Studios and features orchestral and chamber music from the 1990s, with the composer himself performing.
The Composer (narrator), Nicholas Hodges (piano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Oliver Knussen
Mauricio Kagel Passe Compose Interview avecD
Etudes for large orchestra
With Susan Sharpe.
12.05am Bernstein Overture: Candide
12.10 Glazunov Saxophone Concerto in E flat, Op 109
12.20 Mendelssohn Cello Sonata No 1 in B flat, Op 45
12.45 Mozart Symphony No 16 in C
1.00 A complete performance of Bellini's two-act opera La Sonnambula
Vojtech Schre Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bratislava, conductor Ondrej Lenard
3.10 Hellendaal Concerto Grosso in D, Op3No5
3.35 Haydn Trumpet Concerto in E flat
3.50 Melartln Cricket's Wedding Chirp
3.55 Merikanto Fantasia
4.10 Debussy Children's Corner
4.25 Stravinsky Suite: The Firebird
500 Wassenaer Concerto Armonico No 5 in B flat for four violins, viola and continuo
5.10 Tobias Motet: Vivit
5.20 Berlioz Overture: Beatrice and Benedict
5.30 Tchaikovsky Francesca da Rimini