With Edward Seckerson , including:
Kodaly Theatre Overture New York Philharmonic, conductor Kurt Masur
6.50 Lefebure-Wely Sortie in E flat David Sanger (organ)
7.00 Rameau Overture: Pygmalion Les
Talens Lyriques, directorChristophe Rousset
7.30 Haydn Symphony No 60 in C (II
Distratto) CBSO, conductor Simon Rattle
8.00 Bernstein What a Movie! (Trouble in Tahiti) Dawn Upshaw (soprano), Orchestra of St Luke's, conductor David Zinman
8.40 lbert Divertissement Paris
Conservatoire Orchestra/Jean Martinon Full details of Morning on 3's music is posted at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/factsheets a few days before transmission
With Andrew McGregor , who plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library Chris de Souza recommends a version of Haydn's String Quartet in C, Op 76 No 3 (Emperor).
10.35 Jeremy Sams reviews new releases of song, including Barbara Bonney 's album of Nordic songs Diamonds in the Snow, a recital disc from mezzo
Angelika Kirchschlager , Strauss songs from soprano Suze van Grootel and the first volume of Naxos's complete Schubert song edition.
11.00 An interview with conductor Sir
Charles Mackerras , who talks about his latest Brahms recordings and about his views on authentic performance.
11.30 Radio 3's Disc of the Week:
Ravel Piano Trio Florestan Trio
Producers Clive Portbury , Andrew Lyle and Susan Kenyon WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
DISC DETAILS: call the Radio 3 Information Line on [number removed] or consult CEEFAX, BBC1, page 651
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is the distinguished football commentator
Gerald Sinstadt , who began his career with the British Forces Broadcasting Service after the Second World War. In the course of a radio and TV broadcasting career which has lasted more than 50 years he has worked on almost every World Cup final since 1954. Music is his other great passion, and his choices today include operatic excerpts by Verdi, Lalo and Britten, songs by Mahler and Tchaikovsky, a Haydn symphony and a Beethoven string quartet. Executive Producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow at 6.30pm
Another chance to hear Monday's recital from the Wigmore Hall, London. Presented by Susan Sharpe. Borodin Quartet:
Ruben Aharonian and Andrei Abramenkov (violins), Igor Naidin (viola), Valentin Berlinsky (cello) Webern Langsamer Satz
Borodin String Quartet No 2 in D
Schubert Quartettsatz in C minor, D703 (R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Trevor Duncan March (Little Suite) New
London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp Andres Gaos Symphony No 2 (In the Mountains of Galicia) Galician Symphony Orchestra, conductor Victor Pablo Perez
Tchaikovsky Variations in A on a Rococo Theme Andre Navarra (cello), LSO, conductor Richard Austin
Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice, BBC Birmingham. B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com
Michael White introduces some highlights of the past week on Radio 3. Producer William Lloyd
With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer Felix Carey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests. BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House, London, W1A 4WW FAX: [number removed]
Ben Watson concludes his four-part survey of the Caribbean influence onjazz.
4: The New Generation. Today's programme considers the continuity of this influence within British Caribbeanjazz. Guests include Courtney Pine and Julian Joseph. Producer Chris Burton
The early music ensemble Fretwork perform a selection of music for viol consort by Byrd.
Live from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Charles Mackerras conducts tonight's performance of Gounod's five-act opera Romeo et Juliette based on Shakespeare's great love story. Unlike many operatic adaptations of Shakespeare, Gounod and his librettist stuck closely to the original story, and the opera was an immediate success at its premiere in 1867. Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conductor Charles Mackerras
Acts 1 and 2 8.15 Gounod's Shakespeare
David Charlton searches for the voices of Romeo and Juliet in 19th-century Paris.
8.40 Act 3
9.20 The Murdering Word
Professor Kieran Ryan explores the role of language in Shakespeare's tragedy and brings a fresh interpretation to familiar words.
9.40 Acts 4 and 5 Music: page 48
Duke of Verona:
Historian Theodore Zeldin , scientist Lord
Robert Winston and theologian Tom Wright join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.
Producer Anna Cox. Questions can be sent to:
The Brains Trust. BBC North, Manchester. M60 1SJ E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Francois Houle. A major player on the Vancouver new music scene, classically trained clarinettist Francois Houle was a relative latecomertojazz and free music. Influenced by players such as Evan Parker - with whom he studied - and Steve Lacy , he has since established himself as an extraordinary improviserand has performed solo recitals worldwide. He has also recorded and performed with pianist Marilyn Crispell and with his own larger ensembles. Tonight's concert, introduced by Jez Nelson , was given last summer in the Czech Republic and showcases the seemingly endless flow of ideas that make Houle a gripping performer in any context. Producer Steve Shepherd
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Haydn StringQuartet in D, Op 76 No 5 Dvorak String Quartet in F, Op 96 (American)
Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115
2.35 Strauss Burleske in D minor
2.55 Cesti Intorno all' Idol Mio (Orontea)
3.05 Locatelli Concerto in E flat, Op 7 No 6 (II Pianto d 'Manna)
3.20 Puccini Ballet Suites (Madama Butterly, Acts 1 and 2) 4.40 Puccini Nessun Dorma (Turandot)
4.45 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 inG,BWV1048
5.00 Haydn Piano Trio in F, HXV4
5.10 Brahms Five Choral Songs, Op 104
5.35 Gershwin An American in Paris; Overture: Girl Crazy