With Penny Gore.
6.10 Schwenke Oboe Concerto in C
Lajos Lencses , Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Hans Zimmer
6.35 Schumann Waldszenen , Op 82 Maria Joao Pires (piano)
7.00 Haydn String Quartet in G, Op 76 No Tokyo Quartet
7.25 Weber Bute Sonata in G, Op 10 No 2 Emmanuel Pahud , Eric Lesage (piano)
8.15 Poulenc Concert Champêtre Pascal Roge (harpsichord), French National Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
8.50 Camargo Guamieri Dances for Orchestra Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, conductor Maximiano Valdes
This week Donald Macleod explores works by Ralph Vaughan Williams that were inspired by literature. 5: William Shakespeare
There was something Falstaffian about the composer's temperament, and his admiration forthe bard was demonstrated in many different musical forms. Overture: Henry V
London Brass Virtuosi, conductor David Honeyball
In Windsor Forest Helen Reid (soprano), Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, conductor Norman Del Mar
Three Shakespeare Songs
Finzi Singers, conductor Paul Spicer Serenade to Music Soloists, London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Roger Norrington
Juliet Stevenson , currently appearing as Corinne in the Royal Court production of The Country by Martin Crimp , describes how a role develops from first reading and beyond the first night into the actual run.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Tarrega Recuerdos de la Alhambra Andres Segovia
10.10 Beethoven Romance in F. Op 50 David Oistrakh (violin),
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
10.20 Handel Italian Cantata: Mi Palpita il Cor, HWV132 Gerard Lesne (alto), II Seminario Musicale
10.34 Castelnuovo-Tedesco Guitar Quintet, Op 143 Andres Segovia , Paganini Quartet
Chris de Souza introduces a concert from this year's festival, in which the Borodin Quartet play music by Shostakovich and Beethoven.
Shostakovich String Quartets: No 1, Op 49; No 8, Op 110
11.40 Interval Samuel West reads from
Nicholas Crane 's book Two Degrees West, which charts his eventful walk along England's meridian.
5: Chichester Park to Salisbury Plain (R)
12.00 Beethoven String Quartet in C, Op 59 No 3 (Rasumovsky)
Verity Sharp introduces another recital given last year in the Wigmore Hall, London, featuring one of Radio 3's New Generation artists. Francois-Frederic Guy (piano)
Liszt Funérailles (Harmonies POétiques et Religieuses)
Beethoven Piano Sonata in C minor, Op 10No 1
Schoenberg Drei Klavierstucke , Op 11
Wagner, arr Kocsis Prelude (Tristan und Isolde) Wagner, arr Liszt Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde) (R)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Debussy, arr Sachs Prelude a I 'Apres-Midi d'unFaune Conductor OsmoVanska
Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A, K622
Yann Ghiro , conductor JerzyMaksymiuk Schoenberg Verklarte Nacht Director Elizabeth Layton
Sibelius Nightride and Sunrise, Op 55 Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Schumann Symphony No 4 in D minor Conductor Justin Brown
Gerry Mulligan. Gerry Mulligan 's baritone saxophone has made him one of the most distinctive voices in jazz. Julian Joseph looks back on his career and selects highlights from a performance given by Mulligan's Concert Big Band in 1988 at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow. Producer Felix Carey
Sean Rafferty talks to Peter Maxwell Davies about his love affairwith Orkney, just hours before the first of his three new works receives its first performances at the St Magnus Festival. Music includes at 5.35
Oswald's Sonata on Scots Tunes played by John Toll (harpsichord), Ingrid Siefert (violin), Richard Gwilt (violin) and Charles Medlam (cello); at 5.50 Tchaikovsky's Marche Slave, Op 31 performed by the Russian National Orchestra conducted by Mikhail Pletnev ; and at 6.35 Brahms's Violin
Sonata No 2 in A, Op 100, played by Maxim Vengerov and Alexander Markovich (piano).
HuwTregelles Williams introduces a concert from St David 's Hall in Cardiff. Anne Queffelec (piano),
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491
8.00 Twenty Minutes: To Feed the Night Andrew Wincott concludes his reading from Phillip Hensher 's tale set in the dangerous world of house-moving.
8.20 Mahler Symphony No 5
Paul Allen chairs a discussion on the culture of British seaside resorts from the De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill-on-Sea. Do we undervalue our seaside heritage? And how can this great summer tradition be revived to suit contemporary tastes?
Sarah Walker presents a portrait edition of Irish composer Gerald Barry and introduces a selection of his works. Five Chorales (The Intelligence Park)
Noriko Kawai and Pavel Nersessian (pianos) 1998 (first performance) The Composer (piano)
Piano Concerto Norika Kawai , Ulster Orchestra, conductor Thierry Fischer
The Eternal Recurrance (BBC commission, first performance) The Composer (piano), Mary Hegarty (soprano). Ulster Orchestra, conductor Thierry Fischer
The Conquest of Ireland Stephen
Richardson (baritone), BBCSO, conductor Matthias Bamert Producer Philip Tagney
With Jonathan Swain. Arensky Suite No3?
Op 33 (Variations) 12.35 Mozart
Symphony No 29 in A, K201 1.00 Massenet Therese Croatian National Opera/Patrick Fournillier 2.15Spohr Nonet in F, Op 31
2.45 Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor3.20 Robert Hughes Essay II 3.30 Haydn Symphony No 90 in C 3.50 Debussy Hommage a Haydn; D 'un Cahier d'Esquisses; La Plus que Lente 4.05
Saint-Saens Carnival of the Animals 4.25 Bach Fugue (Violin Sonata No 3 in C.
BWV1005) 4.40Tippett Five Spirituals (A Child of Our Time) 4.50 Kuula Sorrow, Op 22 No 2 5.05 Mozart Overture: Idomeneo
5.10 Bartok Rhapsody No 1 5.25 Weber Grand Duo Concertant 5.45Wassenaer
Concerto No 4 in G (Concerti Armonici)