With Penny Gore.
6.25 Ravel Don Quichotte a Dulcinée Stephen Roberts (baritone), Ulster Orchestra, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
6.35 Rachmaninov Suite No 2, Op 17 Martha Argerich and Alexandre Rabinovitch (pianos)
7.10 Myslivecek Octet No 3 in B flat Sabine MeyerWind Ensemble
7.35 Grieg Holberg Suite
Berlin PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan
8.00 Rimsky-Korsakov, arr Lindberg
Trombone Concerto Christian Lindberg ,
Tapiola Sinfonietta, conductorOsmo Vanska
8.40 Handel Suite in D; Suite in G (Water Music) The King's Consort, conductor Robert King
The compositions of Shostakovich's last years are among his most profound and undermine the suggestion that
Shostakovich was a composerwho wrote facile music under pressure from propagandist politicians. Today Donald Macleod explores the last years of the composer's life and condsiders some of these powerful musical statements. Symphony No 15 (1st mvt)
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Maxim Shostakovich
String Quartet No 12, Op 133 (1st mvt) Fitzwilliam Quartet
Viola Sonata, Op 14 7 Feyedor Druzhinin, Mikhail Muntian (piano)
Quentin Blake , the Children's Laureate, tells how his latest designs for story-book characters are taki ng shape.
With Jonathan Swain.
Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins, BWV1060 Rachel Podger , Academy of Ancient Music, director Andrew Manze (violin)
10.18 Mendelssohn Kinderstiicke , Op 72 Daniel Barenboim (piano)
10.28 Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras
No 8 Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jesus Lopez-Cobos
10.55 Franck Psyche
Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Eduard van Beinum
11.17 Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras
No 9 French National Radio Orchestra, conducted bythe Composer
West Cork Chamber Music Festival
Sean Rafferty introduces the last of this week's programmes of music from last month's festival and talks to
Richard Watkins , Joanna MacGregor and the director of the Irish Arts Council, Patricia Quinn. JC Bach Quintet in D, Op 22 No 1 Limoges Baroque Ensemble
Ades Sonata da Caccia, Op 11 Christian Moreaux (oboe), Richard Watkins (horn),
David Adams (harpsichord)
Dvorak String Sextet in A, Op 48
Panocha Quartet, Simon Aspell (viola), Christopher Marwood (cello)
Judith Shatln 1492 Joanna MacGregor
(piano), Hans-Kristian Sorensen (percussion)
A recital given in January at Belfast's
Elmwood Hall by Angela Hewitt (piano). Bach Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV903; Preludes and Fugues Nos 9-12 (The Well-Tempered Clavier,
Book 2); Concerto in Fin the Italian Style, BWV9 71 (R)
Another chance to hear Monday's Prom. Kim Criswell , Lori Ann Fuller and Orla Boylan (sopranos), Daniel Norman (tenor), Graham Bickley and Mark Richardson (basses), the Geoffrey Mitchell Choir,
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth
Gershwin An American in Paris
Sondheim Songs from the Shows - a 70th Birthday Tribute
Weill, arr Lys Symonette/Kim Kowalke Suite: Street Scenes (R)
In the second of four programmes inviting British musicians to explore the BBC jazz archives Alyn Shipton talks to innovative vocalist Cleveland Watkiss, whose selections include recordings of Betty Carter , Norma Winstone , Art Blakey and Duke Ellington. Producer Felix Carey
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at 5.00 Poulenc's Capriccio for two pianos (Le Bal Masquer played by Pascal Roge and Jean-Philippe Collard ; at 6.00 Vivaldi's
Concerto in B flat, RV362 (La Caccia), played by II Giardino Armonico under Giovanni Antonini ; and at 6.40 Saint-
Saens's Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor performed by Steven Isserlis with the LSO under Michael Tilson Thomas.
From the Royal Albert Hall , London. This week's Russian theme continues with Tchaikovsky's final symphony, one of the most concentrated expressions of despair in the orchestral repertoire. Its passion is matched by Sibelius's Nordic drama, and there is a Proms anniversary celebration of the 75th birthday of maverick composer Luciano Berio with the UK premiere of his new trombone concerto.
Christian Lindberg (trombone),
BBCSO, conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste Sibelius En Saga
Berlo SOLO (first UK performance)
8.20 Twenty Minutes: The South
Nine talks in which writers immerse themselves in the idea of the south.
5: Writer and curator Amanda Hopkinson explores the vitality and historical significance of photography in Latin American culture and reflects on the debate currently raging in the British press over whether or not Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado is exploiting the southern hemisphere.
8.40 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
Repeated Thursday 17 August 2pm
Music from the Court of Ferrara written for private performance known as musica secreta.
Verity Sharp takes a second look at Hoxton New Music Days 2000. The Composers Ensemble plays new works by Alison Kay and Richard Baker , and soprano Sarah Leonard talks about the challenge of performing Kurtag's SK Remembrance
Noise. And Oscar Bettison re-creates the spirit of Italian futurist Luigi Russolo in his After Russolo, scored for glass bottles, ocarinas and flowerpots. Producer Peter Thresh
With Jill Anderson.
Mozart Overture: The Marriage of Figaro
12.10 Durufle Quatre Motets surdes Thèmes Grégoriens, Op 10
12.25 Schubert Incidental Music:
Rosamunde 1.00 A complete performance of Paisiello's four-act opera // Barbiere di Siviglia 2.55 Wilms Sonata in C, Op 31
3.20 Mozart Symphony No 38 in D
(Prague) 3.55 Schubert 11 Landler, D366
4.10 Villa-Lobos Preludes Nos 1-3
4.20 Federico Chueca ElAno Pasado por Agua (excerpts) 4.35 Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia 4.50 Henry Eccles Sonata for double bass, continuo and strings
5.00 Hans Gal Serenade for Strings, Op 46
5.15 Corelli Sonata in D minor, Op 5 No 12 (La Folia) 5.35Geminlani Concerto Grosso No 12 in D minor (Follia)
5.45 Barber Adagio for Strings