Air, Op 16 No 1
5.10 Tchaikovsky Suite: The Sleeping Beauty 5.30 Mozart Piano Sonata in C,
K545 5.40 Hellendaal Cello Sonata VI, Op 5
5.50 Michael Hurst Swagman 's Promenade
Berwaid Quartet in E flat for piano and wind Gaudier Ensemble
6.45 Howells Pastoral Rhapsody LSO, conductor Richard Hickox
7.00 Jongen Concert a Cinq The Atlantic Sinfonietta 7.40 Beethoven Piano Sonata in C minor,
Op 10 No 1 Stephen Kovacevich
8.00 Monti Csardas
Christian Lindberg (trombone), Roland Pontinen (piano)
8.40 Rimsky-Korsakov Russian Easter Overture Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Dmitri Kitajenko
With Donald Macleod.
Mercury, the Winged Messenger (The Planets) BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Malcolm Sargent
Tears, Idle Tears; The Splendour Falls (The Princess) BBC Singers, conductor James Morgan St Paul 's Suite
RPO, conductor Vernon Handley Nocturne; Jig
Anthony Goldstone (piano)
The Golden Goose Guildford Choral
Society, Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Hilary Davan Wetton (R)
Novelist Beryl Bainbridge continues work on her book about Dr Johnson, trying to bring the past to life in her distinctive way, inspired by the oddness of the present.
With Jonathan Swain.
Gorecki Three Pieces in Old Style Polish
National RSO, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
10.16 Telemann Concerto Grosso in G
(Polish) English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
10.24 Szymanowksl Violin Concerto No 1 Konstanty Kulka , Polish National RSO, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
10.51 Chopin Nocturne in C minor, Op 48 No Nelson Goerner (piano)
10.56 Berlioz Les Nuits d'EtG Suzanne Danco (soprano),
Cincinnati SO, conductorThor Johnson
Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2000
Chris de Souza continues his selection of highlights from this year's Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K330 Leon McCawley
Handel Three German
Arias Lorna Anderson (soprano), Academy of Ancient Music Chamber Ensemble, director Andrew Manze
MacMillan 14 Little Pictures
Gould Piano Trio
Sheppard In Manus Tuas III
The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers Bach Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor,
BWV1067 Rachel Brown (flute), Academy of Ancient Music Chamber Ensemble, director Andrew Manze (violin)
A recital given last year at the BT Studio in Belfast's Waterfront Hall.
Britten Three Divertimentos
Mozart String Quartet in E flat, K428 Moeran String Quartet in Eflatm
Harty With the Wild Geese Conductor Thierry Fischer Britten Les Illuminations Rita Cullis (soprano), conductor Kenneth Montgomery
Britten Symphony for cello and orchestra, Op 68 Louise Hopkins , conductor Nicholas Braithwaite
William Wordsworth SymphonyNo3 , Op48 Conductor Nicholas Braithwaite
My Kind of Song- HK Gruber
lain Burnside talks to Viennese chansonnier H K Gruber about his mission to "de-Puccini-ise" singers and to encourage the communication of text over pure bel canto. He chooses performances by some of his favourite singers, including
Lotte Lenya, Ernst Busch, Sena Jurinac , Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Heinrich Schlusnus.
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at 5.00 Milhaud's Suite: Scaramouche played by pianists Liubov Bruk and Mark Taimanov ; at 6.00 Schubert's Ave Maria performed by Kyung-Wha Chung (violin) and Itamar Golan (piano); and at 6.30 Gluck's Ballet: Semiramis played bythe ensemble Tafelmusik directed by Bruno Weil.
The Damnation of Faust
Live from the Barbican Hall, London. Colin Davis and the London Symphony
Orchestra continue their acclaimed Berlioz Odyssey series. In Berlioz's dramatic cantata based on Goethe's epic poem, Faust places his soul in the hands of Mephistopheles in orderto save his lover Marguerite, and is sent on a white-knuckle descent into hell, while Marguerite is transported by angels to heaven. With stunning set-pieces-including the popular Hungarian March and the enchanted Ballet of the Sylphs- Berlioz conjures up his most virtuosic and vividly colourful writing for orchestra.
Enkelejda Skhosa (mezzo), Giuseppe Sabbatini (tenor), Michele Pertusi (baritone), Stephen Milling (bass),
London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
Berlioz The Damnation of Faust
8.00 Twenty Minutes: Christopher Ricks The literary critic and editor presents the first of three talks on matters close to his heart. 1: The Suppressed Words in Housman 's Poems
8.20 Part 2
With branding as important nowto art galleries and theatres as it is to the makers of cars and breakfast cereals, Richard Coles and guests discuss the power of brands and their mark on modern culture.
And poet Glyn Maxwell reads from his latest collection The Boys at Twilight.
Robert Sandall introduces music from the Penguin Cafe Orchestra and singer
Sainkho Namchylak , the atmospheric mutantrumpet of Ben Neill and Arvo
Part's Summa(1978) performed by the Hilliard Ensemble.
With Jonathan Swain.
Attrib Rameau Concert No 3 in A 12.20 Telemann Cantata: Alles RedetJetztund Singet 12.50 Gesualdo, arr
Maxwell Davies Motets: Peccantem Me Quotidiae; 0 Vos Omnes 1.00 A concert of vocal and instrumental music by 16th-century composers. Music includes works by Lassus, Banchieri, Azzalolo, Glovan Domenico da Nola, Giovanni Nasco and Vincenzo Ruffo. 2.15 Hellendaal Cello Sonata, Op 5 No 5 2.30 Crusell Sinfonia Concertante in B flat. Op 3
3.00 Time to Move 3.20 Sgeul an Orain
3.35 Hopscotch 3.50 Hop, Skip and Jump
4.05 Scottish Resources 7-9 4.20 Talking Points: Scottish Resources for RE
4.40 Time and Tune