5.05 Grainger The Gum-Sucker's March
5.10 Haydn Piano Trio in F, HXV4
5.20 Weber Sonatina ; Romance; Menuet, Op 3 5.30 Trad Romanza for guitar
5.45 Bernstein On the Town
With Tommy Pearson.
6.10 Debussy Sonata MaarikaJarvi (flute), Paul Cotese (viola),
Marie-Pierre Langlamet (harp)
6.40 Britten Rejoice in the Lamb Carys Lane (soprano),
Richard Wyn-Roberts (countertenor), James Gilchrist (tenor),
Simon Preece (bass), Andrew Lumsden
(organ), Finzi Singers , director Paul Spicer
7.00 Bridge Vignettes de Marseille Kathryn Stott (piano)
7.45 lbert Escales
Los Angeles Philharmonic, conductor Andre Previn
8.00 Vivaldi Bassoon Concerto in F, RV485 Alberto Grazzi , English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
8.35 Salnt-Saens Piano Concerto No 2 in G minor Pascal Roge (piano), Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
5: NewPoland. Donald Macleod presents music from the last two decades of Szymanowski's life - exploring new paths in his newly independent Poland. Mazurka, Op 50 No 13
The Composer (piano) (1933) Slopiewnie
Teresa Krajewska (soprano), Warsaw Grand Theatre Orchestra, conductor Robert Satanowski
Children 's Rhymes (excerpts) Simon Woolf (treble), Steuart Bedford (piano)
Symphony No 4 (Symphonie Concertante) Howard Shelley (piano),
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, conductorVassily
Sinaisky Hymn to the Dawn (King Roger) Thomas Hampson (baritone)
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Ian McEwan 's latest novel is unfolding. It is set during the retreat to Dunkirk in 1940, in the mind and memory of one of the soldiers.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Rachmaninov Variations on a Theme of Corelli, Op 42 Mikhail Pletnev (piano)
10.26 Berg Aftenberg Lieder, Op 4 Juliane Banse (soprano), Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Claudio Abbado
10.39 Schubert String Quintet in C, D956 William Pleeth (cello), Amadeus Quartet
THE NEW CHINA
A week of programmes that contrast works by contemporary Chinese composers with music from the west inspired by China. The programmes feature performances by a younger generation of Chinese artists.
Today Christopher Cook takes a trip to the Chinese cinema.
5: Yellow Rivers and Lost Horizons
XianXinghai Yellow River Concerto
Yin Cheng-Zong (piano), Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Adrian Leaper
Julian Yu Scintillation II Members of the German Chamber
Philharmonic Dmitri Tiomkin Suite from "Lost Horizon" John Alldis Choir , National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Gerhardt Terry Riley In C Shanghai Film Orchestra, conductor Wang Yongji
Stirrers of the Storm
A concert given last week at the Djanogly Hall in Nottingham - another in the series evoking the spirit of Byron, Liszt and the early Romantics.
Lars Anders Tomter (viola), Piers Lane (piano)
Liszt Idée Fixe; Romance Oubliee Berlioz, arr Liszt Harold in Italy
BBC Symphony Orchestra
The ninth symphony was the last Mahler completed before his death at the age of 50. He worked on it at the same time as Das Lied von derErde and the unfinished tenth symphony.
Conductor Andrew Davis Weber Overture: Oberon Mahler Symphony No 9
See also Performance on 37. 30pm
Blue Peter's Simon Thomas with some favourite tracks to listen to after school.
Todaythe Thunder and Lightning polka and a couple of questions about the piano: just how difficult is it to move one? (Don't try it at home.) And are pianists really animals?
This week Julian Joseph focuses on the drummer Kenny Clarke - part of the bebop revolution of the 1940s along with Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk. In the 1950s Clarke worked with vibes player Milt Jackson before moving to France and setting up a big band with pianist and arranger Francy Boland.
Four new Jazz Legends CDs are now available
Sean Rafferty marks the 250th anniversary of the death of Giuseppe Sammartini , composertothe Prince of Wales. Music includes at 5.35 Schumann's
Arabeske in C, Op 18, at 6.00 Grieg's In Autumn, Op 11; and at 6.40 Dvorak's Scherzo Capriccioso, Op 66.
Former principal conductor Andrew Litton returns to conduct a concert that pairs a classical concerto with a realisation of Mahler's unfinished last symphony-an alternative to the familiar version by Deryck Cooke. A concert given earlierthis month in the Colston Hall, Bristol. Ju Hee Suh (piano),
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Litton
Haydn Piano Concerto in D, H XVIII 11 Mahler Symphony No 10 (in the performing version by Clinton A Carpenter)
Twenty-five years after the death of Franco, Paul Allen investigates the way his legacy is still felt in modern Spain. Plus
Robert Skidelsky on John Maynard Keynes , as the third volume of his monumental biography is published.
Verity Sharp presents a second programme of contemporary Chinese music, including works by Guo Wenjing and Tan Dun played by the Nieuw Ensemble at last year's Huddersfield Festival.
With Susan Sharpe.
Armas Maasalo Chanson damour, Op 1 No 3 Madetoja Symphonic Suite, Op 4
12.30 Ravel String Quartet
1.00 Ivan Zajc Nikola Subic Zrinjski (excerpts) 2.10 Joaquin Nin Seguida
Espanola 2.20 Albeniz Rapsodia Espanola
2.40 Jan van Gilse Nonet 3.15 Faute Rve Nocturnes 3.45 Sibelius Suite Champetre, Op 98b3.55 Poulenc Sept Chansons
4.15 Vivaldi Concerto da Camera in D, RV94 4.25 Gluck Dance of the Furies
(Orfeo ed Euridice) 4.30 Massenet Voila Done la Terrible Cite (Thais)
4.30 Schubert Variations in E minor, D802
4.45 Mozart Fantasy in C minor, K396
5.00 Gombert Motet: Tulerunt Dominum
Meum 5.10 Corelli Sonata in D minor, Op 5 No 12 (La Folia) 5.20 Weber Clarinet Concerto No 1 in F minor. Op 73
5.40 Ferdinand David Trombone
Concertino in E flat