With Tommy Pearson.
Strauss Serenade in E flat, Op 7
London Winds, director Michael Collins
6.35 Arriaga String Quartet No 2 in A Guarneri Quartet
7.00 Handel Harp Concerto in B flat, Op 4 No 6 Frances Kelly , Brandenburg Consort , director Roy Goodman (harpsichord)
7.40 Carl Stamitz Symphony in D (La Chasse) London Mozart Players, conductor Matthias Bamert
8.05 Bach French Suite No 5 in G, BWV816 Andras Schiff (piano)
8.35 Bax November Woods
Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
(1842-1900). Arthur Sullivan lived and worked for most of his life in London, and died there 100 years ago this week.
Donald Macleod visits five locations in and around London to explore the full range of Sullivan's music.
1: Crystal Palace, Sydenham Hill
The scene of Sullivan's early triumphs in the 1860s. The British premiere of his incidental music to The Tempest launched a long-lasting musical involvement with Shakespeare.
The Tempest: Introduction
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Vivian Dunn
Where the Bee Sucks
Irene Sandford (soprano), Ulster
Orchestra, conductor John Lubbock Twilight Clifford Benson (piano) Symphony in E (Irish)
RLPO, conductor Charles Groves Te Deum (excerpts)
London Choral Society, BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
Poet Carol Ann Duffy talks about her work on a book of poems for children - her attitude to how she writes and how she chooses her subjects. Producer Anne Bristow
With Stephanie Hughes. This week featuring Couperin chamber music and recordings by Roger Desormiere.
Lully Overture: Alceste
Ensemble conducted by Roger Desormiere
10.10 Godowsky Sarabande (after Lully); Tambourin (after Rameau)
Konstantin Shcherbakov (piano)
10.20 Scarlatti/Tommasini The Good-Humoured Ladies Paris Conservatoire
Concerts Society Orchestra, conductor Roger Desormiere
10.36 Couperin L 'Apotheose de V Incomparable M. de Lulli English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
11.10 Milhaud Suite Provençale French National Orchestra, conductor Roger Desormiere
Bath MozartFest 2000
The first of five programmes in which Lynne Walker introduces performances from the great Georgian city's annual celebration. Mozart Serenade in Eflat, K375 London Winds
Bach Cello Suite No 1 in G, BWV1007 Steven Isserlis
Hummel Military Septet in C, Op 114 Nash Ensemble
Stephanie Hughes introduces a concert from London's Wigmore Hall.
Angelika Kirchschiager (mezzo), Julius Drake (piano)
Falla Siete Canciones Populares Espanolas
Brahms Six Songs (Deutsche Volkslieder) Wolf Eight Songs (Italienisches Liederbuch) Rossini La Regata Veneziana Repeated Saturday 1pm
This weekfeaturing Mozart piano concertos. BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Mozart Overture; Ballet Music (Idomeneo) Conductor Grant Llewellyn
Mozart Piano Concerto No 9 in E flat, K2 71 Howard Shelley , conductor Grant Llewellyn Handel Suite No 2 in D (Water Music) Conductor Nicholas Kraemer
Mozart Serenade In D, K239 (Serenata Notturna) Conductor Nicholas Kraemer Haydn Symphony No 92 in G (Oxford) Conductor Nicholas Kraemer
Blue Peter's Simon Thomas and Matt Baker are backtogether this week with some great tracks for younger listeners. Today, music for flying saucers! And some music which portrays the power of fire by composer Takashi Yoshimatsu , plus another favourite track from a cartoon classic.
Michael White celebrates the legacy of one of the 20th century's greatest sopranos,
Maria Callas , including her performances as Norma, Carmen and Lucia di Lammermoor.
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at
5.00 Haydn's Piano Sonata in D, HXVI 16, played by Glenn Gould ; at 5.30 Handel's
Concerto Grosso in F, Op 3 No 4, performed by the English Baroque Soloists under
John Eliot Gardiner ; and at 6.30 Busoni's Two Studies for "Doktor Faust" piayed by the RPO conducted by Daniell Revenaugh.
Euridice Gluck strips the story of Orpheus rescuing his wife Eurydice from Hades to its bare essentials, telling the story with three characters andachorusofshepherdsand furies. Lucie Skeaping presents a concert performance sung in Italian, given last week at the Barbican Hall.
RIAS Kammerchor, Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, conductor Rene Jacobs Gluck Orfeo ed Euridice
Acts land 2
8.20 Twenty Minutes: Heaven-Taught Fergusson
In the first of five programmes this week, Robert Crawford explores the poetry and legacy of the Robert Fergusson on the 250th anniversary of his death. 1: With poet Kathleen Jamie , he looks at Fergusson's relationship with Robert Burns.
8.40 Act 3
Patrick Wright investigates the relationship' between classic films and post-war architecture, as a new book reassesses the design of London, New York and Paris through such films as MaryPoppins and Rosemary's Baby.
Fiona Talkington plays Keith Jarrett old and new. Plus, throughout the week, a touch of Baltic organ music.
With Susan Sharpe. Delibes Bell Song
(Lakme) 12.10 Poulenc Ballet: Les Biches
12.50 Liszt Legende No 1: St Francois d 'Assise Prechant aux Oiseaux
1.00 Schubert String Quartet in G, D88 7 Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34
2.40 Nielsen Flute Concerto
3.00 Something to Think About 3.15
Playtime 3.30 Music Box 3.45 Let's Move!
4.05 Alphabet Time 4.25 Let's Make a Story 4.40 Let's Sing!