Nocturne in F minor, Op 55 No 1
5.05 Stamitz Clarinet Concerto No 10 in B Flat
5.20 Chambonnieres Pavane L 'Entretien des Dieux 5.30 Schiitz Was Betrubst du Dich Meine Seele (Symphonia Sacrae)
5.40 Beethoven Grosse Fuge , Op 133
With Penny Gore.
Susan Milan (flute), Ian Brown (piano)
6.35 Schubert Fantasia in F minor, D940
Yaara Tal and Andreas Groethuysen (piano)
7.00 Mozart Overture: DieZauberflote
Zurich Opera Orchestra, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
7.45Sammartini Sinfonia in G
Ensemble 415, director Chiara Banchini
8.00 Antheil Archipelago
Frankfurt RSO, conductor Hugh Wolff
8.45 Nielsen Pan and Syrinx
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
4: Savoy Theatre. Backstage at the Savoy, Donald Macleod walks down the same stairs that Sullivan trod in the theatre which was to stage his greatest triumphs. Opening in October 1881, the Savoy Theatre was built by the impresario
Richard D'Oyly Carte especiallyforthe famous operatic partnership he'd brought together-Gilbert and Sullivan. Today's programme features highlights from Patience, lolanthe, Princess Ida,
Ruddigore, The Yeomen of the Guard and The Mikado, their greatest hit, which ran for 672 nights, vindicating Sullivan's somewhat unusual composing regime:
"Worked all night at Finale Act 1, finished at 5am - 63 pages of the score at one sitting!" Plus highlights from Sullivan's incidental music for The Merry Wives of Windsor and a rather surprising collaboration with Gilbert: the sacred musical drama The Martyr of Antioch.
Poet Carol Ann Duffy talks about her latest project, a book of poems for children.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Bizet L 'Arlesienne: Suite No 1
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Roger Desormiere
10.23 Couperin Les Nations: L'lmperiale
Hesperion XX, director JordiSavall (bass viol)
10.55 Beethoven Variations on "Rule, Britannia", WoO79
11.01 Debussy Nuages; Fetes (Nocturnes) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Roger Desormiere
11.15 Dvorak Quartet movement in F Chilingirian Quartet
Bath MozartFest 2000
Lynne Walker introduces performances from this year's festival.
Mozart, arrWendt Cosi Fan Tutte (excerpts) London Winds
Schumann Liederkreis , Op 39 Barbara Bonney (soprano), Malcolm Martineau (piano)
Schubert String Quartet in G, D88 7 Mosaiques Quartet
Susan Sharpe introduces another instalment of lain Burnside's Century Song project from this year's Bath International Music Festival. Today's concert - The
Duchess, the Monk and the Aeroplane - features songs from 1940 to 1959, performed by Susan Roberts ,
Katija Dragojevic , Adrian Thompson and Roderick Williams. (R)
BBC National Orchestra of Wales Haydn Symphony No 4 in D
Conductor Mark Wigglesworth
Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491 Anne Queffelec , conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World)
Conductor Nicolae Moldoveanu
Blue Peter's Simon Thomas and Matt Baker play favourite tracks to listen to after school, including some music from Papua New Guinea and some vultures singing a barbershop quartet.
A Chest of Viols
The Viol Consort was a particularly important force in the history of western music from around 1500 to 1700. With the help of members of Fretwork, Lucie Skeaping explores some of the wide repertoire composed for these instruments and also finds out about the make-up of the ensemble itself. Music, some of it specially recorded by Fretwork for the programme, includes works by Purcell, Dowland and Lawes. Producer Christina Pritchard
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes after
5.00 Grandjany's Fantasy on a Theme by Haydn, Op 31, played by Isabelle Moretti (harp); at around 5.40 Stamitz's Clarinet Concerto in Eflat performed by Kalman Berkes with the Nicolaus Esterhazy
Sinfonia; and at around 6.40 Schumann's Marchenbilder, Op 113, played by Lars Anders Tomter (viola) and Leif Ove Andsnes (piano).
The Musicians' Benevolent Fund Royal Concert
Louise Fryer introduces this annual event, given this year in London's Barbican Hall by the London Symphony Orchestra under one of the rising conducting stars of the day-Antonio Pappano.
Sarah Chang (violin), London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Antonio Pappano Walton Overture: Scapino
Bruch Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor
8.10 Twenty Minutes: Heaven-Taught Fergusson
4: Though he wrote well in English, Robert Fergusson is principally a poet of the Scots vernacular. Robert Crawford discusses the language of Robert Fergusson 's poetry with Gaelic poet Meg Bateman and John Burnside , a Scottish poet who writes almost exclusively in English. With readings of newly commissioned poems, Do Raibeart Mac Fhearghais by Meg Bateman and Caller Water by John Burnside.
8.30 Sibelius Symphony No 2
Patrick Wright considers the legacy of Marshall McLuhan. Heralded in the 1960s as being as important a thinker as Newton, Einstein and Darwin, his reputation suffered after his death only to be resurrected bythe advent of the internet.
Fiona Talkington unwinds to the music of Sainte Colombe , James MacMillan and Knut Reiersrud.
With Susan Sharpe.
Mozart Flute Concerto in D, K314
12.30 Madetoja Kullervo , Op 15
12.45 Kainz Harpsichord Concerto in C
1.00 Mozart Overture: La Clemenza di Tito Schubert Symphony No 9 in C (Great)
2.00 Strauss Burleske for piano and orchestra 2.25 John Adams Harmonium
3.00 Stories and Rhymes
3.15 Numbertime 3.30 Words Alive!
3.45 Listen and Write 4.05 Megamaths
4.20 Maths Challenge 4.35 Maths Challenge 4.50 Fiream-Faram