With Edward Seckerson.
Hoist A Song of the Night Lorraine McAslan (violin),
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor David Atherton
6.30 Bach Concerto in D minor for three harpsichords, BWV1063 Amsterdam Melante, director Bob van Asperen
7.00 Albinonl Sonata da Chiesa in D minor, Op4No5
7.40 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Wo039 Borodin Trio
8.00 Bax Overture to a Picaresque Comedy London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Bryden Thomson
Handel Overture: Alcina
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Karl Richter
9.10 Levitzki The Enchanted Nymph Stephen Hough (piano)
9.15 Mozart Laudate Dominum (Solemn Vespers)
Emma Kirkby (soprano), Academy of Ancient Music, conductor Christopher Hogwood
9.20 Larsson Pastoral Suite
Stockholm Sinfonietta, conductor Jan-OlavWedin
9.30 Gossec Symphonie Militaire John Wallace (trumpet), the Wallace Collection
9.35 Khachaturian Suite: Masquerade Armenian Philharmonic, conductor Loris Tjeknavorian
10.00 Tartlni, arr Kreisler Sonata Op 1 No 4 (The Devil's Trill)
Riccardo Castagnone (piano)
10.15 Liszt Mephisto Waltz No 2
Berlin PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan
10.30 Gluck Orphee et Eurydice (excerpt) Barbara Hendricks (soprano), Monteverdi Choir, Lyon Opera Orchestra, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
10.40 Dohnanyl Waltzes Anthony
Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow (pianos)
10.50 Bach, arr Schoenberg Prelude and Fugue in E flat, BWV552 (St Anne) Los Angeles Philharmonic conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
11.00 Salnt-Saens Tarantelle
William Bennett (flute), James Campbell (clarinet), Clifford Benson (piano)
11.10 Dittersdorf Double Bass Concerto in E Chi-Chi Nwanoku (double bass), Swedish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Paul Goodwin
11.30 Mozart DerHolle Rache (Die Zauberflote)
Rita Streich (soprano), RIAS Symphony Berlin, conductor Ferenc Fricsay
11.35 Ives Variations on "America"
Andrew Davis (organ)
11.45 Leo Weiner Hungarian Folk Dance Suite Phiiharmonia Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
Ivan Hewett investigates the difference between City of Birmingham Touring Opera and Birmingham Opera Company, and talks to composer Ned Rorem about the UK premieres of three of his operas.
Susan Sharpe introduces a recital of duets and solo song given yesterday at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Christiane Oelze (soprano),
Wolfgang Holzmair (baritone), Roger Vignoles (piano) Schumann Herbstlied , Op 89 No 3;
Familiengemalde, Op 34 No 3; Iche Denke Dein, Op 78 No 3; Schone Blumelein , Op 43 No 3; Myrthen, Op 25; Ich Bin Dein
Baum, 0 Gartner, Op 101 No 3; Schon 1st das Fest des Lenzes, Op 3 7 No 7;
Wiegenlied eines Kranken Kindes, Op 78 No 4; Tanzlied, Op 78 No 1
David and Igor Oistrakh
David Huckvale explores the legacy of this famous father and son through recordings from the BBC archives. Music includes Ysaye's Amitié and Shostakovitch's Violin Concerto No 1.
David Fanning explores Schubert's
Symphony No 5 in B flat, with musical examples played by the BBC Philharmonic. Producer Gautam Rangarajan. See also Thursday 7.30pm
Michael Olivertalks to
David Pountney about the challenges involved in staging Verdi's early masterpiece Nabucco, first produced at La Scala, Milan, in 1842 and currently enjoying a revival at English
National Opera. Set among the decadent splendours of ancient Babylon, its famous Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves became a powerful symbol of Italian nationalist feeling in the mid-19th century.
Ajourney through the literatures of Europe. 9: Italy. Julian Evans arrives in Italy. But ratherthan looking in Florence, Venice,
Milan or Rome for an iconic figure in Italy's narrative tradition, his search leads him to the border city of Trieste, once the home of Italo Svevo. And from conversations with today's writers it seems that, like Svevo, the dominance of the country's Renaissance and Classical traditions has encouraged them to look away from Italy's cultural heartlands fortheir literary inspiration.
Rptd from yesterday 12 noon
By Ingmar Bergman. When her lover dies, a concert pianist visits the daughter she has not seen for many years. As they begin to talk again, both reveal the sorrow and bitterness of their shared past. All the power of Bergman's writing at its best is contained in this dark story of a divided family.
Music performed by Olga Thomas-Bosovskaya . Directed and produced by Catherine Bailey
Beethoven Piano Sonata in Eflat, Op 31 No 3
Paul Guinery introduces a performance of Tippett's oratorio A Child of our Time.
Lilian Watson (soprano), Sally Burgess (mezzo), Neil Jenkins (tenor), Eric Owens (bass), BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox
Uburu - the New Sound of South Africa
The first of four programmes looking at the ways in which South African musicians are turning to tribal traditions for new ideas. South African musician Eugene Skeef hears the sounds of Zulu-inspired gospel music in a township church where the pastor is Ladysmith Black Mambazo's Joseph Shabalala.
Conductor Matthias Bamert
Debussy La Mer
Schoenberg Pelleas undMelisande
With Susan Sharpe. Acomplete performance of Handel's oratorio Belshazzar, sung in German.
3.00 Beethoven Piano Sonata in A flat,
Op 110 3.20 Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian) 3.50 Wolf Italian Serenade
4.05 Grieg Evening in the Mountains, Op 68 No 4; At the Cradle, Op 68 No 5 (Lyric
Pieces) 4.20 Hellendaal Cello Sonata, Op 5 No 5 4.30 Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat, K191 4.50 Paganini Variazioni con Bravura 5.05 Liszt Fantasy on Halevy's
"LaJuive" 5.20 Mendelssohn SpringSong, Op 62 No 6 5.30 Quantz Trio Sonata in A
5.40 Rosettl Grande Symphonie in D