Motet: Tanto Tempore
5.10 Couperin Douzième Concert
5.30 Faure, orch Jon Washburn Messe Basse 5.40 Satie En Habit de Cheval
5.50 Peggy Glanville-Hicks Three Gymnopedies
With Tommy Pearson.
6.30Turina Circulo, Op 91 Beaux Arts Trio
6.45 Vivaldi Bute Concerto in D, RV90 Lisa Beznosiuk, English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
7.05 Beethoven Quintet in Eflat for oboe, three horns and bassoon
7.40 Dohnanyl Suite in the Old Style, Op 24 Martin Roscoe (piano)
8.00 Matteis Ground afterthe Scotch
Humour Palladian Ensemble
8.40 Copland Clarinet Concerto Martin Frost,
Malmo Symphony Orchestra, conductor LanShui
With Donald Macleod.
Beethoven was always in love, said his friend Franz Wegeler , "and sometimes made conquests that an Adonis would have found difficult, if not impossible!" He never married, though he is known to have proposed marriage at least twice. What is clearfrom his romantic attachments is that all too often he fell for society women, who were above his own class. Because of this, these relationships tended to have unsuccessful conclusions for Beethoven. Ich Denke Dein, WoO 74
Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow (piano) An die Hoffnung, Op 32 Peter Schreier (tenor), WalterOlbertz(piano)
Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op 27 No 2 (Moonlight)
Vladimir Ashkenazy An die Feme Geliebte
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Gerald Moore (piano)
Abscheulicher ( Fidel io) Christa Ludwig (mezzo), Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer
Novelist and poet Michele Roberts talks about her latest project, a new book of short stories.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Haydn Variations in F minor, H XVII 6 Egon Petri (piano)
10.15 Walton String Quartet in A minor Endellion Quartet
10.49 Alkan Allegro in C minor (Symphony, Op 39) Egon Petri (piano)
10.58 Martinu Symphony No 5 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Karel Ancerl
Graeme Kay presents more musical highlights from this year's Mozartwoche in Salzburg and visits Mozart's birthplace, now the Mozart museum.
Bach, arr Mozart Praeludium in D minor, K405No4
Mozart Serenade in D minor, K320 (Posthorn) Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Charles Mackerras
Symphony in C minor (Overture: II Re Pastore; Finale in C, K102)
Camerata Academica Salzburg, conductor Roger Norrington Divertimento in E flat, K252
In another concert from a series given last year in London's Temple Church, ensemble Joglarese present a programme of music and storytelling from the Crusades as seen by all involved -from Richard the Lionheartto Usamah Ibn Munqidh.
Howard Shelley (piano), conductor Vassily Sinaisky
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 4 in G minor; Symphonic Dances
La Virtuosissima Cantatriche
She defied convention by breaking into men-only artistic circles - she never knew who her father was and she was probably the first single motherto establish herself as a significant composer- but this thoroughly modern-sounding woman lived in 17th-century Venice. Lucie Skeaping looks back on the life and music of the extraordinary singer and composer Barbara Strozzi.
Sean Rafferty introduces a selection of music and news from the arts world.
Live from the Royal Festival Hall in London, American virtuoso Joshua Bell is the soloist in Tchaikovsky's unrestrained and brilliant concerto in a performance conducted by Russian maestro Yevgeni Svetlanov. Afterthe interval Svetlanov conducts Debussy'stwo great impressionist masterpieces from the beginning of the 20th-century.
Joshua Bell (violin), Philharmonia
Orchestra, conductor Yevgeni Svetlanov Tchaikovsky Overture: The Queen of Spades; Violin Concerto in D
8.15 Twenty Minutes: Never Go Back Amanda Vickery talks to four Northern women novelists about using cleverness to break away from home, the North and mother, in their fiction and in their own lives. 2: Hilary Mantel talks about her novel
An Experiment in Love. With readings by Julia Ford.
8.35 Debussy Prélude à I 'Apres-midi d 'un Faune; La Mer
Though the first gallery to show Picasso's Guernica, a centre of anti-fascist talk in the thirties, and host to exhibitions by many of the 20th century's artistic giants, the Whitechapel Art Gallery has still kept close links with the East London Community around it. As the Whitechapel celebrates 100 years, Richard Coles profiles the gallery and its impact on people who have worked, shown and visited or simply stepped in from the rain there. Plus a new production of Marlowe's Edward reviewed, as award-winning
Michael Grandage directs Joseph Fiennes in the title role at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Verity Sharp presents fancies for viol consort by Christopher Tye , and the beguiling vocals of Rasha from Sudan.
With Jonathan Swain.
Dvorak Prague Waltzes
12.10 Franck Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34 12.45 Schubert 16 German Dances, D 783
1.00 Smetana Vltava (Ma Vlast)
Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor, Op 104 Beethoven Symphony No 6 in F (Pastoral)
2.35 Rheinberger Horn Sonata in E flat, Op 178
3.00 Stories and Rhymes
3.15 Word Games 13.30 Words Alive!
3.45 Listen and Write 4.05 Word Games 2
4.20 The Song Tree
4.40 Higher Still: Intermediate 2 Geography