With Penny Gore.
6.05Sakamoto/Sylvian Forbidden Colours Simon Haram (saxophone), Duke Quartet
6.40 Hummel Theme and Variations in F minor, Op 97 London Mozart Players, director Howard Shelley (piano)
7.05 Vaughan Williams Tuba Concerto Patrick Harrild , LSO, conductor Bryden Thomson
7.30 Vivaldi 0 Qui Coeli Terraeque
Serenitas Susan Gritton (soprano), the King's Consort, director Robert King
8.15 David Popper Requiem for three cellos and orchestra Maria Kliegel , Caroline Stinson and Johann Ludwig (cellos), Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia , conductor Gerhard Markson
8.50 Jakov Gotovac Symphonic Reel,
Op 12 Radio-Philharmonie Hannover des NDR, conductor Moshe Atzmon
Donald Macleod concludes his survey of the life and work of Camille Saint-Saens .
5: Final Years
In 1913 Saint-Saens played piano at his last public concert at the Salle Gaveau. In fact he went on giving "last" concerts until the end of his life. His old age was creative and he carried on composing well into his eighties.
Prélude (Six Etudes for the Left Hand, Op 135) Michel Beroff (piano) Odelette
Katherine Baker (flute), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Emmanuel Plasson
Symphony No 3 in C minor (Organ)
Gaston Litaize (organ), Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Daniel Barenboim
Aquarium (Carnival of the Animals)
Pittsburgh SO, conductor André Previn
Choreographer Wayne McGregortalks about watchingthe first perfomance of his dance forthe Royal Ballet.
With Rob Cowan.
Liszt Rakoczy March Boston Pops
Orchestra, conductor Arthur Fiedler
10.13 Bartok Romanian Dances
Claude Helffer (piano)
10.18 Hummel Bassoon Concerto in F
Valery Popov , USSR Symphony Chamber Ensemble
10.44 Brahms Violin Sonata in G, Op 78 Bronislaw Huberman , Boris Roubakine (piano)
11.10 Ravel Don Quichotte a Dulcinée Camille Maurane (baritone), Lamoureux Orchestra, conductor Jean Fournet
11.17 Bartok Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm (Mikrokosmos, Book 6) Gyorgy Sandor (piano)
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Jonathan Swain concludes this week's series of performances given at the Philharmonie in Berlin.
With Angela Gheorghiu (soprano),
Daniela Barcellona (contralto), Roberto Alagna (tenor), Julian Konstantinov
(bass), Swedish Radio Chorus, Orfeon Donostiarra , conductor Claudio Abbado
Another chance to hear a piano recital first broadcast earlier this year.
Beethoven Piano Sonata in E minor, Op 90 Brahms Piano Sonata No 3 in F minor, Op 5(R)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor
Paul Watkins , conductor Alexander Titov Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor(From the New World)
Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Simon Thomas and Matt Baker introduce music for younger listeners, including flamenco from Spain, a dance track from Kinshasa and a track to boogie to with your babysitter.
Julian Joseph isjoined by British guitarist Martin Taylorto introduce recordings by the great gypsy guitarist
Django Reinhardt , who rose to fame as a member of the Quintet of the Hot Club of France with violinist Stephane Grappelli , and became a major influence on jazz guitar.
Sean Rafferty celebrates International Tuba Day with live music and chat from tuba group Tubalate. Other music in the programme includes at 7.00
Qigang Chen 's Wu Xing performed by the French National Orchestra under DidierBenetti.
A concert given in January by organist
Gillian Weir , not only a celebration of her
60th birthday but part of a series marking the restoration of the organ at London's Royal Festival Hall.
Bach Toccata and Fugue in F, BWV540 Schnitzer Sonata in C
Willan Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue in E flat minor
Franck Choral No 2 in B minor
Reubke Sonata in C minor on the 94th Psalm
A car crash in Mexico City sets the plot alight in Amores Perros, one of the most hotly tipped films from Latin America in recent years. Sarah Dunnant and guests discuss the film and the evolution of the thriller genre on screen.
World music, folk, blues, country and gospel, including music from guest
Ray Chandler , whose five-string banjo-playing combines influences from English morris with Irish traditional, European dance and contemporary styles.
Chris Potter Quartet
The first of a season of programmes recorded atthis year's Cheltenham Jazz Festival features American saxophonist Chris Potter in a giggiven earlierthis evening at the Everyman Theatre. Potter, who made a name for himself early on playing with Charlie Parker 's ex-sparring partner, trumpeter Red Rodney, has only just celebrated his 30th birthday but has already established a reputation as one of the major saxophonists in jazz. He performs tonight with his own quartet, supported by pianist Kevin Hayes , bassist Scott Colley and Brian Blade on drums. Presented by Jez Nelson.
Producers Steve Shepherd and Kathryn Willgress
With Jonathan Swain.
1.00 A complete performance of Verdi's four-act opera Aida.
3.35 Prokofiev Visions Fugitives, Op 22 Nos 1-7; 14-20
4.00 Alexander Albrecht Quintet
4.10 Gershwin Rhapsody No 2 for piano and orchestra
4.30 Debussy, arr Nancy Allen Arabesque No2
4.40 Milhaud Scaramouche
4.50 Sibelius On a Balcony by the Sea, Op 38 No 2
5.00 Kainz Harpsichord Concerto in C
5.10 Lithander Rondo, Op 8
5.20 Bach Cantata No 54; Widerstehe
5.35 Mozart flute Concerto in D, K314