Prélude a I 'Apres-midi d 'un Faune 5.20 Johann Reutter Ecce Quomodo Moritur Justus 5.30 Anon Se da Me Tu Non Parti
(L 'Alessandro) 5.40 Respighi Poema
Autunnale 5.55 Cyril Scott Lotus Land, 0p47Nol
Tommy Pearson. Pergolesi Concerto No 1 in G I Musici de Montreal, conductor Yuri Turovsky
6.40 Liszt Hunnenschlacht
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Zubin Mehta
7.00 Nielsen Serenata in Vano Athena Ensemble
7.40 Butterworth Two English Idylls ECO, conductor Jeffrey Tate
8.00 Granados Allegro de Concierto Alicia de Larrocha (piano)
8.40 Shostakovich Theme and Variations, Op3USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
Not many composers have destroyed a thousand-odd works by their 30th birthday, but that's how it was with Alan Hovhaness. His output was staggeringly prolific, but it wasn't until the forties that he felt confident of the work he was producing. Donald Macleod examines how the composer's work blossomed during this period.
Prayer to St Gregory
Paul Young (trumpet), Ulster Orchestra, conductor Kenneth Montgomery
Symphony No 8 (Arjuna) BBC Scottish
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ken Young Twelve Armenian Folk Songs Sahan Arzruni (piano)
Vision from High Rock, Op 123
BBC SO, conductor Rumon Gamba
Playwright Shelagh Stevenson , author of The Memory of Water, talks about her latest project for the Royal National Theatre.
With Rob Cowan.
Marco Antonio Guimaraes/Milton
Nascimento Danca dos Mininos Uakti
10.11 Satie, orch Debussy Gymnopedie No 3 Ray Still (oboe), Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner
10.16 Lassus Domine, Ne in Furore Tuo Helmut Krebs and Hans Joachim Rotzsch
(tenors), Hans-Olaf Hudemann (bass), instrumental ensemble directed by RodolfPohl
10.39 Beethoven String Quartet in B flat, Op 130 (original version including Grosse Fuge) LaSalle Quartet
Mornings in the Gardens of Spain
Oz Clarke continues his visit to the 2001 Granada Festival with open-air performances of Albeniz from the Myrtle Court of the Alhambra Palace, music from the 18th-century Spanish court by Francesco Courcelle , late-night flamenco from Carmen Linares and a new wine from the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Courcelle Hasta Aqui Dios Amante
Nuria Rial (soprano), Concierto Espanol , director Emilio Moreno
Albeniz Evocacion ; El Puerto; Triana (Iberia) Guillermo Gonzales (piano)
Falla The Three Cornered Hat: Suites 1 and 2 National Orchestra of Spain, conductor Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos
Father, Son, Godfather is the title of Florilegium's programme, encapsulating the closely intertwined lives of the three composers represented. Nicola Heywood Thomas introduces another in a series of concerts recorded in Cardiff Castle's
Banqueting Hall. The Florilegium Ensemble. Bach, arr Debretzeni Trio Sonata No 1, BWV525
CPE Bach Duet for flute and violin, Wql40 Telemann Quartet in E minor (Paris Quartet No 6, 1738)
CPE Bach Trio Sonata in C, Wql47
Leonldas Kavakos: BBC Scottish
Leonidas Kavakos (violin), conductor Osmo Vanska
Presented by Paul Guinery.
Sibelius Pohjola 's Daugher; Violin Concerto Nielsen Symphony No 6 (SinfoniaSemplice)
Blue Peter's Simon Thomas and Matt Baker introduce part of Mozart's first symphony, written when he was seven years old, and the sounds of ice melting.
A specially recorded recital of songs first broadcast last May. Introduced by lain Burnside. Rachel Nicholls (soprano), PaulPlummer(piano) Britten On This Island
Faure Clairde Lune ; Automne: Les Roses d'lspahan; Après un Rêve
Poulenc Fiancailles pour Rire
Strauss Mein Herz 1st Stum; Schlagende Herzen
Walton Three Sitwell Songs: Daphne;
Through Gilded Trellises; Old Sir Faulk
Sean Rafferty introduces a selection of music and news from the arts world.
A concert held yesterday at Ocean in London, featuring performances by most of the winners from the seven categories in the first Radio 3 Awards for World
Music. The winners of two further categories - Critics' Award for Album of the Year and Radio 3 Listeners' Award - were announced at the concert.
7.30 The Warm-Up Lucy Duran and Charlie Gillett meet some of the musicians, jury members and members of the audience at Ocean, and play tracks from the nominees in all nine categories of the Awards.
9.30 Poll-Winners' Concert
Verity Sharp and Rita Ray host a concert featuring most of the award winners. Asia/Pacific: Yat-Kha (Tuva)
Africa: Djelimady Tounkara (Mali) Newcomer: Susheela Raman (UK)
Innovator: Manu Chao (France/Spain)
Americas: Orlando "Cachaito" Lopez(Cuba)
10.30 Interval Fiona Talkington backstage at the Awards.
10.50 Poll-Winners' Concert, part 2
Rona Talkington backstage at the Awards. Europe/Middle East: Taraf de Haidouks (Romania)
Joe Strummer presents the Critics' Award for Album of the Year.
Boundary Crossing: Nitin Sawhney (UK) Andy Kershaw presents the Radio 3 Listeners'Award.
For information on tickets forthe Poll-Winners' Concert on 28 January see the Radio 3 home page or call the Audience Line on [number removed].
With Jonathan Swain.
12.10 Krebs Toccata and Fugue in E
12.15 Cherubini Requiem Mass No 1 in C minorl.00 A Scarlatti Concerto No 3 in F; Sonata in 0, Op 4 No 4 Bach Harpsichord Concerto No 3 in D, BWV1054
Rosenmuller Sonatas: No 7 in A minor; No 8 in BTelemann Overture in G: Burlesque de Quixotte 2.05 Moniuszko Lza (Tear)
2.15 Brahms Symphony No 4 in E minor
3.00 Something to Think About
3.15 Let's Move 3.35Time to Move
3.55 Stories and Rhymes
4.10 English for S1/S2
4.30 Numbertime Mental Maths
4.45 Song Tree