With Martin Handley.
Mozart Violin Sonata in A, K526
6.45 Saint-Saens Morceau de Concert
7.00 Handel Concerto Grosso in C, HWV318 (Alexander's Feast)
7.45 Falla Fantasia Baetica
8.00 Telemann Overture: La Fortune
8.40 Korngold Incidental music: The Sea Hawk
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Edward Seckerson keeps an eye on new releases and introduces highlights from the past season of CD Review.
9.30 Debussy Children's Corner Claude Helffer (piano)
10.15 Bruckner Mass No 2 in E minor
Bavarian Radio Chorus and Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eugen Jochum
11.10 Brahms Piano Concerto No 2 in B flat Solomon, Philharmonia, conductor IssayDobrowen
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Michael Berkeley 's guest today is the novelist Stan Barstow , a miner's son from Yorkshire who shot to fame with A Kind of Lovingin 1960 and became one of the leaders of the "realism" movement of the early 1960s. His choice of recordings reflects his love of classical music. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
I n another vi sit to the Womad (World of Music, Arts and Dance) Festival in Reading, Lucy Duran presents two live performances from the Siam Tent. Javier Ruibal , a " new flamenco" artist who is rediscovering flamenco's roots in north African music, and Lila Downs, who sings the traditional songs ofthe Mixtec Indians of Mexico.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Bach Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor, BWV582 Simon Preston (organ)
Bloch Symphony for trombone and orchestra Christian Lindberg ,
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leif Segerstam
Delius Appalachia Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor John Hopkins Martin Ballade Michael Faust (ftute), Cologne RSO, conductor Alun Francis
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With 20 years' experience in modern rock, drummer Bill Bruford formed Earthworks in 1986 and still collaborates with the brightest talent around. Recorded at this year's Cheltenham International Jazz Festival, the set features Tim Garland , their newest member on sax, and a guest appearance by Django Bates on horn. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
With Geoffrey Smith.
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All Music at Wavendon. Alyn Shipton continues his series looking back on the careers of Cleo Laine and John Dankworth and their work at the Stables, the arts centre they founded attheirhome in Wavendon. Sharing their vision for an all-encompassing music policy were co-directors guitarist John Williams and pianist and composer Richard Rodney Bennett
. Education was at the forefront of the "All Music" plan and Alyn Shipton also talks to Avril Dankworth , who started the summer music courses at Wavendon, and to former pnme minister Edward Heath , who conducted a performanceof Tom Sawyer 's Saturday, a work by John Dankworth for narrator and youth orchestra.
Britten Cello Suite, Op 72
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Walton's centenary is celebrated with a suite from his score for a BBC radio play, written in the 1940s by the poet
Louis MacNeice. This journey to the new world prefaces Dvorak's setting of the traditional devotional poem about the Virgin Mary 's vigil at Christ's Cross. Presented by John Shea.
Susan Chilcott (soprano), Catherine Wyn -Rogers (mezzo), Paul Charles Clarke
(tenor), John Tomlinson (bass), London
Symphony Chorus, BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox
Walton, arr Christopher Palmer Suite: Christopher Columbus
Dvorak Stabat Mater Repeated Tuesday 2pm
by Debbie Green. Given up for adoption and passed from one foster parent to another, Little Bit manages to create her own little bit of love, only to have it cruelly taken away.
Director Mary Peate
Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London. American trumpet virtuoso Wynton Marsalis and his brilliant Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra recreate the irresistible golden age of swing in tonight's late-night Prom with some foot-tapping rhythms and roof-lifting riffs.
Leonard Slatkin's Proms pick: page 26
Andrew McGregor and Lucy Duran introduce live sets and recorded highlights from today's acts at Womad. Algerian rockrai star Rachid Taha plays live from the Open Air stage, and Lokua Kanza from Zaire ends the day from the Siam Tent. In between are Coco Mbassi from the Cameroon and Ronu Majumdar on the Indian flute, together with artists from Womad's special 20th anniversary celebration event. And Andy Kershaw and Fiona Talkington will be roaming the Womad site in search of the good, the bad and the mad.
With Jill Anderson. Wolfgang Rihm
Spiegel und Fluss Nachspiel und Vorspiel Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1 in B flat minorBattok Concerto for Orchestra
2.40 Veljo Tormis Autumn Landscapes
2.50 Piazzolla Las Cuatro Estanciones
Portenas 3.15 Bach Sonata No 2 in A minor for solo violin, BWV10033.35 Heinichen Se Mai, Tirsi, Mio Bene (Clori e Tirsi)
3.55 Beethoven 12 Variations on a Russian dance, WoO71
4.10 Georg Druschetsky Sextet fortwo clarinets, two horns and two bassoons
4.30 Mozart Horn Concerto No 2 in E flat, K41 74.50 Wolf-Ferrari Two orchestral intermezzi (The Jewels ofthe Madonna)
5.05 Pandolfo Mealli Violin Sonata No 6, Op 3 (La Sabbatina)
5.20 Franjo Dugan Toccata 5.30 Poulenc Sept Chansons 5.40
Tchaikovsky Dumka : Russian Rustic Scene 5.50
Glinka Overture: Ruslan und Lyudmila