Triumphal March (Sigurd Jorsalfar)
5.10 Delibes Fantaisie aux Divins
Mensonges (Lakme) 5.20 Liszt Les
Préludes 5.40 John Carmichael , arr Hurst A Country Fair 5.50 Debussy L 'IsieJoyeuse
With Sandy Burnett.
Beethoven Violin Sonata in G, Op 30 No 3 Yehudi Menuhin , Wilhelm Kempf (piano)
6.45 Bach/Lewis Prelude (One Heart);
Fugue (The Game Demand) (based on the Prelude and Fugue No 9 in E, BWV854 from the Well Tempered Clavier)
John Lewis (piano), Joel Lester (violin), Howard Collins (guitar), Marc Johnson (bass)
7.00 Eigar March: Pomp and Circumstance No 2 in A minor RPO, conductor Andre Previn
7.45 Tchaikovsky Serenade
Mélancolique Salvatore Accardo (violin), BBCSO, conductor Colin Davis
8.00 Musorgsky, orch Shostakovich Prelude, Act 1: Khovanshchina
Vienna PO, conductor Valeri Gergiev
8.40 Milhaud Scaramouche Stephen Coombs and Artur Pizarro (pianos)
4: Music for Wind Instruments
Donald Macleod examines the vogue for wind music in early 20th-century France and the significant contributions to the repertoire made by Ibert and Frangaix. Francaix Preludio (Five Little Duets)
Lorna McGhee (flute), Alison Nicholls (harp) lbert Flute Concerto Susan Milan , City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox Francaix L 'Horloge de Flore David Cowley (oboe), BBC NOW, conductor Thierry Fischer lbert Concertino da Camera
Simon Butterworth (alto saxophone), BBC
Philharmonic, conductor Emmanuel Plasson See BBC Orchestras at 2pm
With Jonathan Swain.
Dowland Come Away, Come Sweet Love
(First Book of Songs) Rufus MCiller (tenor), Christopher Wilson (lute)
Shall I Strive with Words to Move? (A
Pilgrim's Solace) Emma Kirkby (soprano). Anthony Rooley (lute)
Now, 0 Now I Needs Must Part (First Book of Songs) Camerata of London
10.11 Shostakovich Symphony No 7 (Leningrad) USSR State Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Yevgeni Svetlanov
New Generation Artists
With Verity Sharp. Sally Matthews sings songs by Brahms. Other music includes:
Beethoven Cello Sonata in A, Op 69 Claudio Bohorquez , Martin Helmchen (piano) Shostakovich Viola Sonata
Lawrence Power , Simon Crawford-Phillips (piano)
Another chance to hear a recital recorded last year in the Bridgewater Hall,
Manchester, introduced by Petroc Trelawny . Emma Bell (soprano), Andrew West (piano) Reynaldo Hahn Five Little Songs to poems by RL Stevenson
Schubert LobderTranen , D711;
Andie Musik , D54 7; Auf dem Wasser zu Singen, D774; DerZwerg, 0771
Hahn Reverie ; Mai; D'une Prison;
Si Mes Vers Avaient des Ailes; A Chloris; Fetes Galantes
Schubert Die Vogel, D691; DerFluss, D693; Der Knabe, D692; Die Sterne, D684; Die Gebusche, D646
Presented by Tommy Pearson.
Strauss Duett-Concertino Richard Hosford (clarinet), Rachel Gough
(bassoon), conductor Thierry Fischer Wagner, arr Motti Wesendonk Lieder Susan Bullock (soprano), conductor David Porcelijn
Jean-Michel Damase Rhapsodie David Pyatt (horn), conductor John Lubbock
Francaix Ballet: Les Malheurs de Sophie Conductor Thierry Fischer
Music foryounger listeners, presented by Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson.
Byrd and the Catholics. Lucie Skeaping and Andrew Carwood , on location at a "safe house" in Essex, explore the exciting undercover life of musicians on the country house circuit at the time of Elizabeth I. They present a programme of music that would not have gone down at all well with Good Queen Bess and the Protestant ascendancy, performed by the Cardinall'sMusick.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and news from the arts world.
Sounds from around the globe, celebrated in a concert featuring all the winners in the nine categories of this year's awards. The poll-winners' concert was held on Monday at Ocean in London, hosted by Verity Sharp and Rita Ray.
7.30 The Warm-up
Lucy Duran meets some of the musicians, jury members and the audience at Ocean.
7.45 Poll-winners' Concert, Part 1
Americas Award: Los de Abajo (Mexico). Rock, ska and radical Mexican soul.
Boundary Crossing Award: Ellika and Solo (Sweden/Senegal). Swedish traditions and ancient griot melodies combined in musical fusion by fiddler Ellika and kora player Solo.
Middle East Award: Samira Said (Egypt)
One of the stars of the Arabic music world. Newcomer Award: Gotan Project (France) A fresh approach to tango.
Performers, organisers and audience members discuss common themes found in the diverse music from around the world.
9.05 Poll Winners' Concert, Part 2 Europe Award: Mariza (Portugal)
The Mozambique-born rising star of fado. Audience Award: Announced at the concert.
Asia-Pacific Award: Ensemble Kaboul and Ustad Mahwash (Afghanistan)
Traditional songs from Afghanistan.
Africa Award and Critics' Award for Album of the Year: Orchestra Baobab (Senegal) The veteran ensemble, now reformed after a break of two decades.
Forfull details and information on how to get tickets to this event see www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/world
Verity Sharp plays music from some of the nominees for this year's Radio 3 Awards for World Music, including Youssou N'Dour, Trilok Gurtu , Alka Yaknik , Oi Va Voi and DoOud. Plus a look ahead to what might catch the judges' attention next year.
With Jonathan Swain.
Haydn Violin Concerto in G, H Vila 4
12.30 Mendelssohn Sextet in D, Op 110
1.00 Slavenski Music 36 (Harmonies and Disharmonies) Stravinsky Violin Concerto Weill Symphony No 2
2.00 Rachmaninov Barcarolle; Romance; Humoresque (Morceaux de Salon, Op 10)
2.15 Cherubini Requiem Mass No 1 in C minor
3.00 Revisewise 3.30 Maths Challenge
3.45 Music for Dance 4.05 Drama Workshop 4.20 Dance Workshop
4.40 Music Workshop