With Penny Gore. Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Chopin Polonaise in F sharp minor, Op 44 Piotr Anderszewski (piano) Coates Saxo -Rhapsody Jack Brymer (alto saxophone), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Groves Monteverdi Beatus Vira a 6 The King's Consort, director Robert King
8.30-10.00: Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in Eflat, K297b Douglas Boyd (oboe), Richard Hosford (clarinet), Robin O'Neill (bassoon),
Jonathan Williams (horn), Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Alexander Schneider
Vivaldi Concerto in C for multiple instruments, RV555 Le Concert des Nations, director Jordi Savall
With Rob Cowan.
Listener request: Shostakovich Festive Overture, Op 96 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Karel Ancerl
10.07 Schumann Six Poems, Op 90 Gerard Souzay (baritone), Dalton Baldwin (piano)
10.22 Listener request: Beethoven String Quartet in B flat, Op 130 Vegh Quartet
11.13 Listener request: Reger Variations and Fugue on a theme of Mozart, Op 132
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Karl Bohm
11.43 Schumann Poems of Queen Mary Stuart , Op 135 Irmgard Seefried (soprano), Erik Werba (piano)
5/5. A Legacy to Be Proud of Franck's circle of followers tirelessly promoted their mentor's music, and finally succeeded in crowning his name with a glory never achieved during his lifetime. With Donald Macleod. Franck String Quartet in D (scherzo) Fitzwilliam Quartet
D'lndy Noce Bretonne (Suite: Karadec, Op 34) Wurttemberg Philharmonic Orchestra , conductor Gilles Nopre
Souvenirs, Op 62 Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor James DePreist Lekeu Andante piu Tosto Adagio
Guido de Neve (violin), Christel Kessels (piano) Franck Chorale No 1 in E
Marie-Claire Alain (organ)
Repeated on Thursday at 12 midnight
Edinburgh International Festival
Sandy Burnett introduces a recital of violin works, given yesterday at Queen's Hall.
Leonidas Kavakos (violin), Denes Varjon (piano) Mendelssohn Violin Sonata in F minor, Op 4 Schumann Violin Sonata in A minor, Op 105 Bartok Rhapsody No 1
Enescu Violin Sonata No 3
Presented by Sarah Walker.
London Philharmonic Choir, BBC Scottish
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Nan Volkov Mozart Symphony No 32 in G, K318 Janacek The Eternal Gospel Mahler Symphony No 7
Repeated from Wednesday 11 August
Sammy Price: Blues, Boogie and Jazz Pianist Texas-born Sammy Price worked as an undertaker, meat-importer, nightclub bouncer, record producer, Harlem politician and part-time policeman. But he was also the pianist of choice when Harlem was the centre of the jazz world. Alyn Shipton presents a profile. Producer Dave Batchelor
Petroc Trelawny presents a selection of music, interviews and news from the arts world.
Jve from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Engelbert Humperdinck, who was born 150 /ears ago, is celebrated mainly for a single work - tonight's opera. Hansel und Gretel is a bittersweet fairy tale of threatened innocence and vanquished evil, written with a delicious mixture of folk melodies and Wagnerian techniques. Directed by David Edwards , tonight's performance features some of opera's brightest stars. Presented by Martin Handley.
London Oratory School Chamber Choir,
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Jane Glover Humperdinck Hansel und Gretel, Acts 1 and 2
8.05 Twenty Minutes: Slicing the Gingerbread Author Sara Maitland returns Hansel and Gretel to the forest, where Gretel recalls their dramatic childhood together. Read by Emily Woof.
8.25 Hansel und Gretel, Act 3
In 1843, the youngjournalist Karl Marx arrived in Paris. Already he was becoming notorious throughout Europe as a polemicist and troublemaker, but his economic and political ideas were still in their infancy. In Paris, Marx met radicalised artisans, and befriended
Heinrich Heine and Friedrich Engels. Jonathan Ree goes to Paris, retracing Marx's steps. Producer David Edmonds
Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Bjork about her new album Medulla, which explores the human voice as sound source and includes contributions from Robert Wyatt , Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq and Rahzel of the Roots.
Tim Berne Special
Jez Nelson offers another chance to hear a concert by US saxophonist Tim Berne with his Science Friction Band and special guests
David Torn and the Arte Quartett , given at the Queen Elizabeth Hall during last year's London Jazz Festival. Revisedrpt
With John Shea.
Haydn Symphony No 60 in C (II Distratto): Symphony No 94 in G (Surprise) 1.50 Wolf Morike Lieder (excerpts)
2.15 Orvad Kornell 2.25 Nielsen Andante Lamentoso , Op 58 2.30 Beethoven Piano Sonata in A flat, Op 110
2.55 Wagner, orch Mottl Wesendonk-Lieder
3.15 Franck Violin Sonata in A 3.45 Dubois Rute Quartet
3.55 Holbome Muy Linda ; Pavan; Galliard
4.00 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G. BWV1 048
4.10 Mozart Variations on a minuet by Duport, K573
4.20 Tchalkovsky Waltz (Ballet: Sleeping Beauty)
4.25 Schumann Faschingsschwank aus Wien, Op 26
4.45 Bruch, arr anon Allegro vivace ma non troppo in C, Op 83 4.50 Beethoven Overture: Fidelio (arr for wind ensemble) 5.00 Jelly Roll Morton Frog-I -More Rag
5.05 Stravinsky Rag-time 5.10 Kreisler La Gitana;
Berceuse Romantique, Op 9 5.20 Sibelius Andante Festivo
5.25 Du Mont 0 Salutaris Hostia 5.30 Bacheler Pavan ; Mounsiers Almain 5.40 Zemzaris The Light Springs
5.45 Ruth W Henderson Sing All Ye Joyful 5.50 Saint-
Saens Piano Concerto No 5 in F (Egyptian) 6.20 Francaix L 'Heure du Berger; Pin-up Girls; Les Petits Nerveux
Radio 3: Get in touch by phone on [number removed]. Calls are charged at national rates. Or write to BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London WlA 1AA. www.bbc.co.uk/radio3