Presented by Sandy Burnett. Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Schubert Impromptu in G flat, D899 No 3 Daniel Barenboim (piano)
Bach Violin Sonata in C minor, BWV1017 Jaime Laredo , Glenn Gould (piano)
Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Ernest Ansermet
8.30-10.00: Charpentier Magnificat Les Demoiselles de Saint-Cyr, director Emmanuel Mandrin (organ)
Mozart Violin Concerto No 1 in B flat, K207
Itzhak Perlman, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor James Levine
Janacek Taras Bulba
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Presented by Rob Cowan.
Saint-Saens Marche Militaire Française, Op 60 No 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Paray
10.06 Biber Mystery (Rosary) Sonata No 15 in C (The Coronation of the Virgin Mary)
Andrew Manze (violin), Richard Egarr (organ)
10.20 Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No 4 in C minor Jeanne-Marie Darre, French National Radio Orchestra, conductor Louis Fourestier
10.47 Mozart Mass in C, K317 (Coronation) Maria Stader (soprano), Oralia Dominguez
(contrafto), Ernst Haefliger (tenor), Michel Roux (bass), Elizabeth Brasseur Choir, Lamoureux
Concerts Orchestra, conductor Igor Markevitch
11.17 Zemlinsky String Quartet No 2, Op 15 LaSalle Quartet
4/5. The Diaspora. Donald Macleod explores how Minimalist ideas have spread throughout the world and influenced composers as diverse as Arvo Part, Michael Nyman and Brian Eno.
Michael Nyman Chasing Sheep Is Best Left to Shepherds (The Draughtsman's Contract) Michael Nyman Band
Louis Andriessen De Snelheid Icebreaker Brian Eno Music for Airports: 1/2 Bang on a Can All-Stars
Laurie Anderson 0 Superman Performed by the composer (vocals/vocoder/electronics) with Roma Baran (Farfisa and Casio keyboards), Perry Hoberman (flute/saxophone) Arvo Part Summa Hilliard Ensemble
Meredith Monk Gotham Lullaby Performed by the composer (vocals) with the Brodsky Quartet Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight
Paris and St Petersburg
3/4. Presented from Belfast by Sean Rafferty.
Chantal Juillet (violin), David Owen Norris (piano) Stravinsky Duo Concertant Debussy Violin Sonata
Prokofiev Violin Sonata No 2, Op 94a
James Ehnes (violin), conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier Edward Seckerson joins the BBC Philharmonic for a concert live from Broadcasting House in Manchester. Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Brahms Symphony No 2 in
Today's musical discovery for younger listeners includes a Strauss waltz, music from "Making
Tracks Live" in Hackney last February, and music composed by listeners. Presented by CBBC's Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson.
Another chance to hear Brian Kay in conversation with Ronald Corp , conductor of the New London Orchestra. With music by Eric Coates , Ronald Binge , Lionel Monckton and Marshall Ross.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and a round-up of arts news.
Warwick Thompson presents a live concert from the Sage Gateshead, featuring two gems of the Austrian repertory.
Northern Sinfonia, conductor Thomas Zehetmair
Schoenberq Chamber Symphony No 1
7.55 Twenty Minutes: A View from the Bridges The poet and writer Valerie Laws looks at one of the country's most iconic cityscapes, Newcastle and Gateshead, and reflects on the vibrant new life the arts are bringing to the historic banks of the Tyne, and how the people of the North East are responding to the changes.
8.15 Schubert Symphony No 9 in C (Great)
Another edition of Isabel Hilton 's monthly series celebrating great landmarks of culture. Producer Jerome Weatherald
By Paddy Cunneen. An expressionistic interpretation of the life and work of Bruno Bettelheim. Towards the end of his life, the great psychologist meditates on the story of Hansel and Gretel. He finds uncomfortable parallels between the fairy tale and the facts of his own life. Did Hansel escape unscathed from the witch? Is recovery from abuse ever possible? Is there such a thing as happily-ever-after?
Director Paddy Cunneen ; Producer Gaynor Macfarlane
The Mother/the Witch:
The Psychologist/other voices:
Shaheera Asante with a percussion piece by lannis Xenakis , the sound of the Javanese gamelan, and the intricate rhythms of Bedouin coffee-grinders.
5/5. Donald Macleod looks at Schubert's dark Piano Sonata in A minor, D784, written after a period of being very ill, and the incidental music written for the play Rosamunde, discovered 39 years after the composer's death. Repeated from Friday at 12 noon
With Jonathan Swain. Musorgsky A Night on the Bare Mountain Liszt Tasso Brahms Symphony No 3 in F
2.10 JCF Bach /no 2.40 0 Lindberg Organ Sonata, Op 23
2.55 Sjoqren Cello Sonata in A, Op 58 3.15 Stenhammar The People of Nifelhem 3.30 Lie Symphony in A minor
4.00 Kapp The North Coast 4.10 Saeverud Tone's Lullaby (Tunes and Dances from Siljustol: Suite No 4, Op 25 No 4)
4.10 Telemann Trio No 5 in A minor for recorder and violin (Essercizii Musici) 4.25 Cesti Intorno all'ldol Mio (Orontea)
4.30 Glazunov Lyric Poem in D flat, Op 12 4.40 Krelsler Preludium and Allegro 4.50 Vivaldi Concerto da Camera in G minor, RV107 5.00 Lipatti Aubade 5.20 Mozart Overture: La Clemenza di Tito, K6215.25 Bizet Suite: Carmen
5.40 Tormls St John's Day Songs 5.55 Langgaard Andante Religioso 6.00 Tobias Ascendit in Coelum
6.05 Vauqhan Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis 6.20 Jarzebski Susanna Videns
6.25 Vivaldi Kyrie in G minor, RV587
6.35 Haydn Symphony No 88 in G