Presented by Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Adams China Gates Andrew Russo (piano) Bach Concerto in A minor, BWV1044
Wilbert Hazelet (flute), Reinhard Goebel (violin), Andreas Staier (harpsichord), Musica Antiqua , Koln
8.00-9.00: Schubert Symphony No 3 in D, D200 Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jonathan Nott Part Summa Oxford Pro Musica Singers, conductor Michael Smedley
With Rob Cowan. Features include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter CD recommendation. Plus the recording of Faure's First Violin Sonata from the set recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes:
Mozart Overture: Idomeneo Symphony Nova Scotia , conductor Georg Tintner
Chopin Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Halina Czerny-Stefanska (piano)
Isaac 0 Maria, Mater Christi Pro Cantione Antiqua, conductor Bruno Turner
Smetana Souvenirs of Bohemia in the form of Polkas, Op 13 Andras Schiff (piano)
Glazunov Mazurka-Oberek David Oistrakh (violin), Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Gabriel Yudin
Telemann Overture in B flat (La Bourse) II Fondamento
Rachmaninov The Isle of the Dead South West France SO, conductor Michael Gielen Bach English Suite No 4 in F, BWV809 Fernando Valenti (harpsichord)
Rossini Una Voce Poco Fa (// Barbiere diSiviglia) Conchita Supervia (mezzo), orchestra conducted by Angelo Albergoni Email your comments to: email@example.com
Michael Berkeley 's guest is economic globalization expert Noreena Hertz , whose musical choices range from the Italian Renaissance to the Who.
Catherine Bott presents a live and interactive edition of the programme. Her guests are the early music ensemble Badinage, performing wind sonatas by Bach, Handel and Telemann. Send questions for the group by email to [email address removed] or phone [number removed].
Violinist Maxim Vengerov , accompanied by pianist Lilya Zilberstein , perform works by Brahms, Wieniawski, Paganini, Saint-Saens and Bazzini in a recital recorded at the National
Concert Hall in Dublin last November.
Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
1/4. Forgiveness. Inspired by Schubert's bleak song-cycle Winterreise, DrTom Wright, Bishop of Durham, goes on a spiritual journey reflecting in words and music on the problems and challenges that confront society today. He begins by contemplating the extraordinary renaissance that's taken place in South Africa over the past 15 years, and the possibility that similar new starts could happen elsewhere. With music by Mozart, Brahms and the Afrikaans composer Hans Roosenschoon.
Louise Fryer with listeners' requests, including Arvo Part's Spiegel im Spiegel, a forgotten masterpiece by Luigi Cherubini , more on cellist Amaryllis Fleming , and vocal virtuosity from operatic divas of the past and of the present. Send in your requests by PHONE: [number removed]0300 Email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
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Why Are We All Reading Children's Books? At a time when fiction is flourishing as never before, more and more adults are turning to children's literature for relaxation and their commuter read. So what's going on? Are readers retreating into childhood fantasy? Are we becoming willingly infantilised? Do children's books offer a purer form of escapism than adults literature? Or are we so bored with repetitive descriptions of sexual callisthenics and relationship difficulties that we turn to children's writers for an honest, untainted view of the world? To send in your views, EMAIL: lebrecht.liveH'bbc.co.uk, write to: Lebrecht Live, BBC R3, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA, or phone (from 5pm) on [number removed]444
The second of three concerts featuring the San Francisco Symphony under Michael Tilson Thomas. Presented by Geoffrey Smith.
San Francisco Symphony Chorus (men's voices), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
Bruckner Trosterin Musik ; Helgoland; Symphony No 7 in E
The final concert in this series is on Thursday at 7.30pm
By Tom Kelly. An all-star cast portrays two stories of devotion, love and death, set in Palestine, 2,000 years ago, and Britain today. Based on the documentary evidence of the Gospel of Mary Magdalene, published in 1955.
3/3. Eastern Promise. Historian Misha Glenny travels to Istanbul to explore the EU's next phase of expansion - the admission of Turkey. He traces the fall of the Ottoman Empire and the rise of Kemal Ataturk 's modern Turkey and asks the question: can Turkey cross over to the west? Producer Leonida Krushelnycky Editor Maria Balinska
With a session from Gang of Four, newly reformed and with their original line-up of Andy Gill , Jon King , Hugo Burnham and Dave Allen.
1/5. Mother: Spain and Visions of Childhood
Donald Macleod surveys Ravel's compositions associated with his maternal Basque heritage. Repeated from Monday
Presented by Louise Fryer.
Bach Cantata No 12: Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen;
Cantata No 51: Jauchzet Gott in alien Landen Schubert Mass No 5 in A flat, D678 2.25 Schafer Piano Quintet in D flat, Op 5 3.05 Stucken Symphonic Prologue: William Ratcliffe 3.35 Brahms 25 Variations and Fugue on a theme by Handel, Op 24 4.00 Vivaldi Concerto da
Camera in C, RV88 4.10 Berezovsky Do Not Reject Me
4.20 Mozart Divertimento in C, K439b 4.30 Cavazzoni Ricercata 4.35 D'Amato, arr Daniell Ave Maria
4.40 Byrd Echo Galliard Byrd 0 Mistress Mine I Must;
The Woods So Wild 4.50 Heinrich Bach Ich danke dir Gatt
5.00 Dvorak Furiant (Poetic Tone Pictures, Op 85 No 7) Handel Two Voluntaries in C 5.10 Anon Cunctipotens Mozetich Procession 5.25 Schubert Die
Gotter Criechenlands , D677b; Sehnsucht, D636 5.35 Blacher
Variations on a theme of Paganini, Op 26 5.50 Telemann Recorder Sonata in F (Der Getreue Music-Meister)
6.00 Llpovsek Second Suite 6.20 Mozart Violin Sonata in F, K377 6.40 Llnko Piano Concerto No 2