Presented by Louise Fryer.
7.00 8.00 : Elgar Polonia, Op 76 LPO, conductor Adrian Boult Lilburn Diversions for strings New Zealand Chamber Orchestra
8.00 9.00 : Poulenc Figure Humaine Accentus Chamber Choir, director Laurence Equilbey
Saint-Saens Septet in E flat, Op 65 Nash Ensemble
With Rob Cowan. including a chance to hear an excerpt from the recording of Grieg's incidental music to Peer Gynt recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Plus:
Fucik The Bear with a Sore Head Jiri Formacek
(bassoon), Czech PO, conductor Vaclav Neumann Schubert, orch Liszt Die Junge Nonne , D828 Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo), Chamber
Orchestra of Europe, conductor Claudio Abbado Haydn Overture: II Mondo della Luna Vienna Concentus Musicus , conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Chabrier Suite Pastorale Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Ernest Ansermet Tallis In Nomine
Baldwin Upon In Nomine
Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet
Clementi Waltzes , Op39 Nos 8-12
Maria Tipo (piano), Luciano de Labio
(tambourine), Giannino Ferrari (triangle)
Langgaard Symphony No 7 0926 version)
Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Dausgaard
Bruckner Intermezzo in D minor Melos Quartet Handel Concerto Grosso in B flat, Op 6 No 7 Guildhall String Ensemble
Verdi Eri Tu (Un Ballo in Maschera)
Lawrence Tibbett (baritone) with orchestra Chopin Nocturne in C minor, Op 48 No I Shura Cherkassky (piano)
Lassus Domine, Ne in Furore Tuo
Pro Cantione Antiqua , Hamburg Early Music Wind Ensemble, conductor Bruno Turner
Stephen Venables , the first Briton to climb Everest without oxygen, shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley , including a harpsichord piece by Rameau, Bach's Mass in B minor, music by Mozart, Schumann, Brahms and Elgar, Weill's Surabaya Johnny and a brilliant piano improvisation by Dudley Moore.
Rameau and the Harpsichord
Lucie Skeaping looks at some of the greatest keyboard music from 18th-century France - the Pieces de Clavecin of Jean-Phillipe Rameau.
Stephanie Hughes introduces a concert from London's Wigmore Hall featuring the Borodin Quartet in their 60th anniversary season. Borodin String Quartet No 1 in A
Shostakovich String Quartet No 1, Op 49 Tchaikovsky String Quartet in F Op 22
New series 1/4. The Middlesex and England cricketer Edward Smith talks to leading young musicians about the differences and similarities between musical and sporting performance. His guest today is the cellist Natalie Clein , a former BBC Young Musician of the Year. Producer Chris Marshall
Today's selection of listener's requests includes Stravinsky's response to images of war in his Symphony in Three Movements, Wagner's
Siegfried Idyll and Stanford's Songs of the Sea. Send in your requests by: PHONE: [number removed]0300 email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3 Address: 3 lor All, BBC Wales, Cardiff CF5 2YO
After 40 years as one of Britain's most highly regarded string quartets, the Lindsays are hanging up their bows. Their last major broadcast interview is with Tom Service. And Solihull-born conductor Jonathan Nott , who brings the Bamberg SO to the Edinburgh Festival next month, talks about the orchestra's eclectic programming and renewed vitality. Producer Jeremy Evans
Le Concert Spirituel
One of France's foremost early-music ensembles in a concert given last October at Louis XIV's magnificent royal chapel in Versailles, featuring the music of the Sun King's contemporary, Marc-Antoine Charpentier. Presented by Catherine Bott. Charpentier Mass for eight voices; Te Deum for eight voices
Stephanie Revidat and Hanna Bayodi (sopranos), Francois-Nicolas Geslot and Anders J Dahlin (countertenors), Emiliano Gonzalez-Toro and Pierre Evreux (tenors), Bertrand Chuberre and Jean-Baptiste Dumora (basses), Le Concert Spirituel, director Herve Niquet
Africa Lives on the BBC
A dynamic gathering of black British spoken-word artists exploring blood, lineage and Africa, recorded live at the Albany Theatre, Deptford.
The cast includes Zena Edwards , Malika Booker , Charlie Dark , Jan Blake , Tuup, Ebele, Jason Grant , Janine la Rosa and Jay Bernard.
Music composed by Marque Gilmore Producer Shabina Aslam
Africa Lives on the BBC: New Kenya and the Masai
Poet Benjamin Zephaniah visits Masailand in East Africa to explore the modern-day status of the Masai tribe. As Kenya works to create a new sense of national unity, the brightly clothed Masai remain a defining image of a reborn democracy. However, their nomadic lifestyle is becoming less and less viable in a 21st-century economy. Zephaniah asks the Masai if their way of life is destined to disappear. Producer Laurence Grissell
Africa Lives on the BBC
A session with Rise Kagona , who in the 1980s was guitarist with the Zimbabwean band the Bhundu Boys. In recent years he has been living in obscurity near Edinburgh, but he's now starting to tour again.
Ottorino Respighi (1879-1936)
1/5. A Thumbnail Sketch. Donald Macleod looks at Respighi's colourful and sometimes contradictory passions. Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
With Susan Sharpe.
Mokranjac From My Homeland
1.50 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World) 2.35 Arensky Suite No 3: Variations, Op 33
3.00 Burkhard Suite en Miniature, Op 71 No 2 3.10 Schubert String Quartet in A minor, D804 (Rosamunde) 3.40 Mozart Symphony No 29 in A, K201 4.05 Ibert Trois Pieces Breves
4.10 Debussy Prelude a I'Apres-Midi d'un Faune
4.25 Szymanowski The Fountain of Arethusa (Myths)
4.30 Forster Sonata a 3 in C minor 4.50 Strauss, arr Hasenohrl Till Eulenspiegel (Einmal Anders) 5.05
Khachaturian Piano Concerto 5.40 Kurpinski Two Huts
5.50 Lithander Piano Sonata in C, Op 8 No I (Sonate Facile)
6.00 Bruckner Libera Me 6.05 Fasch Sonata in D minor
6.15 G Gabrieli Deus in Nomine Tuo (Symphoniae Sacrae)
6.20 Spohr Fantasy, Theme and Variations on a theme of Danzi in B minor, Op 816.30 Rachmaninov, arr Cailllet
Prelude in G minor, Op 23 No 5 6.35 Mozart Oboe Quartet in F, K370 6.45 Delius, arr Beecham The Walk to the Paradise Garden (A Village Romeo and Juliet)