Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Schumann Arabeske in C, Op 18 Maria Joao Pires (piano)
Dvorak Slavonic Rhapsody in A flat, Op 45 No3 Montreal Symphony Orchestra/Charles Dutoit
8.00-9.00: Beethoven Overture: The Creatures of Prometheus Deutsche
Kammerphilharmonie, Bremen/Daniel Harding Bach Cantata No 54: Widerstehe doch der Sunde Andreas Scholl (countertenor), Collegium
Vocale Orchestra, director Philippe Herreweghe
Rob Cowan introduces some surprises and treasures from his record collection. There's also a chance to hear Schubert's Piano Sonata in A, D959, as recommended on yesterday's CD Review. The programme includes:
Monteverdi Zefiro Toma Nigel Rogers and Ian Partridge (tenors), with instrumental ensemble conducted by Jurgen Jurgens Bax November Woods
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Vernon Handley Marenzio Magnificat Choir of King's College, Cambridge, conductor Stephen Cleobury Corelli La Follia
Joseph Szigeti (violin), Andor Farkas (piano) Bach Concerto in the Italian Style, BWV971 Dubravka Tomsic (piano)
Grieg Symphonic Dance, Op 64 No 1
Halle Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli Wagner Allmachter Vater (Rienzi)
Lauritz Melchior (tenor), Columbia Symphony Orchestra, conductor Erich Leinsdorf
Mozart String Quartet in A, K169 Hagen Quartet Sibelius The Oceanides
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eugen Jochum
Michael Berkeley talks to the actor
Patrick Malahide , who is currently appearing in the West End production of Christopher Hampton 's play Embers. His musical choices range from traditional Irish music to Mozart's Requiem and Bruch's Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor.
2/2. The conclusion of the journey through the musical alphabet with the letters N-Z, meeting some bawdy ballads and lewd lyrics on the way. Any ideas for X?
Stephanie Hughes introduces a concert from last summer's Lucerne Festival.
Schoenberg Chamber Symphony No 2, Op 38 Mahler Symphony No 4
Lisa Larsson (soprano) Members of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, conductor Daniel Harding.
Following Friday's anniversary of the Queen's Coronation, requests this week include several with royal associations: Ives's Variations on America, Clementi's Great National Symphony, a selection of church music by Byrd, written for
Elizabeth I, and an arrangement for guitar of the Courtly Dances from Britten's opera Gloriana. PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute) email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3 Address:3 for All, BBC Wales, Cardiff CF5 2YQ
This week Tom Service speaks to Danish composer Poul Ruders about his opera Kafka's
Trial. And cellist Matthew Barley presents a special report from Uzbekistan on his composition and improvisation project, Between the Notes.
Aled Jones immerses himself in the vibrant world of South African choral music. From indigenous tribal songs to Gospel and Handel's Messiah in Zulu, Aled gets to the heart of the matter with Joseph Shabalala , founder of Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Plus, highlights from the Soweto Gospel Choir's recent UK tour concert in Malvern, recorded specially for the programme. Producer Emily Kershaw
The year is 2001. President Mugabe and his wife are holed up in the State House in Harare,
Mugabe in paranoid terror. He is being stalked by an ngozi or bitter spirit, the murderous ghost of a long-dead comrade. Fearing for his sanity,
Mugabe turns to a white psychiatrist for help.
In a series of bruising encounters, Fraser Grace 's witty and provocative new play imagines the combative relationship between the black president and his white psychiatrist, and explores the conflict between despotism and liberalism in modern Zimbabwe.
Composer Chartwell Dutiro ; Director Antony Sher
Hassan Arouni explores the wealth and diversity of contemporary Middle Eastern art. Among the artists he meets are the Iranian sculptor Parviz Tanavoli , the Iraqi painter Dia Azzawi and the young Lebanese conceptual artists Ziad Abillama and Walid Sadek. The programme coincides with exhibitions at the British Museum and Modern
Art Oxford. Producer Julia Adamson
On a visit to the 2005 Festival of Nomadic Music in Mauritania, Kershaw encounters world-class musicians that the world has yet to discover.
1/5. With Donald Macleod.
Allerseelen Barbara Bonney (soprano), Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
Don Juan Vienna PO/Christoph von Dohnanyi Serenade for winds, Op 7
Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe
Tif Eulenspiegel Chicago SO/Daniel Barenboim Repeated from Monday
With Jonathan Swain. Strauss Also sprach Zarathustra Brahms Piano Concerto No 1 in D minor
Lars Vogt (piano), The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Dauggard
2.26 Bach Ricercara 3 (Musikalisches Opfer, BWV1079)
2.32 Beethoven String Quartet in C sharp minor, Op 131
3.11 Elgar Sea Pictures, Op 37 3.34 Mozart Serenade in E flat, K375 4.01 Horneman Overture: Aladdin
4.12 Chopin Ballade No 2 in F, Op38 4.20 Grossman
Csardas (The Ghost of Voyvode) 4.30 Strauss, arr Berg Wine, Woman and Song 4.40 Kalman Graf Mariza
(excerpts) 4.47 Kreisler Liebesleid 4.51 Liszt St Francis de Paule Walking on the Water 5.00 Kunzen Overture:
Erik Ejegod 5.05 Kuhlau Variations in E minor on the Old Swedish Air Och liten Karin tjente, Op 915.20 Norqard Wie ein Kind 5.34 Grainger Danish Folk Music Suite
5.53 Berwald Piano Trio No 1 in E flat 6.13 Enna Overture: The Match Girl 6.20 Nielsen Serenata in Vano 6.28
Gabriell Sonata Pian'e Forte 6.33 Pederson Three Songs
6.40 Gade At Sunset, Op 46 6.48 Holmboe A Song at Sunset 6.56 Dowland King of Denmark's Galliard