7.00-8.30: Vivaldi Violin Concerto in G, Op 3 No 3 English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
Bach Cantata No 130: Herr Gott , dich loben alle wir Bach Collegium Japan, director Masaaki Suzuki Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
8.30-10.00: Beethoven Overture: Consecration of the House Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, conductor David Zinman
Telemann Concerto in D for trumpet and strings Musica Antiqua , Kbln, conductor Reinhard Goebel Glinka Overture: A Life for the Tsar USSR Symphony Orchestra, conductor Yevgeni Svetlanov
To coincide with the 79th Academy Awards ceremony, this week's programme centres on composers of music used in films. Composer Philip Glass has been nominated for an Oscar for his score to Notes on a Scandal, and lain Burnside talks to the film's director,
Richard Eyre. Other music in the programme includes: Honegger Pastorale d'Eté Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Serge Baudo
Handel Concerto Grosso in F, Op 3 No 6 Handel and Haydn Society, conductor Christopher Hogwood
Schubert Piano Trio in E flat, D897 (Notturno) Beaux Arts Trio
Shostakovich Jazz Suite No 2
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly EMAIL: [address removed]
The actor Diana Quick is Michael Berkeley 's guest today. Her musical choices range from Bach and Schubert to Jonathan Harvey , Arvo Part and Marvin Gaye.
Kuijken at York. Catherine Bott introduces a concert of music by the Bach family from the York Early Music Festival 2006 given by celebrated flute player Barthold Kuijken with harpsichordist Ewald Demayere.
Another chance to hear a concert by the Beaux Arts Trio, recorded last February at London's
Wigmore Hall. Presented by Stephanie Hughes. Brahms Piano Trio No 3 in C minor, Op 101 Schnittke Piano Trio
2/10. John Evans , an expert on the music of Benjamin Britten , talks to distinguished interpreters about the problems and pleasures of performing his operas. Today tenor Philip Langridge looks at one of Britten's most famous roles, the tormented Suffolk fisherman Peter Grimes. See Friday at 2pm
Live from Worcester Cathedral. Introit: Ich lasse dich nicht (Bach). Responses: Adrian
- Lucas. Office Hymn: 0 Christ, Who Art
Light and Day (Christe Qui Lux). Psalm: 119, vv73-88 (Barnby, Havergal). First Lesson:
Jonah 3. Canticles: Fourth Service (Tomkins). Second Lesson: Luke 18, vv9-14. Anthem:
Attende Domine (Villette). Final Hymn: Ah Holy Jesu, How Hast Thou Offended (Herzliebster Jesu ). Organ Voluntary: Prelude (Suite, Op 5) (Duruf le). Master of the choristers
Adrian Lucas. Assistant organist Christopher Allsop.
Puccini: La Boheme
Puccini is revered as one of the great tunesmiths but, as Catherine Bott reveals, there is much more to his art. With Katie van Kooten (soprano), Peter Auty (tenor) and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Edward Gardner.
Aled Jones looks at the history of the Glasgow Orpheus Choir under its inspirational founder Hugh Roberton.
From the last living Neanderthal to Phoenician conmen and ardent jihadists, the two square miles that form the rock of Gibraltar have been invaded and contested by nearly every major civilisation in European history. This tiny piece of land has been slow to give up the secrets of its past, but Michael Portillo uses modern archaeological methods to unearth the real inhabitants of this rock of contention. Producer Philip Sellars
A radio adaptation of the Young Vic/Royal Exchange co-production of Dennis Kelly 's funny and heart-wrenching exploration of the devastating impact of debt and desire in the modern world. Jess, who is in love with David, believes that happiness can be bought - but in a world of easy credit, it doesn't come cheap. producer Nadia Molinari ; Director Matthew Dunster
From London to Paris
Sophie Okonedo and Kenneth Cranham read a selection of poetry and prose around the theme of the two great cities. With words by Samuel Johnson , Wordsworth, Verlaine, George Orwell and Fleur Adcock , and music by Gibbons, Noël
Coward, Elgar, Pierre Boulez and Yves Montand. Producer Jessica Issacs EMAIL: email@example.com For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic
Lucie Skeaping traces the revival of the viol consort in the 20th century.
Presented by John Shea.
Philip Haqemann Amadeus Mozart Two Canons: Figaro and Ave Maria, K554 Mozart , arr Doqaro Alphabet Song Donald Moore Peace I Leave with You Mozart , arr
Sarchizov Wiegenlied Mozart Nocturnes: No 1, K346; No 4, K549: Komm lieber Mai und mache Mozart, arr Martelli Ave Verum Corpus Mozart , arr Nequlescu Lacrimosa
(Requiem) Mozart Magic Flute, Act 2 (excerpts) L Mozart, arr Millsby Bourree and Polonaise for Wolfgang Amadeus : Concert Rehearsal Praetorius Viva , Viva la Musica
1.46 David Diamond Rounds 2.01 Jenner Trio in E flat
2.28 Brahms Symphony No 2 in D 3.09 Schubert Arpeggione Sonata, D821 3.33 Caurroy 11 Fantasias on 16th-century songs
4.00 Sweelinck Fantasia in G minor 4.06 Telemann Concerto in D minor for two chalumeaux 4.18 Bach Sarabande (Partita No 1 in B minor, BWV1002) 4.22 Poulenc Sarabande
4.24 Frescobaldi, arr Bartok Toccata and Fugue in GIG minor 4.34 Bartok, arr Zathureczky For Children (excerpts) 4.40 Bizet Parle-Moi de Ma Mere: Seguidilla (Carmen) 4.53 Sibelius Lemminkainen 's Return. Op 22 No 4 5.00 Wegelius Rondo quasi Fantasia
5.11 Hess Suite in B flat, Op 45 5.21 Gilse String Quartet
5.31 Grieq Bondens Sang, Op 65 No 2; Hailing, Op 47 No 4
5.35 Kreisler Nina , after Pergolesi's Tre Giorni Son che Nina
5.39 Abel Symphony in E flat, Op 10 No 3 5.48
Mozart Abendempfindung , K523 5.54 Beethoven Nine Variations on Quant'e Piu Bello , WoO 69 6.00 Alablev Overture in F minor 6.12 Sibelius Six Impromptus, Op 5 6.29 Dohnanyl Variations on a Nursery Song, Op 25 6.54 Schubert, arr Schonherr Marche Militaire No 1 in D, D733