7.00-8.30: Vivaldi Concerto in D minor for viola d'amore, lute and orchestra, RV540 Manfredo Kraemer (viola d'amore), director Rolf Lislevand (lute) and friends
Wagner, transcr Liszt Liebestod (Tristan and Isolde) Andreas Haefliger (piano)
Tavener Fragment for the Virgin Nicola Benedetti (violin), LSO, conductor Daniel Harding
8.30-10.00: Britten Moderate and Nocturne (Sonatina Romantica) Stephen Hough (piano) Brahms Alto Rhapsody, Op 53
Janet Baker (mezzo), LSO, conductor Adrian Boult Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F BWV1047 Concerto Italiano, director Rinaldo Alessandrini
With Sarah Walker . Smetana String Quartet No 2 in D minor
10.19 Kapustin Prelude in Jazz Style, Op 53 No 9 Steven Os borne (piano)
10.22 Messiaen Regard de la Croix (Vingt Regards sur L'Enfant-Jésus) Steven Osborne (piano)
10.27 Liszt Andante Lagrimoso
(Harmonies Poétiques et Religieuses, S173) Steven Osborne (piano)
10.36 Mahler Symphony No 2 (Resurrection)
Heather Harper (soprano), Helen Watts (mezzo), London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti
2/5. Donald Macleod turns his attention to the music Frank Martin wrote in the 1930s a decade during which he really hit his stride as a composer. He talks to Martin's 92-year-old widow, Maria, and features one of his greatest and most prescient works - Le Vin Herbe.
Air (Four Short Pieces for Guitar) Michalis Kontaxakis Danse de la Peur
Paul Badura-Skoda and Sebastian Benda (pianos), Orchestra della Svissera Italiana , conductor Christian Benda
Ballade John Harle (saxophone), Ronald Brautigam (piano),
Royal Concertgebouw, conductor Riccardo Chailly Le Vin Herbe (excerpt)
Scharoun Ensemble, RIAS Chamber Choir, director Daniel Reuss
Introduced by Penny Gore .
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert Hay Music Festival
1/4. The first of four concerts with a literary twist, recorded at this year's Hay Festival. Today, Schubert's setting of poems by the German Romantics Ludwig Rellstab , Heinrich Heine and Johann Seidl. Jonathan Lemalu (baritone), Malcolm Martineau (piano) Schubert Schwanengesang
2.00 BBC Proms 2007
Another chance to hear last Thursday's Prom concert from London's Royal Albert Hall.
Daniel Hope (violin), Philip Dukes (viola), Christian Poltera (cello), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis Delius A Song of Summer Tippett Triple Concerto
Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5 Repeated from Thursday
3.30 From Wiqmore Hall, London Grieg Violin Sonata in C minor, Op 45
Daniel Hope (violin), Sebastian Knauer (piano) Bach, transcr Liszt
Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV543 Beethoven Piano Sonata in B flat, Op 106 (Hammerklavier) Freddy Kempf
Petroc Trelawny presents a selection of music, with studio guests and a round-up of arts news.
C Two iconic works inspired by the natural world open and close tonight's Prom:
LIVE Sibelius's terrifying portrait of Tapio the Finnish forest god, and Debussy's impressionistic seascape. Plus works by Britten and Varese. Introduced live from the Royal Albert Hall in London by Martin Handley.
Steven Osborne (piano), Tenebrae (men's voices), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ilan Volkov Sibelius Tapiola
Britten Piano Concerto (revised version, 1945)
8.00 Twenty Minutes: Summer Nights in Spain
Writer Chris Stewart is well-known for his books about moving to a mountain farm in Andalusia, where he still lives. In this talk, he reflects on the atmosphere and experiences of Spanish summer nights.
8.20 Varese Ecuatorial Debussy La Mer
This concert is also broadcast on BBC4 at 7.30pm Repeated on Tuesday 7 August at 2.15pm
Paul Farley investigates the people and places that shaped Wilfred Owen 's life and work, exploring locales that include Broxton in Cheshire, Dunsden in Oxfordshire, and Craiglockhart, the hospital for shell-shocked soldiers in Edinburgh, where Owen met
Siegfried Sassoon. He also climbs to the attic room in Ripon in which Owen wrote some of his most powerful poems. Producer Julian May
I Verity Sharp introduces tonight's late-night I Prom from the Royal Albert Hall in London, featuring premieres from two of contemporary music's most eminent living figures, with Boulez's major reworking of an earlier instrumental work and Birtwistle's dark and sonorous setting of words by the Chilean revolutionary poet Pablo Neruda. BBC Singers, London Sinfonietta, conductor Susanna Malkki
Pierre Boulez Dérive 2 (revised version) (first UK performance)
Harrison Birtwistle Neruda Madrigales
(BBC co-commission: first London performance) Music choices: page 120
Fiona Talkington presents highlights from last weekend's Womad festival with performances by Korean percussionists Dulsori and Senegalese kora maestro Seckou Keita.
Presented by Susan Sharpe. Grandi Deus Qui Nos Tantis; Cantemus Domino Monteverdi 0 Bone Jesu; 0 Quam
Pulchra Est Grandi Jesu Mi Dulcissime; Plorabo Die ac Nocte Monteverdi Cantate Domino Castello Sonata Seconda Rovetta Cantate Domino Grandi 0 Intermerate Monteverdi Ego Flos Campi Kantus Kobenhavn
1.54 Shostakovich Symphony No 5
2.44 Schubert Octet in F, D803
3.43 Fasch Lute Concerto in D minor
3.58 Stenhammar Florez and Blanzeflor, Op 3
4.06 Kodaly Sonatina for celloand piano
4.16 Kutev Pastoral for flute and orchestra 4.27 Wolf
Intermezzo in E flat for string quartet 4.38 Mozart, arr
Grieg Sonata in G, K283 4.52 Sorkocevlc Symphony No 3 in D 5.00 Fasch Sonata in D minor 5.09 Gllse Stabile , Op 11
5.43 Rossini Overture: La Gazza Ladra 5.53 Mozart
Bassoon Concerto in B flat, K1916.13 Vivaldi Nulla in Mundo Pax Sincera, RV630 6.20 Mendelssohn String Quartet in D, Op 44 No 16.47 Dukas The Sorcerer's Apprentice