7.00-8.30: Handel Concerto Grosso in G minor, Op6No6
Les Arts Florissants, director William Christie Debussy, orch Kocsis Images Oubliees
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Zoltan Kocsis Wagner Overture: Rienzi Cleveland Orchestra, conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi
8.30-10.00: Schumann Kinderszenen , Op 15 Radu Lupu (piano)
Tchaikovsky, orch Stravinsky Variation d'Aurore; Entr'acte Symphonique (The Sleeping Beauty) Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor David Atherton
Mozart Symphony No 28 in C, K200
Orchestra of the 18th Century, conductor Frans Bruggen
With James Jolly.
Tchaikovsky Letter Scene (Eugene Onegin , Act 1) Anna Netrebko (soprano),
Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre, conductor Valery Gergiev
10.14 Beethoven Bagatelles , Opp 126 and 133 (excerpts) Friedrich Guida , Andras Schiff , Glenn Gould (piano)
10.25 Strauss Symphonia Domestica
Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra , conductor David Zinman
11.10 Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 7 Alexander Toradze
11.29 Bach Cantata No 211: Schweigt, stille, plaudert nicht (Coffee Cantata)
Emma Kirkby (soprano), Rogers Covey-Crump
(tenor), David Thomas (bass), Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord)
2/5. Donald Macleod explores the composer's relationship with three of his most notable musical contemporaries - Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. Piano Sonata in B flat, Op 24 No 2 Nikolai Demidenko Symphony in B flat
London Mozart Players, conductor Matthias Bamert Piano Sonata in G minor, Op 34 No 2 Christopher Szaja Sager <R)
Introduced by Penny Gore .
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Edinburgh International Festival 2007
Jane Irwin (soprano) joins the Hebrides Ensemble in the opening concert of the Queen's Hall Series. Janacek Mladi
Mahler, arr Edward Harper Kindertotenlieder Nigel Osborne Balkan Dances and Laments Berio Folksongs
2.30 BBC Proms 2007
Another chance to hear a concert from the Royal Albert Hall in London, presented by Penny Gore. Featuring Oliver Knussen and the BBC
Symphony Orchestra. Schoenberg's Five Pieces were given their first performance at the 1912 Proms, while Knussen's Violin Concerto was first heard here in 2003. Also featured tonight is the UK premiere of a recent work by the 81-year-old Henze, and a performance of another Knussen favourite, Stravinsky's Rite of Spring.
Leila Josefowicz (violin), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Oliver Knussen
Schoenberq Five Orchestral Pieces, Op 16 Oliver Knussen Violin Concerto
Hans Werner Henze Sebastian im Traum Stravinsky The Rite of Spring
4.00 From Wigmore Hall, London Schubert Schwanengesang, D957
Mark Padmore (tenor), Roger Vignoles (piano)
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music, with studio guests and a round-up of news from the arts world.
Presented live from the Royal Albert Hall by Martin Handley. The London Symphony
Orchestra and its new principal conductor present an-all Russian programme: Tchaikovsky's two fantasy overtures reflect this year's Proms focus on Shakespeare; Prokofiev's Seventh Symphony was written under the watchful eyes of Stalin's censors: and his youthful Second Concerto is considered one of the most challenging in the repertoire.
Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Romeo and Juliet Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 2
8-30 Twenty Minutes: What Can Russia Teach Us? The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams , a keen student of Russian literature and thought, is writing a book on Dostoyevsky. He talks about his interests to Lesley Chamberlain.
8.50 Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Hamlet Prokofiev Symphony No 7 Alexander Toradze (piano)
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev
This Prom is repeated onThursday 6 September at 2.30pm
Verity Sharp introduces more recordings by members of Radio 3's New Generation Artists scheme, including baritone Ronan Collett in German song, and piano improvisations by Gwilym Simcock.
John Shea presents a sequence of music with a featured Proms performer leading the way, beginning as Valery Gergiev conducts the Kirov Orchestra in the Prelude to Musorgsky's opera Khovanshchina.
2/3. Female writers give their impressions of life at 11pm in three cities. Tonight: Frances Byrnes.
Fiona Talkington introduces music for mizmar by the Upper Egypt Ensemble, cello and synthesizer improvisations by Frances-Marie Uitti and Jonathan Harvey , and a Scarlatti sonata transcribed for guitar by Jurgen Schollmann.
Presented by Jonatham Swain. Buonamente Aria di Fiorenza
Caccini Tuttol di Piango; Tu Ch'ai le Penne; Muove Si Dolce: Caduca Fiamma: Innefabile Ardor Allegrl Ballo delle Ninfe
Belli Orfeo Dolente
Le Poeme Harmonique, director Vincent Dumestre
2.08 Nielsen Symphony No 6 (Sinfonia Semplice)
2.44 Maldere Sinfonia in A (Viola Obligata)
2.57 Beethoven String Quartet in E flat, Op 127
3.41 Busoni Sechs kurze Stücke zur Pflege des polyphonen Spiels (excerpts)
4.00 Rossini Overture: The Barber of Seville
4.08 Boulogne Violin Concerto in D
4.29 Cornazano Figlie Guilielmin
4.31 Guerrero Di, Perra Mora
4.34 Haydn String Quartet in B minor, Op 33 No!
4.52 Chopin Preludes Op 28: No 1 in C: No 2 in A minor: No 3 in C; No 4 in E minor: No 5 in D
5.00 Glinka Trio in D minor (Pathetique)
5.16 Stravinsky Ballet: Pulcinella
5.53 Mozart Three Marches, K408
6.06 Mendelssohn Three Etudes, Op 104
6.14 Bach Violin Concerto in A minor, BWV1041
6.29 Strauss Traumerei am Kamin (Intermezzo)
6.36 Farnaby Fancies, Toyes and Dreames
6.42 Paganini Etude No 2 in E flat
6.48 Crusell Introduction and Variations on a Swedish Drinking Song, Op 12