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: Breakfast

Presented by Charlotte Wilson . Including a Free Thought after 8.30. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Rossini Overture: Robert Bruce Gesualdo Luci Serene e Chiare
8.00-9.00: Bach, arr Berio Contrapunctus XIX (Art of Fugue) Mozart Oboe Quartet in F, K370
9.00-10.00: Villa-Lobos Hommage a Chopin Bach Cantata No 55: Ich armer Mensch, ich Sundenknecht

Contributors

Presented By: Charlotte Wilson
Unknown: Robert Bruce

: lain Burnside

The Black Sea port of Odessa has produced some of the finest musicians of the past century, including violinists David Oistrakh and Nathan Milstein , and pianists Sviatoslav Richter ,
Shura Cherkassky and Emil Gilels. lain Burnside sets out to discover the city's secret. EMAIL: [address removed]

Contributors

Violinists: David Oistrakh
Violinists: Nathan Milstein
Pianists: Sviatoslav Richter
Pianists: Shura Cherkassky
Pianists: Emil Gilels.

: Private Passions

Michael Berkeley talks to Peter Kosminsky , director of award-winning TV dramas tackling highly controversial social and political issues, including child abuse (No Child of Mine), the Balkan and Iraq wars (Warriors, The Government Inspector) and Muslim extremism (Britz). His musical choices include Beethoven's Pastoral symphony, Mozart's Requiem, Philip Glass's The Photographer and Bruch's Kol Nidrei.

Contributors

Talks: Michael Berkeley
Unknown: Peter Kosminsky

: The Early Music Show

Lucie Skeaping presents highlights of a concert given earlier this year at the York Early Music Festival by the Choir of New College, Oxford, directed by Edward Higginbottom. Recorded in St Michael le Belfry beside York Minster, it reflects the festival's theme of Exile, Music in a Strange Land, and includes works by Purcell, Matthew Locke and Francois Couperin. Plus a feature on a group of Italian musicians led by Innocenzo Fede , who worked at James It's court at Whitehall. Producer Rebecca Bean

Contributors

Directed By: Edward Higginbottom.
Unknown: Matthew Locke
Unknown: Francois Couperin.
Unknown: Innocenzo Fede

: Radio 3 Requests

Chi-chi Nwanoku presents listeners' favourites. ADDRESS: Radio Requests, BBC Wales, CF5 2YQ
Phone: [number removed]. email: [address removed]

: Choral Evensong

Another chance to hear Wednesday's service from Peterborough Cathedral. Introit: Holy Is the True Light (Harris). Responses: Clucas. Office Hymn: 0 Jesu, Saviour of Mankind
(JesuRedemptor Omnium). Psalm: 78 (Howells, Bayler, Noble, Flintoft, Reid, Baker. Mann). First Lesson: Micah 3. Canticles: Chichester Service
(Lennox Berkeley). Second Lesson: John 17, w20-26. Anthem: A New Song (James MacMillan ). Final Hymn: Give Us the Wings of Faith (San
Rocco). Organ Voluntary: Ite Missa Est (Missa de
Gloria) (Leighton). Director of music Andrew Reid , Assistant director of music Francesca Massey.

Contributors

Song: James MacMillan
Music: Andrew Reid
Music: Francesca Massey.

: Discovering Music

Charles Hazlewood is joined by the BBC Philharmonic and cellist Robert Cohen to explore two of Tchaikovsky's 18th-century inspired works - the Rococo variations and orchestral suite Mozartiana.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Hazlewood
Unknown: Robert Cohen

: The Choir

Aled Jones introduces music recorded this summer at the RheinVokal Festival in Germany, including highlights from a concert of English music dedicated to St Cecilia, plus madrigals by Gesualdo and a performance of Scarlatti's Stabat Mater.

Contributors

Introduces: Aled Jones
Unknown: Stabat Mater.

: Sunday Feature: Byzantium

Professor Judith Herrin discusses Byzantium's 1,000-year civilisation, which extended from the fourth to the 15th century, and had a profound influence on all the countries of the eastern
Mediterranean, the Balkans and Western Europe. Among other things she argues that the most striking characteristic of Byzantium was its combination of Christianity with ancient Greek learning and Roman imperial ideology - a reality at odds with the modern stereotype of a tyrannical government by effeminate, cowardly men and corrupt eunuchs. Producer Sara Davies

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Judith Herrin
Producer: Sara Davies

: Drama on 3: Black Watch

By Gregory Burke. An adaptation of the National Theatre of Scotland's award-winning stage production. Hurtling from a pool room in Fife to an armoured wagon in Iraq, this play is based on interviews conducted by Burke with former soldiers who served as part of the Coalition.
Producer David Ian Neville ; Director John Tiffany

Contributors

Unknown: Gregory Burke.
Producer: David Ian Neville
Director: John Tiffany
Stewarty: All Craig
Fraz: Emun Elliott
Granty: Paul Rattray
Cammy: Brian Ferguson
Kenzie: Ryan Fletcher
Officer: Peter Forbes
Sergeant: Paul Hiqqins
Writer: Paul Hiqqins
Rossco: Jordan Young

: Words and Music

Wild Wood. An exploration of this beguiling and bewildering place with music by Wagner, Schubert, John Coltrane and Radiohead. The readers are Emma Fielding and John Rowe. EMAIL: [address removed]
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme. visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic

Contributors

Unknown: John Coltrane
Unknown: Emma Fielding
Unknown: John Rowe.

: Jazz Line-Up

Claire Martin introduces a performance by Clare Teal and the BBC Big Band, conducted by Barry Forgie , given at the Grand Hall in Scarborough's Spa Complex as part of the sixth Scarborough Jazz Festival.

Contributors

Introduces: Claire Martin
Unknown: Clare Teal
Conducted By: Barry Forgie

: Through the Night

Presented by Susan Sharpe.
Gounod Mors et Vita Barbara Frittoli (soprano), Lidia Tirendi (mezzo), Zoran Todorovich (tenor),
Davide Damiani (baritone), Budapest Radio Choir, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Marcello Viotti
3.19 Haydn Trio in A, H XV 18 136 Montsalvatge Concierto Breve 4.00 Guerrero Ojos Claros y Serenos; Prado Verde y Florido Anon Ay Jesus Que Mal Fraile 4.11 Arvo Part Fratres
4.23 Byrd 0 Mistress Mine, I Must - variations for keyboard, MB28 83 4.30 Vaszy Comedy Overture 4.35 Wagner Prelude and Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde) 4.53 Enna
Overture: The Match Girl 5.00 Hellendaal Cello Sonata in D, Op 5 No 2 5.11 Bach Chorale Prelude: Vater unser im
Himmelreich, BWV683 5.13 Spadi Anchor Che col Partire, Diminution des Madrigals von Cipriano de Rore
5.17 Rore Anchor Che col partire 5.24 A Gabrieli
Anchor Che co'l Partire 5.28 Kutev Symphonic Dances
5.38 Addinsell Warsaw Concerto 5.48 Paderewski
6 Lieder, Op 18, (excerpts) 6.00 Debussy La Cathédrale Engloutie (Preludes, Book 1) 6.06 Mozart Violin Concerto No 2 in D, K2116.28 Andriessen Miroir de Peine
6AZ Saint-Saens Variations on theme by Beethoven, Op 35

Contributors

Presented By: Susan Sharpe.
Soprano: Vita Barbara Frittoli
Soprano: Lidia Tirendi
Tenor: Zoran Todorovich
Tenor: Davide Damiani
Conductor: Marcello Viotti








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