With Alistair Appleton. Including at 8.30 a Poem for Today, featuring a work written and read by Lemn Sissay , plus a Haydn piano sonata at 9.00.
With lain Burnside, who is joined by composer and actor Philip Pope for a showcase of musical parody, including works by Mozart, Chabrier, Bartok and Dudley Moore. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Berkeley is joined by composer and novelist Amit Chaudhuri (Freedom Song, A New World), who also teaches creative writing at the University of East Anglia. Music informs much of his literary work, including his most recent novel, The Immortals. His choices range from a Beethoven piano sonata to the Gil Evans/Miles Davis take on Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez and a song by Joni Mitchell. Plus music from Chaudhuri's native India, including a setting of a poem sung by his mother Bijoya Chaudhuri. ,
2/2. Accompanied by Haydn expert Balazs Mikusi , Lucie Skeaping continues her tour round
Esterhaza Palace in north-western Hungary, where Haydn spent 29 years as Kapellmeister. She also visits the workshop of Austrian instrument-maker Wolfgang Weichselbaumer , who built two lire organizzate - a sort of hybrid of chamber organ and hurdy-gurdy - heard on a recent Haydn recording made by the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges and Christophe Coin.
Fiona Talkington introduces listeners' favourites, including Mozart's Marriage of Figaro and Beethoven's Waldstein sonata. This week's guest reguester is Andrew Marr.
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Wednesday's service from Southwell Minster. Introit: The Last and Greatest Herald (Bullock). Responses: Clucas. Office Hymn: On This High
Feast Day Honour We the Baptist (Diva Servatrix). Psalms: 80, 82 (Crotch, Ashfield, Turner). First
Lesson: Malachi 4. Canticles: Westminster Service (Howells). Second Lesson: Matthew 11, vv2-19. Anthem: Heralds of Christ (Robert Ashfield).
Final Hymn: On Jordan's Bank the Baptist's Cry
(Winchester New); Festal Te Deum in G (Sumsion). Organ Voluntary: Improvisation sur le Te Deum
(Tournemire, transcr Dumf le). Rector chori Paul Hale. Assistant director of music Philip White-Jones .
Prokofiev Symphony No 5. Prokofiev biographer David Nice joins the BBC Symphony Orchestra and conductor David Robertson to explore the Russian composer's Fifth Symphony, written in 1944. They consider the work in the light of the time in which it was composed, and in the context of the other 1940s works by Prokofiev.
Anthony Rooley joins Aled Jones for a tribute to Victorian composer Robert Lucas Pearsall
(1795-1856), one of Britain's great unsung choral heroes. Plus further highlights from this month's Tampere Vocal Festival in Finland.
By Zinnie Harris. Set in a nation haunted by its war crimes, this radio version of the Traverse Theatre's Edinburgh Festival Fringe production is a brutal and raw exploration of politics, justice and revenge. Contains strong language and violent scenes.
Producer David Ian Neville ; Director Dominic Hill
The US-Mexico border is now regarded by many as a low-grade war zone and the most dangerous frontier on earth. Some 12 million Mexican-born people now live in America, many of them illegally, and the number is set to rise significantly. Claudine LoMonaco examines how the new fortifications built by the US government are tackling illegal drugs and human trafficking. Producer Anthony Denselow
An exploration of the identity of the Irish through landscape, celebrating the beauty of the country and the melancholy that pervades its history. Lorcan Cranitch and Orla Charlton read from works by Seamus Heaney, PJ Kavanagh and Derek Mahon with music by John Cage and Arnold Bax, the sounds of Liam O'Flynn on the Uillean pipes, and flute player Michael McGoldrick.
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Claire Martin introduces a concert set by guitarist John Goldie (Spirit of Django, Scottish Guitar
Group), recorded at the Recital Room, City Hall, Glasgow. Plus news of the Wigan Jazz Festival, which starts on 11 July. Producer Keith Loxam
Beethoven Piano Sonata in F minor, Op 2 No 1
1.21 Bruckner Symphony No 7 in E 2.29 Nicolai Mass in D 3.01 Tchaikovsky String Quartet No 1 in D, Op 11
3.31 Brahms Two Motets, Op 29 3.43 Franck Organ Choral No I in E, M38 3.56 Rameau Suite in G (Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin)
4.11 Satle Parade 4.25 Ravel, arr Neuberth Pièce en forme de habanera 4.27 Faure, arr Doney Piece
4.31 Offenbach The Doll's Song (The Tales of Hoffmann) 4.37 Rimsky-Korsakov Suite: Tsar Saltan
5.01 Feremans Preludium and fughetta (The Bronze Heart) 5.05 Sjoqren Prelude and Fugue No 3 in C,
Op posth 5.14 Jongen Elegie nocturnale, Op 95 No 1
5.25 Telemann Trio No I (Essercizii Musici ) 5.37 Kuhlau Introduction et variations sur la Romance de /'opera Euryanthe 5.50 Rozycki Anheli , Op 22 6.12
Turina Danzas fantasticas, Op 22 6.28 Anon Puse mis amores
6.32 Anon Puis Fortuna 6.35 Morata Pues que no puedo olvidarte 6.38 Rodriqo Concierto serenata