Berlioz Overture: King Lear LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS
7.21* Chausson Poeme, for violin and orchestra
PINCHAS ZUKERMAN LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS
7.38* Turina Danzas fantasticas PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL FRUHBECK DE BURGOS gramophone records
Walton Scapino: A Comedy Overture LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER
8.14* Weber Clarinet Concerto No2. in E flat GERVASE DE PEYER LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS
8.36* Mozart Symphony No 31, in D (Paris) (K 297) BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by Karl Bohm
Morley featuring pieces from his First Booke of Canzonets to Two Voyces (1595)
Leave now mine eyes lamenting; I should for grief and anguish (mono)
MARY THOMAS (soprano)
JOHN WHITWORTH (counter-tenor) La girandola; II lamento; La caccia
BRUGGEN CONSORT directed by FRANS BRÜGGEN
Sweet nymph, come to thy lover; I go before, my darling ALFRED AND MARK DELLER (counter-tenors)
When, lo, by break of morning: Miraculous love's wounding DELLER CONSORT directed by ALFRED DELLER
Arise, awake, awake; Hard by a crystal fountain
PRO CANTIONE ANTIQUA directed by IAN PARTRIDGE gramophone records
Bocchcrini Quintet in c, Op 37 No 7
Mozart Quintet in G minor (K 516)
10.25* Interval Reading
10.38* Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Ensemble Part 2 Brahms
Sextet in B flat, Op 18
(King's Lynn Festival 1976 concert, recorded in Holkham Hall, sponsored by the Norfolk Association for Amateur Music) BBC Birmingham
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The First Test in the Cornhill Insurance Series England v
The Oval on the first day's play by JOHN ARLOTT , BRIAN JOHNSTON , DON MOSEY and ALAN Richards , with expert comment and summaries by TREVOR BAILEY and FRED TRUEMAN
Close-of-play summary by TONY LEWIS
Scorer BILL FRINDALL
1.40* The Great Match-New Zealand v England at Wellington, February 1978. A match described as New Zealand's Kreatest moment in cricket. when they beat England for the first time. DON MOSEY , who followed the England tour, recalls this memorable event,
2.0* Lunchtime scoreboard /
2.1C-6.40 Commentary with teatime and close-of-play summaries.
The Wider World
6.40 Who Cares about The Commonwealth?
2: The Rich and the Poor
Speakers recorded in Australia, Cyprus, India, Malawi, Mauritius. New Zealand. Nigeria. Sierra Leone and Trinidad comment on the potential role of the Commonwealth in bringing about a new international economic order.
Introduced by MICHAEL STEPHENS , a former Secretary of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association.
7.0 Industrial Democracy 8: What Next*
Having examined, over the last seven weeks, the various and often conflicting definitions of industrial democracy. GEOFFREY STUTTARD discusses the main issues now confronting British managers, workers and trades unions - and the possible role of government in resolving them. Series producer
Direct from the Royal Albert Hall
Jean-Rodolphe Kars (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, guest leader Michael Davis, conducted by Serge Baudo
Messiaen Oiseaux exotiques; Et exspecto resurrectionem mortuorum
Franco Ferrarrotti. Professor of Sociology at the University of Rome, places today's Italian terrorist movements against the background of a divided society - divided as an unforeseen result of good intentions and social engineering.
Stravinsky Oedipus Rex
BBC Singers (men's voices) director John Poole
BBC Symphony Orchestra guest leader Michael Davis, conducted by Andrew Davis
Professor Michael Hannan of Stanford University talks about the unexpected results of a recent social experiment in the United States to see it any relationship could be found between marital instability and the provision of welfare payments.
Fourth of six programmes of chamber music by members of the family, including all the flute music by .1. S. Bach.
J. S. Bach Sonata in A minor, for flute (BWV 1013)
J. S. Bach Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue (harpsichord)
C. P. E. Bach Sonata in A minor, for flute (Wq 132)
Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach Trio in c. major, for two flutes and viola
JAMES GALWAY (flute)
EDWARD BECKETT (flute) ROGER BEST (ViOla)
COLIN TILNEY (harpsichord)
The novelist and critic Susan Sontag 's life-long addiction to photographs has resulted in a series of reflective essays written over the past six years and now collected as On Photographu. The book became a surprise bestseller in America and won the National Book Critic Circle Award for criticism. though she disclaims that it is a critical work. TO write about photography is to enquire into the changing nature of the way we perceive the world. Miss Sontag believes, and in conversation with PHILIP FRENCH she discusses some of the issues raised in her book. followed by an interlude
Sehnsucht (Der Lerche wolkennahe Lieder)
JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano) (: 1973)
BBC Music Guide: Schubert Songs, by Maurice Brown , 75p, from bookshops