Music with a Fugue
Weinberger's Schwanda the Bagpiper, Walton's Prelude and Spitfire Fugue, and Hoist's Fugal Concerto; together with orchestrations by Holst and Stokowski of works by Bach; and jazz fugues by Alec Templeton and Leonard Bernstein. gramophone records
Weber, orch Berlioz Invitation to the Dance
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HORST STEIN
Sibeliua Symphonic Poem: Pohjola's Daughter
SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ALEXANDER GIBSON
Saint-Saëns Symphony No 3, in c minor: LEONARD RAVER (organ) NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN : records
Two characteristic marches (D 886); Sonata in B flat major (D 617); Lebensstiirme in A minor (D 947); Fantasia in F minor (D 940): BRACHA EDEN and ALEXANDER TAMIR (piano duet)
medium only: VHF programmes between these times begin in column 5
The First Test in the Cornhill Insurance Series
England v New Zealand. Commentary from The
Oval on the third day's play
1.40* Call the Commentators - A chance to talk to two members of the commentary team: DON MOSEY, who covered the winter tour of Pakistan and New Zealand, and the visiting New Zealand commentator, ALAN RICHARDS.
If you'd like to put a question please write, with your telephone number, to 'Call The Commentators ', Test Match Special, BBC, London WIA 4WW
2.0* Lunchtime scoreboard
2.10*-6.40 Commentary with teatime and close-of-play summaries.
Mozart Quartet in D (K 575)
Mendelssohn Quartet in c minor, Op 44 No 2
direct from the Royal Albert Hall in the presence of HRH The Prince of Wales
I World Orchestra conductor Lawrence Foster Part 1 National Anthem
Britten Prelude and Fugue for 18-part string orchestra
Brahms Symphony No 3, in F
Stephen Carter , Senior Lecturer in Politics and Government at the City of London Polytechnic, examines Solzhenitsyn's political views in relation to certain 19th-century Russian intellectual traditions such as Slavophilism and ' the native soil movement and in particular to the politics of Dostoevsky.
Part 2 Bartok
Concerto for Orchestra
(Part 2 of this concert can be seen on BBC1 on 13 August)
F. A. Hayek , author of The Road to Serfdom and Law, Legislation and Liberty, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economic Science in 1974, reflects on the workings of the market economy in a series of three lectures.
1: Generating Wealth
In an advanced society we must obey a certain impersonal discipline, which sometimes makes it necessary for us to change our jobs or be satisfied with a smaller income. We rarely know the particular conditions which make it necessary to pursue one course, rather than another. However, Professor Hayek argues, it is possible to learn from the prices we find on the market what should be done in our own, as well as the general interest.
Concerto in A, for violin and strings, Op 10 No 2
ENSEMBLE INSTRUMENTAL DE
FRANCE, soloist and director JEAN-PIERRE WALLEZ
(Part of a recording from the Schwetzinger Festival 1978 made available by SDR, Stuttgart)
Deben Bhattacharya presents some of the songs and instrumental music he has recorded in Sikkim.
Tonight Derek Jewell plays sunny, summer sounds from LANDSCAPE, SEALS AND CROFTS, THE HOLLIES, CAROLE KING - and there is also music with a difference from the new album Some Girls by the ROLLING STONES: gramophone records
An Schwager Kronos IAN CADDY (baritone)
JENNIFER COULTAS (piano)
(From a BBC Young Artists Recital)