Comprehensive forecast for UK land areas and inshore waters
Johann Strauss (father) Radetzkv March
ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
Ferenc Farkas Five 17th-century Hungarian Dances ALBION WIND ENSEMBLE
Stanford Drake's Drum Keel Trade Winds
Warlock Captain Stratton's Fancy: JOHN SHIRLEY QUIRK (bar), VIOLA TUNNARD (piano)
Debussy Three Symphonic Sketches: La mer
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by CARLO MARIA GIULINI: records
A monthly selection of Clare's poetry, chosen and read by Robin Holmes
Introduced by John Lade Building a Library: Schubert 's Death and the Maiden ' String Quartet, by JOHN WARRACK.
Latest developments In Hi-Fi, by BARRY FOX.
New orchestral records, b\ RICHARD OSBORNE.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 1, in G minor (Winter Daydreams)
ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN gramophone record
The second of six children's concerts, direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London
Gavin McNaughton (bassoon)
BBC Concert Orchestra leader JOHN BRADBURY
Introduced and conducted by Bernard Keeffe
Schubert Overture: Rosamunde (Die Zauberharfe)
Elgar Romance for bassoon and orchestra
Martinu Prelude; Dance with the Hare; At the Magician's Palace (Spalicek: Ballet Suite No 1) Copland Quiet City
Chabrier Rhapsody: Espana
ST AUSTELL BAND conductor ALBERT CHAPPELL Dean Goffin Rhapsody in Brass
Herbert Howells Cortege (Pageantry)
Edward Gregson Symphonic Study: The Plantagenets. BBC Bristol followed by an interlude
Nicholas Kenyon presents a ladies' programme.
Carissimi's Lament of Mary Stuart and Handel's La Lucrezia are sung by CATHERINE BOIT (soprano). With ANTHONY PLEETH (cello) and DAVID RORLOU (harpsichord); between them Christopher Hogwood considers the content of the two Notebooks of Anna Magdalena Bach (1722-1725) and the recent analyses of their source material and handwriting; and EMMA KIRKBY and MARK CAUDLE join him in a selection of songs, of faith, love and death, and keyboard interludes drawn from these domestic scrapbooks.
Nicholas Anderson introduces his personal selection of outstanding music broadcasts of the past week.
with Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts
Richard Cork (in the Chair), talks to Anthony Quinton , Anthony Thwaite and Margaret Walters.
Enjoy by Alan Bennett at the Vaudeville Theatre: the Michael Andrews retrospective at the Hay-ward: Bruce Beresford 's film Breaker Morant; The Penguin Book of Light Verse and The Penguin Book of Unrespectable Verse: and The Prague Trial 79 on Radio 3.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
The 12th of 13 programmes in which Byrd's settings of the Mass Proper in his Gradualia of 1605 and 1607 are performed in liturgical sequence with settings of the Ordinary of the Mass by Byrd and by continental composers: All Saints
Claude Le Jeune Missa ad placitum
Byrd Mass Propers a 5: Introit: Kyrie; Gloria; Collect; Epistle; Gradual; Alleluia: Gospel; Credo; Offertory: Preface; Sanctus; Benedictus; Elevation Motet: Agnus Dei ; Communion
PURCELL CONSORT , conductor GRAYSTON BURGESS , WALTER HILLSMAN (organ)
An Idea of England in 1198 The first of four selections from the journal of this courageous and enthusiastic traveller
Compiled by MELISSA DUNDAS and introduced by Michael Bakewell 1: East Anglia
Read by Prunella Scales Producer MARGARET ETALL followed by an interlude
Music drama in one act by Strauss. Libretto by HEDWIG LACHMANN from a play by OSCAR WILDE (sung in German)
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by KARL BOHM
4 simultaneous broad,ast vith BBC2
John Warrack shows how the composers of the romantic era sought refuge in the world of letters, and considers the fictional creations of Hoffmann, Weber and Berlioz.
played and introduced by Peter Hurford
Organ of the Domkirche. St Polten, Austria
Prelude and Fugue in c minor (BWV 546); Fugue in G minor (Bwv 578); Toccata and Fugue in D minor (Dorian) (Bwv 538) (Recording facilities of Austrian Radio)
Adagio for strings
ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER : record