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with Richard Osborne. Record Review
Building.a a Library: Stravinsky's Violin Concerto with Paul Griffiths.
David Murray reviews Paul Crossley 's set of Poulenc's piano music. Richard Wigmore on discs of French Melodies.
10.50 Record Release
Poulenc Eight Nocturnes PAUL CROSSLEY (piano)
11.13 Faure La Chanson d'Eve: JANET BAKER (mezzo); GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano)
11.40 Faure Concerto
RODOLFO BONUCCI (violin) MEXICO STATE PO/BATIZ
11.58 Reynaldo Hahn
Quatre Chansons grises MADY mesple (soprano) DALTON BALDWIN (piano)
12.08 Mark Steyn talks with conductor John Mauceri about a new Kurt Weill recording project beginning with The Threepenny Opera.
12.35 Beethoven Sonata in D, Op 102 No 2 (Mono) PABLO CASALS (cello)
RUDOLF SERKIN (piano)
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS ('Record Revietv is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Osborne.
Unknown:
Paul Griffiths.
Unknown:
David Murray
Unknown:
Paul Crossley
Music:
Richard Wigmore
Piano:
Geoffrey Parsons
Violin:
Rodolfo Bonucci
Unknown:
Reynaldo Hahn
Piano:
Dalton Baldwin
Talks:
Mark Steyn
Conductor:
John Mauceri
Unknown:
Kurt Weill
Unknown:
Beethoven Sonata
Cello:
Pablo Casals
Piano:
Rudolf Serkin
Producer:
Anthony Cheevers

with Andy Smith.
West Indies v England
Third Cable and Wireless One-Day International
Ball-by-ball commentary from Kingston, Jamaica, by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS .
TONY COZIER. REDS PEREIRA. HUGH CROSSKILL and MAURICE FOSTER. Expert comments DAVID GOWER and MICHAEL HOLDING.

Contributors

Unknown:
Andy Smith.
Unknown:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown:
Tony Cozier.
Unknown:
Hugh Crosskill
Unknown:
Maurice Foster.
Unknown:
David Gower

KATHRYN STOTT (piano) BBC SCOTTISH SO, led by GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by JERZY MAKSYMIUK Musorgsky Prelude: Khovanshchina Lyell Cresswell Speak for Us, Great Sea Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2 in B flat
3.45 Interval Reading
3.50 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 2 (R)

Contributors

Piano:
Kathryn Stott
Unknown:
Geoffrey Trabichoff
Conducted By:
Jerzy Maksymiuk

Sheridan Morley (in the chair) talks with Anthony Thwaite Margaret Walters and John Wilders on: Lenny Bruce in Bondi by Anthony George (R3); new paintings by Mario Rossi at Anderson O'Day Fine Art, London; Ron Shelton 's film Blaze; Ibsen's When We Dead Awaken (Almeida Theatre); Where I Fell to Earth by Peter Conrad. Producer PHILIP FRENCH Mono

Contributors

Unknown:
Sheridan Morley
Unknown:
Anthony Thwaite
Unknown:
Margaret Walters
Unknown:
John Wilders
Unknown:
Lenny Bruce
Unknown:
Anthony George
Unknown:
Mario Rossi
Unknown:
Ron Shelton
Unknown:
Peter Conrad.

live from the Royal Festival Hall. Karol Szymanowski 's opera, the opening event in the South Bank's Szymanowski festival. SOUTHEND BOYS' CHOIR chorusmaster MICHAEL CRABB : BBC SINGERS BBC SYMPHONY CHORUS chorusmaster STEPHEN JACKSON ; BBC SO led by RODNEY FRIEND conducted by ANDREW DAVIS
8.00 David King reads from The Last Leopard by DAVID GILMOUR. (R)
8.20 Acts 2 and 3

Contributors

Unknown:
Karol Szymanowski
Unknown:
Michael Crabb
Unknown:
Stephen Jackson
Conducted By:
Andrew Davis
Conducted By:
David King
Unknown:
David Gilmour.
Archbishop:
Matthew Best (bass)
Archdeaconess:
Anne Collins (contralto)
King Roger II of Sicily:
David Wilson-Johnson (bar)
Edrisi:
Martyn Hill(tenor)
Roxana:
Eilene Hannan (sop)
Shepherd:
Wieslaw Ochman (tenor)

conducted by JAIME LAREDO (solo violin) MICHALA PETRI (recorder) Bach Suite No 1 in C (BWV 1066) Vivaldi Concerto in B flat (RV 548) (orig for oboe and violin) Malcolm Arnold Recorder Concerto Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending Bach Suite No 3 in D (BWV 1068) (Given last October in Queen s Hall. Edinburgh, m association with the Dunard Fund)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Jaime Laredo
Violin:
Malcolm Arnold

BBC Radio 3

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