Maths: Maxima and Minima
Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Schubert Impromptu in A flat (D899 No 4)
Vladimir Horowitz (piano)
7.13 Takemitsu Chiisana
Heya de (In a Small Room)
Shin-yu Kai Choir , conductor Shin Sekiya
7.32 Schmelzer Sonata con ariae a 9 zu der
Kayserlichen Serenade Tafelmusik, conductor
8.05 Haydn Minuets Nos 1-3 (H IX 16) Philharmonia Hungarica, conductor Antal Dorati
8.22 Rossini Overture: La
Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
8.32 Keyboard Compendium: Bach English Suite No 4 inF(BWV809)
Sviatoslav Richter (piano) Discs
5: Nature and Art
"The solemn motion of clouds, fading away in grey tones lightly tinged with white; amongst the waves silvered by the moonlight is heard the mysterious song of the Sirens" - Debussy on his Nocturnes.
Robin Holloway 's final selection of music includes the orchestral Nocturnes and songs and piano pieces inspired by nature.
with Chris de Souza , including at approximately
10.00 Artists of the Week: The Sixteen
Purcell 0 Praise God in His Holiness
London Baroque, conductor Harry Christophers
10.10 Ireland Sarnia
Anthony Peebles (piano)
10.30 Fayrfax Agnus Dei (Missa 0 Bone Jesu) The Sixteen, conductor
Symphony No 7 in C sharp minor
Orchestra/ Andre Previn
11.20 Vivaldi Concerto in D (RV428) (Il Gardellino) Judith Hall (flute)
11.30 Meyerbeer, transcr Liszt Illustrations du
Anthony Peebles (piano)
11.50 Purcell Praise the Lord, 0 Jerusalem The Sixteen, London
The first of two programmes. York Piano Trio
Saint-Saens Piano Trio
No 1 in F, Op 18
Schummann Piano Trio
No in G minor. Op 110
Britten-Pears Orchestra conductor Steuart Bedford
David Gallagher introduces a concert given at last year's Aldeburgh Festival and talks to members of the orchestra.
Claudia von Bella Villa
Simpson Symphony No 7 Stravinsky Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks) Haydn Symphony No 90 inC
Susie le Blanc (soprano) Charles Daniels (tenor) Simon Jones and Marie
Susanna Pell (viol)
Nicholas Parle (h'chord) Monteclair LesDelices champestres
Rameau Le Berger fidele Monteclair La Morte di
Clerambault Apollon et Doris
In conversation with Mustafa Turkmen ,
John Thornley presents traditional songs and dances from
Turkey, including the zeybek dance performed at weddings and circumcision feasts, laments of the Asik
Minstrels, songs from Konya and Burdur and music to encourage the competitors during the greased wrestling contests.
Producer John Thomley
Unsung Heroes: Rhythm Filth Terrovision say it's hard to go wrong with a rock song. A Partners in Sound production
with Richard Baker.
5.15 Ethel Smyth March of the Women (Songs of Sunrise)
6.03 Auber Overture: Fra
7.03 Schubert Der
Producer Tony Cheevers
From the Royal Albert Hall, London.
This evening's concert includes a famous modern score which created a sensation at its first Prom performance in 1969.
Kyoko Takezawa (violin) Electric Phoenix - BBC SO/Arturo Tamayo
Schubert Symphony No 6 in C
Berg Violin Concerto
8.35 Prom Premieres
With the help of composers Judith Weir and Andrew Hugill, Alwynne Pritchard examines another modern masterwork premiered at the Proms - Berio's Sinfonia, first heard during the 1969 season.
8.55 Berio Sinfonia
Derek Jacobi in a final reading from the memoirs of the caricaturist and parodist Max Beerbohm.
In his villa in Rapallo, Italy, where he lived for almost
50 years, Beerbohm looks back over his life.
Isabel Beyer and Harvey Dagul (pianos)
Pleyel Sonata in G minor Ries Grand Sonata in A minor, Op 160
Although knighted for his services to literature,
Herbert Read (1893-1968) is best known throughout the world as a missionary for modern art and a writer of key books on art and industry, art and society and art in education. He had a particularly close relationship with sculptor and fellow Yorkshireman
Henry Moore. Professor Norbert Lynton assesses Read the poet, the literary critic and the art theorist.
Reader John Moffatt.
In a design-conscious edition, Sarah Walker makes a midsummer selection of kitsch catwalk accompaniments from John White Fashion
Music and takes the train to the strains of Michael Nyman 's MG V (Musique Grande Vitesse). Producer Alan Hall