With Martin Handley.
Couperin Concert No 1 in G (Concerts Royaux) Robert Claire and Janet See (flutes), Jaapter Linden (viol), Davitt Moroney (harpsichord)
6.45 Dittersdorf String Quintet No 6 in G Franz Schubert Quartet, Julius Berger (cello)
7.00 Charpentier Beatus Vir Le Concert Spirituel, conductor Herve Niquet
8.00 Mozart Overture: Lucio Silla Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
8.10 Brahms Violin Sonata No 3 in D minor, Op 108 Pinchas Zukerman , Daniel Barenboim (piano)
8.45 Arnold English Dances, Setl, Op27 LPO conducted by the Composer
With Martin Handley.
Stephanie Hughes presents highlights from recent concerts in Paris, Vienna, Stockholm, Saarbrucken, Prague and the Vogler Festival in Drumcliffe, County Sligo. Herguestat around 10.00 is actor Eleanor Bron.
Music includes at approximately:
9.03 Dukas Overture: Le Roi Lear
French National Orchestra, conductor Emmanuel Krivine
9.25 Brahms Nanie , Op 82 Eric Ericson Chamber Choir, Swedish Radio Choir and SO, conductor Tobias Ringborg
9.35 Debussy Trio
Patricia Moynihan (flute), Lars Anders Tomter (viola), Cliona Doris (harp)
11.05 Schumann Frauenliebe und -leben, Op 42 Alice Coote (mezzo), Barry Douglas (piano)
11.30 Franck Symphony in D minor French National Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
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Dermot Clinch and Tommy Pearson interview composer George Benjamin and look at how topjobs in the music profession are filled. Producer Paul Frankl
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London. Sean Rafferty presents Sergei Leiferkus (baritone) and Semion Skigin (piano), who perform songs by Borodin, Musorgskyand Rachmaninov. Repeated from Monday
Mstislav Rostropovich The first of two programmes in which Stephen Johnson looks in the BBC Archive for outstanding performances by the great Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich. Music includes
Schumann's Cello Concerto conducted by Benjamin Britten and Brahms's First Cello Sonata with pianist Sviatoslav Richter.
Repeat of yesterday 12 noon
Brian Kay presents another selection of light classics.
Regional Variations (2)
Shostakovich's Symphony no. 15 has mystified audiences with its array of conspicuous quotations and quirky tunes. Sarah Walker takes on the challenge of trying to make sense of it. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
A series in which John Tusa, managing director of the Barbican Centre, talks to leading creative figures about their work. His guest this week is Anthony Gormley. Show more
Hostage-taking, riots, rebellions, diseased waterfrom rat urine.... As a prelude to tonight's Drama on 3, Paul
Heritage follows director Kate Rowland as she records the play inside Brazil's most notorious prison. Producer Paul Heritage
By Jeff Young. Based on prison doctor
Drauzio Varella's autobiographical Estacao Carandiru , this drama is ajourneythrough the corridors, cells and stories of Estacao Carandiru - Sao Paulo's notorious prison -following the doctor from the first day he entered the prison to the worst massacre in prison history in October 1992.
Director/producer Kate Rowland Revised repeat
Paul Guinery is in conversation with octogenarian Eric Ericson, one of the most distinguished and influential Swedish choral directors overthe last six decades. He was the first director of the Swedish Radio Choir, and still conducts this choir, as well as his own singers and other choirs all over the world. His choice of music includes Swedish folk songs arranged by Stenhammar and Alfven, works by Ingvar Lidholm, Poulenc and Messiaen, and his much admired recordings of Richard Strauss's Der Abend and Max Reger's Ach Herr, Strafe Mich Nicht.
At the gate through which souls must pass to be reborn, three women seek eternal forgiveness - for they have all committed suicide for love. Will they be allowed through the gate?
Tan Dun Orchestral Theatre IV (The Gate)
BBCSym phony Orchestra conducted by the Composer
Extraneous Noises Off. Forensic phonetician Dr Peter French demonstrates his extensive sound archive of the voices of unknown villains unwittingly captured on tape, with music composed by Philip Pinsky. Producer Matt Thompson
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce another eclectic selection of new music. Plus a live solo set from former Incredible String Band member, singer, storyteller, guitarist and harpist Robin Williamson.
With Susan Sharpe.
Kunzen Symphony in G minor
12.25 Bach Oboe Concerto in A, BWV1055
12.40 Poulenc, orch L Berkeley Flute Sonata 12.50 Verdi Eri Tu (Un Ballo in Maschera) 1.00 Haydn Missa Brews
Sancti Jbannis de Deo in B flat, HXXII 7
(Little Organ Mass); Organ Concerto in C, H XVIII 1; Salve Regina in E, HXXIIIb 1;
1.50 Mozart String Quartet in D, K575
2.10 Beethoven Fifteen Variations and a Fugue on an Original Theme in E flat,
Op 35 (Eroica) 2.40 Weiner Serenade , Op 3 3.05 Brahms Five Songs, Op 104
3.15 Glinka / Recall a Wondrous Moment; The Fire of Longing Burns in My Heart
3.30 Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1 in B flat minor 4.05 Geminiani Violin Sonata in D, Op 1 No 14.15 Wilkinson Salve
Regina 4.30 Gershwin, transcr Grainger The Man / Love 4.35 Plaza Milonga - Noctuma 4.45 Juon Fairy Tale, Op 8
4.50 Kurpinski Two Huts
5.00 Haydn Symphony No 22 in E flat (Philosopher)
5.15 Hannikainen Air, Op 16 No 1
5.20 Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio Espagnol
5.40 Spohr Fantasia in C minor, Op 53
5.50 Handel SolitudiniAmate ;Aure Fonti Ombre Gradite (Alessandro)