Here's the full listing, from the Radio 3 web site:
7:30pm Dame Ninette de Valois 1898-2001
Between 7.30 and 10.15, Christopher Cook presents an evening of programmes celebrating the achievements of Dame Ninette de Valois, founder of the Royal ballet and the Royal Ballet School, who died last month at the age of 102. The evening starts with an outline of her long career.
7:45pm Dame Ninette and English National Dance
An exploration of some of the key moments in the career of Ninette de Valois, including her first professional performance at the age of 14 and a half, her work with Diaghilev's Ballet Russes, and her meeting in 1926 with Lilian Baylis, an association that led to the foundation of the Vic-Wells Ballet and the Sadler's Wells Ballet, which became the Royal Ballet in 1956.
8:00pm Dame Ninette de Valois 1898-2001
Music including Arthur Bliss's `Checkmate', which was choreographed by Ninette de Valois in 1937.
8:20pm Dame Ninette de Valois 1898-2001
A portrait of Ninette de Valois in her own words.
8:50pm Dame Ninette de Valois 1898-2001
Music arranged and composed by Ninette Valois's first Musical Director at the Vic-Wells Ballet, Constant Lambert. Including excerpts from Lambert's ballet `Horoscope'.
9:20pm De Valois and her Choreographers
A look at the relationship between Ninette de Valois and her choreographers, in whom she encouraged a great deal of ambition. The resulting successes included Frederick Ashton's first three-act ballet `Cinderella', John Cranko's `The Prince of the Pagodas' to a score commissioned from Benjamin Britten, and Ashton's `La fille mal gardee'.
9:40pm Dame Ninette de Valois 1898-2001
Music used by Ninette de Valois's choreographers, including excerpts from Britten's `The Prince of Pagodas'.
10:00pm Dame Ninette de Valois 1898-2001
A reflection on the legacy of Dame Ninette de Valois and on the future of the tradition of English ballet which she created.