Well here are the ones I like the look of. Lots of iPlayer I reckon.
Prom 3: Debussy ? Pell?as et M?lisande. Not heard it before.
Prom 4: Respighi, Ravel and Adams. One of the few piano concertos I really love and an Adams piece I don't know.
Prom 5: Strauss, Saariaho & Sibelius. Strauss and Sibelius. Nuff said.
Prom 7: Handel ? Water Music and Music for the Royal Fireworks. Le Concert Spirituel. Should be a treat.
Prom 15: Smetana, Prokofiev & Dvoř?k. An orchestrated version of Smetana's String Quartet No 1. Should be interesting.
Prom 21: Aldeburgh World Orchestra. Britten Sinfonia da Requiem (not often enough performed), Stravinsky The Rite of Spring.
Prom 25: Ives, Barber, Zimmermann & Tippett. I haven't listened to A Child of Our Time in its entirety, so I should. Plus Ives Unaswered Question.
Prom 29: National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain. I understand Nico Muhly is worth a listen and I love Varese. Turangalila I can leave.
Proms Saturday Matinee 3: Britten Sinfonia. Nick Daniel on Cor Anglais.
Prom 40: National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain & National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain. Go on. It's got to be worth it for the Holst and Walton plus I'm interested to hear the Bourgeois.
Prom 41: Schoenberg ? Gurrelieder. If you haven't heard it, have a listen.
Prom 44: London Sinfonietta. Time to make up your mind about 4' 33". This one really should be televised for the Berio Sequenza. But it won't be so here's a linkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqlUhN7TbAk...be_gdata_player
Prom 47: Cage Centenary Celebration. Well you have to give it a go. Some of it will be fun.
Proms Saturday Matinee 4: Birmingham Contemporary Music Group. Knussen, Goehr and Bainbridge.
Proms Chamber Music 6: Escher Quartet. Debussy's wonderful String Quartet.
Prom 51: Glinka, Howard & Shostakovich. The Leningrad!
Prom 54: Davies, Delius & Shostakovich. Delicious Delius played by Tasmin Little and the RLPO playing Shos 10. Should be a treat.
Prom 55: Britten ? Peter Grimes
Prom 57: Wagner, Berg, R. Strauss & Ravel. Berg's gorgeous violin concerto, La Valse and Rosenkavalier. Pass the Sachertorte.
Proms Chamber Music 7: Debussy Sonata for flute, viola and harp. Schoenberg Pierrot lunaire.
Prom 60: Mozart ? The Marriage of Figaro. Glyndebourne and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. That'll be proper Mozart then.
Prom 63: Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle. If only for Ligeti and Sibelius.
Prom 64: Berliner Philharmoniker ? Brahms & Lutosławski. Lutoslawski Symphony No. 3.
Prom 69: Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra ? Messiaen & Mahler. Et Exspecto.....
Prom 71: St Louis Symphony. Beethoven violin concerto and Schoenberg Five Orchestral Pieces in this one.
Prom 72: John Adams ? Nixon in China. Conducted by Adams.
Prom 75: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra ? Haydn & R. Strauss. Bernard Haitink. An Alpine Symphony.