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“I speak of love awake, I speak of love in my dreams, To the water, the shadows, the mountains, To the flowers, the grass, the fountains.”
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London Philharmonic Sep 22
You asked for it! To celebrate launching the second half of at next week, here’s a Rite of Spring Clap-along to really test your skills...
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John Shea 1h
If last night’s Through the Night has made you want to know more about the prolific Swedish composer Adolf Fredrik Lindblad (1801-1878), there’s more information here 🇸🇪🇸🇪🇸🇪
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John Shea 2h
. Through the Night: six hours of concerts & recordings every night, starting today with a song recital by Anne Sofie von Otter & at via . Listen here in HD sound for 30 days.
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"Breathtaking and unexpected harmony..." Why is the Sanctus from Frank Martin's Mass for Double Choir so good for the soul?
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"What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare."
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BBC Radio 3 5h
Presenting The Great Space Music Quiz! From Gustav Holst to David Bowie, is your knowledge universal, or a shot in the dark?
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"If you're tuned out, then you're not in contact with your surroundings. You have to process what you hear. Hearing and listening are not the same thing." Meditative sounds from Pauline Oliveros and more on 👂
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BBC Radio 3 16h
Guaranteed to get you moving... Retro Afro-Funk-Disco-Soul from Dur Dur Band:
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A meditation on our changing minds and bodies and the passing of time. Narrative Medicine - How studying literature helps trainee doctors to develop skills of empathy and reflection:
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BBC Radio 3 17h
From The Plastic Tide: a thought-provoking, meditative exploration of mankind's relationship with plastics and the environment:
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BBC Radio 3 19h
From Anita O'Day to Glenn Miller: 10 artists, 10 sensational steps into jazz... :
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Prepare to be rendered griddy with excitement...
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How the player piano went from front parlour favourite to zombie hybrid...
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BBC Radio 3 21h
🚀 Radio 3 celebrates Mercury: our solar system’s smallest, swiftest planet, and its craters – many of which are named after artists, writers and musicians. 🎧 Listen now:
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John Shea Sep 25
. Through the Night: six hours of concerts & recordings every night, starting today with Bartók, Malcolm Hayes & Dvořák at 2016 Listen here in HD sound for 30 days.
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BBC Symphony Orchestra Sep 24
We open our new season this Saturday 🎉🎶 Holst's 'The Planets' with - these images look incredible! We'll be live on 📻 
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Andrew McGregor Sep 24
Can’t believe I’ve never noticed this venerable blue plaque before, at 103 Great Portland Street. No more than 200 metres from BBC Broadcasting House, but it’s quite inconspicuous...
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BBC Radio 3 Sep 24
Henderson Island may be 5,000 kilometres from the nearest landmass, but nearly 99% of the debris washed up on its shores is plastic.
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Brian Cox Sep 23
I'm working on an event with the BBC Symphony Orchestra - a performance of Holst's Planets. It will be live on Radio 3 next Saturday evening - going through pictures now and they are stunning. From Cassini - Saturn's moons Janus, Mimas and Tethys.
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