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BBC Radio 3 57m
From death cafes to bronze age burials, from mourning rings to the way doctors cope. Death rituals and the reasons behind them:
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BBC Radio 3 12h
"Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusivity is being asked to DJ." 🎧 Lenny Henry reveals some of his greatest inspirations - five artists of colour, from Samuel Coleridge-Taylor to Steve McQueen:
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BBC Radio 3 14h
🎻 Samuel Coleridge-Taylor 🎬 Steve McQueen 🕶 Stevie Wonder 🎥 Horace Ové 🎶 Paul Robeson Get inspired by Lenny Henry's cultural inspirations:
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The Royal Opera 20h
Have a big night in 📻 Siegfried from Wagner’s will be broadcast on tonight from 5pm GMT. Don’t miss it!
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BBC Radio 3 18h
Why DO we call it 'classical' music? investigates - it's all part of The Listening Service:
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BBC Radio 3 20h
Those 4 hours and 59 minutes will simply fly by...
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BBC Radio 3 22h
What do birds, crocodiles and the Backstreet Boys have in common? Music Matters delves into the origins of musicality:
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Andrew McGregor 24h
What’s happening? These four newcomers, that’s what, straight after the news at 9
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BBC Radio 3 Nov 16
R3 Through the Night: six hours of concerts & recordings every night, starting tonight with songs by Poulenc, Britten & Bolcom via 🇷🇸 Join us at 1am or listen here in HD sound any time for 30 days afterwards.
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BBC Arts Nov 16
How do you do Chekhov in 280 characters? Follow on her journey home, ahead of ’s new production of The Cherry Orchard this Sunday 🍒 🌸 🍒 🌸 🍒
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BBC Radio 3 Nov 16
The sounds of battlefields across the world today – from the Somme to Afghanistan. Slow Radio: Armistice Sonic Memorials:
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martin pyne Nov 16
So this week has been preparing her show on with the help of
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BBC Radio 3 Nov 16
🎧 Lenny Henry reveals his greatest inspirations - from 19th-century rock star Samuel Coleridge-Taylor to film director Steve McQueen, via Stevie Wonder, Horace Ové and Paul Robeson. 20' listen:
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BBC Radio 3 Nov 16
From death cafes to bronze age burials, from mourning rings to the way doctors cope. Death rituals and the reasons behind them:
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Oxford Music Nov 14
A group of academics tracked down pieces by five “forgotten” women composers. These were professionally edited & recorded, and now stand a chance of performance & recognition for the composers. Read biographies and listen to excerpts
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BBC Radio 3 Nov 16
Another wonderful performance of our commission, The Pankhurst Anthem - stripped back and off-copy. Bravo Chamber Choir! There's still plenty of time to take on this piece in 2018 with your own choir - or solo!
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Stuart Overington Nov 16
Throwback to yesterday’s concert. A celebration of women and music with chamber choir. Great to have got the first concert of the year under our belts! (Piece is The Pankhurst Anthem by )
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BBC Radio 3 Nov 16
It's the thing that orchestras do. It’s what string quartets play and choirs sing. We play it ALL THE TIME on Radio 3. But what IS classical music?
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BBC Radio 3 Nov 16
This week on The - explores definitions of "classical" music, with help from :
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BBC Radio 3 Nov 16
Replying to @HelenMort
Enjoy all five Essays here - they're wonderful:
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