New project to run in collaboration with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, administered by BBC Wales.
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BBC Radio 3 is marking International Women’s Day on 8th March with a number of special programmes.
BBC Radio 3 has announced its New Year’s revolutions; a year of programming inspired by cultural, social, religious and political unrest.
BBC Radio 3 is making a major commitment to Hull throughout 2017 for the city’s year as UK City of Culture.
BBC Radio 3 is to cancel regular programmes for 12 hours on 30 October to air River of Music non-stop.
The one-day event will explore strategies for the enhanced inclusion of culturally diverse (BAME) classical music composers in mainstream programming.
BBC Radio 3 has been honoured for its ‘extraordinary work’ at one a classical music industry awards.
A pop-up glass studio has been created at Southbank Centre in London for Radio 3 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Third Programme.
The broadcasts will include specially-curated performances selected by BBC Radio 3 from across the globe on the BBC Radio 3 Charlie Gillett Stage.
BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have unveiled the 10 academics who will be turning their research into radio and television programmes on the BBC.
The team at Jazz FM are celebrating their most recent award win, at the internal BBC Radio Awards this week.
Saxophonist Soweto Kinch, singer Emma Smith and Irish trumpeter Al Ryan are to present a new-look weekly Monday night contemporary jazz show on BBC Radio 3.
Unique, a 7digital production company, will take on production duties for BBC Radio 3’s Monday Night jazz programme following a competitive tender process.
BBC Radio 3 is to produce a series of special programmes and initiatives to mark the 70th anniversary of the BBC’s Third Programme.
BBC Radio 3 Controller Alan Davey has unveiled a raft of new commissions.
BBC Radio 3 has established two new Guinness World Records with the world premiere live broadcast of Max Richter’s SLEEP live from Wellcome Collection.
The BBC has teamed up with Jazz FM and the EFG London Jazz Festival to launch a pop-up radio station covering the London Jazz Festival.
BBC Radio 3 is changing its schedule to give greater prominence to opera, drama and early music.
BBC Radio 3 is too elitist and irrelevant and should be closed, former BBC Radio 1 presenter Noel Edmonds has said.
The BBC Proms will return to the BBC World Service this year, with six programmes showcasing some of the highlights of 2015.