BBC Radio 3 Controller Alan Davey has unveiled a raft of new commissions and programmes at the station for the autumn season.
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BBC Radio 3 has launched a new programme and podcast for music fans who are curious about classical music.
Georgia is already a familiar voice to Radio 3 listeners, regularly presenting the station’s Breakfast, Afternoon Concert and Radio 3 in Concert programmes.
Two minutes of dead air followed the live failure of the York Minster organ on BBC Radio 3 this week.
BBC Radio 3 is refreshing its programmes and presenters with a new After Dark zone and changes to its weekend programmes.
The BBC announced a raft of major new BBC classical music programmes in a day of BBC sessions at the Association of British Orchestra’s Conference in Cardiff.
BBC Radio 3 is to broadcast a brand new choral commission to mark the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the UK.
Ian Skelly will start his new role as a presenter of Essential Classics on Christmas Day this year, with co-host Suzy Klein.
BBC Radio 3 is joining up with 43 other radio stations in Europe to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first concert from Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Katie Derham is joining the presenting line-up for BBC Radio 3’s drive time programme In Tune, starting on Monday.
BBC Radio 3's long-running daily show Afternoon on 3 is changing to Afternoon Concert, and being extended by 30 minutes.
Liam Neeson and Tamsin Greig are among the acting stars to perform new BBC Radio 3 ‘Power of Music’ monologues for BBC Music Day.
Coverage of Glastonbury will be on six national BBC radio stations this year, including, for the first time, Radio 3.
BBC Radio 3 will stream the entire season in the highest audio quality the BBC has ever broadcast.
A number of documentaries, music, reflection and worship to mark Easter will appear on BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4 this month.
New project to run in collaboration with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, administered by BBC Wales.
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.