BBC Radio 3 has launched a new programme and podcast for music fans who are curious about classical music.
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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.
BBC Radio 3 is marking International Women’s Day on 8th March with a number of special programmes.
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.
The BBC Proms Late Night with Asian Network will be broadcast live on both the Asian Network and BBC Radio 3.