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Afternoon Concert: Friday - BBC Philharmonic live from Salford - Tom Redmond presents a live concert from the BBC Philharmonic at MediaCityUK in Salford.
Afternoon Concert: Monday - BBC National Orchestra of Wales - Afternoon Concert's tone poem theme continues with Berlioz and Saint-Saens.
Afternoon Concert: Thursday - Opera Matinee: Puccini's 'Manon Lescaut' - Antonio Pappano conducts Manon Lescaut, starring Kristine Opolais and Jonas Kaufmann.
Afternoon Concert: Tuesday - BBC National Orchestra of Wales - Not available till 4:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - The BBC National Orchestra of Wales perform Britten, Bruch and Dvorak at Worcester.
Afternoon Concert: Tuesday - BBC Philharmonic - The BBC Philharmonic concert series includes Elgar's Symphony No 1.
Afternoon Concert: Wednesday - BBC National Orchestra of Wales - Not available till 2:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - The BBC National Orchestra of Wales feature in a 2017 concert given in Newtown, Powys.
Afternoon Concert: Wednesday - BBC Philharmonic - Tom Redmond presents as the BBC Philharmonic perform Beethoven's 8th Symphony.
Breakfast: Friday - Petroc Trelawny - Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Monday - Petroc Trelawny - Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Thursday - Petroc Trelawny - Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Tuesday - Petroc Trelawny - Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Wednesday - Petroc Trelawny - Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Wednesday - Petroc Trelawny - Not available till 8:00am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Elizabeth Alker presents the Breakfast programme, live from London's Wellcome Collection.
Breakfast: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Elizabeth Alker presents the Breakfast programme, live from London's Wellcome Collection.
Choir and Organ: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents four new choral works inspired by people living with dementias.
Choral Evensong: Gloucester Cathedral - Not available till 3:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Live from Gloucester Cathedral on the Feast of Luke the Evangelist.
Choral Evensong: Southwark Cathedral - Live from Southwark Cathedral.
Composer of the Week: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Vivaldi at the Mantuan Court - Donald Macleod follows Vivaldi during his period at the court in Mantua.
Composer of the Week: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Vivaldi becomes unfashionable - Donald Macleod surveys the 1730s when Vivaldi's opera became old-fashioned.
Composer of the Week: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Vivaldi is presented to the Pope - Donald Macleod surveys Vivaldi's success in Rome.
Composer of the Week: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Vivaldi's late operas - Donald Macleod delves into Antonio Vivaldi's late works for the stage.
Composer of the Week: Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924): A Roman truth - Not available till 12:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Puccini's heroines with Sir Antonio Pappano turns to a tale of passion and revenge, Tosca.
Composer of the Week: Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924): A step forward - Puccini's heroines with Sir Antonio Pappano, starting with Manon Lescaut.
Composer of the Week: Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924): The Bohemians - Not available till 12:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Series on Puccini's heroines spotlights La Boheme's Mimi and Musetta.
Drama on 3: Song of Myself - Reading of Whitman's poem Song of Myself, with excerpts from Orson Welles's 1953 version.
Early Music Late: Cantus Colln - Cantus Colln performs music by composers who lived and wrote through the Thirty Years' War
Essential Classics: Friday with Rob Cowan - Vivaldi's Autumn (from the Four Seasons), Derren Brown, Rossetti's Wombats - Rob Cowan with the best in classical music, plus illusionist Derren Brown.
Essential Classics: Monday with Suzy Klein - Kwame Kwei-Armah, Farewell to Stromness, The Early Modern Exercise Revolution - Suzy Klein's guest Kwame Kwei-Armah reveals the cultural influences that have shaped him.
Essential Classics: Thursday with Rob Cowan - Indecent Exposure of an Australian Mermaid, Adam's Short Ride in a Fast Machine, Derren Brown - Guest Derren Brown reveals the cultural influences that have shaped him.
Essential Classics: Tuesday with Rob Cowan - Sibelius's Finlandia, Derren Brown, LOLs - Rob Cowan looks for potential companion pieces to Sibelius' 'Finlandia'.
Essential Classics: Tuesday with Suzy Klein - The Artificial Intelligence of Ada Lovelace, Berlioz's Roman Carnival Overture, Kwame Kwei-Armah - Not available till 11:00am on Tue 17th(GMT) - Featured guest Kwame Kwei-Armah reveals the cultural influences that have shaped him.
Essential Classics: Wednesday with Rob Cowan - How to Smell Like a Georgian, Chopin's Military Polonaise, Derren Brown - Featured guest Derren Brown reveals the cultural influences that have shaped him.
Essential Classics: Wednesday with Suzy Klein - Chabrier's Espana, Kwame Kwei-Armah, The Pointe of Shoes - Not available till 11:00am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Suzy Klein looks for potential companion pieces to Emmanuel Chabrier's Espana.
Free Thinking: Jewish history, jokes and contemporary identity. Michael Longley. - Simon Schama and Devorah Baum discuss Jewishness.
Free Thinking: Landmark: Marnie - Not available till 9:45pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Matthew Sweet explores memory and Marnie, of Graham's novel and Hitchcock's film fame.
Free Thinking: Pacific Rim politics; Ronan Bennett; Sjon - Rana Mitter hosts a debate on relations between Japan, US and China.
Free Thinking: Salman Rushdie. Uncertainty. - Shahidha Bari and guests debate the play Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle and doubt.
Free Thinking: The Booker Prize, Mike Bartlett, Small is Beautiful - Not available till 9:45pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Alex Clark talks to Philip Dodd from The Booker Prize ceremonies at London's Guildhall.
Geoffrey Smith's Jazz: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Geoffrey Smith showcases performers and music recalling people and places from the past.
Hear and Now: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Kerry Andrew presents a concert on the theme of memory live from Wellcome in London.
In Tune Mixtape: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 6:30pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - A specially-curated classical playlist, with some musical surprises.
In Tune Mixtape: Bach, Soler, Bartok - Not available till 6:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - A specially-curated classical playlist, including Rossini, Bach and Count Basie.
In Tune Mixtape: Debussy, Borodin, Gershwin - In Tune's specially curated playlist: an eclectic mix of music, including a few surprises.
In Tune Mixtape: Handel, Chopin, Beethoven - In Tune's specially curated playlist: an eclectic mix of music, including a few surprises.
In Tune Mixtape: Monteverdi, Myslivecek, Arvo Part - In Tune's specially curated playlist: an eclectic mix of music, including a few surprises.
In Tune Mixtape: Taverner, Haydn, Maxwell Davies - In Tune's specially curated playlist, with Tudor music, a Polish folk tune and Ed Sheeran.
In Tune: Alice Sara Ott, Veronika Eberle, Greg Morris - Sean Rafferty presents, with guests including pianist Alice Sara Ott, who performs live.
In Tune: Andrey Lebedev, Iosif Purits, Wallis Giunta - Sean's guests include Andrey Lebedev, Iosif Purits, Thomas Søndergård and Wallis Giunta.
In Tune: Angela Hewitt, Primrose Piano Quartet, Lady Deborah MacMillan - Not available till 6:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Sean Rafferty presents, with guests including pianist Angela Hewitt, who performs live.
In Tune: Jennifer Pike, Petr Limonov, Kirill Karabits, Schubert Ensemble - Sean Rafferty's guests include Jennifer Pike, Kirill Karabits and the Schubert Ensemble.
In Tune: Stephen Fry and Louis Mander, Chloe Hanslip and Danny Driver, Dinara Klinton - Not available till 6:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Sean Rafferty presents, with guests including Stephen Fry and violinist Chloe Hanslip.
In Tune: Vassily Sinaisky, Anna Stéphany - Sean Rafferty's guests include conductor Vassily Sinaisky and mezzo Anna Stephany.
In Tune: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Sean Rafferty launches Why Music? the Key to Memory live from Wellcome Collection.
Jazz Line-Up: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Exploring the theme of jazz improvisation, music and memory live from Wellcome Collection.
Jazz Now: Dejan Turzik - Soweto Kinch presents a concert by drummer Dejan Turzik.
Jazz Record Requests: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Alyn Shipton presents listeners' requests on the theme of memory and jazz.
Late Junction: Nick Luscombe - Not available till 11:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Nick Luscombe has fuzz guitar from Zambia and music for a decomposing amusement park.
Late Junction: Verity Sharp at home with Robert Wyatt - Not available till 11:30pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Verity Sharp presents a special edition of Late Junction at home with Robert Wyatt.
Late Junction: Verity Sharp previews Tusk Festival - Verity Sharp previews Tusk Festival in Gateshead. Plus music by James Tenney.
Late Junction: Verity Sharp with Claire M Singer - Verity Sharp is joined by artist and composer Claire M Singer.
Late Junction: Verity Sharp with James Cargill's Mixtape - James Cargill, of Broadcast and Children of Alice, compiles a Late Junction Mixtape.
Music Matters: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Live from Wellcome Collection.
Music Matters: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Live from Wellcome Collection.
Music and Memory: Animal Memory - Sound recordist Chris Watson muses on memory and sounds from the natural world.
Music and Memory: Beyond Memory: Music in the Moment - Sarah Walker explores how music enhances the lives of those who live with dementia.
Music and Memory: Cerys Matthews and Tom Service simulcast - Radio 3's Tom Service and 6 Music's Cerys Matthews join forces for a special simulcast.
Music and Memory: In search of Proust's Music - Music and readings from Marcel Proust's life and novel of memory, In Search of Lost Time.
Music and Memory: Memory Varied: Igor Levit plays Beethoven - Beethoven's Diabelli Variations discussed and played by acclaimed pianist Igor Levit.
Music and Memory: Seven Ages of Memory - Philip Ball explores how our memories are essential to our music, from formation to loss.
Music and Memory: Why Music? Round-Up - Tom Service and Sarah Walker discuss their 'Why Music?' highlights and discoveries.
New Generation Artists: Kathryn Rudge and Christian Ihle Hadland in Finzi and Handel - Not available till 4:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - New Generation Artists perform music by Finzi and Handel.
New Generation Artists: Peter Moore, Benjamin Grosvenor in Duparc and Ravel - Peter Moore and Benjamin Grosvenor feature in a programme of French music.
Private Passions: Sir Simon Wessely - Psychiatrist Simon Wessely talks to Michael Berkeley about his favourite music.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Chopin and his Europe 2017: Chopin and his Europe - Bach, Chopin and Mozart - Not available till 1:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Andreas Staier plays Chopin, Bach and Mozart at Warsaw's Chopin and His Europe Festival.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Chopin and his Europe 2017: Chopin and his Europe - Chopin and Beethoven - Not available till 1:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Seong-jin Cho plays Beethoven and Chopin at Warsaw's Chopin and His Europe Festival.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: St Magnus Festival 2017: St Magnus International Festival: Duo Van Vliet - Accordionist Rafal Luc and violist Ian Anderson perform in St Magnus Cathedral.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: St Magnus Festival 2017: St Magnus International Festival: Joseph Shiner and Ashley Fripp - Joseph Shiner (clarinet) and Ashley Fripp (piano) perform in the town hall at Stromness.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: St Magnus Festival 2017: St Magnus International Festival: Steven Osborne - Pianist Steven Osborne plays Rachmaninov and Debussy at St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: St Magnus Festival 2017: St Magnus International Festival: Trondheim Soloists - The Trondheim Soloists play Bach and Schoenberg at St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Soloists from Aurora play Schubert String Quintet and a world premiere by Martin Suckling.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Wigmore Hall Mondays: Anne Queffelec - Live from Wigmore Hall, pianist Anne Queffelec plays Bach, Handel and Scarlatti.
Radio 3 in Concert: A Sea Symphony and Earth Dances - The BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in music by Birtwistle and Vaughan Williams.
Radio 3 in Concert: BBC NOW, Sondergard. Mosolov, Beethoven, Shostakovich - Igor Levit joins the BBC NOW in Beethoven, plus Thomas Sondergard conducts Shostakovich.
Radio 3 in Concert: London Piano Festival: Two-Piano Marathon - Six internationally acclaimed pianists in a programme of music for two pianos.
Radio 3 in Concert: Pavel Haas Quartet - Live from Wigmore Hall: Stravinsky, Ravel, Dvorak - Live from Wigmore Hall, Pavel Haas Quartet play music by Stravinsky, Ravel and Dvorak.
Radio 3 in Concert: Radio France and Montpellier Festival - Ian Skelly presents highlights from the Radio France and Montpellier Festival in July 2017
Radio 3 in Concert: The Halle, live from Nottingham - Not available till 9:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Stuart Flinders presents a live concert given by the Halle and conductor Sir Mark Elder.
Radio 3 in Concert: The Musical Memory Palace - The Aurora Orchestra conducted by Nicholas Collon perform Debussy, Boulez, Ives and Mozart
Radio 3 in Concert: Ulster Orchestra: Kodaly, Britten, Stravinsky - Not available till 9:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Gergely Madras conducts the Ulster Orchestra with music by Kodaly, Britten and Stravinsky.
Recital: 15/10/2017 - Arnold Bax's Symphony No 5, played by the RSNO conducted by David Lloyd-Jones.
Record Review: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Andrew McGregor with a live Purcellian Building a Library.
Saturday Classics: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Soprano Lesley Garrett presents her personal selection of music from Wellcome Collection.
Slow Radio: Slow Radio: Music, Life and Dementia - Music binds together the voices of people living with dementias.
Sound of Cinema: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Matthew Sweet with pianist Neil Brand on how memory works in film.
Sunday Morning: Music in Memoriam - Live from Wellcome Collection, Sarah Walker presents a selection of memory-related works.
The Early Music Show: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Mahan Esfahani presents a live show from London's Wellcome Collection on music and memory.
The Essay: Stories That Sing: Julian Barnes: Opera - Coming to it Late - Opera used to baffle Julian Barnes, then something happened and everything changed.
The Essay: The Strangeness of Memory: False Memories - Psycologist Chris French looks at childhood memories and asks how reliable they are.
The Essay: The Strangeness of Memory: Memory and the landscape - Catherine Loveday explores the relationship between memory loss and landscape.
The Essay: The Strangeness of Memory: The Fallibility of Memory - Forensic psychologist Fiona Gabbert explores the strength and weaknesses of human memory.
The Essay: The Strangeness of Memory: The Tricks of Memory - How do we remember facts or details? Professor David Shanks tells us the secret techniques
The Listening Service: Earworms - Tom Service finds the maddening musical secrets behind earworms with guest Jarvis Cocker.
The Verb: The Memory Verb - Ian McMillan presents a 'memorisable' cabaret of the word with Jenny Uglow & Julian Glover
Through the Night: A celebration of Jeannette Thurber - Not available till 5:30am on Thu 19th(GMT) - Catriona Young celebrates music patron Jeannette Thurber, aided by archive material.
Through the Night: BBC Proms 2015: Alina Ibragimova plays Bach - programme 1 - Featuring a performance of solo Bach from violinist Alina Ibragimova at the 2015 Proms.
Through the Night: BBC Proms 2015: Alina Ibragimova plays Bach - programme 2 - Catriona Young introduces violinist Alina Ibragimova playing Bach at the 2015 BBC Proms.
Through the Night: Ginastera, Lalo and Tchaikovsky from Monte-Carlo - Not available till 5:30am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Catriona Young presents a concert from the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra.
Through the Night: Jakov Gotovac - Catriona Young presents a concert from Croatia celebrating the music of Jakov Gotovac.
Through the Night: Mahler in Monte-Carlo - Featuring Mahler's second symphony from the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic.
Through the Night: Mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili at the Peralada Festival - Featuring a Peralada Festival recital with mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili.
Through the Night: Vadym Kholodenko at the International Chopin Festival - Catriona Young presents a recital by pianist Vadym Kholodenko in Poland.
Words and Music: The Art of Forgetting - Claire Benedict and David Neilson read literary musings on forgetting and forgetfulness.
World on 3: Why Music? The Key to Memory - Kathryn Tickell with performances by Alya Al-Sultani, Seckou Keita and Sam Lee.