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Afternoon Concert: Monday: Handel's Samson - Tom Redmond presents Handel’s Samson, recorded at Les Wallonies Festival in Namur, Belgium
Afternoon Concert: Prom 55 repeat: Iván Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra perform Brahms, Liszt and Sarasate - Ivan Fischer conducts the Budapest Festival Orchestra in Hungarian dances and folk tunes.
Afternoon Concert: Prom 56 repeat: Mozart and Bruckner - BBC Symphony Orchestra and Sakari Oramo play Mozart and Bruckner at the Royal Albert Hall
Afternoon Concert: Prom 64 repeat: Verdi Requiem - Andres Orozco-Estrada conducts the London Philharmonic in Verdi's Requiem.
Afternoon Concert: Thursday: Opera Matinee - Verdi's Aida - Tom Redmond presents Verdi's Aida from the Theatre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels.
Afternoon Concert: Tuesday: A Symphony of Trees - A Symphony of Trees by Piet Swerts performed in Ypres to commemorate World War I
Afternoon Concert: Wednesday: Mahler's Ninth Symphony - Mahler's Symphony No 9 in D recorded at the Klarafestival in Brussels
BBC Proms: 2018: Prom 71: Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique and John Eliot Gardiner perform Berlioz - John Eliot Gardiner conducts the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique in Berlioz.
BBC Proms: 2018: Prom 72: Peter Oundjian, Royal Scottish National Orchestra perform Britten's War Requiem - Peter Oundjian conducts the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in Britten's War Requiem
BBC Proms: 2018: Prom 73: Before the Ending of the Day - The Tallis Scholars in a sung meditation spanning over 1000 years of sacred music.
BBC Proms: 2018: Prom 74: Handel's Theodora - Live at BBC Proms: Arcangelo directed by Jonathan Cohen in Handel's Theodora
BBC Proms: 2018: Prom 75: Last Night of the Proms - Last Night of the Proms with the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Andrew Davis.
BBC Proms: 2018: Proms at ... Cadogan Hall 8: Berliner Philharmoniker performs Debussy, Ravel, Boulanger and Šenk - The Berliner Philharmoniker performs Debussy, Ravel, Boulanger and a Senk world premiere
Breakfast: Friday - Georgia Mann - Georgia Mann presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, including the Friday poem.
Breakfast: Monday - Georgia Mann - Georgia Mann presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Saturday - Martin Handley - Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Sunday - Martin Handley - Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Thursday - Georgia Mann - Georgia Mann presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, with listener requests.
Breakfast: Thursday - Georgia Mann - Georgia Mann presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Tuesday - Georgia Mann - Georgia Mann presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Breakfast: Wednesday - Georgia Mann - Georgia Mann presents the Breakfast show, including the Wednesday Artist at 8.00am.
Choral Evensong: Charles Wood Summer School at Armagh Cathedral - From Armagh Cathedral during the 2018 Charles Wood Summer School.
Choral Evensong: Charles Wood Summer School at Armagh Cathedral - From Armagh Cathedral during the 2018 Charles Wood Summer School.
Choral Evensong: Merton College, Oxford - Live from the Chapel of Merton College, Oxford.
Composer of the Week: Ernest Chausson: A friendship with Debussy - Donald Macleod explores Chausson’s brief, yet intense friendship with Debussy.
Composer of the Week: Ernest Chausson: Myths and Legends - Donald Macleod charts Chausson’s struggles with his operatic masterpiece Le roi Arthus.
Composer of the Week: Ernest Chausson: The Art Collector - Donald Macleod explores Chausson’s passion for art and Italy.
Composer of the Week: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893): A Man Apart - Donald Macleod on Tchaikovsky and the Russian Nationalists
Composer of the Week: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893): The Secret Patroness - Donald Macleod looks at Tchaikovsky's rocky relationship with money.
Composer of the Week: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893): The Simmering Civil Servant - Donald Macleod on Tchaikovsky's years as a bureaucrat
Composer of the Week: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893): Voluntary Exile - Donald Macleod traces Tchaikovsky’s period of wandering
Drama on 3: The Present Experiment - Robin Brooks's comedy celebrating the birth of the Third Programme.
Early Music Late: Ensemble Inegal in Stockholm - Ensemble Inegal performs music by Zelenka at the 2018 Stockholm Early Music Festival.
Essential Classics: Friday with Suzy Klein - Graham Fellows, Vending Machines, Sibelius's Andante Festivo - Suzy Klein with the best in classical music.
Essential Classics: Monday with Ian Skelly - Knossos, Wiren's Serenade for Strings, Stephen Mangan - Ian Skelly with the best in classical music.
Essential Classics: Thursday Suzy Klein - Handel's 'As steals the morn', Women Police, Graham Fellows - Suzy Klein with the best in classical music.
Essential Classics: Thursday with Ian Skelly - Lapboard ladies, Elgar's Falstaff, Stephen Mangan - Ian Skelly with the best in classical music.
Essential Classics: Tuesday with Ian Skelly - Stephen Mangan, Hans Christian Andersen, Mozart Sonata in C K545 - Refresh your morning with a great selection of classical music
Essential Classics: Wednesday with Ian Skelly - Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4, Stephen Mangan, Student life in Rome - Ian Skelly with the best in classical music.
Essential Classics: Wednesday with Suzy Klein - Graham Fellows, Bees, William Tell Overture - Suzy Klein with the best in classical music.
Free Thinking: Design - Including a report from the London Design Biennale and film historian Peter Biskind.
Free Thinking: Sebastian Faulks - The author of Birdsong in conversation with Anne McElvoy about his new novel, Paris Echo.
Free Thinking: Women Finding a Voice. - Deborah Frances-White host of podcast The Guilty Feminist, Natalie Haynes, Michele Roberts
Geoffrey Smith's Jazz: Roland Kirk - Geoffrey Smith salutes Jazz's ultimate one-man band, Roland Kirk.
Hear and Now: The world’s strangest Proms after party - Enter a psychedelic dream sequence from an imaginary Last Night of the Proms after party
In Tune Mixtape: 13/09/2018 - In Tune's specially curated playlist: an eclectic mix of music, including a few surprises.
In Tune Mixtape: Bach, Janacek, Mokranjac - From blue throats to balalaikas and banjos. In Tune's specially curated playlist.
In Tune Mixtape: Pook, Haydn, Shostakovich - In Tune's specially curated playlist features music by Pook, Haydn and Shostakovich.
In Tune Mixtape: Purcell, Ravel, Saint-Saens - In Tune's specially curated playlist: an eclectic mix of music, from Bach to Kate Rusby.
In Tune Mixtape: Wolf-Ferrari, Debussy, Faure - In Tune's specially curated playlist: an eclectic mix of music, including Haydn and Bach.
In Tune: Gerald Finley, Jess Gillam, Simon Wallfisch and the Fitzwilliam Quartet - Sean Rafferty's presents a lively mix of music, conversation and arts news.
In Tune: Jennifer Pike, Michael Gurevich, Paul Lewis, Adam Gatehouse, Ellie Laugharne - Sean Rafferty presents a lively mix of music, conversation and arts news.
In Tune: Marianne Crebassa, James Baillieu, Akram Khan, Classical Kicks - Sean Rafferty presents, with live music from Classical Kicks and Marianne Crebassa.
In Tune: Pavel Kolesnikov, Viviana Durante, Sam Stadlen and Reiko Ichise - Sean Rafferty's guests are Pavel Kolesnikov, Viviana Durante, Sam Stadlen and Reiko Ichise
In Tune: Pekka Kuusisto, John Eliot Gardiner, Marici Saxes - Sean Rafferty presents, with guests including Pekka Kuusisto and Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
In Tune: Tallis Scholars, Jeremy Gray and Harry Sever, Chilly Gonzales - Sean Rafferty presents, with guests including Chilly Gonzales and the Tallis Scholars.
In Tune: The Prince Consort, Thomas Kemp, Anna Tilbrook - Sean Rafferty's guests include The Prince Consort, and pianist Anna Tilbrook.
Inside Music: Inside Music with Claire Booth - Soprano Claire Booth introduces a colourful selection of music - from the inside.
J to Z: Chick Corea - Jazz piano great Chick Corea reveals his inspirations.
Jazz Now: Jason Moran - Soweto Kinch presents Jason Moran in concert at the 2018 Cheltenham Jazz Festival.
Jazz Record Requests: 08/09/2018 - Alyn Shipton’s weekly pick of listeners’ letters and emails asking for jazz favourites.
Late Junction: An exclusive mixtape from James Holden at End of the Road Festival - Verity hosts a live mixtape by James Holden looking at the idea of trance in music.
Late Junction: Nick Luscombe - A late night sonic cleanser to wash your troubles away
Late Junction: Nick Luscombe - Putting surprising sounds together in surprising ways
Late Junction: Verity Sharp at the End of the Road Festival 2018 - Verity Sharp plays live music from Late Junction’s stage at the End of the Road festival.
Late Junction: Verity Sharp at the End of the Road Festival 2018 - Verity Sharp plays live music from Late Junction’s stage at the End of the Road festival.
Music Matters: Bernstein's New York - Tom Service travels to New York City to discover Bernstein's musical and social legacy.
Music Planet: Highlights from the Euroradio Folk Festival in Moscow with Kathryn Tickell - Highlights from the Euroradio Folk Festival in Moscow with Kathryn Tickell
New Generation Artists: Aleksey Semenenko plays Wieniawski and Ashley Riches sings Purcell - Aleksey Semenenko plays Wieniawski's Fantasie brillante.
New Generation Artists: Allan Clayton, Elias String Quartet and Pavel Kolesnikov - Allan Clayton and the Elias Quartet join forces for Vaughan Williams's On Wenlock Edge
New Generation Artists: Antoine Tamestit - French viola player Antoine Tamestit performs Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata
New Generation Artists: Fatma Said and Aleksey Semenenko - Fatma Said sings Mozart and vioilinist Aleksey Semenenko plays Beethoven
New Generation Artists: Pianists past and present - Performances by pianists past and present, including Igor Levit and Beatrice Rana
New Generation Artists: Thibaut Garcia plays Piazzolla and Albeniz at Glynde Place - French-Spanish guitarist Thibaut Garcia plays Piazzolla and Albeniz at Glynde Place
Night Music: Laura Jurd and Dinosaur at Wigmore Hall in the summer of 2017 - New Generation Artists Laura Jurd and Dinosaur at Wigmore Hall in the summer of 2017
Private Passions: Steve Punt - Michael Berkeley talks to comedian Steve Punt.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Cheltenham Festival 2018: Cheltenham Music Festival 2018 - Steven Isserlis performs Franck and Schumann at the Pittville Pump Room in Cheltenham
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Cheltenham Festival 2018: Cheltenham Music Festival 2018 - The Haffner Ensemble perform Ravel and Beethoven at the Pittville Pump Room in Cheltenham
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Cheltenham Festival 2018: Cheltenham Music Festival 2018 - Brahms’s Piano Quartet No 2 from the Pittville Pump Room in Cheltenham.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: The Leeds 2018: Leeds International Piano Competition 2018 - Andrew McGregor and Lucy Parham introduce highlights from the semi-finals.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: The Leeds 2018: Leeds International Piano Competition 2018 - Andrew McGregor and Lucy Parham introduce highlights from the semi-finals.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: The Leeds 2018: Leeds International Piano Competition 2018 - Andrew McGregor and Lucy Parham introduce highlights from the semi-finals of the Leeds.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Wigmore Monday Lunchtimes: Ilker Arcayurek and Ammiel Bushakevitz - Live from Wigmore Hall, London. Tenor Ilker Arcayurek performs an all-Schubert programme
Radio 3 in Concert: Edinburgh International Festival 2018 - Edinburgh International Festival 2018: BBC SSO and Martyn Brabbins play Vaughan Williams
Radio 3 in Concert: Edinburgh International Festival: Orchestra of the Americas - Orchestra of the Americas debuts at the EIF with Chavez, Tchaikovsky and Copland
Radio 3 in Concert: Edinburgh International Festival: The Opening Concert - The SCO performs Haydn's The Creation at the 2018 Edinburgh Interational Festival
Radio 3 in Concert: Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Gil Shaham - Sibelius Symphony No 5 with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Gil Shaham plays Mozart.
Radio 3 in Concert: NYOS Symphony Orchestra & National Youth Orchestra of Canada - Double bill of NYOS Symphony Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra of Canada at EIF
Record Review: Summer Record Review: Andrew McGregor with Kate Kennedy - Kate Kennedy chooses five indispensable recordings of featured Proms composer Elgar.
Sound of Dance: Marie Rambert, a ballet by Wayne Eagling - Katie Derham talks with Wayne Eagling about Marie Rambert and his ballet inspired by her.
Sunday Feature: Apocalypse How - Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough explores how different cultures have viewed the apocalypse.
Sunday Feature: John Ruskin's Eurhythmic Girls - Samira Ahmed explores how Victorian art critic John Ruskin revolutionised girls' education
Sunday Feature: Ken Campbell as Never Heard Before - A parrot, a Dr Who, a detectorist, and a national treasure help a seeker resurrect Ken.
Sunday Feature: Whatcha Doin', Marshall McLuhan? - Ken Hollings reassesses the life and career of 1960s media theorist Marshall McLuhan.
Sunday Morning: Sarah Walker with Frank Martin, Vaughan Williams and Haydn - Sarah Walker with a broad range of music, including her Sunday Escape.
The Early Music Show: The Western Wind - Hannah French explores The Western Wind, a song that inspired many 16th-century masses.
The Essay: Hanging On: Sex Shops - Author Andrew Martin discusses sex shops, especially those in London's Soho.
The Essay: Hanging On: The Milkman - Author Andrew Martin discusses milkmen and their floats.
The Essay: Italy Outdoors: La Strada - Writer Polly Coles reads the second of her essays about Italy’s public spaces, La Strada.
The Essay: Italy Outdoors: The Garden - Writer Polly Coles reads The Garden, her fourth essay about Italy’s public spaces.
The Essay: Italy Outdoors: The Piazza - Writer Polly Coles reads The Piazza, her first essay on the life of Italy’s public spaces.
The Essay: Italy Outdoors: Walls - Writer Polly Coles reads Walls, the third essay in her series about Italy’s public spaces
Through the Night: An invitation to dance - Mozart and Shostakovich with the St Paul Chamber Orchestra. Presented by Jonathan Swain.
Through the Night: Baroque music from Poland - Monteverdi and Biber performed in Poland by Collegium Vocale 1704.
Through the Night: Debussy plays Debussy - Debussy's own performance of La cathedrale engloutie.
Through the Night: Moldovan National Chamber Orchestra - Handel's Concerto Grosso in D from a concert in Moldova. Presented by Jonathan Swain.
Through the Night: Mozart from Moscow - Three Mozart piano concertos played by Mikhail Voskresensky. Jonathan Swain presents.
Through the Night: Polish heroes - Jonathan Swain presents music by Gorecki, Penderecki and Pachulski.
Through the Night: Pour le piano - Beatrice Rana plays piano music by Clementi, Liszt and Debussy. Jonathan Swain presents.
Through the Night: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra - Jonathan Swain presents studio recordings from Slovakia, including Berg's Violin Concerto.
Through the Night: Trojans and an Athenian - Jonathan Swain presents a concert from Croatian Radio including Brahms's Double Concerto.
Words and Music: Nostalgia - Texts and music on the theme of nostalgia, with readings by Samantha Bond and Scott Handy.