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START FINISH SHOW; 12:00 a.m. 5:00 a.m. SportsCenter AllNight: 5:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m. NY Sports And Beyond6:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m. Morning Drive. - Programs Schedules - Norwegian Radio Orchestra Brass and Winds, Strauss, Schumann and MacMillan at the 2019 BBC Proms, Tuesday - Petroc's classical rise and shine, Wednesday - Petroc's classical alarm call, Ian Skelly with Essential Bruch, Francesca Chiejina, Mahler's Symphony No 1, Ian Skelly with Chaminade's Valse Carnavalesque, Essential Bruch, Sean Shibe, Ian Skelly with Rachel Podger, Franck's Le Chasseur Maudit, Essential Bruch, Ian Skelly with Essential Bruch, Ailish Tynan, Glazunov's Troubadour Serenade, Ian Skelly with Steven Osborne, Essential Bruch, Copland's Clarinet Concerto with Mark Simpson and Andrew McGregor, Sarah Walker with New Generation Thinker Tom Smith. Today, organist Anna Lapwood. Presented by John Shea. Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnston and pianist James Baillieu perform Schumann and Haydn, Flautist Katherine Bryan & pianist Scott Mitchell perform Hindemith, Schumann & Ferroud, Lorna Anderson and Malcolm Martineau perform MacMillan, Liddell, Clarke and Bennett, BBCSSO principal players perform Beethoven & Shostakovich with Steven Osborne. Apartment House play new music by Julius Aglinskas and Jim O'Rourke. The document has been permanently moved. 01:00 - Jim Diamond . Donald Macleod finds out why Kaija Saariaho loves writing vocal music. 4/5 Donald Macleod continues the extraordinary story of Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa. Today; Calendar; BBC Radio 3 Schedule 23 - 29 November 2020 Last Mon 23 Nov Tue 24 Nov Wed 25 Nov Thu 26 Nov Fri 27 Nov Sat 28 Nov Sun 29 Nov Next; 00:00 : 00:00. Dr Seb Falk challenges the repeated pandemic comparison of Covid-19 with the Black Death. With John Shea. UPCOMING LIVE EVENTS ON ESPN RADIO. 5/5 Donald Macleod concludes his account of the unusual life and music of Carlo Gesualdo. Tune in to the world's biggest sports radio station - Live Premier League football coverage, breaking sports news, transfer rumours & exclusive interviews. Jess Gillam with... Ayanna Witter-Johnson, A Trio by Beethoven and a Quintet by Bliss, Beethoven, Fardon and Dvorak String Quartets, Organ music by Gowers, Park, Ravel and Kerensa Briggs, Pianist Keval Shah reveals layers of musical time, Kathryn Tickell with a focus on music and politics in Egypt, Vanessa Benelli Mosell, Aoife Miskelly, Catherine Hopper, Nigel Foster, and Anna Webster, Craig Ogden, Simon Armitage and Cheryl Frances-Hoad, BBC Young Jazz Musician and Sheila Maurice-Grey, Sam Amidon; US-USSR ballet exchange; music streaming; lockdown postcards. Recent studio recordings from the BBC Philharmonic. A concert of Schubert with the BBC Philharmonic, Elizabeth Watts, Martin Roscoe and guests. Corin Throsby considers the letters fans sent him. Plus 100,000 AM/FM radio stations featuring music, news, and … Opera Matinee - Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro. 4/5 Clare Walker Gore on what a C19th MP without hands and feet tells us about stereotypes. Radio Listings for all UK radio stations; BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4 and more. 2/5 Peter Brathwaite takes us into the world of his Rediscovering #BlackPortraiture project, A poet and a crime writer compare notes; plus, lessons for now from a medieval foxy fable, 3/5 Peter Brathwaite takes us into the world of his Rediscovering #BlackPortraiture project, Matthew Sweet asks biographer Peter Salmon about Derrida's influence today, 4/5 Peter Brathwaite takes us into the world of his Rediscovering #BlackPortraiture project. Young pianist Albert Cano Smit performs Schumann, Ligeti and Prokofiev. Hey friend! Üdvözöl a Rádió3 "...Nem annyira retro..." A "retro" zenei kifejezés 1997-1998 fordulóján érkezett hazánkba, amikor számtalan külföldi énekes és zenekar rukkolt elő - a már akkor is egy-két étvizedes (korai '80-as évek) slágereinek újramixelt változataival. An off-beat edition of The Listening Service. Steve Allen brings you the latest from the newspapers as you wake up. Also Sprach Zarathustra performed by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. You're a part of something pretty big... we've evolved and now we're TODAY RADIO! Hannah French presents more music from the freshest recordings in classical music. Corin Throsby considers the letters fans sent him. Take your ears on a binaural summer holiday through the Mallorcan town of Soller. Trombonist Amos Miller on the importance of fun in music, Opera Matinee double bill - La cucina & Adina, With Lopa Kothari and Fay Hield in session, Annelien Van Wauwe, King's Singers, Nicholas Walker, Nicky Spence, Jonathon Heyward, BBC Harps, Bertrand Chamayou, Sara Dowling, Sarah Kirkland Snider, David Greilsammer, Paul Harris, Flauguissimo Duo & Rory Carver, Latin America: Spears, Jaguars and Eagles, Switch up your listening with classical music, Kirill Gerstein plays Beethoven's Emperor Concerto, New Generation Thinkers: Short Feature - COVID and the Black Death; the imperfect fit, Peter Brathwaite takes us into the world of his Rediscovering #BlackPortraiture project, Daljit Nagra & Val McDermid; Reynard the Fox. John Shea presents. 10:00 - Ian Payne . More music, more conversation & more FUN! 4/5 Donald Macleod finds out why Kaija Saariaho loves writing vocal music. Beethoven Unleashed: 250th Anniversary Concert, Live from Bonn. Concerts from Europe and around the world: the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. BBC Radio 3 Schedule. 5/5 Peter Brathwaite takes us into the world of his Rediscovering #BlackPortraiture project. Beethoven's Third Symphony performed by the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. WHYY-FM Daily Schedule « Sunday; Monday; Tuesday » 12:00 AM - BBC World Service. Tom McKinney introduces performances from Capella de la Torre. Pianist Víkingur Ólafsson explores the art of musical transcription. Adrian Partington conducts the BBC National Orchestra & Chorus of Wales: music by Stanford. If You find any mistake in our schedule list, like there is other programme in the radio, than in our schedule, please help us, and write to us on the Contact Page , so we can correct it as soon as possible. A service for Advent with carols, live from the Chapel of St John’s College, Cambridge. Ian McMillan and guests look at the way poets have written about oil and the oil industry. 5/5 New Generation Thinker Islam Issa looks at Shakespeare in 1916 Egypt to Arabic pop songs. PROGRAM SCHEDULE Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 12am – 1am The Schnitt Show The Schnitt Show is a conservative radio talk show. With John Shea, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra and Edward Gardner play Mahler Symphony No 2. Zero-Growth with Yanis Varoufakis, Patrick McGuinness, Jade Cuttle and Seren Griffiths. See on-air schedules for every BBC radio station. Hannah Peel with an adventurous, immersive soundtrack for late-night listening. Live music from pianist Aaron Diehl and his trio, plus Regina Carter’s inspirations. Beethoven Christ on the Mount of Olives and Piano Concerto No 4. Tom Service asks why we love to harmonise in thirds and why sometimes thirds go rogue. From Tudor courts to plantations to the Arab Spring: a Bristol Festival of Ideas debate. Sara Mohr-Pietsch with an adventurous, immersive soundtrack for late-night listening. WITF FM Harrisburg 89.5, Lancaster 99.9 & WYPM 93.3 in Chambersburg. Ryan Bancroft conducts Anna Clyne, Gavin Higgins and Ravel. New Generation Thinker Islam Issa looks at Shakespeare in 1916 Egypt to Arabic pop songs. In Tune's specially curated playlist including music by Purcell, Haydn and Will Gregory, Mariam Batsahvili - the brilliant young Georgian pianist - live at Wigmore Hall. Tue 4 Jul.Wed 5 Jul.Thu 6 Jul.Fri 7 Jul.Sat 8 Jul. In Tune's curated playlist: an eclectic mix with music by Mozart, John Adams, Tchaikovsky. Mozart's Gran Partita and gems for harp and flute, Latin America: Sunday Breakfast with Martin Handley, Suzy Klein with Essential South American music, Peter Brathwaite, Sakura Variations, Suzy Klein with Gabrieli's Sonata Pian'e Forte, Essential South American music, Kate Romano, Suzy Klein with Tasmin Little, Stravinsky's Apollon Musagete, Essential South American music, Suzy Klein with Essential South American music, Gabriella Swallow, Handel's Ma quando tornerai, Suzy Klein with Nicky Spence, Wieniawski's Etude-Caprice No 2, Essential South American music, Dvorak's Symphony No 7 in Building a Library with Jan Smaczny and Andrew McGregor, Latin America: Sarah Walker with a refreshing musical mix. BBC Radio 3's schedule today and one week ahead. 6/6 Pianist Elisabeth Brauss, live from London's Wigmore Hall. The effects of climate change evoked in words, sounds and a powerful new musical work. Visit us to check Sports, News, Freeview, Freesat, Sky TV, Virgin TV, History, Discovery, TLC, BBC, and more. Download a Program Schedule. Above the radio programmes, with the radio finder, You can switch to other radio, and with the date option, You … 6:00 AM - Climate One. How did the Tango escape its lowly origins to become a world-wide phenomenon? 1/5 Donald Macleod talks to Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho about the collaborative process. Screaming saxophone lines from the Swedish player Anna Högberg’s group Attack. Donald Macleod continues the extraordinary story of Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa. Peter Brathwaite takes us into the world of his Rediscovering #BlackPortraiture project. Cheltenham Music Festival at St David's Hall, Cardiff. BBC Radio 3 has morning programme on every day of the week, from 6:30am to 9am on weekdays with Petroc Trelawny, and from 7am to 9am on weekends with Elizabeth Alker. Martin Handley with Breakfast including a Sounds of the Earth soundscape from Argentina. Handel's Ariodante recorded at the Royal Opera House. Daniel Hyde plays a wide-ranging programme at the organ of King's College, Cambridge. Jan Smaczny recommends his favourite recording of Dvorak's Seventh Symphony. BBC Radio 4 FM Schedule Monday 21 December 2020 Mon 14 Dec Tue 15 Dec Wed 16 Dec Thu 17 Dec ... Ernie Rea explores the place and nature of faith in today's world. Hannah Peel takes us on a late-night journey with music that evokes a sense of belonging. Live from Wigmore Hall in London, music by Beethoven and Bliss. Your home for NPR News and All Things Regional. Moody Radio's Promise. 7:00 AM - On Being. Donald Macleod continues the story of Carlo Gesualdo as he develops his particular style. Classical music for breakfast time, plus found sounds and the odd unclassified track. 5/5 Donald Macleod talks to Kaija Saariaho about her award-winning opera L'amour de loin. With John Shea. Review our electronic program schedules for all Moody Radio stations. Zero-Growth Writing - Experiments in Living. Michael Berkeley’s guest is writer Alexandra Harris. The fascinating story of how migration affected music in the 16th century. The best roots-based music from around the world with Kathryn Tickell. Deep diving into the trail of an Indian guru: Martin Goodman's adventures in life writing. 05:00 - Nick Ferrari at Christmas . 17:00 . From the most private space to office: Matthew Sweet, Tiffany Watt Smith and Fern Riddell. Orchestral music from the BBC Philharmonic. Jim Diamond is leading Britain's conversation. Elizabeth Alker with music that defies classification. Radio Schedule. Yesterday was KooL... but now - it's all about TODAY! BBC Radio 3 - London, UK - Listen to free internet radio, news, sports, music, and podcasts. Paul Higgins and Nicola Ferguson star in Shakespeare's last and perhaps strangest comedy. Find out here. Music and conversation with some of the world's finest musicians. Matthew Sweet with music for transnational film adaptations. Presented by John Shea. Discover classical music and find out more about the best classical composers, musicians and their works. John Shea presents. WHYY-FM can be heard on 90.9 in Philadelphia and in New Jersey on: 90.3 Cape May Court House; 89.9 Manahawkin; 89.7 Atlantic City; 89.3 Bridgeton; and 88.1 Berlin. Live from the Chapel of Clare College, Cambridge. Wherever life takes you, Moody Radio is your trusted voice and friend as we journey together. Donald Macleod talks to Kaija Saariaho about instrumental music, including Laterna Magica. 3/5 Donald Macleod talks to Kaija Saariaho about the role of electronics in her music. A recommendation for Copland's concise, jazzy concerto, plus the best new releases. Vasily Petrenko conducts the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic in Webern, Schubert and Mahler, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra plays Beethoven and Stravinsky. Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, including the Friday poem. You can find here the BBC Radio 4's schedule one week ahead, and the related important information, like the presenters' name and the teasers of the programmes. 2/5 Donald Macleod continues his account of the astonishing life and music of Carlo Gesualdo. Christmas around the World Brass Consort Koln in Christmas music from Italy, Norway and Russia. 2/3 Pianist Víkingur Ólafsson explores the art of musical transcription. A performance of Haydn's Creation from the 2019 BBC Proms. Donald Macleod concludes his account of the unusual life and music of Carlo Gesualdo. Public Radio from Seaside, California. Alasdair Cochrane re-imagines a political world that takes animal rights seriously. Juke Box. Read about our approach to external linking. Elgar and Shostakovich from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales at the Lichfield Festival. Guest presenter Jules Buckley mixes a classical playlist for broadcaster Edith Bowman. Welcome to the evolution of radio in Calgary... 101.5 TODAY RADIO! Refresh your morning with a great selection of classical music. Cheltenham Music Festival at St David's Hall with Ben Goldscheider and Huw Watkins. (R), Penny Gore presents music by Handel from the 2020 Engadin Festival in Switzerland. Clare Walker Gore on what a C19th MP without hands and feet tells us about stereotypes. Donald Macleod looks at the curious life and music of Carlo Gesualdo. Music and conversation with some of the world's finest musicians. The stories that matter, the people that matter, the music that matters, 1/5 Deep diving into the trail of an Indian guru: Martin Goodman's adventures in life writing. VR Vikings, military museums to bakelite - new research into a range of collections. The Spanish colonisation of the Americas depicted by indigenous peoples and the invaders. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Choose a day. Radio Schedule. Live from Wigmore Hall in London, music by Beethoven and Bliss. Member-supported public radio for Southern California. Sunday. 24.12.2020 Thursday. Kammerakademie Potsdam and Marek Janowski perform Beethoven's Missa Solemnis. John Shea presents. Azt követték sorra a magyar előadók is. 06:30 - Breakfast . All of your favourite hosts are here to have awesome conversations with, and we're adding a couple of new faces, Crash and Mars! 1/5 Donald Macleod looks at the curious life and music of Carlo Gesualdo. Why does the image of the forlorn and abandoned poet Thomas Chatterton haunt us today? 1/5 Peter Brathwaite takes us into the world of his Rediscovering #BlackPortraiture project. Jess and classical guitarist Andrey Lebedev swap music from Brahms to Mason Bates. Drama exploring the mythic world of selkie and seal stories. Should biographers imitate their subjects? WNYC is America's most listened-to public radio station and the producer of award-winning programs and podcasts like Radiolab, On the Media, and The Brian Lehrer Show. Award-winning local news and cultural programming alongside the best of NPR. Clarinettist Julian Bliss with pianist Tim Horton play Poulenc, Debussy and Horowitz. An evening showcasing some of the winners of the 2020 RPS Awards. Today; Calendar; BBC Radio 3 Schedule 12 - 18 October 2020 Last Mon 12 Oct Tue 13 Oct Wed 14 Oct Thu 15 Oct Fri 16 Oct Sat 17 Oct Sun 18 Oct Next; 00:00 : 00:00. Pianist Elisabeth Brauss, live from London's Wigmore Hall. Triumphant brass opens and closes another eclectic edition of the In Tune Mixtape. Latin America’s turbulent Colonial history told through its music. Latin jazz records, as requested by Radio 3 listeners. Donald Macleod talks to Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho about the collaborative process. In Tune's specially curated playlist: an eclectic mix of music, including a few surprises. 301 Moved Permanently . Jennifer Lucy Allan with playful brass from Glasgow and doom-metal from Tokyo. Yshani tracks the connections between five pieces from a range of musical genres and eras. Elizabeth Alker with music that defies classification, featuring Hinako Omori and Autechre. BBC NOW and Thomas Kemp play music for alternative forces. 10:00 AM - Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me. Moody Radio is a Christian radio network that helps you take the next step in your journey with Jesus Christ by creating and delivering practical and life-changing content. TV Guide, The UK's No 1 TV guide showing your TV listings in an easy to read grid format. Sarah Walker chooses uplifting music to complement your morning. With Jonathan Swain. An afternoon of orchestral music from the BBC Philharmonic. Showcasing the BBC New Generation Artists: James Newby sings Britten and Schubert. Transcribe, Transform with Vikingur Olafsson. Jess Gillam talks to singer and cellist Ayanna Witter-Johnson about the music they love. Activist Obi Egbuna, Ukrainian director Kira Muratova, Japanese child star Misora Hibari. 3/5 Alasdair Cochrane re-imagines a political world that takes animal rights seriously. 3 - 9 July 2017. Alyn Shipton with jazz records from across the genre, as requested by Radio 3 listeners. Donald Macleod continues his account of the astonishing life and music of Carlo Gesualdo. Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests. Radio schedule. Moody Radio gives you programming in multiple ways—broadcasts, digital apps, streaming Internet stations. Hear a leading musician open up a colourful selection of music from the inside. Jennifer Lucy Allan presents an atmospheric mixtape from artist and musician Ana Roxanne. Listen live to Classic FM online radio. We proclaim the Word to all cultures and generations by addressing today's issues from a biblical worldview. The Fein Line with Joe Wiz: 7:00 a.m. Lopa Kothari with new tracks plus a session with English folk singer Fay Hield. Hear a leading musician open up a colourful selection of music from the inside. 09:00 - Essential Classics . The BBC SSO, American gems and Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto with Isata Kanneh-Mason. The Carducci Quartet, live at Cheltenham Music Festival at St David's Hall in Cardiff. Above the radio programmes, with the radio finder, You can switch to other radio, and with the date option, You can set the starting day of your search. What is syncopation? Stars Stephen Dillane. John Shea presents. Please read the House Rules before contributing for the first time: posting will be taken to indicate that you have read and will abide by the Terms & Conditions. With Tom Service. Hannah French presents more music from the freshest recordings in classical music. From tattoos to massage, pregnancy to posture devices, excavations to emotional outbursts. In Tune's unique playlist with music by Peggy Glanville-Hicks, Torke and a Maori song. Beethoven, live from Bonn. The stories that matter, the people that matter, the music that matters. Opinions expressed on any part of The Radio 3 Forum are those of members of the public, not of the forum administration. BBC National Orchestra of Wales performs Shostakovich with pianist Martin James Bartlett, Wexford Festival 2019: Rossini's Adina and the premiere of Andrew Synnott's The Kitchen, Music by Errollyn Wallen, James B Wilson, Florence Price & Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Matthew Sweet features music for the films of 1968, Live from Canterbury Cathedral. Free-flowing saxophone lines, timbral guitar and double drums from We Bow To No Masters. Highlights from this year’s competition. Follow your favorite ESPN Radio shows and personalities on espnradio.com Schedule shake up for BBC Radio 3 Radio 3 breakfast presenter Rob Cowan is leaving the show to instead front a new-look mid-morning programme, starting in September. Bang on a Can's marathon; Musicians in our time: Rakhi Singh; Covid and schools in England. 4/21 - 8:30 p.m. NBA Rockets at Thunder: G3 Full schedule; 4/22 - 3 p.m. MLB Nationals at Mets Nick Ferrari looks back at the major news moments of the year. 3/5 Donald Macleod continues the story of Carlo Gesualdo as he develops his particular style. Donald Macleod talks to Kaija Saariaho about the role of electronics in her music. Sara Mohr-Pietsch with a magical sonic journey for late-night listening. Thursday - Petroc's classical picks A special Christmas Eve edition of the Radio 3 Breakfast show, with listener requests. LBC Radio - LBC 97.3's schedule today and one week ahead. Refresh your morning with a great selection of classical music. The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim. (R). The Norwegian Radio Orchestra recorded during lockdown. Select a station to find out what time your favourite DJ or show is on air. What's on the radio? John Shea presents. Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 with Lucas Debargue and Joshua Weilerstein. 2/5 Donald Macleod talks to Kaija Saariaho about instrumental music, including Laterna Magica. Get a head start to the week with RJ Samira & RJ Vysakh as they go through their adventures over the weekend from books to songs, movies, all the way [...] 7:00 am View more. Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, including the Friday poem. 07:00 - Steve Allen . Fatma Said in songs from Spain and her Egyptian homeland. Music and discussion exploring the turbulent history of 16th-18th century Latin America. 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