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An evening showcasing some of the winners of the 2020 RPS Awards. 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. Juke Box. Sara Mohr-Pietsch with an adventurous, immersive soundtrack for late-night listening. Moody Radio's Promise. 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. Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 with Lucas Debargue and Joshua Weilerstein. Also Sprach Zarathustra performed by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Donald Macleod continues the story of Carlo Gesualdo as he develops his particular style. 6/6 Pianist Elisabeth Brauss, live from London's Wigmore Hall. PROGRAM SCHEDULE Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 12am – 1am The Schnitt Show The Schnitt Show is a conservative radio talk show. 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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. 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. Welcome to the evolution of radio in Calgary... 101.5 TODAY RADIO! 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. Discover classical music and find out more about the best classical composers, musicians and their works. From the most private space to office: Matthew Sweet, Tiffany Watt Smith and Fern Riddell. The Carducci Quartet, live at Cheltenham Music Festival at St David's Hall in Cardiff. Sara Mohr-Pietsch with a magical sonic journey for late-night listening. Read about our approach to external linking. 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. Beethoven Christ on the Mount of Olives and Piano Concerto No 4. From tattoos to massage, pregnancy to posture devices, excavations to emotional outbursts. John Shea presents. 4/5 Donald Macleod finds out why Kaija Saariaho loves writing vocal music. Deep diving into the trail of an Indian guru: Martin Goodman's adventures in life writing. Kate Molleson presents the latest in new music performance. 7:00 AM - On Being. Russian orchestra Musica Viva in concert playing Mozart, Vivaldi and Grieg. Concerts from Europe and around the world: the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. Alasdair Cochrane re-imagines a political world that takes animal rights seriously. Plus Sheila Maurice-Grey’s inspirations. 4/5 Donald Macleod continues the extraordinary story of Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa. 05:00 - Nick Ferrari at Christmas . Refresh your morning with a great selection of classical music. Donald Macleod talks to Kaija Saariaho about instrumental music, including Laterna Magica. BBC Radio 3's schedule today and one week ahead. Kammerakademie Potsdam and Marek Janowski perform Beethoven's Missa Solemnis. Above the radio programmes, with the radio finder, You can switch to other radio, and with the date option, You … Tom McKinney introduces performances from Capella de la Torre. 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. Peter Brathwaite takes us into the world of his Rediscovering #BlackPortraiture project. The Spanish colonisation of the Americas depicted by indigenous peoples and the invaders. You're a part of something pretty big... we've evolved and now we're TODAY RADIO! Whitacre's Deep Field and Mahler's vision of heaven - Symphony No 4. With John Shea. Socially distanced concerts from March 2020 by the NRO's brass and winds. Stars Stephen Dillane. Plus 100,000 AM/FM radio stations featuring music, news, and … What is syncopation? In Tune's specially curated playlist: an eclectic mix of music, including a few surprises. Take your ears on a binaural summer holiday through the Mallorcan town of Soller. Stream live CNN, FOX News Radio, and MSNBC. Listen live to Classic FM online radio. Daniel Hyde plays a wide-ranging programme at the organ of King's College, Cambridge. WITF FM Harrisburg 89.5, Lancaster 99.9 & WYPM 93.3 in Chambersburg. Tune in to the world's biggest sports radio station - Live Premier League football coverage, breaking sports news, transfer rumours & exclusive interviews. Refresh your morning with a great selection of classical music. The stories that matter, the people that matter, the music that matters. Award-winning local news and cultural programming alongside the best of NPR. 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. Hannah French presents more music from the freshest recordings in classical music. With John Shea. John Shea presents. 301 Moved Permanently . With Jonathan Swain. 5/5 New Generation Thinker Islam Issa looks at Shakespeare in 1916 Egypt to Arabic pop songs. 10:00 AM - Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me. 2/5 Would Byron have embraced twitter? Why does the image of the forlorn and abandoned poet Thomas Chatterton haunt us today? (R), Penny Gore presents music by Handel from the 2020 Engadin Festival in Switzerland. The document has been permanently moved. 6:00 AM - Climate One. Matthew Sweet with music for transnational film adaptations. 2/5 Donald Macleod talks to Kaija Saariaho about instrumental music, including Laterna Magica. A performance of Haydn's Creation from the 2019 BBC Proms. Politician and Pioneer: Writing the Life of Arthur Kavanagh. Jess Gillam talks to singer and cellist Ayanna Witter-Johnson about the music they love. Paul Higgins and Nicola Ferguson star in Shakespeare's last and perhaps strangest comedy. 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. 3/5 Alasdair Cochrane re-imagines a political world that takes animal rights seriously. Alyn Shipton with jazz records from across the genre, as requested by Radio 3 listeners. Elgar and Shostakovich from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales at the Lichfield Festival. Lopa Kothari with new tracks plus a session with English folk singer Fay Hield. John Shea presents. 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