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Tuesday 2 November 2010, 09:09
"I woke up on a high this morning. As well as Liverpool fighting their way out of the relegation zone, I experienced three amazing gigs at the BBC Radio 2 Electric Proms on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Three iconic Radio 2 artists. Three very different, but equally ecstatic, audiences".
Thursday 28 October 2010, 11:53
"You may have heard that we offered an extra high quality (320kbs AAC) online audio stream for the last week of the BBC Proms this year (read about the experiment on the BBC Internet blog). The feedback we received was almost universally good. Listeners really appreciated the richer sound quality which...
Wednesday 27 October 2010, 09:26
This year is the first year that Radio 2 took over sole responsibility for the Electric Proms but the concept remains the same and that is its dedication to creating new moments in music.
Working in partnership with BBC2 we wanted to create a unique music...
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