Tagged with: Proms

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  1. Licensing and Synchronisation Executive, BBC Studios

    From David Bowie to Miles Davis to the Proms: what happens to live recordings?

    From Bananarama to Led Zeppelin to The Beatles and everything in between, the BBC owns more than two million music copyrights from performances broadcasted live with a catalogue stretching way back to the 1920s.

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  2. Director, BBC Proms

    Pioneering sounds and breaking disability barriers: BBC Proms 2018

    We have a big focus on women composers, and on living women composers particularly this year, but what we’d forgotten was that within our own midst the BBC Radiophonic Workshop had these extraordinary people who were pioneers, in Daphne Oram and Delia Derbyshire.

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  3. Controller, BBC Radio 3

    Introducing BBC Proms 2015

    Controller of Radio 3, the Proms and the BBC's performing groups, Alan Davey updates us on his first 100 days in the job and introduces the summer-long season of concerts.

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  4. Marketing Officer, BBC London Performing Groups

    Victoria Peet explains how a virtual choir is set to make the Last Night of the Proms, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

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  5. Editor, About the BBC Blog

    Jon Jacob attended the photo shoot for the 2014 BBC Proms season and spoke to Radio 3 Controller and Proms Director Roger Wright about his time as Director and how he felt about leaving the organisation. He also saw a horse, kind of.

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  6. New job, first day, first meeting with the boss, first item on the agenda: 'Proms database'. The need to complete this project became more apparent the further we got into it. We all know how easy it is to find out facts about other major events: if you need to know how many matches in the Third ...

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