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Steve Bowbrick

Head of Interactive, Radio 3

Blog posts in total 11

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  1. Steve Bowbrick introduces Radio 3's Ultimate Musical Battle: Wagner vs Verdi. Little Mix vs One Direction. Girls vs boys. And all for Children in Need.

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  2. Radio 3 is trying out a new way to listen to concerts online with friends. It's called 'Concert Club' and you're invited to help us test it.

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  3. Playwright Guy Meredith has conjoured up a meeting between Wagner and Verdi that we're pretty sure never happened.

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  4. Before he became a monster and a myth, Wagner was a young man with a complicated love life

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  5. Free Thinking, Radio 3's annual festival of ideas, is this weekend. It starts on Friday evening with a special In Tune, live from The Sage Gateshead, and the festival goes on all weekend, covering dozens of big issues. The theme this year is 'them and us'. The band of interesting, provocative...

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  6. Chris Wines is the Radio 3 producer responsible for Piano Season on the BBC. He's getting ready to bring down the curtain on this festival of pianos and pianism - SB. Piano Season on the BBC reaches its climax on Monday with a Gala Concert from Cardiff with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales ...

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  7. We've made some big changes to Radio 3 online today - there's a new web site for PC, mobile and tablet and a new mobile app - (free from the Apple app store at launch, other mobile platforms to follow). The new site is part of an effort to bring new consistency to BBC Radio online. All the BB...

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  8. The view from the Chorus - rehearsing in Colston Hall Jon Parker is a member of the BBC Symphony Chorus. He wrote this post during rehearsals for Prom 23, which you can listen to online for the next four days. On Sunday he and the Chorus will be performing Schoenberg's extraordinary Gurrelie...

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  9. We're testing a new homepage for Radio 3. For the next couple of months you'll see a link at the top of every Radio 3 web page. Click it and you'll see a test version of the new homepage (a 'beta' version, as the engineers call it) which will replace the current one later in the year. Try it out...

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