12:30am - 6:30am
Select a day from the schedule
Sunday - Martin Handley
Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
Sunday Morning :
Rob Cowan introduces classic recordings by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears.
Private Passions :
Michael Berkeley's guest is historian, biographer and critic Lucy Hughes-Hallett.
The Early Music Show :
Tous Les Matins du Monde
Lucie Skeaping considers the film 'Tous Les Matins du Monde'.
Sunday Concert :
Britten 100: Oxford Bach Choir - Poulenc, Britten
Nicholas Cleobury conducts the Oxford Bach Choir and ECO in music by Britten and Poulenc.
Choral Evensong :
Archive Broadcast from Bramdean School Exeter
An archive broadcast from the Chapel of Bramdean School, Exeter.
The Choir :
Gondwana Voices and Let The Peoples Sing
Two more British entries to the 2013 Let the Peoples Sing competition.
Words and Music :
Texts and music on the theme of metamorphosis. Readers: Meera Syal and Harry Hadden-Paton.
Thomas Dixon explores the history of weeping as an aesthetic response to works of art.
Drama on 3 :
Britten 100: Billy Budd - These Buttons We Wear
The story of Billy Budd and the mutinous author who wrote this controversial novella.
World Routes - World Routes Academy :
1. World Routes Academy Launch 2013
Lucy Duran launches the 2013 World Routes Academy from the BBC Radio Theatre in London.
Jazz Line-Up :
Chick Corea in Concert
Julian Joseph presents a performance given by Chick Corea at the 2012 London Jazz Festival
Through the Night :
Violinist Veronika Eberle and pianist Francesco Piemontesi perform Mozart and Brahms.
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