Ways to enjoy the Proms
Don't miss a thing with these 8 ways to watch, listen and immerse yourself in all things Proms.
Selected Proms are filmed and broadcast on BBC Two and BBC Four and available on BBC iPlayer and the Proms website.
The Proms magazine programme, Proms Extra returns on Saturday evenings on BBC Two during the season.
Radio 3 is the home of the BBC Proms and every Prom is broadcast live on Radio 3 and is available on iPlayer Radio and on the Proms website.
3. Download, take-away, catch-up
You can take any Prom with you and listen anytime by downloading it from Radio 3 in the iPlayer Radio app. Search for iPlayer Radio in your favourite app store on your tablet or mobile.
You can download televised Proms from iPlayer in your web browser or from the iPlayer app.
Re-live your favourite moments from the Proms with audio and video highlights on the BBC Proms website for 30 days after broadcast.
- Enjoy insightful features with audio and video and wits-pitting musical quizzes
- The Listening Service podcast, hosted by Tom Service, covers selected aspects of music you can hear at the BBC Proms, with entertaining and in-depth content.
Look on the individual concert pages of the Proms website:
- to gain expert insight into the music and composers of the Proms with links to relevant authoritative and entertaining programmes.
- to listen to interval programmes which often consist of a talk or mini-feature about the music in the concert.
Preview much of the music programmed for the Proms season with a playlist you can stream in your favourite music service.
Search by conductor, soloist or work by clicking the 'Search composer or artist' link near the top of every Proms page.
Proms concerts and events are organised by category to help you quickly find events of interest, for example Family friendly events, matinees or free events.
7. Get Social
8. Go to the Proms!