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The violinist introduces an exclusive and eclectic mixtape of his favourite tracks.
It's essential for life: so much more than the ground beneath our feet. But what IS it?
The Philharmonia perform a recently rediscovered piece by the young Igor Stravinsky.
The Listening Service interrogates the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony: Ode to Joy.
Vladimir Jurowski directs a concert live from London's Royal Festival Hall.
The author reads a gruesome little extract from his new book, Norse Mythology.
Jazz Now presents a performance by Alexandra Ridout recorded live in Glasgow.
We broadcast more live and specially-recorded concerts and opera than any other station.
Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts the Philharmonia in music by Stravinsky, Ligeti and Ravel.
Verity Sharp hosts an experimental gig from Fuse Art Space Bradford.
Ilan Volkov conducts the BBC SSO in Edmund Finnis, Rachmaninov and Rimsky-Korsakov.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra performs music by Edison Denisov, Berg and Shostakovich.
The BBC Singers and St James's Baroque perform Mozart's Litaniae and Requiem.
Music by Haydn, Shostakovich, Duparc and Sgambati from the 2016 Vilabertran Schubertiade.
Elim Chan conducts the RSNO in music by Tchaikovsky, Beethoven and Rachmaninov.
Enjoy a selection of the very best music and performances from Radio 3's live concerts.
With the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen.
With Steven Osborne (piano) and the BBC SSO conducted by Ilan Volkov.
With James Norrey (org) and the Choir of Rochester Cathedral conducted by Scott Farrell.
With St.James's Baroque conducted by David Hill. Recorded live at Milton Court.
With Jean-Efflam Bavouzet and the BBC SSO conducted by Martyn Brabbins.
With the Ulster Orchestra conducted by Yan Pascal Tortelier.
With Sir John Tomlinson (bass) and Andy Smith (piano). Live on In Tune.
Creativity, performance, debate
Christopher Eccleston as Oedipus in Anthony Burgess's adaptation of this great tragedy.
Philip Dodd considers the importance of 'play' in the way our city centres are designed.
Anne McElvoy hears from cartoonists and curators about creating memorable images.
Matthew Sweet explores music, art and drama in Hull, the city where he grew up.
Neil Gaiman talks Norse myths with Rana Mitter. And a look at the ugly side of Valentines
Ian McMillan and guests examine the language of persuasion.
Stuart Kelly addresses the philosophy of Martin Heidegger and his Scottish translator.
Electrifying Jazz and World music.
Kathryn Tickell presents new music from around the world, plus a live session from Kefaya.
Violinist Nigel Kennedy introduces an exclusive mixtape of his favourite tracks.
Soweto Kinch presents a complete performance of Kenny Wheeler's Sweet Sister Suite.
Geoffrey picks highlights from saxophonist Stan Getz's extraordinary career.
A solo performance by singer and pianist Ian Shaw from the 2016 Gateshead Jazz Festival.
Alyn Shipton presents a selection of listeners' jazz requests, including music by EST.
Kathryn Tickell presents new world music, plus music from Shanghai's Festival on the Green
Meet the latest intake of Radio 3 New Generation Artists, just announced.
Booking is now open for the Free Thinking Festival 2017: March 17-19 at Sage Gateshead.
Find resources and contacts for composers from within the classical music industry.
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