60th ANNIVERSARY SOUND STORIES
Patricia Hughes caught on the hop. Listen to her story.
Listen to Tasmin Little revealing the early influence the Third Programme has had on her musical tastes.
Listen to Bernard Haitink revealing a musical secret passion.
Listen to Judith Bingham on the breakfast habits of the Binghams.
Peter Donohoe - pianist
Listen to Peter Donohoe who always had the ambition to appear on Radio 3.
Listen to Ian Gordon who shares the Third Programme's birthday.
Listen to Mike Westbrook's memories of 'Big Band Rossini' at the Proms.
Listen to Michael Zev Gordon's memories of the Third Programme which he sees as a backcloth to this life.
"Music for me is only in the foreground. When I turn it on, I want to listen"
It was listening to the Mozart Clarinet Concerto at the Proms on my transistor radio that inspired me to play.
Listening to the radio has bought back to me memories of performances from when I was a child before the Second World War.
"I sat cross legged on the floor under the grand piano with a wonderful panorama of orchestral legs."
I think radio is quite an unconscious mediurm, you are solitary in some way even when there are other people in the room.
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