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  1. From David Bowie to Miles Davis to the Proms: what happens to live recordings?

    Denise Black

    Licensing and Synchronisation Executive, BBC Studios

    From David Bowie to Miles Davis to the Proms: what happens to live recordings?

    From Bananarama to Led Zeppelin to The Beatles and everything in between, the BBC owns more than two million music copyrights from performances broadcasted live with a catalogue stretching way back to the 1920s.

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  2. Pioneering sounds and breaking disability barriers: BBC Proms 2018

    David Pickard

    Director, BBC Proms

    Pioneering sounds and breaking disability barriers: BBC Proms 2018

    We have a big focus on women composers, and on living women composers particularly this year, but what we’d forgotten was that within our own midst the BBC Radiophonic Workshop had these extraordinary people who were pioneers, in Daphne Oram and Delia Derbyshire.

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  3. BBC Proms 2018 on TV

    Francesca Kemp

    Executive Producer, BBC Proms

    BBC Proms 2018 on TV

    Executive producer, of BBC Proms Television looks ahead to highlights of the BBC Proms season across BBC TV.

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  4. Introducing BBC Proms 2018

    David Pickard

    Director, BBC Proms

    Introducing BBC Proms 2018

    Director of BBC Proms, David Pickard launches the BBC's classical music festival for 2018

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  5. BBC Proms 2018 on radio

    Alan Davey

    Controller, BBC Radio 3

    BBC Proms 2018 on radio

    Controller Alan Davey looks ahead to the upcoming treats in store for Radio 3 listeners as part of the BBC's classical music festival

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  6. The BBC's first ever 'Relaxed Prom'

    Ellara Wakley

    Senior Learning Manager, BBC Proms

    The BBC's first ever 'Relaxed Prom'

    Ellara Wakley, Senior Learning Manager, BBC Proms introduces the first ever 'Relaxed Prom' and other BBC Learning events at the Proms.

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  7. Summer of Sonic Love: Introducing Radio 3 Concert Sound

    Alan Davey

    Controller, BBC Radio 3

    Summer of Sonic Love: Introducing Radio 3 Concert Sound

    Alan Davey, Controller of BBC Radio 3, introduces Radio 3 in glorious ‘lossless sound’.

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  8. Over 120,000 tickets sold for BBC Proms 2017 concerts

    David Pickard

    Director, BBC Proms

    120,000 tickets have already been sold for the 2017 Proms: a tribute both to the range of work that we present at the Proms, and to the diversity and adventurousness of our audiences.

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  9. 70 years young: Radio 3, still pioneering new music and new ways to enjoy it

    Alan Davey

    Controller, BBC Radio 3

    70 years young: Radio 3, still pioneering new music and new ways to enjoy it

    As Radio 3 celebrates 70 years since it's predecessor, The Third Programme was first broadcast, Controller Alan Davey looks ahead to pioneering ideas for the future on the network.

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  10. What I've learnt from my debut as BBC Proms Director

    David Pickard

    Director, BBC Proms

    What I've learnt from my debut as BBC Proms Director

    David Pickard gives us seven things he's learnt running his first Proms season.

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