How to enjoy the Proms from outside the UK
If you live outside the UK and aren't able to attend the Proms in person you can still listen to broadcasts, watch clips and read all about the Proms right here on the BBC Proms website and on the World Service.
On Radio 3
Nearly every Prom is broadcast live on Radio 3, the home of classical music on the BBC, and is available online from bbc.co.uk. As well as the concerts, Radio 3 broadcasts many informative and entertaining pre-concert talks during the live concert interval as part of Radio 3's broadcast of the concert.
Radio 3 broadcasts throughout the year programmes like Composer of the Week and The Listening Service which are rich sources of discovery if you want to find out more about the music and composers you love.
Downloads related to some of the music programming featured in this year's Proms are available online:
The Listening Service podcast – wide-ranging, entertaining, musically-illustrated talks relating to this year’s Proms season
Arts & Ideas podcast – features many of the Proms interval talks with prominent thinkers, musicians and artists on themes relating to the concerts
Broadcast schedule of Proms programmes on BBC World Service
This information will be published once confirmed closer to the start of the 2019 Proms season in mid-July.
Some video will be available for our international audience including montages, short clips as well as some pieces on our BBC Music YouTube channel.
The BBC Proms website is the home of all things Proms, including; special features, quizzes and spectacular photography.