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Journeys in music, ancient to future. The home for adventurous listeners
A mix of contemporary classical, electronica, ambient and acoustic music
The best concerts from across the UK and Europe. Available to listen online for 30 days
Journey from Seville to London
An eclectic mix featuring classical favourites, lesser-known gems and a few surprises.
Yaritza Véliz, Patrick Terry, Ronnie Scott's All Stars
Top-class live music from some of the world's finest musicians.
Duparc and Mozart from James Newby and Aleksey Semenenko
New Generation Artists - a BBC scheme to nurture exceptional young talent
Fuinn, còisirean agus òrain bho shaoghal ceòl clasaigeach agus eile. Le Iain Moireach.
Radio nan Gàidheal
Long-running programme presenting live broadcasts of Evensong from around the country
BBC National Orchestra of Wales: Gershwin and Elgar
Unique performances with BBC Orchestras, Choirs and other great orchestras
Welsh folk and piano trios
Interviews with guests from the world of music and the arts.
Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Series: Schubert's Octet
Live and recorded concerts from all over the UK. Includes the Wigmore chamber music series
James MacMillan (b 1959)
A zoo, a lament and a protest
Donald Macleod offers a weekly guide to composers and their music.
Rachmaninov's The Bells, The Pankhurst Anthem, Dame Emma Kirkby
Refresh your morning with a great selection of classical music
Wednesday - Petroc's classical picks
Radio 3's breakfast show
L'enfance du Christ
Continuous broadcast of concert music and opera, recorded from locations throughout Europe
Strauss: Four Last Songs
An edited version of the regular Building a Library slot.
Clemmie Burton-Hill mixes classical playlists for music-loving guests.
Colin Currie hand picks some of the greatest percussion music of the past 100 years.
Jamie MacDougall plays the iconic classical music that's the soundtrack to our lives.
La nascita dell'opera (The birth of opera)
Performances of early music
Phillip Hunt presents the brass band music programme.
A journey of discovery, weaving music with poetry and prose read by leading actors.
What does ancient history really sound like?
An odyssey through the musical universe, presented by Tom Service
Ulster Orchestra in concert from the Ulster Hall
John Toal with a mix of popular classical music, news, reviews and interviews.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch with an irresistible mix of music and singing.
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