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BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Jeremy Nicholas with music, news, interviews and events in the arts world, including the reopening of the recently refurbished Wigmore Hall. Producer Hugh Warwick
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Judith Roles
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Patrick Lambert
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Patrick Lambert
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Sarah Devonald
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

with Jeremy Nicholas.
Music, news, interviews and a look at what's on in the arts world.
Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Jeremy Nicholas with music, news and interviews and a look forward to the weekend.
Producer Svend Brown
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

Presented by Jeremy Nicholas.
Producer Sarah Devonald
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

Jeremy Nicholas presents a selection of recordings by Spanish artists. Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news and arts events with Jeremy Nicholas , whose guest is the cellist Ralph Kirshbaum.
Producer Hugh Warwick
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news and arts reports with Jeremy Nicholas.
Producer Hugh Warwick
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news and arts reports with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news and arts events with Jeremy Nicholas , whose guest is violinist
Frank Peter Zimmermann. Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news and arts reports with Jeremy Nicholas.
Producer Tim Thorne
7.30pm 1968 SEASON An evening of music from America introduced by Richard Bernas.
7.40 Carter
Concerto for Orchestra London Sinfonietta/ Oliver Knussen
8.05 Wuorinen String Trio Speculum Musicae
8.25 Robert Fraser Gallery
Susan Loppert presents a portrait of Robert Fraser and his gallery, which was seen as a link between the disparate worlds of pop art and pop music.
Producer Myfanwy Vickers
8.45 A selection of music from the fringes of the American music scene.
9.10 Lukas Foss
Paradigm
Ensemble/The Composer
9.30 Strange Brew
Dick Witts replays the soundtrack of the 68 counterculture and explores the relationship between music and events on the streets. Contributors include Phil Lesh , John Paul Jones ,
Wayne Kramer , Robert Wyatt , Pauline Oliveros , Philip
Glass, David Bedford, Tim Souster. La Monte Young and Carolee Schneemann.
10.20 George Crumb Echoes of "Time and the River"
Louisville Orchestra/Jorge Mester. Discs
Producer Alan Hall
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news, arts events and interviews, presented by Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Tim Thome
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news, interviews and arts events with Jeremy Nicholas.
Producer Anthony Cheevers
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Alan Hall
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news and arts news with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Andrew Mussett
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Music, news and arts news with Jeremy Nicholas. Producer Andrew Mussett






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