Radio 3 is a radio network owned by BBC and specialized on classical music, opera... and promoting young talents.
About BBC Radio 3
BBC radio three is a radio network which is owned and operated by the British broadcasting Corporation. The channel first began in September of 1967 and today it has captured a 1.2% audience share across the United Kingdom. Most of the items appearing on BBC three include Opera, world music, cultural programs, the arts and some jazz. The station considers itself to be one of the most significant promoters of brand-new music and there are a number of different artists on the radio station that the company has promoted from across the world. They regularly feature young artists as well as new artists on their platform in world music, jazz, orchestras and more. Drama is a small part of the programming but the BBC has commissioned several long-running series which all take place across the BBC's reprogramming.
More information about BBC 3 radio station
BBC three can be found on DFM band 90.2 as well as DAB 12 B, free view 703, Sky 0103, Virgin media 903, Virgin media Ireland 909 and online via several streaming sources. Some of the more notable programs available on the BBC three include record review, Pied Piper, live in concert series, choral evening song, composer of the week and more. Notable presenters include Nick Luscomb, Carla Bley, Alyn Shipton, Rob Cowan, Petroc Trelawny and more. Radio three has an extensive website featuring online schedules, rehash of various events as well as a radio feature where you can stream the channel online. There are also a number of contests, live recordings and podcasts available on the website too.
Most of the extra news and the ability to play the channel on a smart phone can be accessed through the BBC Iplayer app which is available for download on android and IOS devices. BBC radio three remains one of the main sources of Jazz, culture and new music from around the world to a UK audience base.
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