Catch this if you can

BBC Radio 3's new schedules have taken quite a pasting here. So let's give some praise when it is due. Any programme that mixes Takemitsu, Bach, Honegger, Ligeti, Schubert and Eisler gets my vote. Listen to two hours of pianist Iain Burnside delivering an increasingly rare commodity, intelligent radio, via Listen Again, until 4th March.

And more praise for my alma mater via this link.
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