Classical music station turns the clock back


Just three days after BBC Radio 3's hidden audience loss was exposed the station has announced a U-turn in its music programming policy. So what's new?

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Pliable said…
Email received:

Meanwhile, across the sea‏ our very own Dutch classical station, Radio 4 is broadcasting live, a performance with music by Xenakis, Cage and Kyriakides performed by Musikfabrik. It would seem not all hope is lost. -- MvdK

http://www.radio4.nl/
Murai said…
Thank you for that Dutch radio link. One can never have too many sources of good music.

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