BBC Radio 3
yesterday at 19:03. Facebook
The writer of A Clockwork Orange was born 100 years ago.

Five writers explore the remarkable life of polymath writer Anthony Burgess
BBC Radio 3
yesterday at 17:19. Facebook
"There is no greater organising force than fear": Actor Rory Kinnear on his first directing gig.

Tom Service talks to the creators of a new Shakespearen opera
BBC Radio 3
yesterday at 17:12. Facebook
David Greilsammer plays Scarlatti on the piano, and Cage on prepared piano at Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall Mondays: David Greilsammer, Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
BBC Radio 3
yesterday at 15:50. Facebook
Samira Ahmed investigates a very Victorian vision of female liberation.

John Ruskin's Eurhythmic Girls
BBC Radio 3
yesterday at 14:14. Facebook
A new recording of Richard Strauss' tone poem Ein Heldenleben – "A Hero's Life" – takes pride of place on Record Review this week.

Disc of the Week: A Hero of a disc from Tokyo
BBC Radio 3
yesterday at 11:40. Facebook
It seems almost impossible to hear the name Charles Ives without the word 'maverick' somewhere in the sentence...

Building a Library: Ives's Second Symphony
BBC Radio 3
yesterday at 11:01. Facebook
Your man Nigel Kennedy in the mix

Nigels' Late Junction Mixtape
BBC Radio 3
02/26/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
In these parts Shrove Tuesday is all about pancakes, while in southern climes, the streets vibrate to the heady pulse of carnival.

Geoffrey Smith's Jazz celebrates the music of Mardi Gras in New Orleans
BBC Radio 3
02/26/2017 at 15:41. Facebook
The Philharmonia Orchestra perform a recently discovered work by the young Igor Stravinsky.

A Stravinksy premiere for 2017
BBC Radio 3
02/26/2017 at 15:06. Facebook
"I'm a huge Anthony Burgess fan," says Christopher Eccleston, ahead of tonight's broadcast of Oedipus the King. Hear what he has to say...

Christopher Eccleston finds common linguistic rhythms in shared roots with the author
BBC Radio 3
02/26/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
"I amplified small sounds on an apple box and I used the bathtub for reverberation."

Archive interview with Pauline Oliveros
BBC Radio 3
02/26/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Julian Joseph presents concert highlights from the American vibes maestro Joe Locke recorded on the #JazzLineUp stage at Glasgow Jazz Festival.

Joe Locke Quartet, Jazz Line-Up - BBC Radio 3
BBC Radio 3
02/26/2017 at 09:27. Facebook
"Puerile" – "abominable burlesque" – "disturbing, perverted and dangerous".

Is this the most dangerous tune ever written?
BBC Radio 3
02/25/2017 at 19:37. Facebook
"Burgess takes the material like pastry and bakes it into a different cake." Hear Fiona Shaw talk about Anthony Burgess's Oedipus the King. She's starring with Christopher Eccleston in Sunday's broadcast of the play...

Fiona Shaw on Burgess's Oedipus and her ambiguous character, the blind prophet Tiresias
BBC Radio 3
02/25/2017 at 18:19. Facebook
Engineering, art, rebellion (and the invention of tourism).

How the Eiffel Tower changed France
BBC Radio 3
02/25/2017 at 15:31. Facebook
Oedipus had to solve the Riddle of the Sphinx or end up as the beast's dinner... And how did Indiana Jones choose the right Grail?

Can you solve six great riddles from history, literature, music and film?
BBC Radio 3
02/25/2017 at 12:02. Facebook
Tom Service demonstrates the musical techniques composers have used to terrify us since the 1950s.

How the Doctor Who theme reveals our deepest fears about space
BBC Radio 3
02/25/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
It's startling, humbling, even a little threatening.

This is what a glacier on the move sounds like
BBC Radio 3
02/24/2017 at 18:06. Facebook
What would Nigel Kennedy like you to listen to? Answer: Jean-Luc Ponty, Yehudi Menuhin, Stéphane Grappelli, Arash Safaian & Sebastian Knauer's ÜberBach, and the Commodores. And that's just for starters.

Take a moment from the pressures of the outside world, with Nigel Kennedy's Late Junction Mixtape