Good Listening


Season 3 Episode 7

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Countries and continents merge in this episode of Good Listening as Chinese pianist Moye Chen casts light over the music of Rachmaninov, Horowitz and Grainger.

Season 3 Episode 6

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'There’s no place like home' - that familiar expression finds voice in Greta Bradman’s new album, 'Home', featured in this episode.

Season 3 Episode 5

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Good Listening travels to the Middle East for this episode, presenting an Iranian cellist playing Schubert and a Syrian refugee violinist who braved trauma to find a haven in musical spheres.

Season 3 Episode 4

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Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight’ Sonata has a new visionary in Murray Perahia, Lisa Batiashvili tackles Prokofiev and we remember Johann Johannsson, in this episode of Good Listening.

Season 3 Episode 3

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In this episode of Good Listening, Cyrus Meher-Homji explores how great melodies can come from anywhere – doomed heroes, tree-worship, whistling gardeners, or even reggae given a makeover by the cello.

Season 3 Episode 2

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Presented by Cyrus Meher-Homji, Good Listening is a series focusing on all that’s buzzing in the recorded world of classical music as well as new trends in the business of classical music.

Season 3 Episode 1

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Three divas grace this episode of Good Listening: actress Miriam Margolyes, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter and mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli.
Episodes 2017

Season 2 Episode 12

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From the oldest known choir in history, that of the Sistine Chapel, to the best-selling classical boyband, Sol3 Mio, this episode of Good Listening has a seasonal flavour.

Season 2 Episode 11

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The 'main course' on a recording is great, but what about the accompaniments, the 'side dishes'? Cyrus Meher-Homji explores the art of the coupling, and there’s also Gregory Porter’s soulful tribute to Nat King Cole.

Season 2 Episode 10

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Benny Andersson of ABBA makes an album for Deutsche Grammophon, Aled Jones reimagines his greatest hit, and meet a trio of pianists from Australia, Russia and Sweden. Presented by Cyrus Meher-Homji.